I am writing to suggest to all Patriots that it is time for you to take action, in your own personal way, to do what you can to defend our individual freedom and our constitution. Many of you have been calling members of the House and Senate, both in Washington and in their home offices, and sending emails and faxes. These electronic message has been received but not acknowledged. The liberal minority persist in working outside the rules, and against the Constitution, to make a bill the law of the land that could not pass either House of Congress at this time. This government is ignoring the law and the will of the American people in an unrelenting drive for power and control over our nation.
It is time to deliver our message personally. Hundreds of thousand of Patriots from all over the United States will be going to Washington this weekend to make their voices heard. I am asking each of you to decide, what it is you are willing to do to stop this socialist agenda and protect your individual freedom? I am asking you to talk to your friends, talk to your relatives, talk to your co-workers on Friday and decide to get in your car and drive to Washington to stand up to those who wish to impose their will on the American people.
We have no time to organize buses, in fact their are few if any buses even available and they know that. But I know that the American people will not be denied. This March on Washington is going to be personal. It is not going to be because some great speaker will speak to the crowd or some group is holding a rally. This time you must go to represent yourself. To protect your freedom and that of your family. We must all make the sacrifice that freedom requires because we will all lose our freedom is we do not. This is the time. Washington is the place. The Second American Revolution begins this weekend and once again Government Tyranny is our foe. I call to all Patriots, to drop what you are doing, grab your muskets and march to the battle in Washington this weekend so that victory may be ours.
Portage County TEA Party