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Tea Party Patriots Bringing the Conscience of America to Washington DC

In my opinion until they get rid of the Progressives like Michael Steel in the Republican Party nothing will change. Let's face it they are the reason the Tea Party Groups formed. We are looking for strong conservatives who believe in our platform. We don't need any conservatives Rhino's who claim to be conservative in name only. The RNC needs a shake-up.

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Comment by Ron Brahin on July 3, 2010 at 9:59pm
Before the RNC had it's present website they actually advertised they were Progressive and a funny thing happened after I complained, it was revamped. Michael steel is also a reactionary, he has very few original thoughts except possibly when he was writing his book, instead of representing Republicans. I changed my status from Republican to Independent last year. In Virginia you don't have the option of selecting conservative. All of the Bush's, the Clintons, Obama are Progressive. This is not an accident, it was planned many years ago when they took over the parties, so whomever you choose they would be working toward Progressive policies. Most had been put in place by the time Obama cam along and thy saw it as the perfect storm. Dede Scozzafava in NY-23 House race". .She is a perfect example of the RNC progressives pick. Not mine, thank you very much. The line items below are correct but the individuals the RNC are putting up say one thing and do another. What do the President and Rhino's have in common they belong to the Pinocchio Tribe. They never say a lie they didn't like. If you want to get to know an individual, measure him or her on what they do no on what they say! You will get a true picture of the person.
Comment by Tom Whitmore on March 6, 2010 at 12:45am
We are Republicans, We Believe:

■That the free enterprise system is the most productive supplier of human needs and economic justice
■That all individuals are entitled to equal rights, justice, and opportunities and should assume their responsibilities as citizens in a free society
■That fiscal responsibility and budgetary restraints must be exercised at all levels of government
■That the Federal Government must preserve individual liberty by observing Constitutional limitations
■That peace is best preserved through a strong national defense
■That faith in God, as recognized by our Founding Fathers is essential to the moral fiber of the Nation.

The aforementioned are the tenets by which I judge whether or not someone is conservative or is a good Republican. I have not seen any evidence that Michael Steele is not both and of the highest calibre.

Any thing else we may judge men by falls into the category of social issues and our founding fathers had the foresight to recognize this and left such issues to the states and the individual. Thus the concept of state and personal sovereignty was embodied in the Constitution.

Although I feel very strongly about my own personal convictions among them the sanctity of life I would not presume to impose my personal beliefs on any other man.

Adherence to the principles in the Republican creed, all of them, are all that would be needed to sustain the Republic. Let each man pray as he may, associate with those of like mind, live in a community of ones choosing and let no other judge him, in a free society by any measure other than that what begat them their freedom and will ensure its posterity.

Until we the people start working harder and living up to our responsibilities, among them finding better candidates whose principles mirror ours, to run for office, we will not be able to fix the problem and not much will change.

Just my humble opinion. If we must, we can agree to disagree. ..








Take The Town Halls To Washington

Nationwide Tea Party Coalition - "Take The Town Halls To Washington"
MEMPHIS, Tennessee (March 5, 2010) - The Nationwide Tea Party Coalition is today announcing a new project, "Take The Town Halls To Washington", which is designed to bring tea party activists to Washington, DC during the month of March to meet, question and review the positions of approximately 60 Democrat members of the House of Representatives whose vote on the pending Health Care legislation has not yet been publicly announced. Tea Party Nation is a collaborating partner in the project.
Spokesman Mark A. Skoda, who is also Chairman of The Memphis TEA Party stated, "President Obama has indicated his willingness to ignore the people and force his bill through Congress using whatever means necessary. Our objective is to bring thousands of constituents to DC to meet with their representatives, capture their comments and produce a review of those positions on a daily basis. We believe that time is of the essence and the people need to understand where these representatives stand before any vote is taken."
Organizer, Michael Patrick Leahy further stated, "After more than a year of tea party resistance to the big government efforts of the Obama Administration, it all comes down to the next 3 weeks. The Administration has made it clear. They intend to ram down the Health Care takeover through a corrupt Congress by the end of this month, in direct defiance of the clearly expressed will of the American people.”
“It is time for every tea party activist across the country to consider dropping everything he or she is doing and join us in the most important battle of our life time. We need your energy, commitment, and efforts to make this succeed. We need you to consider coming to Washington during this 3 week period, and if you can’t come to Washington, be part of this project in your local area.”
A nationwide webcast is scheduled for Tuesday, March 9, 2010 with meetings in DC scheduled to begin the following day through March 31, 2010. Logistics are being coordinated for those coming to Washington and daily briefings and reviews are scheduled during the project. It is expected that visits will take place while Congress is in session from Monday through Friday.
The Nationwide Tea Party Coalition is an informal federation of thirty local tea parties from around the country who work collaboratively on important national projects. It was the group that organized the February 27, 2009 “Nationwide Chicago Tea Party” in 51 cities around the country that launched the Tea Party Movement, as well as the April 15, 2009 Tax Day Tea Party, where 1 million tea party activists attended events in over 900 cities.

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