1st Congressional District TEA Party Protest

Posted by Dennis Gill   // September 5, 2011   // Comments Off

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1ST CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT T.E.A PARTIES

PLANNED PROTEST RALLY

FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 9TH——–10 AM

On Friday ,September 9th at  10 am  members  of  local  T.E.A  Parties  will  gather  at  the  Tappahannock  office  of  Congressman  Rob  Wittman  to    protest  his  recent  actions  on  two  hot  button  issues.

While Rep. Wittman  calls  himself  a  “fiscal  conservative”  this  is  clearly  at  odds  with  his  votes  to  allow  raising  the  National  debt  limit  ceiling  as  well  as  his  failure  to  support  an  Amendment  that  would  have  blocked  further  U.S.D.A  funding  of  the  multi-billion  dollar  Pigford  scam

Congressman  Wittman’s  office  is  located  at  508  Church  Lane( US Route  17 ) near  the  famous  Lowery’s  Seafood Restaurant. Participants  are  asked  to  legally  park  on  nearby  streets  or  carpool  from  locations  coordinated  by  their  local  T.E.A  Party  leaders.

SHOW  UP———STAND  UP————SPEAK  UP

BRING  YOUR  FLAGS——SIGNS——–BANNERS

Dennis Gill

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Dennis Gill posted 163 articles on this blog.

Dennis is the Director of Marketing and the Communications Lead for John Adams Patriots of Stafford and has been involved with the TEA Party movement since it’s beginnings in 2009. Dennis currently lives and works in Northern Virginia and is a small business owner. He served in the United States Air Force and the Virginia Air National Guard and works as a volunteer with the National American Wartime Museum with their Oral History Project. He is a father of 3 and married his wife Elba in 2004.


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  1. By Mark Daugherty, September 5, 2011

    Congressman Wittman scored a 54% in the recent Heritage Action Scorecard, based on his voting record for legislation that supports freedom, opportunity, and prosperity. The 54% rating was the lowest among Virginia’s eight Republican congressmen. He needs to substantially improve his voting record in Congress this fall.

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