Wednesday, May 19, 2010

GREENWICH/STAMFORD TEA PARTY PATRIOTS EVENTS NEWSLETTER MAY 19-25, 2010 Posted By Reverend Barbara Sexton "The Biblical Biochemist-Where Science Meets the Cross"

From Reverend Barb Sexton: Greenwich/Stamford Patriots, we are on a ROLL!  Clearly, especially after yesterday, we are making major headway on the political scene.  Please take time to read it all below and how you can become a 'living, breathing part of American History'! 
Rev. Barbara Sexton ENDORSES:
PETER SCHIFF for US SENATE  dlupo@schiffforsenate.com 
DUFFY ACEVEDO for GOVERNOR http://www.facebook.com/duffy.acevedo
MARTHA DEAN for CT ATTORNEY GENERAL
BARRY HAINES for STATE SENATE www.haines2010.com
PHIL BALESTRIERE running for State Representative in Stamford's 148th district
COREY BRINSON for SECRETARY of the State of CT www.coreybrinson.com/
GREENWICH/STAMFORD TEA PARTY PATRIOTS
EVENTS NEWSLETTER
MAY 19-MAY 25
Highlight from the past week...it was a busy one, wheeew!
Mini tea party rallies in Greenwich on Friday and Stamford on Saturday...are you voting in the primary in August?
"Why should I. They go down to Washington and they get corrupted like the rest of them."
DON'T LET THEM GIVE UP ON AMERICA!
We let them know about the great candidates that we have this year to choose from. We taught them how their voices can be truly heard via the primary process. As tea party patriots we have a duty to educate our fellow citizens and encourage them to take positive action to restore liberty. It's time to step up.
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Sunday, May 16th Norwalk Tea Party's First Rally
http://www.ctpost.com/default/article/Norwalk-Tea-Party-urges-conservatives-to-be-489229.php
The CT Post said 100 people attended. The Norwalk Hour reported "about 200" so you decide. And a correction...Greenwich/Stamford Tea Party Patriots was established January 27th, 2010.
The message of the tea party movement is fiscal responsibility, constitutionally limited government and free markets. This message is resonating with Republicans, Independents and Republicans alike.
Tea partiers are coming to turn the elephant around.....
Get registered and grab your peanuts! _________________________________________________________________
Friends,
The Merkle for Congress campaign is attracting Independent, Unaffiliated, and Democrat voters who are disaffected and unhappy with the direction of our country and ‘politics as usual’ in Washington. We welcome their support. Our message of small government and fiscal responsibility transcends political party. Below is a letter from a new Republican, sent to her local newspaper.
April 26, 2010
To the Editor,
Today, I visited the office of the Registrar of Voters to sign up as a Republican. I’ve been an Independent for many years and had planned to stay that way. My views had never found a home in either party. Then I saw and heard Rob Merkle speak. His values of limited government, fiscal responsibility, free markets, individual freedom and adherence to the Constitution sounded like a breath of fresh air.
…. “If this is the new Republican Party, then count me in!” .…
Rob will have a tough Primary fight on August 10th against the “Old Guard.” We can help him by registering as Republicans and voting in the Primary. Please help get the word out. We need people like Rob to bring some common sense and integrity back to Congress.
Linda Lavelle
Ridgefield, CT
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DEADLINE FOR REGISTRATION FOR THE REPUBLICAN PRIMARY
In order to be eligible to vote in the Republican Primary scheduled for August 10, 2010, you must be a registered Republican.
If you are currently registered as a Democrat, Independent or other party (other than Unaffiliated), the deadline to change your party affiliation and register as a Republican is May 10, 2010.
If you are currently unregistered or registered as Unaffiliated, the deadline to register as a Republican is noon, August 9th, 2010.
To CHANGE YOUR PARTY AFFILIATION, please download the form here, fill it out and mail/take it to your Town Registrar of Voters office, typically located in Town Hall, NO LATER THAN MAY 10th, 2010. Be certain to check the box labeled “Party Enrollment Change,” illustrated below:
If you are currently NOT REGISTERED FOR ANY PARTY, please download the form here, fill it out and mail/take it to your Town Registrar of Voters office, typically located in Town Hall, NO LATER THAN AUGUST 9th, 2010. Be certain to check the box labeled “New Voter Registration,” as illustrated below.
In both cases, also be sure to fill in “Yes” and “Republican” as illustrated below, in Box #9.”
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Monday, May 17th
Our regularly scheduled meeting. Our meet and greet with Phil Balestriere brought out the passion in another candidate running for office. Phil is running to unseat incumbent Carlo Leone in his District 148 in Stamford. Phil says, "if I'm not pissing someone off, I'm not doing my job." He's going to Hartford to tear the government apart brick by brick. (And maybe we could send those bricks to AZ to put up a wall down there.) Repeal it, cut spending, stop taxing. He's serious!
e-mail Phil at balestrierep@yahoo.com to help him win a seat back in Hartford.
Tuesday, May 18, 2010
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact Vivian Rockwell 860 671-165
PETER's ACCEPTANCE SPEECH: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jvqP0M2w9do
SCHIFF ENDORSED BY GRASSROOTS LEADERS
AT STATE CAPITOL PRESS CONFERENCE
At a press conference this morning on the steps of the state capitol in Hartford, leaders of prominent grassroots conservative groups throughout Connecticut endorsed the candidacy of Peter Schiff for the United States Senate. Schiff was on hand to receive the endorsement, and to reaffirm his commitment to the common-sense economic principles that have made him a favorite of tea party activists and other concerned citizens.
