Thank you for your messages inviting us to your meetings. Things are really tight right now, what with my husband's company not doing any business since we got our new "hope and change" As soon as we can, we will come to one of your meetings.
I met Chuck & Mike Huckabee in NH when Mike H was campaigning, I have been tring to email them both to see if they would speak at the rally, Sean Fagan said if I can get Chuck to come on the 15th he would pay my way there other wise I will not be able to make it. winter, work & the economy have been very unkind to my Family this year.
But I have hope :O}
Can you Carry a sign on my behalf :O}
Thanks Laura. Yes, I've been silently taking them in, some reading more thoroughly than others. I did see some activity with new candidates to run on the GOP ticket. I currently do not put much stock in the local GOP's endorsement of the Fairtax, among other far-from-reality dream bills for they are as beholden to their friends as the Democrats at the higher offices, and I believe there are hidden agendas at the local levels, GOP as well as Democrats. Holding on to the status quo. Some might actually share the sentiment, but I believe some are dead set against it as they want to get to D.C. to get their goodies just like the last guy. The FairTax puts a stop to the primary reasons they raise millions for a congressional campaign and even more for senate seats. hehe.. :) I'm just a ray of sunshine this morning. Sorry. I just see an uphill battle that must be forced into play by the will of the people.. This will be the ONLY way, I believe.
That said, if enough at one time infiltrate and win house seats, that would be a great opportunity for at least media push. Because of other reasons, poor Carl was so unelectable. The illegal alien business and anti-drug push made him look like a racist. Heath didn't even have to work hard against those.
So at local district forums, pushing the topic in front of potential candidates with force of a large perceived voter base, is a very good thing. Open expression of the will of the people as perceived by potential candidates is pretty important I think.
I'd be interested in reasons why those chosen were no-shows.. From their own mouths, on the record.
.. Sorry, too much French Roast this morning. Nice to hear from you again.
its going pretty good Im almost done with my first semester at college. but the the fair tax group didn't work so well. I had to start a club to get access to the campus, but I just couldn't get enough people involved or interested. especially since running it in joint with the democrat and republican clubs got shot down, on both sides, and i had to find students specifically interested in the fairtax. it was a sad wakeup call but I have not given up ill let it sit until I can get some funds raised and then ill see what a little campaigning can do for the club and maybe before i graduate I can bring a rally to NCSU. (crossing my fingers)
Thanks for everything you are doing for Tim and GOOOH. I'm going to help him out in Arizona.. seems there will be a huge event like 1,000 or so and doing candidate selection sessions for hundreds.
Keep up your GREAT work!
Hi Laura- I think your brother, Jim, is my neighbor. I've been on your email list since Bel Chere and believe a consumption tax is the first step toward a real answer to America's broken system. I'll make a monthly meeting as soon as a soccer practice is cancelled on that day, and I'll help where I can. Now all I do is advertise the idea.
yes thank you very much. I am currently in the process of getting a students for fair taxation club organized on campus to get more man power behind my rally and gain access to the campus for fairtax programs. I may in the future consult your wisdom again. Thank you for your support.