We hold almost all of our meetings via phone conferencing, broadcast over the web. It's completely free for us, and involves no burdensome costs of any kind for any of the participants. Anyone in the world with an internet connection can listen in, and in many or most instances, join in.
Our people are just regular folks, using what resources they have to try and get their country back.
They aren't sucking on the teat of government, or begging the Republican-Democrat cartel for anything.
They don't receive tens of millions of dollars from the public treasury to run their conventions and buy their booze.
They haven't sold their souls to CNN, or Fox News, or NBC, or CBS, or ABC, or the New York Times.
And they are beholden to none of the money interests.
I would remind you that the founders of this free republic won our independence from Great Britain using hand-written letters, delivered via men on horseback.
I, for one, think we can preserve what they won, and generations before us have preserved, when we have access to communication resources such as cell phones, the internet, free websites, free social networks, free conferencing capabilities, free internet radio, free internet video conferencing, etc.
So, exactly which part of us exercising our God-given, unalienable rights as free Americans do you have a problem with?
How did I know that would be the case.....
I just finished hearing a tape of last night’s debate.
Why would a government with the power to coin money and the power to tax need to borrow money? You have a great question there, Tom, and I sure don’t have an answer! ;-)
Great job as usual. I recommend everyone listen to the tapes of these debates at Talkshoe.com. Lots of good stuff in there. Looking forward to Tuesday!
Keep on keepin on!