"No candidate in America better understands the fiscal mess we are in than Peter Schiff," said Vivian Rockwell, cofounder of Distressed Patriots for America. "The Washington establishment pretends we can borrow our way out of debt. Peter Schiff knows we must face facts and cut spending. He has the courage and the financial expertise to tackle our economic woes.”
"Unlike one of Peter Schiff’s liberal Republican opponents, he is not a career politician, but a knowledgeable patriot determined to rein in the cost and scope of government. He speaks directly to the concerns that have inspired the tea party movement. Peter recognizes the need to address our crushing national debt and protect the value of the dollar. He is not out to buy the Senate seat as one of his other Republican opponents, but as evidenced here today, he has garnered the respect and support of ordinary Connecticut taxpayers who are fed up with the way politicians in Washington are dismantling our Constitution by steadily stealing our freedoms while being anything but transparent in the process. Peter will term limit himself to just one term. He possess economic knowledge far beyond all presently seated in the United States Senate. Peter will not just promise to represent the citizens of Connecticut; he actually will represent us."
Joining in the endorsement were leaders from the Hartford, Stratford, and Stamford/Greenwich tea party groups, the Connecticut Patriot Alliance, Right Principles, the Independence Caucus, Distressed Patriots for America, Connecticut Resistance, and Dump Dodd.
"The people are ready to support candidates who will reduce spending and restore fiscal sanity," said Rockwell. "They've been rallying for over a year in support of limited government, personal liberty, and economic freedom. The good news is that we have men and women seeking state and federal office who share our vision and merit our support.”
"Peter Schiff embodies many of the principles of the tea party movement. We are blessed to have him in Connecticut, and we are proud to support him. We ask the delegates to the Republican Party Convention this weekend to join us in backing Peter Schiff."
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ACTIVITIES FOR THIS WEEK:
LEGISLATIVE ALERT: TAKE ACTION NOW!
Congress already has the right to veto regulations from unelected bureaucrats, that power resides in the Congressional Review Act.
Senator Murkowski R-AK is trying to force a vote that would close the door on the EPA’s global warming regulations, According to Sen. Murkowski’s office, the vote on SJ Res. 26 should be happening before Congress goes on their memorial break, we need to help get that vote to the floor.
SJ Res.26 (Easy read, only 2 pages)
The current vote count is:
Yeas – 41
Nays – 38
These are the Senators that are either swing votes or leaning Nay. Please call them letting them know that Congress has the power to stop the EPA and they need to use it now.
We need to get these Senators to vote Yea on SJ Res. 26
Talking Points
Reading Material:
EPA's Global Warming Regulations: A Threat to American Agriculture
Small Business Impact of the EPA Endangerment Finding
EPA’s Fuel Efficiency Standards: Bad News for the Consumer
Rockefeller Takes on the EPA, Sort Of
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CT LEGISLATIVE ACTION ALERT:
CALL GOV. RELL NOW 1-800-406-1527
Two days and counting, until CT energy bill takes law, unless Gov. Rell vetos the bill. If she doesn't veto it, our electric bills will skyrocket. The clock is ticking Governor. Do the right thing and veto the bill NOW!
A FACEBOOK COMMENTARY FROM DAN LOVALLO's PAGE. PLEASE CALL GOV RELL'S OFFICE NOW FOR VETOR OF SB 493
Comment: There is a BRIGHT side to this stupid bill. The poor folk that use the services WE pay dearly for will still be able to watch tv because the utility co. cannot shut them off. Maybe I can go watch tv with them at night. Are they watching CSpanII?
Comment: So I just called Jodi Rell's office and asked if she was going to Veto this, I was told she has made no public comment yet, I told the staff I wanted her to veto it and began to explain why and was told they don't need any reason why, they are keeping track of the callers for/against Call her at 1 860-524-7397 and tell her to veto the latest Energy Bill
Monique Thomas I was informed by Gov Rell's office the number above is for the hearing impaired. I don't know if that was of some snarky intent to provide this number listed above considering that they don't want to hear our reasons for our discontent. But, in any case they would prefer to be called at their toll free number 1-800-406-1527.
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TELLING IT LIKE A TEA PARTY PATRIOT...
Chris Christie sticking it to the press.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=heb3mQW34BY
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PETER SCHIFF for US SENATE dlupo@schiffforsenate.com
DUFFY ACEVEDO for GOVERNOR
Would any of you mind help getting this word out--- Thanks so much!
Needed-folks to come to Fairfield to pick up petitions between 4-8, or my staff can email them. We need
people at the Republican Convention to petition the people for our campaign this Friday and Saturday. Call Steve @ 203-515-7581. Petitions can be picked up at the following locations: Oldfield Senior Center McKinley ...School, Fairfield Warde High School,Holland Hill Elementary School, -Sherman Elementary School
BARRY HAINES for STATE SENATE 27th www.haines2010.com 203-912-6589
Contact any of the campaigns above to lend them a hand to get on the ballot in November. Give the people a chance for a choice. The status quo has gotta go.
Republicans are needed to get signatures from Republicans in districts all across the district and the state. Take a nice walk around your neighborhood and collect signatures to promote a healthy election process
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Wednesday, May 19th
RED ALERT: PRESCOTT BUSH AWARD DINNER RALLY
We are gathering from 5:15-7:00pm
Stamford Plaza Hotel
2701 Summer Street
Stamford, Connecticut
Let's greet the GOP. Many Delegates and super delegates and candidates will be attending one of the most prestigious Republican events of the year.
Let's show them who the grassroots support. Bring your favorite candidates signs for a warm-up to the convention on Friday.
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Thursday, May 20 ---Norwalk RTC Meeting 7:30
Norwalk Inn
East Main Street
Norwalk, CT
This one may prove to be one of the most interesting meetings of the year. The Norwalk Tea Party Inaugural Rally made a mark on the political landscape in Norwalk. The tea party movement is getting the elephant's attention. What's going on under the tent? Come and find out.
