The Tea Party Patriots presents–
Audit The IRS Rally June 19th Noon – US Capitol West Lawn
Glenn Beck, Senator Mike Lee, Rep. Michele Bachmann, Senator Ted Cruz, Senator Rand Paul, Jenny Beth Martin, Rep. Steve King, Rep. Dave Camp, Rep. Louie Gohmert, Rep. Jim Jordan, Rep. Tim Huelskamp, Rep. Jim Bridenstine, Rep. John Fleming, Rep. Tom Graves, Rep. Tom Price, Rep. Mike Kelly, Rep. Matt Salmon, Tea Party Leaders, Dana Loesch, Steve Bannon, Sonnie Johnson, Jim Hoft, Niger Innis and Andrew Marcus.
What: Audit the IRS Rally
When: Wednesday, June 19, 2013 from Noon – 2pm
Where: West Lawn of the US Capitol
Missouri state Senator Maria Chappelle-Nadal wants parents to notify schools if they own a gun.
Chappelle-Nadal proposed bill SB124:
“This act requires a parent or guardian to notify a school district, or the governing body of a private or charter school, that he or she owns a firearm within 30 days of enrolling the child in school or becoming the owner of a firearm.”
Ann Romney entered the Tampa Bay Times Forum to thunderous applause and cheers. Her speech focused on the strengths exemplified in mothers — working or no — and their efforts not just in holding the home together but holding the country together. Her speech was a stark contrast to the left’s demonizing portrayal of Republican women.
“It’s the moms who’ve always had to work a little hard to make everything right,” she remarked, “It’s the the moms who hold this country together.”
Her message was one of empowerment, not victimhood. She opened by asking for prayers for those in Tropical Storm Issac’s path, then launched into a shot against the rhetoric of “war on women” from the Obama campaign.
She received a standing ovation when she asked: “A storybook marriage? Not at all. Mitt and I have a real marriage.”
“You may not agree with Mitt’s positions or his politics… only 13% of Massachusetts is Republican, so it’s not like it’s a surprise to me,” she said, before promising, “no one will work harder than Mitt Romney to make this country a better place to live.” It echoes the question conservatives have been asking for months: can you honestly say that you’re better off now than you were four years ago?”
“Mitt Romney was not handed his success,” Romney stated. “He built it!” Her words directly contradicted President Obama’s stereotype of the Republican candidate: “Mitt doesn’t like to talk about how he helps others. He sees it as a privilege, not a talking point.” After listing his accomplishments in Massachusetts, Mrs. Romney proclaimed, “this is the man America needs… This man will not fail.”
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Nugent called on the NRA attendees to go home and recruit “everybody in your lives to clean house in this vile, evil, America-hating administration.”
“If you can’t galvanize and promote and recruit people to vote for Mitt Romney, we’re done. We’ll be a suburb of Indonesia next year,” Nugent said. “Our president, attorney general, vice president, Hillary Clinton–they’re criminals. They’re criminals. Who doesn’t know the crimes our government are committing?”
“If Barack Obama becomes the president in November, again, I will be either be dead or in jail by this time next year,” Nugent added.
“And if you take that adamant ‘we the people’ defiance,” Nugent continued, “We’re Americans because we defy the king. We didn’t negotiate and compromise with the king. We defied the emperors. We are patriots. We are bravehearts.”
He concluded with a battle metaphor: “We need to ride into that battlefield and chop their heads off in November! Any questions?”