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    Tag: Tea Party Patriots

    An Interesting Straw Poll

    By Kevin Rex Heine, Section News
    Posted on Sat Dec 24, 2011 at 05:14:59 PM EST
    Tags: Tea Party Patriots, Michele Bachmann (Minnesota), Newt Gingrich (Virginia), Jon Huntsman (Utah), Ron Paul (Texas), Rick Perry (Texas), Mitt Romney (Massachusetts), Rick Santorum (Pennsylvania), Presidential Tele-Forum Straw Poll, level of enthusiastic support (all tags)

    And it's one that Ron Paul didn't win, either.  (In fact, he didn't even come close.)

    Last Sunday (December 18th), the Tea Party Patriots held a tele-forum town hall conference with over 23,000 people nationwide participating.  An introduction was provided by Emery McClendon, Julianne Thompson, Herman Cain, and Steve King.  Mitt Romney, Newt Gingrich, Michele Bachmann, and Rick Santorum were all on the call and answered a series of identical questions.  (The links, by the way, are to the audio of the introduction and of each candidate's participation.)

    Apparently, toward the end of the forum, a poll was conducted (in which 4,000 of the listeners participated).  The results are . . . interesting.

    (12 comments, 2626 words in story) Full Story

    The lesson of Stupak's failure.

    By jenkuz, Section News
    Posted on Wed Dec 29, 2010 at 11:24:23 AM EST
    Tags: Bart Stupak, conservatism, Democrats, Election2010, Michigan, Michigan's First District, Republicans, social issues, Tea Party Express, Tea Party Patriots (all tags)

    First off, I'd like to open with a joke.  Bart Stupak is going to be teaching at Harvard.  


    Bart Stupak is pleased that he has retired from Congress and insists that he has done the right thing in voting for Obamacare.  He made it clear during the fight between him, his constituents and the nation that he would not allow the healthcare bill to pass with federal funding of abortion.  During March of this year, he was on television and radio daily assuring everyone in the nation that the final passage of "health care for all" would not contain the federal funding of abortion.

    (4 comments, 1242 words in story) Full Story

    A Message To Our Legislators - Beware False Choices

    Tea Party Convention

    By Wendy Day, Section News
    Posted on Mon Jun 01, 2009 at 09:43:50 PM EST
    Tags: Tea Party Patriots (all tags)

     Inspired    *     Informed    *     Involved
    So many of you joined the thousands across Michigan who let their voices be heard at the Tax Day Tea Parties. Some of you couldn't be there, but know that the Tea Parties represent a growing movement in America to have the voices of We the People be heard.  Either way, this convention is for you!  Our goal is not to elect third party candidates.  It is to give people information and motivation to continue standing up for themselves against big government and bureaucrats.

    Saturday, June 13th 2009

    Capitol City Baptist Ministries
    5100 Willoughby Road
    Holt, MI 48842

    Guess who will be there???

    (305 words in story) Full Story

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