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Friday, May 21st
GRASSROOTS ALLIANCE RALLY
11:30-2:00pm
HARTFORD DELEGATES CONVENTION
at the Convention Center, Downtown Hartford
Come out and join hundreds of tea partiers and members of the CT Grassroots Alliance as we show support for our favorite candidates. Who do we want on the ballot in November?
Rob Merkle and Peter Schiff, Martha Dean and Corey Brinson to name a few. We are gathering outside to let the delegates know who we, the people, want to represent us. It's THE PEOPLE's ELECTION this time.
Bus transportation is being looked into for the event. If interested please reply to this e-mail.
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MINI TEA PARTIES: Educating ourselves and others on the issues in regularly scheduled outdoor events. Enjoy the beautiful weather and get some fresh air and sunshine.
HOT TOPICS-
Arizona immigration law SB1070
Financial Stability Act aka Tarp II
Seeking candidates to fill state rep. districts 144, 145, 146 and 147 in Stamford
Who ARE the candidates running for state and federal offices?
Any other issue you want to learn about or want to share your knowledge of...come on out!
Bring your signs, flyers and friends.
Every Friday, from 5-7pm we host a mini tea party rally outdoors at:
GREENWICH YMCA
50 East Putnam Ave
AND...Every Saturday from noon to 2PM we host a mini tea party in front of the Ferguson Library in Stamford, CT. Please come and join us! Bring a friend.
FERGUSON LIBRARY
One Public Library Plaza, Stamford, CT 06904
(Corner of Broad St. & Bedford St.)
FREE PARKING at the municipal garages
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***AND THE MAIN EVENT WE'VE ALL BEEN WAITING FOR***
SUNDAY MAY 23rd
SIGN UP NOW for reduced admission!
THE NETWORKING EVENT OF THE YEAR
There is no better place to meet hundreds of like-minded patriots in the NY, NJ, CT area as ever before. I have been to DC to rally and all over CT attending rallies and meetings and the relationships forged as a result of the tea party movement are so many and so meaningful. This will be an amazing day for all who attend, I promise......
Do you support these values?
Fiscal Responsibility
Individual Rights
Strong National Defense
Constitutional Government
Traditional Values
Limited Government
American Exceptionalism
Devolution of Power
Free Markets
If you do, you need to attend the Grass Roots
Tri-State Liberty Summit
2-6pm Sunday, May 23
Stamford, Connecticut
An afternoon of education, training and inspiration for the 2010 campaign season, from the same grass-roots organization that fueled the Town Hall protests in 2009 and promoted the
Tea Party Declaration of Independence earlier this year.
Speakers include:
Rabbi Aryeh Spero, Caucus for America.
Hans Von Spakovsky, Heritage Foundation scholar and former federal elections official.
Deneen Borelli, Project 21 Fellow and Fox News Contributor
Michael Pento, Chief Economist, Delta Global Advisors and frequent CNBC guest.
Michael Illions, Conservatives with Attitude.
Workshops will focus on:
Election law and strategies.
Successful political campaigning.
The Left’s 100-year war on our Republic.
How to fight the RINOs and win.
Making the media work for you.
Location:
Italian Center of Stamford
1620 Newfield Ave.
Stamford, CT 06905
(203) 322-6941
Right Principles PAC will use proceeds to support candidates who stand for our nine Core Principles listed above.• • • • • • • • • •
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Announcing a new Meetup for Connecticut Supports Peter Schiff for U.S. Senate (CT)!
What: Milford Memorial Day Parade
When: Sunday, May 30, 2010 2:00 PM
Where:
Milford Green
33 Broad Street
Milford, CT 06460
203-878-6647
We need Schiffheads to represent Peter at the Memorial Day Parade in Milford!
We may be able to march in the parade.
Details TBA!
Learn more here:
http://www.meetup.com/CT-Supports-Peter-Schiff-for-U-S-Senate/calendar/13461781/
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And some tea partying from around the country...
Hooray for PA, too...Arlen Spector fired.
Hooray For Utah; Boo For Indiana
Column by Chuck Baldwin
The Tea Party in Utah flexed its muscle over the weekend and booted longtime establishment Republican senator, Bob Bennett, from office. Hooray! (Now, Arizona, please do America a favor and show John McCain the door!) Unfortunately, Tea Party activists were unsuccessful in Indiana, as longtime establishment Republican, Dan Coats, defeated the principled patriot, John Hostettler. Boo!
Predictably, mainstream Republican spokesmen are lamenting Bennett’s ouster, saying Bennett was a true conservative, touting an 80% ranking in the American Conservative Union (ACU) index. However, the ACU index is completely irrelevant to the true measure of a congressman’s fidelity to constitutional government. The index that people should pay attention to is the Freedom Index (formerly called the Conservative Index) at The New American magazine. This index is far and away more accurate in determining a congressman or senator’s fidelity to limited government. In this index, Bennett’s latest rating was a pathetic 50.
Bennett needed to go; the good people of Utah did America a great favor by showing him the door. I trust and pray that this is an indication of how the November elections will fare. I would have been extremely optimistic that this might be the case, except for the miserable election results recorded in Indiana. Dan Coats is merely another establishment neocon in the similitude of Bob Bennett.
In the 105th Congress, Coats’ final rating was a dismal 55 in The New American’s index. On the other hand, John Hostettler’s last ranking stood at 85. Hostettler deserved the enthusiastic support of Tea Partiers throughout Indiana. It is tragic that he lost to someone such as the neocon, Dan Coats. Therefore, what was gained in Utah was lost in Indiana.
