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Folks, its that time. I am up here and will not be able to make THIS ONE due to three things going on Saturday, but lets let them know we still are willing to gather as needed. Sign suggestions could be "we're still here" or "Hey, remember us?" or "No additional debt.." or something more related to deficits and energy. I'm sure you get the picture.
The South East Michigan 9.12 Project is inviting all Tea Party and patriotic citizens to "The Great American Rally" concerning deficits and energy.
The rally will be held on May 14th from 12:00 to 3:00 pm on Rochester Rd., north of M-59, south of Auburn Rd. on the east side along the side walk in front of Lowes and the west side parking lot of Meijers. Please park in the north part of the Lowes parking lot, and the west side of the Meijers parking lot.
Come for just a short while or spend the afternoon with us. We all go to our meetings and get our information on what is happening, but let's gather together and show our patriotic values. We can make a difference, which we proved back in November. So let us continue to make a difference in 2012.
Sat May 14 1pm - 2pm Eastern Time
On Rochester Road In Rochester Hills Between M-59 and Auburn - In Front of Lowes(map)
If you can make it, do it! Come rain or shine see if you can clear your calendars for this important event!!
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By JGillman, Section News
For many of us:
Frustration is seeing an unprecedented opportunity to fix the labor hold on Michigan and watching that opportunity potentially slip away because legislators seem to have forgotten already, the force that hired them.
Frustration is knowing the CO2 scam has not yet been fully purged, and that there are still government implementations being put in place to solve the non-existent problem. Including in Michigan and even locally.
Frustration is seeing some of the good things like elimination of the MBT being accomplished not by straight out cutting, but by a shift to other victims.
Frustration is not having enough time to offer all the solutions we have properly, because those solutions are nearly immediately eclipsed by the next round of idiotic government actions designed to create more issues that complicate the previous ones.
Frustration is having a skill and not being able to apply it, because of an unconstitutional application of federal law, and the failure of the states to assert their authority, and protect the rights that guarantee the ability to use that skill.
I could add a hundred more to the list
Frustration is not an entirely crippling problem I have however.
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