Tuesday, April 7, 2009

Tea Party

There is a lot of momentum building for Tea Parties to protest what is going on in Washington, but there is also a movement afoot for a new Tea Party. This is a great idea and one which I whole heartily support. I've said many times we need a new fiscally conservative party that will force the other two back to the middle. If you are interested and want to help, find out what it takes to get someone on your local ballot now. If this movement is going to have a real chance at changing this country now is the time to see what it takes to get on the ballots. Some states have some very funny rules and lots of hoops to jump through, so start now because the primaries are only a year away for the 2010 election. We can do nothing if we don't have candidates on the ballots.

Also, if you want to be a candidate then you should be willing to sign a contract with your supporters that will limit your time in office and show your steadfast resistance to pork. You will have a lot of support instantly, but you must be willing to abide by the principles. If you want to drum up additional support see the Glenn Beck 912 Project. There are a lot of angry voters there that will make a difference given the chance.

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