And this is going to be the danger for the Tea Party movement this year: If Tea Party activists do not truly understand the issues of limited government, or if they are fooled by establishment politicians, or if they fail to materialize at the polls on election day, all that will happen is one Big Government neocon will be replaced with another Big Government neocon. And, as Sonny and Cher used to sing, “The Beat Goes On.”
Proponents of limited government already had a setback in Texas when establishment neocon Rick Perry defeated Debra Medina. Obviously, Tea Party favorite Sarah Palin campaigned hard for Perry, an another Tea Party “leader,” Glenn Beck, did a hatchet job on Medina on his TV show, characterizing her has a “Truther” (with the associated vitriolic condemnation that such a person must be awful). Now, Texas is stuck with the same old same old establishment neocon.
This is why I again warn Tea Partiers to be very cautious of Palin and Beck. They promote limited government on one hand and then turn around and promote Big Government candidates on the other hand. If Tea Partiers do not grow a large head of discernment quickly, Washington insiders will quickly neuter both their voices and their votes.
Perhaps the biggest threat to the Tea Party movement is Newt Gingrich. Be alert, Tea Partiers: Gingrich is not a friend to limited government. He is a wolf in sheep’s clothing. He proved that in 1995 when he (almost single-handedly) destroyed the Conservative Revolution of 1994. He will do the same to the Tea Party movement in 2010, if he is given the opportunity. Avoid him like the plague!
There are scores (probably hundreds) of great constitutionalist candidates running for State and federal offices this year. It is critical that Tea Partiers learn who they are and turn out in force to support them in the various primary elections. If we wait until the general elections in November, most of the good candidates will already have been defeated, and we will be left with the same old choice between Tweedledee and Tweedledum. That was a big problem in Indiana: voter turnout was anemic.

Believe me, Big Government pariahs are watching the elections of 2010 intently. By electing solid constitutionalists en masse (at both the State and federal levels) this year, Tea Partiers could literally ignite a modern revolution–a revolution of freedom and constitutional government rivaling the Tea Party of 1773–that could continue right on through the 2012 elections.

On the other hand, if establishment types such as Gingrich, Coats, Perry, McCain, etc., are allowed to beguile Tea Partiers, the revolution for limited government will be dead by midnight on November 2. Furthermore, it is extremely important that Tea Partiers not be conned by the major media into neglecting their State elections. Electing principled constitutionalists to State office is probably more important than who we elect to federal office. State sovereignty and freedom issues are mushrooming all over America, and truly our liberties will ultimately be won or lost at the State level.

The elections in Utah and Indiana send mixed signals. While Utah heralds great hope, Indiana portends more Big Government–all the Tea Party hype notwithstanding. Which Tea Party will show up next time? It’s anyone’s guess. All I know is, the stakes could not be higher. Whichever way the elections go in 2010 will probably determine the rise or fall of freedom in America.
I pray the Tea Party of 2010 is worthy of the Tea Party of 1773.
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SAVE THE DATES:
Announcing a new Meetup for Connecticut Supports Peter Schiff for U.S. Senate (CT)!
What: Seymour Founder's Day
When: Sunday, June 6, 2010 10:00 AM
Where: (A location has not been chosen yet.)
We need Schiffheads to come to the Seymour Founder's Day and campaign for Peter!
On June 6, 2010 (Rain Date: June 13, 2010), the Town of Seymour will hold it's First Founders Day event. It will be a day of education and celebration of Seymour’s rich history, past & present. It will be a day of community pride, entertainment and family fun for all its residents and neighboring communities. By showcasing the Town of Seymour, its citizens’ and its rich history can only help further Seymour’s Economic
Development. Proceeds from the event will be donated to the Seymour Historical Society.
***The streets of downtown Seymour will be closed off. Free parking will be available at the Silvermine Industrial Park, with shuttle buses running throughout the day.
Events Include:
1. Show Casing Municipal Services- Police, Fire Department, Ambulance
2. Strand Theatre
1. Film –Great Valley Flood
2. Post Cards of Seymour from years gone by
3. 1944 Film - Parade Welcoming home WW II Vets.
3. History of Seymour - Tours at the Historical Society
4. Entertainment on the Street - Music, Acts, Street Performers
5. Humphreysville Market Place Venders - Antiques, Collectables, Jewelry, Crafts
6. Food Venders
7. Informational Booths - Corporate & Non-Profit
8. Car Show
9. Face Painting
10. Vintage Music Box and Phonograph Display
11. Children’s Activities - 12 Interactive Activities like Moon bouncing, Rock Wall Climbing, etc.
12. Special Surprises
***We need you guys to come by and let the town of Seymour know why they need to vote for Peter Schiff!
Learn more here:
http://www.meetup.com/CT-Supports-Peter-Schiff-for-U-S-Senate/calendar/13461340/
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Announcing a new Meetup for Connecticut Supports Peter Schiff for U.S. Senate (CT)!
What: Branford Festival
When: Saturday, June 19, 2010 9:00 AM
Where:
Branford Green
Main Street
Branford, CT 06405
We need Schiffheads to come campaign for Peter at the Branford Festival!
For information on the festival, visit: http://www.branfordfestival.com/festinfo.htm
Another unique opportunity to meet upwards of 10,000 people from the shore line and New Haven areas.
The festival is an event with music, food , kids activities.
The Branford RTC is sponsoring a booth, which we have doubled in size to allow space for candidates to meet and greet voters.
The booth is located in one of the most optimal spaces on the green for traffic flow.
Peter will be at the RTC booth for part of the day!
We need a bunch of his fans to show up and show off his support!
