Digger's Realm is proud to be an Official Sponsor of the Phoenix Rising Rally
being held June 5, 2010 in Phoenix, Arizona! This is looking to be the largest rally in support of the rule of law and for enforcement of our immigration laws in this country's history.
As you all know Arizona is facing boycotts and has seen rioting after Governor Jan Brewer signed into law the toughest state law cracking down on illegal aliens. The illegal aliens and their supporters have been rallying in Phoenix, but now it is our turn to have our say!
Now is the time for us to stand up. Now is the time to say enough is enough - as one
The list of speakers is impressive and is still growing. Current speakers include: Sheriff Joe Arpaio, Tom Tancredo, State Senator Russell Pearce, JD Hayworth, Terry Anderson, Alan Keyes, Ted Hayes, Col Al Rodriguez, Bill Montgomery, Peter Gadiel, Chelene Nightingale, Al Garza, Jeff Schwilk, Michelle Dellacroce and all emceed by talk show host Mike Broomhead of KFYI.
Other Official Sponsors include NumbersUSA, Team America PAC and Tea Party Nation!
Sheriff Joe Arpaio
One of many to speak at Phoenix Rising
Thousands are expected to attend and the word is spreading fast. People from as far away as Maryland and Pennsylvania have confirmed their attendance so far and hundreds are coming from neighboring states like California and Texas.
If you have wanted to stand with Arizona and are fed up with our laws being ignored then come join the rally and let us put an end to illegal immigration in one fell swoop!
We want to show lawmakers in other states that they need not be afraid at introducing and passing their own laws like SB1070 and in the process we want to make up for any minor losses that Arizona may have been dealt from boycotts. Shop Arizona!
So join us June 5, 2010. Time, location, speaker's list and directions can all be found at the Official Phoenix Rising Rally website.
If you can't attend, please spread the word. If you can attend, we're glad to have you on board!
Illegal Aliens and supporters riot in Phoenix after the signing of SB1070