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This guy was told by his Homeowners Association that he could not fly the American Flag in his yard.
His response…………..

 



Fellow Patriots, 

Thank you for becoming a Tea Party member.  YOU are making a difference!   I would respectively remind you that tonight's compromise  budget reduction, whether we believe it is enough or not (and frankly I don't), WOULD NEVER HAVE HAPPENED WERE IT NOT FOR THE TEA PARTY MOVEMENT.  Without the efforts of this grass roots movement there would have been no significant change in Congress in the 2010 elections.   Without that AND the continuing growth and pressure by the Tea Party, the DISCUSSION would never have taken place at all, let alone ANY CUT.   

The growth of the Tea Party has been rapid.  The first major Tea Party rallies were held on April 15, 2009, less than two years ago.   Think about the effect we've had.   The growth and influence of this movement is truly historic!   And listen to me liberals.......we're just warming up. 

So be proud of your involvement.   You are the true American heroes, fighting to preserve the values that have made our country the greatest in the history of the planet.   The bigger battles lie ahead.   There is little time to rest on our laurels.   We are a long way from our goal of fiscal sanity.   The road will not be easy.   However, we shall prevail for I have seen the stamina and persistence of fellow tea partiers dedicated to our goals.   We are not paid activists who are bused to a rally and then go home and sit on the couch.   We are people, good people, who will not fold or wilt. 

I am proud to stand beside you. 

Dan 

 


Photo courtesy of The Telegram
Members of the Board of Directors of the Jackson County Tea Party organization
were on hand for a second public meeting on Sunday afternoon,
May 30, at Central Memorial Park in Oak Hill. Pictured (from the left) are:
Skip Haynes, Alan Terry, Sharon Armstrong, Marilyn Payne and Dan Brisker.
Not available for picture are board members Steve Fain and Jon Hensler
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The beauty of the Tea Party movement is that nobody is paid to attend.  We are there because we care.   We care about our children and grandchildren and the type of country we are leaving them.  We care about the values upon which this nation was built. Values that are being trashed today.  We care about our Constitution, the greatest governing document ever written.   Help us preserve it! 

  We have all felt frustrated by what has been happening with the spending, debt, bail outs, giveaways.   If you are like me you often just scream at the TV due to the arrogance of what the politicians are doing.   Frustration sets in because you feel powerless to stop it.   The Tea Party movement is a place "where you are not alone."  You can give rise to your concerns and make a difference.   Each one of us, when joined together, can and will impact elections.  We have sat back far too long.  It is time to act!   

If not you..................who?    If not now.....................when?       

 

Respectfully and appreciatively, 
Dan Brisker 

Red Skelton and the Pledge of Allegiance
 


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But a Constitution of Government once changed from Freedom, can never be restored. Liberty, once lost, is lost forever.
John Adams, letter to Abigail Adams, July 17, 1775
Conscience is the most sacred of all property.
James Madison, Essay on Property, March 29, 1792
Here sir, the people govern.
Alexander Hamilton, speech to the New York Ratifying Convention, June 17, 1788
Liberty, when it begins to take root, is a plant of rapid growth.
George Washington, letter to James Madison, March 2, 1788


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