Learn more here:
http://www.meetup.com/CT-Supports-Peter-Schiff-for-U-S-Senate/calendar/13461465/
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From the land of the free because of the brave,
Monique
Greenwich-Stamford Tea Party Patriots
http://www.gstpp.org/
Mobilizing in support of meaningful economic reform that supports entrepreneurship, promotes individual responsibility, respects Constitutional integrity, and depends on American ingenuity over expansive governmental growth and spending.
GREENWICH/STAMFORD TEA PARTY PATRIOTS

EVENTS NEWSLETTER
MAY 19-MAY 25
Highlight from the past week...it was a busy one, wheeew!
Mini tea party rallies in Greenwich on Friday and Stamford on Saturday...are you voting in the primary in August?
"Why should I. They go down to Washington and they get corrupted like the rest of them."
DON'T LET THEM GIVE UP ON AMERICA!
We let them know about the great candidates that we have this year to choose from. We taught them how their voices can be truly heard via the primary process. As tea party patriots we have a duty to educate our fellow citizens and encourage them to take positive action to restore liberty. It's time to step up.
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Sunday, May 16th Norwalk Tea Party's First Rally
http://www.ctpost.com/default/article/Norwalk-Tea-Party-urges-conservatives-to-be-489229.php
The CT Post said 100 people attended. The Norwalk Hour reported "about 200" so you decide. And a correction...Greenwich/Stamford Tea Party Patriots was established January 27th, 2010.
The message of the tea party movement is fiscal responsibility, constitutionally limited government and free markets. This message is resonating with Republicans, Independents and Republicans alike.
Tea partiers are coming to turn the elephant around.....
Get registered and grab your peanuts!
Friends,
The Merkle for Congress campaign is attracting Independent, Unaffiliated, and Democrat voters who are disaffected and unhappy with the direction of our country and ‘politics as usual’ in Washington. We welcome their support. Our message of small government and fiscal responsibility transcends political party. Below is a letter from a new Republican, sent to her local newspaper.
April 26, 2010
To the Editor,
Today, I visited the office of the Registrar of Voters to sign up as a Republican. I’ve been an Independent for many years and had planned to stay that way. My views had never found a home in either party. Then I saw and heard Rob Merkle speak. His values of limited government, fiscal responsibility, free markets, individual freedom and adherence to the Constitution sounded like a breath of fresh air.
…. “If this is the new Republican Party, then count me in!” .…
Rob will have a tough Primary fight on August 10th against the “Old Guard.” We can help him by registering as Republicans and voting in the Primary. Please help get the word out. We need people like Rob to bring some common sense and integrity back to Congress.
Linda Lavelle
Ridgefield, CT
DEADLINE FOR REGISTRATION FOR THE REPUBLICAN PRIMARY
In order to be eligible to vote in the Republican Primary scheduled for August 10, 2010, you must be a registered Republican.
If you are currently registered as a Democrat, Independent or other party (other than Unaffiliated), the deadline to change your party affiliation and register as a Republican is May 10, 2010.
If you are currently unregistered or registered as Unaffiliated, the deadline to register as a Republican is noon, August 9th, 2010.
To CHANGE YOUR PARTY AFFILIATION, please download the form here, fill it out and mail/take it to your Town Registrar of Voters office, typically located in Town Hall, NO LATER THAN MAY 10th, 2010. Be certain to check the box labeled “Party Enrollment Change,” illustrated below:
If you are currently NOT REGISTERED FOR ANY PARTY, please download the form here, fill it out and mail/take it to your Town Registrar of Voters office, typically located in Town Hall, NO LATER THAN AUGUST 9th, 2010. Be certain to check the box labeled “New Voter Registration,” as illustrated below.
In both cases, also be sure to fill in “Yes” and “Republican” as illustrated below, in Box #9.”
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Monday, May 17th
Our regularly scheduled meeting. Our meet and greet with Phil Balestriere brought out the passion in another candidate running for office. Phil is running to unseat incumbent Carlo Leone in his District 148 in Stamford. Phil says, "if I'm not pissing someone off, I'm not doing my job." He's going to Hartford to tear the government apart brick by brick. (And maybe we could send those bricks to AZ to put up a wall down there.) Repeal it, cut spending, stop taxing. He's serious!
e-mail Phil at balestrierep@yahoo.com to help him win a seat back in Hartford.
Tuesday, May 18, 2010
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact Vivian Rockwell 860 671-1653
PETER's ACCEPTANCE SPEECH: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jvqP0M2w9do
SCHIFF ENDORSED BY GRASSROOTS LEADERS
AT STATE CAPITOL PRESS CONFERENCE
At a press conference this morning on the steps of the state capitol in Hartford, leaders of prominent grassroots conservative groups throughout Connecticut endorsed the candidacy of Peter Schiff for the United States Senate. Schiff was on hand to receive the endorsement, and to reaffirm his commitment to the common-sense economic principles that have made him a favorite of tea party activists and other concerned citizens.
"No candidate in America better understands the fiscal mess we are in than Peter Schiff," said Vivian Rockwell, cofounder of Distressed Patriots for America. "The Washington establishment pretends we can borrow our way out of debt. Peter Schiff knows we must face facts and cut spending. He has the courage and the financial expertise to tackle our economic woes.”
"Unlike one of Peter Schiff’s liberal Republican opponents, he is not a career politician, but a knowledgeable patriot determined to rein in the cost and scope of government. He speaks directly to the concerns that have inspired the tea party movement. Peter recognizes the need to address our crushing national debt and protect the value of the dollar. He is not out to buy the Senate seat as one of his other Republican opponents, but as evidenced here today, he has garnered the respect and support of ordinary Connecticut taxpayers who are fed up with the way politicians in Washington are dismantling our Constitution by steadily stealing our freedoms while being anything but transparent in the process. Peter will term limit himself to just one term. He possess economic knowledge far beyond all presently seated in the United States Senate. Peter will not just promise to represent the citizens of Connecticut; he actually will represent us."
