Number One Political Street Theater Star Dies(Falls Church, Va.) Members and staff expressed the loss of a key leader in a statement sent yesterday and released by the President of Public Advocate, Eugene Delgaudio today, Feb. 5.
Delgaudio said, in part,
"Jack Clayton, a longtime conservative leader and the star in 100 Public Advocate theatrical productions, Free Congress coalition meetings, the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) and other conservative policy forums , passed away on Wednesday, Feb. 4 at age 64. Clayton was born November 20, 1939 in Smith Station, Alabama. The cause of death was a massive heart attack.
Here are some online photos from conservative street theater featuring Jack Clayton
Jack Clayton in the Defend the Marriage Squad: http://publicadvocateusa.org/photogallery/gallery.php?id=30
Jack Clayton as top cop in the Thought Control Police: http://publicadvocateusa.org/photogallery/gallery.php?id=14 and http://publicadvocateusa.org/photogallery/gallery.php?id=13
Jack Clayton as Abraham Lincoln at the Lincoln Memorial: http://publicadvocateusa.org/photogallery/gallery.php?id=11
Jack Clayton as a Buddist Monk for Al Gore: http://publicadvocateusa.org/photogallery/gallery.php?id=6
From 1997 to 2001, Jack Clayton helped lead anti-Clinton or anti-liberal efforts at the Citizens Investigative Commission.
Featured on this Home page as a report his visit to Senator Tom Daschle. The picture is a news conference scene from when Jack led a humourous protest of the Senate Foreign Service Committee during a confirmation hearing on Canadian Ambassador Paul Celluci.
CIC Spokesman Clayton Wins Senator Helms Over (April 9. 2001): http://conservativeaction.org/events.php3?nameid=cellucci
Jack Clayton Visits Congress To Defend the Internet (2000): http://conservativeaction.org/events.php3?article=2000/fec
Jack Clayton Stars in the Haunting of the Clinton White House at Halloween (1998): http://conservativeaction.org/events.php3?article=1998/haunting
Jack Clayton helps explain the "Monica Effect" on Capitol Hill (1998): http://conservativeaction.org/events.php3?article=1998/monica_effect
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