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Rick Huber speaks at Wilson County TEA Party




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Rick Huber's opening speech:

"On behalf of the Texan's for Constitutional Government, I welcome you to
the rainy 2010 Wilson County Tea Party.

The goal for this evening is simple. We want all of you to leave this event
having been Encouraged, Educated and Equipped to run the race, to fight the
battle before us. This struggle we embark upon is the necessary and noble
struggle to win back our precious founding documents.

You see, we don't need a government that gives us 400,000 word
unconstitutional laws. We need a government that will be faithful to their
solemn oath to preserve, protect, and defend the less than 4500 word
Constitution of these United States of America.

It is up to us through the power of the God of our Fathers to crush the idea
that our blessed Constitution and Declaration of Independence are outdated
and are no longer necessary or applicable to a modern society.
The question facing us today is sobering if you stop and think about it;
'Are men the property of the state or are they free souls under God?' It was
our 1st president, George Washington who made the statement that our
government's success depends on the divine blessing of God so I will not end
my welcome with a trite "God bless America" rather let us bow our hearts and
humbly pray to our Eternal, Heavenly Father that HE might be merciful to us
and guide us on this journey. For of HIM and through HIM and to HIM are all
things. To HIM be glory forever and ever. Let us pray."
 
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