Joining in the endorsement were leaders from the Hartford, Stratford, and Stamford/Greenwich tea party groups, the Connecticut Patriot Alliance, Right Principles, the Independence Caucus, Distressed Patriots for America, Connecticut Resistance, and Dump Dodd.
"The people are ready to support candidates who will reduce spending and restore fiscal sanity," said Rockwell. "They've been rallying for over a year in support of limited government, personal liberty, and economic freedom. The good news is that we have men and women seeking state and federal office who share our vision and merit our support.”
"Peter Schiff embodies many of the principles of the tea party movement. We are blessed to have him in Connecticut, and we are proud to support him. We ask the delegates to the Republican Party Convention this weekend to join us in backing Peter Schiff."
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ACTIVITIES FOR THIS WEEK:
LEGISLATIVE ALERT: TAKE ACTION NOW!
Congress already has the right to veto regulations from unelected bureaucrats, that power resides in the Congressional Review Act.
Senator Murkowski R-AK is trying to force a vote that would close the door on the EPA’s global warming regulations, According to Sen. Murkowski’s office, the vote on SJ Res. 26 should be happening before Congress goes on their memorial break, we need to help get that vote to the floor.
SJ Res.26 (Easy read, only 2 pages)
The current vote count is:
Yeas – 41
Nays – 38
These are the Senators that are either swing votes or leaning Nay. Please call them letting them know that Congress has the power to stop the EPA and they need to use it now.
We need to get these Senators to vote Yea on SJ Res. 26
Talking Points
Reading Material:
EPA's Global Warming Regulations: A Threat to American Agriculture
Small Business Impact of the EPA Endangerment Finding
EPA’s Fuel Efficiency Standards: Bad News for the Consumer
Rockefeller Takes on the EPA, Sort Of
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CT LEGISLATIVE ACTION ALERT:
CALL GOV. RELL NOW 1-800-406-1527
Two days and counting, until CT energy bill takes law, unless Gov. Rell vetos the bill. If she doesn't veto it, our electric bills will skyrocket. The clock is ticking Governor. Do the right thing and veto the bill NOW!
A FACEBOOK COMMENTARY FROM DAN LOVALLO's PAGE. PLEASE CALL GOV RELL'S OFFICE NOW FOR VETOR OF SB 493
Comment: There is a BRIGHT side to this stupid bill. The poor folk that use the services WE pay dearly for will still be able to watch tv because the utility co. cannot shut them off. Maybe I can go watch tv with them at night. Are they watching CSpanII?
Comment: So I just called Jodi Rell's office and asked if she was going to Veto this, I was told she has made no public comment yet, I told the staff I wanted her to veto it and began to explain why and was told they don't need any reason why, they are keeping track of the callers for/against Call her at 1 860-524-7397 and tell her to veto the latest Energy Bill
Monique Thomas I was informed by Gov Rell's office the number above is for the hearing impaired. I don't know if that was of some snarky intent to provide this number listed above considering that they don't want to hear our reasons for our discontent. But, in any case they would prefer to be called at their toll free number 1-800-406-1527.
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TELLING IT LIKE A TEA PARTY PATRIOT...
Chris Christie sticking it to the press.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=heb3mQW34BY
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PETER SCHIFF for US SENATE dlupo@schiffforsenate.com
DUFFY ACEVEDO for GOVERNOR
Would any of you mind help getting this word out--- Thanks so much!
Needed-folks to come to Fairfield to pick up petitions between 4-8, or my staff can email them. We need people at the Republican Convention to petition the people for our campaign this Friday and Saturday. Call Steve @ 203-515-7581. Petitions can be picked up at the following locations: Oldfield Senior Center McKinley ...School, Fairfield Warde High School,Holland Hill Elementary School, -Sherman Elementary School
BARRY HAINES for STATE SENATE 27th www.haines2010.com 203-912-6589
Contact any of the campaigns above to lend them a hand to get on the ballot in November. Give the people a chance for a choice. The status quo has gotta go.
Republicans are needed to get signatures from Republicans in districts all across the district and the state. Take a nice walk around your neighborhood and collect signatures to promote a healthy election process
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Wednesday, May 19th
RED ALERT: PRESCOTT BUSH AWARD DINNER RALLY
We are gathering from 5:15-7:00pm
Stamford Plaza Hotel
2701 Summer Street
Stamford, Connecticut
Let's greet the GOP. Many Delegates and super delegates and candidates will be attending one of the most prestigious Republican events of the year.
Let's show them who the grassroots support. Bring your favorite candidates signs for a warm-up to the convention on Friday.
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Thursday, May 20 ---Norwalk RTC Meeting 7:30
Norwalk Inn
East Main Street
Norwalk, CT
This one may prove to be one of the most interesting meetings of the year. The Norwalk Tea Party Inaugural Rally made a mark on the political landscape in Norwalk. The tea party movement is getting the elephant's attention. What's going on under the tent? Come and find out.
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Friday, May 21st
GRASSROOTS ALLIANCE RALLY
11:30-2:00pm
HARTFORD DELEGATES CONVENTION
at the Convention Center, Downtown Hartford
Come out and join hundreds of tea partiers and members of the CT Grassroots Alliance as we show support for our favorite candidates. Who do we want on the ballot in November?
Rob Merkle and Peter Schiff, Martha Dean and Corey Brinson to name a few. We are gathering outside to let the delegates know who we, the people, want to represent us. It's THE PEOPLE's ELECTION this time.
