Thursday, April 7, 2011

No. Cal. Tea Party To Honor Hard Working Americans And Veterans. Really?

Tea Party Patriots

Join us at Cal Expo Sacramento on April 16th, 11:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. to honor our veterans and hard-working American people as we come together to celebrate our country’s heritage.  We are planning a pre-concert rally with Jeremy Hoop who will be singing our Tea Party Patriot song, Rise Up. This will be followed by our Freedom Riders entrance, a 10-cannon salute, and parachutist falling from the sky with a 30-foot American flag plus other exciting and informative displays. We will also be joined by special guests from different parts of our country speaking on issues and what we believe. We welcome all.

Jack Smithart
NorCal Tea Party
530 823 5996

CONTACT:  Ginny Rapini National and California State Advisor-Sacramento Coordinator;
P.O. Box 236, Colfax, CA  95713
(530) 389-2464
NorCalTeaPartyPatriots.com   website:  www.norcalteapartypatriots.org

So there will be pro worker and anti war celebrations going on?  Somehow I doubt it, but I bring it up so that those with the ability to document this will check in and share how they honor these workers and military servants at this event. 

6 comments:

  1. What makes the No.Cal. Tea Party so different from the Wisconsin, Ohio, Florida, Illinois, Michigan, Indiana and Maine Tea Parties?

    What makes our Tea Party want to honor both Veterans and hard workers while the other Tea Parties advocate for their defunding?

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  2. The No. Cal Tea Party has learned the concept of bait and switch and the big lie.

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  3. http://www.fullertonsfuture.org/2011/the-teachers-union/

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  4. Tom, the feds are spending 8x - yes, EIGHT TIMES - what they take in.

    Can you think of ANY reason to allow that to continue?

    Do you think it should be raised to 9x? Or 10x?

    What signs do you see that your elected officials (at the state level or federal level, because the state is in just as bad a shape) will do anything to cut spending or get spending down to where they are living within their means?

    If you are a person making $40,000 a year, and you are spending $320,000 - how long can you sustain this? When you reach the point that your credit cards are maxed out, your house is mortgaged to the hilt and your car payments are ongoing... what can you do?

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  5. Call ghost busters, it will about as effective as the Tea Party.

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  6. Rose, I know how to solve the problem, tax cuts.
    If we give tax cuts to the rich and also lower the corporate tax rate, we can lower revenues to the point of bankruptcy. Once the country is bankrupt it can be sold to the highest bidder.

    Congress can be replaced with a board of directors and the boarders can be opened up to anyone that can afford the price of admission.

    Or we could actually raise revenue and stop the wars.

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