Stand up for TX Taxpayers Rally in Austin, Wed., April 6, 2011

STAND UP FOR TEXAS TAXPAYERS
on Wed., April 6, 2011 in Austin:
“Tighten your belt, Texas” Day at the Capitol

11 a.m. Press Conference on the NORTH STEPS of the Texas Capitol, followed by legislative office visits.
DETAILS: 11 a.m. Press Conference on the NORTH STEPS of the Texas Capitol, followed by a briefing with information in the Legislative Conference Center, Room E2.002 inside the Capitol extension.

NOTE: we usually gather at the South steps – this time we will be on the other side, the North side of the Capitol closer to the extension.


JIM & I WILL TRY TO BE THERE! PLEASE ATTEND IF YOU CAN!

Even if you can’t attend in Austin on Wednesday, please try to volunteer and attend at the April 16th Tea Party in the Woodlands! KWTP is co-sponsoring this event–lets make a great showing and prove to everyone that the TEA PARTY IS ALIVE AND GROWING STRONGER!

Signs with saylings like the follwoing are encouraged:

“MORE MONEY DOES NOT EQUAL BETTER EDUCATION”

“ISD’s FIRE TEACHERS INSTEAD OF BUREAUCRATS,
Not TEXAS LEGISLATORS or TEA PARTIES!”


The SPEND, SPEND, SPEND side is heavily lobbying our TX legislators not to cut spending, and to drain the rainy day fund.

We realize you work hard to take care of your family and pay your taxes, but you are needed at the Capitol on Wednesday, April 6 to stand up for the taxpayers!

 We need YOU to come in support of the spending cuts the House will be making and provide support for those in the Senate.

STAND UP and BE COUNTED at the  Capitol on Wednesday, April 6 at 11 a.m.

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Posted on April 4, 2011, in TEA Parties. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. I am from Humble, Texas a town near kingwood. It is just like kingwood to organize and do something like this. I know these people. Just the kind of people who would help deny someone like me, from a small town, the financial aid I need to go to college. A bunch of wealthy, spoiled, fools who believe whats best for them is all that matters.

  2. I’m neither wealthy nor a fool. In short, financial aid is not a government obligation and your stated failure to garner ‘aid’ may in large measure be due to government forays into and control over the ‘aid’ markets.

    I can not stick a gun to your head and demand you pay my bills; neither can you stick a gun to mine. Further, you may not charge our government to do the gun wielding for you.

    Lead, follow or get out of the way.

    L.Lane

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