Obamacare - Can We Repeal It? NW Tea Party January Meeting
Tuesday, January 25th
Richard M. Borchard Regional Fairground
1213 Terry Shamsie Blvd.
5:30pm Start Arriving 6:30pm Meeting Begins
$18/per person - includes mushroom chicken dijon, roast beef, mixed garden vegetables, wild rice, dinner rolls, assorted deserts, coffee, tea and water.
Please RSVP with Cecelia Calloway at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Northwest Tea Party is fielding an army of conservatives whose primary focus is to eliminate and reform excess taxes.
"We the people are the rightful masters of both Congress and the courts, not to overthrow the Constitution but to overthrow the men who pervert the Constitution."
We accomplished just that in the November 2010 General Election. Through our Tea Party efforts a clear message was sent to our local, state and federal government telling them WE are Conservatives and you will listen and represent us according to our Tea party principals of less taxes and less government.
Is the Tea Party movement done? To answer this question, ask yourself, is the government still in debt? Have they repealed the largest Socialist take-over of our private life - Obamacare? Answer: No. No. and No.
Come join our NW Tea party. Learn, discuss and find out how YOU can make a difference in repealing Obamacare. Do not just hope your elected officials know how you feel and what you would want them to do. We will provide you with the knowledge and the tools to communicate effectively. Plus enjoy a LIVE question and answer feed from Washington D.C. with our newly elected Congressman Blake Farenthold. Congressman Farenthold stated in his campaign he is committed to staying connected with his constituents and he is keeping his promise.
"The U.S. Constitution doesn't guarantee happiness, only the pursuit of it. You have to catch up with it yourself."
Make and form bonds, network, and establish a plan for action. We are doing what we could not do alone, to preserve that which we value.
Have a blessed day,
Northwest Tea Party Coordinator