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Protest Obamacare Locally in Your Area [Jul. 16th, 2009|09:36 pm]
Tomas Gallucci
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Join your fellow Tea Party Patriots on July 17th at the local home office of each Congressman and Senator to make it absolutely clear we oppose government run health care. These will occur simultaneously across the country from Noon to 1:00 PM Eastern, 9:00 to 10:00 AM Pacific. From Florida to Washington, from Maine to California, from Alaska to Hawaii and everywhere in between you and thousands of other Tea Party Patriots will assemble together outside the offices of those who are elected to represent us, and make our voices heard once again.

We need you and anyone else you can bring in order to achieve our goal of having massive numbers to make our point outside every single district office in the country. Take 1 hour off of work on July 17th to show up and speak out.

Prior to the Protest, join us for a Special Kick Off Conference Call hosted by Tea Party Patriots and Conservatives for Patients Rights. Guests on the call include Sen. Jim DeMint, Rep. Mike Pence, Rick Scott of Conservatives for Patients' Rights, Amy Kremer, Tea Party Patriots National Coordinator. 11:45 am edt/8:45 am pdt. Dial 877-842-9288 passcode: 537655 to participate.

[User Picture]From: ehowton
2009-07-16 11:55 pm (UTC)
How many of these can we expect to have a month?
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[User Picture]From: schpydurx
2009-07-16 11:57 pm (UTC)
As many as it takes to make our non-representing representatives obey the will of their constituents.
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[User Picture]From: ehowton
2009-07-17 12:35 pm (UTC)
Do you think they are an effective means for real change? I don't see the President of the United States stepping down because of too many tea-parities. Do you? While I appreciate the awareness they raise, they are not a means to an end in and of themselves.
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[User Picture]From: schpydurx
2009-07-29 01:12 pm (UTC)
Yes, I think that the tea parties are an effective means for change. Tea Parties exercise our right to assembly. It groups together like-minded people to make our voice heard. It gets our message out for more people to hear. As Tea Parties gain critical mass, they will strike terror in the heart of this administration because people will be informed and reminded that they have the power of the vote.

I think of Tea Party groups like routers: while taking one router off of the network does not take the entire internet down (though doing so can disrupt service to an area of the network) if enough routers are in place, there are redundant paths to resources. There is strength in numbers and that is what the Tea Parties are all about.
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