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Tag: Tea Party Express
Michigan is STILL in play. No matter the apparent snub by BOTH candidates. The [I Built This] Tour is on.
The 5-week "Rebuild America" tour will travel all across this great nation holding rallies and running TV ads in the most critical swing states in this election. Please join us as we come to a town near you! And bring a picture no larger than 3.5" x 5" of something you built; we'll collect these photos along the tour then construct them in to a giant sign at Obama campaign headquarters that says, "Yes we DID build it!"
Wednesday, October 3rd
Thursday, October 4th
Friday, October 5th
Saturday, October 6th
Sunday, October 7th
Monday, October 8th
A COMPLETE Schedule is available here
Candy and I will be at the Traverse City stop. See you there!
By jenkuz, Section News
First off, I'd like to open with a joke. Bart Stupak is going to be teaching at Harvard.
Bart Stupak is pleased that he has retired from Congress and insists that he has done the right thing in voting for Obamacare. He made it clear during the fight between him, his constituents and the nation that he would not allow the healthcare bill to pass with federal funding of abortion. During March of this year, he was on television and radio daily assuring everyone in the nation that the final passage of "health care for all" would not contain the federal funding of abortion.
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We had a special guest at the Traverse City Tea Party. Debbie Lee of (she is the one in the pink holding her son's picture) Americas Mighty warriors has been traveling with the Tea Party Express team, and spoke to the crowd about her son and his ultimate sacrifice. Then they performed this song..
Grab the tissues...
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The video might be low res for a day (Youtube thing) but should show as HD by tomorrow.. I just couldn't wait to get this out..
By JGillman, Section News
Most should realize by now, that it was not the conservative philosophy that buried the state's manufacturers and automakers in unsustainable expenses. It wasn't constitutionalists who raise taxes so the government can buy more poverty. And it could generally be said that the "right wing" principles of responsibility and accountability are making a resurgence.
Not so sure about that?
Take a look at nearly any community of 1000 or more in Michigan on the 15th of April. You will see people gathering to celebrate responsibility, and sending a message to our government that what is going on, is NOT working! What you will see is the message that conservatives have been talking about ...forever. In fact, even as the media tried to down play conservative pull back in the Republican party, more folks on both side of the fence were starting to wake up to what is truly happening around them.
They looked at Detroit..
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