A few Michigan concerned citizens expressed an interest in the below idea. Michigan needs your help. "We need men and women of integrity, people of honor, with conviction to lead by example, with the courage to help Michigan achieve greatness." My fellow citizens want to make the right choices this August 3rd Primary. We need men and woman who place God, family and citizenship above all else. Please spread the message below and I ask your help and guidance in this most worthwhile endeavor.
Reference Idea for Tea Party Rally Kensington Metro Park US 23/I96 expressway, 20-45 minutes from Flint, Ann Arbor, Metro Detroit, Lansing and surrounding areas for July 17th before the August 3rd Primary. Hoping to invite Gov Candidates for old fashion outdoor debate and allow other candidates and political activists to set up tents/booths. Family oriented event with games, entertainment, and other events. We are hoping to generate enough interest to support friendly atmosphere of “good ole fashion” fun celebrating liberty, freedom and the constitutional government. If you think this is something you can support, become personally engaged to assist in its creation, donate funds or equipment, sponsor a candidate or political action group before the August 3rd primary please email me at email@example.com or attend a meeting this Sunday at 5PM Leon’s Family Dining, across from the City of Wixom Ford Plant on Wixom road, 1/4 mile north of I 96. It is hoped, with your participation, we can make this the biggest tea party event in Michigan, maybe even the country. The park can easily handle 10,000 plus people including families. Park entrance fee is $5.00 per vehicle, open from 6am-10pm unless we can get a sponsor for a fireworks display, and then special permission from the park to stay later. To learn more about the park, Google “Kensington Metro Park, Michigan.” Please spread the word. "Strive valiantly and dare greatly!" Thank-you.
We have a Congressman "Bart Gordon" that has been in office for ever! I think half the battle is letting the public ( those that don't watch or listen to anything but Government ran media outlets) know that these local politicians are not that well liked. That's why some of us are trying to put together a "Drive Them Out" event in our local communities that would display why we are not satisfied with the current elected official. Hopefully many(hundreds!)of us will drive all over the politicians district with signs attached to our vehicles in the the weeks leading up to the election in 2010! I know that Bart has never been treated like that here in Tn before! (: