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South Texas Tea Party meets to Organize




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Brad Akin, Cpl. Jonathan Agg, Tim Archer
A Crisis in Public Education
May 2, 2010 | 1,691 views | 1 comment

On Mon. April 12th a group of South Texas Citizens met at The Stage Stop Restaurant in Pleasanton, TX to discuss the formation of a Tea Party.

Persons from Devine, Pleasanton, Jourdanton and Poteet voiced their common concern about the direction the government is leading the United States of America.

The group is organizing to inform, empower, and mobilize citizens who want to an active voice supporting : The Constitution ,Secure Borders, National Security, Fiscal Responsibility, Limited Government, Free Markets, Local, State, and Congressional Representatives who work for the citizens who elected them. The group is non-partisan, and does not support any aggressive, or violent action against opposing opinions, or groups

Another organizational meeting is scheduled for Mon. May 10, at 7:00 PM . It will be held at the same location The Stage Stop Restaurant in Pleasanton, TX. Discussion will cover further development of the group. Items will include, possible affiliation with an existing Tea Party, election of officers, possible events, committees, future meeting locations and membership.

To obtain further information and to get directions you may email the following persons ,Janet Porter, janet1959@netzero.com, or Rodney Yanez, aacetransmission@att.net . The group also has a Face Book site named South Texas Tea Party.
 
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