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Meet Senatorial Candidate George LeMieux, Tues, March 13

March 1, 2012 by  
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From Deanna May, Lake Area Tea Party & FairTax Patriots:

“Tea Party groups and tea party members are invited and encouraged to attend this town hall meeting with former Senator George LeMieux.  Senator LeMieux is a candidate for U.S. Senate, hoping to replace Bill Nelson in the November election.  We all know how important it is that we vet all the candidates for this Senate seat and, as time gets closer to the election, we will not have this much availability to any of the candidates!  Please wear a tea party shirt if you have one.

  This is the time to meet Senator LeMieux – when we – the tea parties, will have plenty of time to speak with him, get our questions answered, and vet him. 

  It is so important that we vet every single candidates for the U.S. Senate seat because whoever wins the primary must send the extremely liberal Bill Nelson home for good. 

  What:   Town hall with Senator George LeMieux, candidate for U.S. Senate

  When:  March 13, 2012

  Time:   6:00 p.m. for tea party members – one-on-one time with the candidate

  Time:   7:00 p.m. for the community – the candidate speaks (okay to come a little earlier)

  Where:  Keystone Heights High School, 900 SW Orchid Avenue, Keystone Heights

  Also in attendance will be Florida Congressman Charles Van Zant and candidate for Clay County Superintendent of Schools Charlie Van Zant.

  If you have any questions, call me at (352) 473-3538 or e-mail me at dmay2013@gmail.com

Deanna May
Lake Area Tea Party & FairTax Patriots

Comments

7 Responses to “Meet Senatorial Candidate George LeMieux, Tues, March 13”
  1. JH says:

    I am a supporter of the Tea Party and a strict Constitutionalist. It is dissapointing, however, to not see something like this: http://reason.com/blog/2012/03/01/bill-passes-house-protests-near-secret-s addressed in this forum.

    It leads me to wonder if it’s because 240 Republican Representatives……some of them Tea Party supported voted for this clear breach of the 1st Amendment.

  2. Rod Gonzalez says:

    JH,

    I like Reason.com but only so much time in the day to research the thousands of bills and legislation that we are bombarded with. Look forward to your submitting info to the group at rod@gainesvilleteaparty.org

    Thanks,

    Rod

  3. Jim says:

    I don’t know much about George LeMieux, and perhaps he would make a good senator, but Connie Mack has the name recognition and the respect to defeat Nelson. http://conniemack.com/ Defeating Nelson is the top priority!

  4. Too much faith has been put in our political and economic system and its ability to survive. The media lies and politicians lie in order to keep Americans from knowing the truth and confront them with real question and solutions. Those who believe the hollow promises of politicians being able to fix our economics ailments are delusional. Ron Paul has been talking about it for three decades and finally many are beginning to pay attention.

    Don’t discard this as nonsense and doomsday rhetoric and watch the video below and the opinion of the top financial official in the United Stated; the Department of the Treasury comptroller. In reality we are now in a much more advance stage of an economic collapse. We have now a 102.47% national debt to GDP. It was only a few short months ago that we reached 100% and we are moving fast toward the end of the cliff. Economists agree that exceeding 100% is the point of no return meaning that it can no longer be fixed. You don’t have to believe all or any of the content of the video but at least ask the politicians real questions and demand real answers with real solutions not political worthless vague redundant abstracts that defy all of the rules of economics.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8XRdAmtNjwo

    The day Americans finally shut off their TV and go to each other for truth and solutions they will begin to solve our problems, until then we will continue to sink deeper into it.

  5. Mary Bird says:

    Connie Mack has been in politics way too long, and I am afraid he is new to conservatism. LeMieux filled in for Charlie Crist and I liked what I saw then, but Rubio walked away with it during the primary.

    I hope to be able to attend the meeting in Keystone Heights.

  6. Susan Baird says:

    I have been following George LeMieux since he was appointed and have been impressed with all of his decisions except 1 – not a bad record. He worked hard against Obamacare – saw him on CNN as part of a team of 4 fighting against this travesty.

    After the primary I will be on the war path of anyone but Nelson and Obama!!!

  7. Paula Helton says:

    George LeMieux was instrumental in implementing Florida’s version of Cap and Trade under Crist. He is also a proponent of High Speed Rail.

    I do not trust him.

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