@TeaPartyNu gear #teaFTW
@TeaPartyNu gear #teaFTW
“Could he really be the One?” Read Lexington’s article, Sex and pizzas. The fairy tale of a political original heads towards a sticky end.
You are welcome to join us on December 16 for a celebration of the Boston Tea Party on December 16, 1773. We want to commemorate the Sons of Liberty with a toast and a tea party. Here is an excerpt from our press release:
The reason for launching it on the Fourth of July, is to celebrate the foundation of the United States of America initiated by the patriots called Sons of Liberty. The Boston Tea Party event has an important role in the development of the American Revolution that led to the Declaration of independence.
You are welcome to join the “Tea Party Now” revolution at TeaParty.Nu (nu = now in Swedish)!
The spirit of the “Tea Party Now” movement and the mission of “connecting tea enthusiasts” is illustrated with the TeaParty.nu logotype created by John Cox.
(MyPRGenie.com, July 28, 2011.)
and now a word from Mitt Romney…
The libertarian insurgents are currently gathered around Andrew Ian Dodge, a science-fiction writer and amateur rocker (with a penchant for writing lyrics about reducing the size of government), who serves as the unpaid coordinator for Maine’s Tea Party Patriots. Unlike folks on the Christian right, he and his allies aren’t tied in to a network of endowed think tanks, private universities, and broadcasting outlets that help to amplify their message. And Dodge is skeptical of groups like the Tea Party Express, which, he says, is “a Republican front run by Republican apparatchiks.” As an outsider, he’s enjoying having a chance at being on the inside, and he’s not going to give up his seat so easily. “Look at me: I’m a hairy guy with an earring. It’s a new environment on the American right where someone like me fits in, one driven not by an individual but by a core belief system.” A belief system that is made up of the nonreligious tenets of fiscal responsibility, free-market economics, and limited government, according to Dodge. (The Newsweek, December 1, 2010.)
I must say that Andrew Ian Dodge seems to be in good spirits here at the St Louis Tea Party on 9/12, 2010. Maybe he would enjoy a Long Island Iced Tea or some other Tequila drink at the Tea Party?
I think that John Cox would say “yes” to a “cold one” at the next tea party event with Andrew Ian Dodge and give a shout out to the true spirit of Tea Party movement with the following words: “Yeah, Baby!” John Cox has made the graphics for www.ElectTheDodge.com. We at TeaParty.nu are preparing for a Tea Party Revolution and will continue to brew a strong cup of tea for the supporters of the Tea Party movement…
I asked in the post, Wednesday Wrap with John Cox, if you were interested in getting TeaParty.nu gear. We have now opened a shop at CafePress. We are thinking of including TeaParty.nu stuff in the future Tea Club / Tea Tank membership. How would you want to support our work at TeaParty.nu?
Would you be interested to become an “advertisement pillar” and wear gear with the TeaParty.nu logotype?