The Tea Party Express III rolls along on schedule to D.C.

Not all that long ago dissent was considered the highest form of patriotism, a remark often attributed to Thomas Jefferson.  That was in years past when anti-Iraq fervor ran high among members of the Democrat Party.  Back then to protest was considered akin to being a patriot.  Both the policies and the character of former President Bush were viciously and unmercifully attached,

Fast forward to 2010 when liberals are screaming bloody murder over ordinary citizens who band together to form Tea Party groups all across this nation.  Tea Party participants are concerned, as should all informed Americans, about the direction of their county given the  sneaky and arrogant way ObamaCare was passed without the consent or the approval of the American people.

Tea Party participants are passionate about what they believe, beliefs which are compatible with the founding principles of this nation.  But because they pose a threat to those in power who seek to establish an European Socialist-left nation, the Tea Party Movement is seen as a threat that must be curtailed through branding its participants as racists and as angry mobs of protesters so their far left agenda can be imposed on the American People.

A must read book is A New American Tea Party by Chicagoan John M. O'Hara, a book chronicling the history and principles of the Tea Party movement, with a foreword by Michelle Malkin.  Mr. O'Hara is vice president of external relations at the Illinois Policy Institute.  Before joining the Institute, Mr. OHara worked as the assistant director of communications at Chicago's Heartland Institute.  O'Hara  played an integral role in starting one of the first modern-day tea parties in Chicago on April 15 of last year, which launched the nationwide grassroots movement. 

O'Hara describes the Tea Party Movement as "the counterrevolution against bailouts, handouts, reckless spending, and more taxes."  His book is engaging, clever and informative to read at a time when the media and well-funded and politically powerful organizations are attempting to silence the voices of concerned citizens.  The final chapter of O'Hara's book discusses what it will take to turn tea party momentum into lasting public policy changes

Tea Party Express III, the largest national tour to date, started out on March 27 with a rally in the hometown of Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid in Searchlight, NV, and is on route to reach Washington, D.C. on Thursday, April 15.  As it rolls across this nation the Tea Party Express will make 47 stops. Check the link to see where the nearest stop is to your home.  

This message will be heard at each and every Tea Party Express stop:

  • "You, the politicians in Washington, have failed We The People with our bailouts, out-of-control deficit spending, government takeovers of sectors of trhe economy, Cap & Trade, government-run health care, and higher taxes!  If you thought we were just going to quietly go away, or that this tea party movement would be just a passing fad, you were mistake.  We're taking our country back!"     http://www.teapartyexpress.org/
Chicago Tea Patriots will be hosting the 2nd Annual Tax Day Tea Party on Thursday, April 15 -- Chicago being the city whose last year's tea party lit the spark that ignited a nationwide movement.  A New American Tea Party  The event will take place at the Richard J. Daley Plaza from 12 - 1:30P.M.  http://teapartychicago.org   Similar Tea Party rallies will be held across this nation for those unable to travel to D. C. to join the Tea Party Express III.  Consistent at all rallies will be a call to take our country back. 

The Tea Party movement is not going away. It is not a fringe movement; it represents Mainstream America.   Although their are kooks in every movement, that has not been my experience as a Tea Party Patriot.   According to the latest Gallup Poll of Monday, April 5, "More than a quarter of Americans count themselves as supporters of the tea party movement."  

Another poll conducted by the Winston Group on Sunday, April 4, reported that "43% of the people in the Tea Party movement are not Republicans and their major concern is jobs and the economy." 

 Last week Rasmussen released data "showing the 47% of voters felt closer to the views of Tea Party Members than to Congress.  Only 26% felt closer to Congress." ...

