August 14, 2011
|A montage of pictures from the 9/12/2009 March on the Capitol|
1. I am a Tea Partier, because I believe our Founding Documents were inspired by God, and that those rights are God given.
2. I am a Tea Partier because I uphold and defend The United States Constitution.
3. I am a Tea Partier because we are Taxed Enough Already
4. I am a Tea Partier because I believe our elected officials should be held accountable for their policies, votes.
5. I am a Tea Partier because I like to sing the National Anthem, and I stand when it is played.
6. I am a Tea Partier because I like to say the Pledge of Allegiance, and I stand and place my hand on my heart when I pledge my allegiance.
7. I am a Tea Partier because I believe in the limited government outlined by the US Constitution.
8. I am a Tea Partier because I accept my First Amendment Responsibility and Obligation.
9. I am a Tea Partier because I believe an engaged and informed voter protects against Government Abuses.
10. I am a Tea Partier because my fellow Patriots help me to stay informed.
The glorious truth: Tea Party Movement outnumbers Obama Libs!
– Judi McLeod Saturday, August 6, 2011
It’s David & Goliath Defining Moment: “Bring it on, Barry!”
That’s why they hurl the names racist, bigot, bitter clinger and domestic terrorist at the Tea Party, and that’s why the Obama running dog mainstream media so desperately works to keep up the big smear.
Even in the midst of all the Obama Regime destruction, America has something to celebrate: Tea Party Patriots are keeping Obama from completing his threatened Fundamental Transformation of America.
But from its inception, the Tea Party Movement has never stopped asking.
Freedom lovers everywhere owe the Tea Party admiration and gratitude.
It has long defied belief how far the Obama Regime would go to demonize the Grandmas and Grandpas in the Tea Party Movement.
Thanks to the Gallup Poll, we now know why.
“The percentage of Americans who expressly state that they are supporters of the Tea Party movement is currently about as large at 22 percent of the population as the 21 percent who say they are liberals, according to recent but separate Gallup polls.” (CNSNews.com, Aug. 5, 2011).