Skip to comments.'Let Them Speak' Petition Calls For Tea Party Leaders To Be Allowed To Speak At GOP Convention
Posted on 08/17/2012 4:30:15 PM PDT by Free ThinkerNY
Washington, DC (PRWEB) August 17, 2012
TheTeaParty.Net, one of the largest national Tea Party groups, announced the launch of its "Let Them Speak" petition today.
The petition calls for the Republican National Committee to allow Tea Party leaders to speak at the 2012 Republican National Convention in Tampa, Florida.
"The 2012 Republican National Convention has begun to announce keynote speakers and many prominent Tea Party leaders are noticeably absent from the list," said Todd Cefaratti, Freedom Organizer of TheTeaParty.Net.
"The RNC's blatant attempt to silence Tea Party voices and ignore the historic success of the Tea Party since 2009 is not only outrageous -- it threatens to hand this election to Barack Obama and further bankrupt our country.
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Nope. The Tea Party is the enemy, maybe even more so than Dems. See my tagline.
We could all write postcards that say, if you freeze us out, we won’t vote for you.
But I sometimes think the goal is to lose.
The GOP needs to be cleaned out and reorganized to let real Americans have a voice in saving America.
My first choice to speak for the Tea Party is Rich Santelli.
They’re keeping the Tea Party out because the GOPe AND Romney don’t want Sarah Palin at “their” convention.
teaparty leaders in CT constantly reminding us that they don’t get involved in politics. They are just “ideas men”.
I thought the tea party was a grass-roots, leaderless movement which is its strength.
“The GOP needs to be cleaned out and reorganized to let real Americans have a voice in saving America.”
Great idea, but it will take more than one or two election cycles. Plus the GOPe has the money men and the infrastructure in place.
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