Press Release Wednesday March 2, 2011.
Victorious in Libya, Qaddafi to run for Mayor of Seattle
The director of Midstream Republicans of Washington announced this morning that Muammar Qaddafi will not step down as Libyan leader, but will prevail and that following the defeat of anti-government extremists in Libya, will relocate to the State of Washington and begin a campaign for Mayor of the City of Seattle.
“Muammar will run as a Midstream Republican and represents the midstream ideals the people of Seattle already believe in, that government has the Constitutional right to provide Choice, Security, and Fairness to the people and he’s looking forward to doing exactly that,” said Midstream’s Doris Grupa.
“Seattle is among the elite of American cities in being willing to make the sacrifices of legalistic rights necessary to achieve these goals. Seattleites recognize the need for a constantly increasing tax base and decreasing use of energy, limiting political expression, and submitting their children to the government’s educational authority,” she continued. “Seattle understands, as did the people of Libya, that government must have the latitude to instill in its people the ideals necessary for the success of the society (government), the control of businesses necessary for fairness and the choice necessary for the health of its youth.”
Grupa would not put a date on Qaddafi’s expected relocation, but said she was already making plans for the Colonel’s political campaign.
In addition to being Executive Director of Midstream Republicans of Washington, Grupa has been an outspoken supporter of Dan Evans, Slade Gorton, Dino Rossi, Luke Esser and Rob McKenna.