In Photos: The How to Take Back America Conference
Here are some photos from the two-day conservative conference.
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Phyllis Schlafly, president of the Eagle Forum, poses for photos. In the background: Rep. Trent Franks (R-Ariz.)
This is the heavily-decorated car of Lynda Farley, a Kentucky activist who proudly showed off the designs to other attendees. The poisonous effects of smoking, she said, are “a hoax, just like global warming.”
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The top of Farley’s car.
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Cynthia Davis, a conservative Republican state representative in Missouri, consults her Constitution to make a point about Barack Obama’s ineligibility for the presidency.
The Blackstone Institute’s booth.
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The golden wrench that Rep. Steve King (R-Iowa) and Rep. Tom Price (R-Iowa) presented to Joe the Plumber. It’s dark, but the books at Joe’s place setting are “What American Needs to Know About the Quran” by William Federer and “The 5000 Year Leap” by W. Cleon Skousen.
“Microman USA,” one of the books Joe has endorsed.
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Joe, a fan, and Mike Huckabee.
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The event’s big screen, which displayed text messages sent to a central address, right after Huckabee’s speech.