Bus transportation is being looked into for the event. If interested please reply to this e-mail.
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MINI TEA PARTIES: Educating ourselves and others on the issues in regularly scheduled outdoor events. Enjoy the beautiful weather and get some fresh air and sunshine.
HOT TOPICS-
Arizona immigration law SB1070
Financial Stability Act aka Tarp II
Seeking candidates to fill state rep. districts 144, 145, 146 and 147 in Stamford
Who ARE the candidates running for state and federal offices?
Any other issue you want to learn about or want to share your knowledge of...come on out!
Bring your signs, flyers and friends.
Every Friday, from 5-7pm we host a mini tea party rally outdoors at:
GREENWICH YMCA
50 East Putnam Ave
AND...Every Saturday from noon to 2PM we host a mini tea party in front of the Ferguson Library in Stamford, CT. Please come and join us! Bring a friend.
FERGUSON LIBRARY
One Public Library Plaza, Stamford, CT 06904
(Corner of Broad St. & Bedford St.)
FREE PARKING at the municipal garages
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***AND THE MAIN EVENT WE'VE ALL BEEN WAITING FOR***
SUNDAY MAY 23rd
SIGN UP NOW for reduced admission!
THE NETWORKING EVENT OF THE YEAR
There is no better place to meet hundreds of like-minded patriots in the NY, NJ, CT area as ever before. I have been to DC to rally and all over CT attending rallies and meetings and the relationships forged as a result of the tea party movement are so many and so meaningful. This will be an amazing day for all who attend, I promise......
Do you support these values?
Fiscal Responsibility
Individual Rights
Strong National Defense
Constitutional Government
Traditional Values
Limited Government
American Exceptionalism
Devolution of Power
Free Markets
If you do, you need to attend the Grass Roots
Tri-State Liberty Summit
2-6pm Sunday, May 23
Stamford, Connecticut
An afternoon of education, training and inspiration for the 2010 campaign season, from the same grass-roots organization that
fueled the Town Hall protests in 2009 and promoted the
Tea Party Declaration of Independence earlier this year.
Speakers include:
Rabbi Aryeh Spero, Caucus for America.
Hans Von Spakovsky, Heritage Foundation scholar and former federal elections official.
Deneen Borelli, Project 21 Fellow and Fox News Contributor
Michael Pento, Chief Economist, Delta Global Advisors and frequent CNBC guest.
Michael Illions, Conservatives with Attitude.
Workshops will focus on:
Election law and strategies.
Successful political campaigning.
The Left’s 100-year war on our Republic.
How to fight the RINOs and win.
Making the media work for you.
Location:
Italian Center of Stamford
1620 Newfield Ave.
Stamford, CT 06905
(203) 322-6941
Right Principles PAC will use proceeds to support candidates who stand for our nine Core Principles listed above.• • • • • • • • • •
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Announcing a new Meetup for Connecticut Supports Peter Schiff for U.S. Senate (CT)!
What: Milford Memorial Day Parade
When: Sunday, May 30, 2010 2:00 PM
Where:
Milford Green
33 Broad Street
Milford, CT 06460
203-878-6647
We need Schiffheads to represent Peter at the Memorial Day Parade in Milford!
We may be able to march in the parade.
Details TBA!
Learn more here:
http://www.meetup.com/CT-Supports-Peter-Schiff-for-U-S-Senate/calendar/13461781/
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And some tea partying from around the country...
Hooray for PA, too...Arlen Spector fired.
Hooray For Utah; Boo For Indiana
Column by Chuck Baldwin
The Tea Party in Utah flexed its muscle over the weekend and booted longtime establishment Republican senator, Bob Bennett, from office. Hooray! (Now, Arizona, please do America a favor and show John McCain the door!) Unfortunately, Tea Party activists were unsuccessful in Indiana, as longtime establishment Republican, Dan Coats, defeated the principled patriot, John Hostettler. Boo!
Predictably, mainstream Republican spokesmen are lamenting Bennett’s ouster, saying Bennett was a true conservative, touting an 80% ranking in the American Conservative Union (ACU) index. However, the ACU index is completely irrelevant to the true measure of a congressman’s fidelity to constitutional government. The index that people should pay attention to is the Freedom Index (formerly called the Conservative Index) at The New American magazine. This index is far and away more accurate in determining a congressman or senator’s fidelity to limited government. In this index, Bennett’s latest rating was a pathetic 50.
Bennett needed to go; the good people of Utah did America a great favor by showing him the door. I trust and pray that this is an indication of how the November elections will fare. I would have been extremely optimistic that this might be the case, except for the miserable election results recorded in Indiana. Dan Coats is merely another establishment neocon in the similitude of Bob Bennett.
In the 105th Congress, Coats’ final rating was a dismal 55 in The New American’s index. On the other hand, John Hostettler’s last ranking stood at 85. Hostettler deserved the enthusiastic support of Tea Partiers throughout Indiana. It is tragic that he lost to someone such as the neocon, Dan Coats. Therefore, what was gained in Utah was lost in Indiana.
And this is going to be the danger for the Tea Party movement this year: If Tea Party activists do not truly understand the issues of limited government, or if they are fooled by establishment politicians, or if they fail to materialize at the polls on election day, all that will happen is one Big Government neocon will be replaced with another Big Government neocon. And, as Sonny and Cher used to sing, “The Beat Goes On.”
Proponents of limited government already had a setback in Texas when establishment neocon Rick Perry defeated Debra Medina. Obviously, Tea Party favorite Sarah Palin campaigned hard for Perry, and another Tea Party “leader,” Glenn Beck, did a hatchet job on Medina on his TV show, characterizing her has a “Truther” (with the associated vitriolic condemnation that such a person must be awful). Now, Texas is stuck with the same old same old establishment neocon.
