Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Continental Congress v. Tea Party

Just for the sake of conversation, let's suppose that the Continental Congress decided to assign teams of rebels into study groups to contemplate the Magna Carta and Greek philosophy instead of forming militia to take up arms against the oppressive English. If that had happened, whose flag do you think we would be saluting today?

Now, to further the conversation, here in Pennsylvania the Tea Party movement has decided to remain non-committed as far as endorsing candidates during the just concluded primary process. The primaries are the most important ideological responsibilty of supporters and voters in the Conservative political arena. It's where we win or lose.

On May 18th, we lost.

Now, more than ever, it is time for us to unite and to form an alliance of committed Conservatives who will bring their like-minded groups together to work to achieve our goals of re-claiming control of our government while taking pro-active roles in deciding who we can trust to represent us in office once elected.

Are we together? Are we united? Are we an alliance? Please answer yes.

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