Tea Party In Jonesboro, Arkansas

On April 15, be part of the Taxed Enough Already (TEA) party rally in your community

On the day you pay your taxes, Wednesday, April 15, join others across the country and in your hometown who will be participating in TEA party rallies in front of their city halls.  The TEA party rally will begin at 6:00 PM.

Are you fed up with a Congress and a president who:

  * vote for a $500 billion tax bill without even reading it?
  * are spending trillions of borrowed dollars, leaving a debt our great-grandchildren will be paying?
  * consistently give special interest groups billions of dollars in earmarks to get re-elected?
  * want to take your wealth and redistribute it to others?
  * punish those who practice responsible financial behavior and reward those who do not?
  * admit to using the financial hurt of millions as an opportunity to push their political agenda?
  * run up trillions of dollars of debt and then sell that debt to countries such as
China?
  * want government controlled health care?
  * want to take away the right to vote with a secret ballot in union elections?
  * refuse to stop the flow of millions of illegal immigrants into our country?
  * appoint a defender of child pornography to the Number 2 position in the Justice Department?
  * want to force doctors and other medical workers to perform abortions against their will?
  * want to impose a carbon tax on your electricity, gas and home heating fuels?
  * want to reduce your tax deductibility for charitable gifts?
  * take money from your family budget to pay for their federal budget?

If so, participate in the TEA party rally, the Taxed Enough Already (TEA) party.

               CITY: JONESBORO  

                                                                                                      

WHEN: APRIL 15, 2009    6:00 8:00 PM

 

WHERE: JONESBORO COUNTY COURT HOUSE 511 S. Main

 

CONTACT EMAIL: blane24@suddenlink.net

 

I predict future happiness for Americans if they can prevent government from wasting the labors of the people under the pretense of taking care of them.

- Thomas Jefferson