This is why I again warn Tea Partiers to be very cautious of Palin and Beck. They promote limited government on one hand and then turn around and promote Big Government candidates on the other hand. If Tea Partiers do not grow a large head of discernment quickly, Washington insiders will quickly neuter both their voices and their votes.
Perhaps the biggest threat to the Tea Party movement is Newt Gingrich. Be alert, Tea Partiers: Gingrich is not a friend to limited government. He is a wolf in sheep’s clothing. He proved that in 1995 when he (almost single-handedly) destroyed the Conservative Revolution of 1994. He will do the same to the Tea Party movement in 2010, if he is given the opportunity. Avoid him like the plague!
There are scores (probably hundreds) of great constitutionalist candidates running for State and federal offices this year. It is critical that Tea Partiers learn who they are and turn out in force to support them in the various primary elections. If we wait until the general elections in November, most of the good candidates will already have been defeated, and we will be left with the same old choice between Tweedledee and Tweedledum. That was a big problem in Indiana: voter turnout was anemic.
Believe me, Big Government pariahs are watching the elections of 2010 intently. By electing solid constitutionalists en masse (at both the State and federal levels) this year, Tea Partiers could literally ignite a modern revolution–a revolution of freedom and constitutional government rivaling the Tea Party of 1773–that could continue right on through the 2012 elections.
On the other hand, if establishment types such as Gingrich, Coats, Perry, McCain, etc., are allowed to beguile Tea Partiers, the revolution for limited government will be dead by midnight on November 2. Furthermore, it is extremely important that Tea Partiers not be conned by the major media into neglecting their State elections. Electing principled constitutionalists to State office is probably more important than who we elect to federal office. State sovereignty and freedom issues are mushrooming all over America, and truly our liberties will ultimately be won or lost at the State level.
The elections in Utah and Indiana send mixed signals. While Utah heralds great hope, Indiana portends more Big Government–all the Tea Party hype notwithstanding. Which Tea Party will show up next time? It’s anyone’s guess. All I know is, the stakes could not be higher. Whichever way the elections go in 2010 will probably determine the rise or fall of freedom in America.
I pray the Tea Party of 2010 is worthy of the Tea Party of 1773.
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SAVE THE DATES:
Announcing a new Meetup for Connecticut Supports Peter Schiff for U.S. Senate (CT)!
What: Seymour Founder's Day
When: Sunday, June 6, 2010 10:00 AM
Where: (A location has not been chosen yet.)
We need Schiffheads to come to the Seymour Founder's Day and campaign for Peter!
On June 6, 2010 (Rain Date: June 13, 2010), the Town of Seymour will hold it's First Founders Day event. It will be a day of education and celebration of Seymour’s rich history, past & present. It will be a day of community pride, entertainment and family fun for all its residents and neighboring communities. By showcasing the Town of Seymour, its citizens’ and its rich history can only help further Seymour’s Economic Development. Proceeds from the event will be donated to the Seymour Historical Society.
***The streets of downtown Seymour will be closed off. Free parking will be available at the Silvermine Industrial Park, with shuttle buses running throughout the day.
Events Include:
1. Show Casing Municipal Services- Police, Fire Department, Ambulance
2. Strand Theatre
1. Film –Great Valley Flood
2. Post Cards of Seymour from years gone by
3. 1944 Film - Parade Welcoming home WW II Vets.
3. History of Seymour - Tours at the Historical Society
4. Entertainment on the Street - Music, Acts, Street Performers
5. Humphreysville Market Place Venders - Antiques, Collectables, Jewelry, Crafts
6. Food Venders
7. Informational Booths - Corporate & Non-Profit
8. Car Show
9. Face Painting
10. Vintage Music Box and Phonograph Display
11. Children’s Activities - 12 Interactive Activities like Moon bouncing, Rock Wall Climbing, etc.
12. Special Surprises
***We need you guys to come by and let the town of Seymour know why they need to vote for Peter
Schiff!
Learn more here:
http://www.meetup.com/CT-Supports-Peter-Schiff-for-U-S-Senate/calendar/13461340/
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Announcing a new Meetup for Connecticut Supports Peter Schiff for U.S. Senate (CT)!
What: Branford Festival
When: Saturday, June 19, 2010 9:00 AM
Where:
Branford Green
Main Street
Branford, CT 06405
We need Schiffheads to come campaign for Peter at the Branford Festival!
For information on the festival, visit: http://www.branfordfestival.com/festinfo.htm
Another unique opportunity to meet upwards of 10,000 people from the shore line and New Haven areas.
The festival is an event with music, food , kids activities.
The Branford RTC is sponsoring a booth, which we have doubled in size to allow space for candidates to meet and greet voters.
The booth is located in one of the most optimal spaces on the green for traffic flow.
Peter will be at the RTC booth for part of the day!
We need a bunch of his fans to show up and show off his support!
Learn more here:
http://www.meetup.com/CT-Supports-Peter-Schiff-for-U-S-Senate/calendar/13461465/
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From the land of the free because of the brave,
Monique
Greenwich-Stamford Tea Party Patriots
http://www.gstpp.org/
Mobilizing in support of meaningful economic reform that supports entrepreneurship, promotes individual responsibility, respects Constitutional integrity, and depends on American ingenuity over expansive governmental growth and spending.
"NOT GOD DAMN AMERICA, BUT GOD BLESS AMERICA!"...today and always!
May the Lord Bless and keep us,
Reverend Barbara Sexton
"The Biblical Biochemist-Where Science Meets the Cross"
www.DearOnesHealingMinistry.blogspot.com

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