Thursday, June 10, 2010

The Tea Party Movement's Latest Triumphs

More notches have been carved into the Tea Party Movement's
gun handle. Rand Paul, son of U.S. Representative Ron Paul
(R-TX) won Kentucky's U.S. Senate primary over state GOP
favorite Trey Grayson, currently Attorney General for
Kentucky. Paul will now run in November for the seat being
vacated by retiring Sen. Jim Bunning (R). This is Paul's
first campaign for public office and he pulled off a big
upset in knocking off establishment choice Grayson ---
with a little help from the Tea Party folks!

In Nevada, Sharron Angle emerged victorious from a field
of Republican candidates to be the Nevada Republican Party's
nominee for the U.S. Senate seat currently held by Harry Reid
(D), the Senate Majority Leader and key Obama ally on Capitol
Hill. Angle, a current member of the Nevada legislature,
was the choice of the Tea Party activists in that state
and had received campaign contributions from Tea Party
people hailing from every state in the union! This kind
of help and commitment is the hallmark of the movement;
constitutionalists from all over the country banding
together to elect like-minded candidates for public office,
contributing time, work, and money to take back our nation
from the statists who currently have control of our federal
government, as well as some of our state and local governments.
We have shown that "We The People" CAN reclaim our country,
CAN determine the direction of our country, CAN make a
difference! And do we have the liberal establishment running

My wonderful readers, we have the enemy on the run. Now is
the time to crank up our efforts and put more pressure on
the foe! Come to the Tea Party rallies, volunteer your time
to help a worthy candidate, contribute whatever money you
can, write letters to the editors of your local newspapers
in support of your chosen candidates, start a blog ---
all of these activities advance our cause! This is how we
will sow the seeds for the harvest of victory in the fall,
and in 2012! Your favorite Peasant will be there, doing all
I can to help our noble efforts, and of course I'll have my
trusty pitchfork handy!


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