Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Get out the vote Rally

Saturday, October 23 · 2:00pm - 5:00pm

B&j's Pizza
14526 Northwest Blvd
Corpus Christi, TX
Come meet your candidates! Bring the kids! We will have many activities including jump houses and more.

Mark your Calendars and stay tuned for updates! More Volunteers needed! Please message kim@nwteaparty.com or admin@nwteaparty.com if you are available to help!

Thursday, September 23, 2010

Northwest Tea Party September Meet and Greet

Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Richard M. Borchard Regional Fairgrounds
1213 Terry Shamsie Blvd.
Robstown, TX

5:30pm Start Arriving 6:30 Meeting Begins

$18/per person - includes King Ranch Chicken, Baked Fish, Mexican Rice, Beans Ala Chara, cucumber tomato salad, fresh fruit, assorted desserts, ice tea, coffee and water. We need to encourage at least 30 people to eat, this provides us the room without a charge...but you do not have to eat to attend. Running late? No problem, we still welcome you and we will keep your food warm!

Please RSVP with Cecilia Calloway at futurefocusmd@yahoo.com by Saturday, Sept. 25th

Meeting Agenda

With less than 50 days to the November 2nd election, our TEA party has worked to educate ourselves about issues facing our local, state, and national government. We have met with elected officials and candidates for office. We have developed our own unique core principles by which we measure our proposed representatives and presented that information to our community. Our committees have started a website announcing our existence and worked social networking sites spreading our message and increasing our presence.

As election day gets closer, it's now time to do more than plan or contemplate coming events. We know we have strong conservative candidates, pledging their understanding and belief in our core principles; now we must connect with those individuals and bring our energy to this election cycle.

This meeting will center around organizing our efforts to support candidates by gathering specific campaign needs and forming action plans. We should organize into groups and surround our candidates by plugging in to their campaigns.

It's time to make a "Change!" It's time to put the action in activism. Taxation, bloated bureaucracy, run-away debt, and irresponsible representatives now force us as American citizens to make our stand!

Join us for this exciting September Northwest Tea Party meeting and walk away ignited as a conservative TEA activist. We look forward to seeing you there!

We plan to meet the last Tuesday of every month in the same location.

Make and form strong bonds, network, and establish a plan for action. We are doing what we could not do alone, to preserve that which we value.

Best Regards,

William Curtis

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Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Bill Clinton: New-look GOP makes Bush look liberal

MINNEAPOLIS – Former President Bill Clinton said Tuesday that the Republican Party is embracing "ideology over evidence" and pushing out pragmatic voices that would make even his White House successor seem like a liberal.
Clinton, speaking at a Democratic fundraiser in Minneapolis, said there was no mistaking that Republicans have tacked hard right and questioned whether former President George W. Bush would fit in among the party's candidates this year.
"A lot of their candidates today, they make him look like a liberal," Clinton told an enthusiastic crowd at a downtown hotel as he campaigned for Democratic gubernatorial candidate Mark Dayton.
Clinton pointed to the tea party movement's influence on the GOP.
"The Boston Tea Party was protesting abuse of power. This is now trading public power for the abuse of private power," Clinton said, just as a tea party-backed candidate was declared the winner Tuesday night in Delaware's hotly contested Republican primary for U.S. Senate
The former president was in Minnesota to support Dayton, the Democratic nominee for Minnesota governor. Organizers of the event sought campaign donations of between $100 and $1,000.
Dayton faces Republican state Rep. Tom Emmer and Independence Party nominee Tom Horner.
A Democrat hasn't been elected governor in Minnesota for 24 years.
In a statement before the event, Minnesota GOP Chairman Tony Sutton mocked the Clinton-Dayton pairing, noting Clinton as president famously declared "the era of big government is over."
"But former Senator Mark Dayton has spent his entire 30-year political career calling for more government, higher taxes and more of the status quo," Sutton said.