Special Operations For America partners with FAS Lane Racing’s #32 Sprint Cup car for BrickYard 400
SUPER PAC joins the number 32 Car in the Sprint cup Series as Part of Their Public Awareness and Education Drive
For Immediate Release
July 27, 2012
Special Operations for America (SOFA) will sponsor FAS Lane racing’s, Sprint Cup car #32, a Ford driven by Kenny Schrader, in the NASCAR Sprint Cup series race this Sunday, July 29, at the Indianapolis International Raceway. The Special Operations for America name and logo will appear on the Ford’s hood and rear quarter panels, along with the web site information and the message: “Join The Battle.”
Former Navy SEAL and Republican Montana State Sen. Ryan Zinke has launched a political action committee, Special Operations For America. The central goal is to advocate for the election of Mitt Romney and other candidates who want to bring true leadership back to Washington along with an enduring belief in American Exceptionalism.
SOFA says it wants “leadership that does not apologize and bow to the world for America’s greatness or politicize military operations for political gain.”
The BrickYard 400 will be the start of a nationwide “Join the Battle” campaign by SOFA in reaching the hard working American voters prior to the November election. “We’re proud to be part of NASCAR and this opportunity to reach millions of voters who share our time-honored, conservative values,” said Zinke. “This is the type of grassroots effort that is needed in order to elect leaders who will restore America to its founding principles.”
SoForAmerica.org makes it clear just what the goal is.
As Sen. Zinke has said, “It’s time to stop negotiating away our freedoms and our ability to win on the battlefield. … It is a call of duty to take back America from a commander in chief that is incapable of understanding the sacrifices that have been made for the values that have made America great.The active duty military has no voice as they are forbidden to publicly engage in the political campaign process, and it is career suicide for senior military leaders to speak out against the president.”
Sen. Zinke—who was two-time member of the elite SEAL Team Six—says the current administration “has failed and he is jeopardizing the safety of our troops, their families and our national security for political gain.” The retired Navy commander also criticizes the president for allegedly exposing the identity of some U.S. commandos and leaking classified information. Sen. Zinke also questions the Obama administration’s proposal to raise some military health care fees.
Special Operations for America is also partnered with Veterans for a Strong America and Afghanistan and Iraq Vets for Congress. Former Nevada Governor Jim Gibbons (USAF) and Former US Senator from Montana Conrad Burns (USMC) and other leaders of distinction serve as Senior Advisors.