Thursday, February 24, 2011

Support Responsibility Rally: Friday Feb. 25

Please see the following link for the Support Responsibility rally:

Support Responsibility Rally

Friday, February 25 . 5:00pm - 6:30pm


SPID and Staples (Starbuck's / Moore Plaza intersection)


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Corpus Christi Tea Party


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Local union organizers and Democrat party members are holding a protest
TOMORROW. You know the media will show up to cover them. We need to make
sure our voices are not drowned out by the loud, greedy and clueless. A
large, peaceful counterprotest will show our seriousness in supporting
responsible budget cutting. Parking is available in the Moore Plaza lot and
we will gather there. The gimme folks will gather in the
JOann's/Starbucks parking lot. Please give just an hour of your time for
this very important statement making event.

I know I don't need to tell you, but make sure signs are tasteful,
responsible and spelled correctly. Wear something patriotic! Do not allow
the opposition to draw you into any type of confrontation. Smile and let
them do the name calling and any other stupid stuff. There shouldn't be any
opportunity for that as we will be separated by Staples St. We will keep it
positive and patriotic and never stoop to their level.

I hope you will make every effort to rearrange your busy schedules for just
a short time on Friday. The Democrats are certain the Tea Party is 'over'
and we must show them we are here to stay. If you cannot make it to the
event, please support the effort by sharing this message by email, FB,
Twitter, and even old fashioned phone calls.

Here is what the democrats are up to:

Working Families Unite And Make Your Voices Heard!

Dear Democrats,

It's time to stand up for working families here in Texas, Wisconsin and
across this land.

The governor's budget proposal, released right after his "State of the
State" speech to lawmakers, would slash billions from public schools and
state-provided health care, prisons, environmental protection and regulatory
agencies. The state of Wisconsin and other states are making their voices
heard. It is time Texas makes an effort to make our voices heard. Families
must unite with their children's teachers and professors to protest severe
state funding cuts for education! Social Workers must unite with their
clients to fight for necessary funding to provide services for their clients
and avoid massive layoffs! Latinos and other immigrants must unite and
protest the discriminatory legislation targeting their families, employment,
communities, and voting rights! Union members must band together and protest
anti-union legislation that will effectively weaken unions and their right
to collectively bargain with their employers! Women and others that care
about women's health to fight back against the lies and stand up for women's
health, and stand up for the truth about family planning, birth control, and
preventive care for women. If you are as furious as we are about our current
state of affairs and our future, then join us as we attempt to make our
voices and concerns heard. When working families are under attack its time
to fight back! Join us and help us amplify our voices so other cities and
states will hear our cry! Let's stand together for working families!

Demonstration at SPID and Staples (Starbuck's intersection) this Friday Feb
25th from 5:30pm-6:30pm.

Bring a sign expressing your solidarity with working families and all public
employees and services under attack, including our local and state employees
here in Texas - teachers, nurses, firefighters and police. Begin gathering
between 5:15pm-5:30pm.

(There is ample parking in the Spec's/JoAnne's Fabric parking lot. For more
information and to get involved, please contact our headquarters at
361-334-6179 or 361-215-5229 the local NNOC-TX/NNU ( National Nurses
Organizing Committee-TX/National Nurses United) Labor Representative and
Organizer, Andrew McGuire.)

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