Democrats would be wise to heed the warning of Scott Rasmussen in his new book, In Search of Self-Governance, as to why voters are continuing the patterns of 2006 and 2008 in opposing the party in power:  In his new book Scott Rasmussen makes the case that "the American people don't want to be governed from the left, the right, or the center.  They want to govern themselves."  Scott W. Rasmussen (author) 
Not all that long ago dissent was considered the highest form of patriotism, a remark often attributed to Thomas Jefferson.  That was in years past when anti-Iraq fervor ran high among members of the Democrat Party.  Back then to protest was considered akin to being a patriot.  Both the policies and the character of former President Bush were viciously and unmercifully attached,

Fast forward to 2010 when liberals are screaming bloody murder over ordinary citizens who band together to form Tea Party groups all across this nation.  Tea Party participants are concerned, as should all informed Americans, about the direction of their county given the  sneaky and arrogant way ObamaCare was passed without the consent or the approval of the American people.

Tea Party participants are passionate about what they believe, beliefs which are compatible with the founding principles of this nation.  But because they pose a threat to those in power who seek to establish an European Socialist-left nation, the Tea Party Movement is seen as a threat that must be curtailed through branding its participants as racists and as angry mobs of protesters so their far left agenda can be imposed on the American People.

A must read book is A New American Tea Party by Chicagoan John M. O'Hara, a book chronicling the history and principles of the Tea Party movement, with a foreword by Michelle Malkin.  Mr. O'Hara is vice president of external relations at the Illinois Policy Institute.  Before joining the Institute, Mr. OHara worked as the assistant director of communications at Chicago's Heartland Institute.  O'Hara  played an integral role in starting one of the first modern-day tea parties in Chicago on April 15 of last year, which launched the nationwide grassroots movement. 

O'Hara describes the Tea Party Movement as "the counterrevolution against bailouts, handouts, reckless spending, and more taxes."  His book is engaging, clever and informative to read at a time when the media and well-funded and politically powerful organizations are attempting to silence the voices of concerned citizens.  The final chapter of O'Hara's book discusses what it will take to turn tea party momentum into lasting public policy changes

Tea Party Express III, the largest national tour to date, started out on March 27 with a rally in the hometown of Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid in Searchlight, NV, and is on route to reach Washington, D.C. on Thursday, April 15.  As it rolls across this nation the Tea Party Express will make 47 stops. Check the link to see where the nearest stop is to your home.  

This message will be heard at each and every Tea Party Express stop:

  • "You, the politicians in Washington, have failed We The People with our bailouts, out-of-control deficit spending, government takeovers of sectors of trhe economy, Cap & Trade, government-run health care, and higher taxes!  If you thought we were just going to quietly go away, or that this tea party movement would be just a passing fad, you were mistake.  We're taking our country back!"     http://www.teapartyexpress.org/
Chicago Tea Patriots will be hosting the 2nd Annual Tax Day Tea Party on Thursday, April 15 -- Chicago being the city whose last year's tea party lit the spark that ignited a nationwide movement.  A New American Tea Party  The event will take place at the Richard J. Daley Plaza from 12 - 1:30P.M.  http://teapartychicago.org   Similar Tea Party rallies will be held across this nation for those unable to travel to D. C. to join the Tea Party Express III.  Consistent at all rallies will be a call to take our country back. 

The Tea Party movement is not going away. It is not a fringe movement; it represents Mainstream America.   Although their are kooks in every movement, that has not been my experience as a Tea Party Patriot.   According to the latest Gallup Poll of Monday, April 5, "More than a quarter of Americans count themselves as supporters of the tea party movement."  

Another poll conducted by the Winston Group on Sunday, April 4, reported that "43% of the people in the Tea Party movement are not Republicans and their major concern is jobs and the economy." 

 Last week Rasmussen released data "showing the 47% of voters felt closer to the views of Tea Party Members than to Congress.  Only 26% felt closer to Congress." ...

Democrats would be wise to heed the warning of Scott Rasmussen in his new book, In Search of Self-Governance, as to why voters are continuing the patterns of 2006 and 2008 in opposing the party in power:  In his new book Scott Rasmussen makes the case that "the American people don't want to be governed from the left, the right, or the center.  They want to govern themselves."  Scott W. Rasmussen (author) 

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