Archive for April, 2010

New JATP Website Up and Running

April 21, 2010

The new Jefferson Area Tea Party Website is up and running. All up dates for the tea party will now be posted there. Please bookmark the new address so you can keep up to date with area tea party happenings.

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2nd Annual Tax Day Tea Party

April 9, 2010

You are invited to the Jefferson Area Tea Party’s second annual Tax Day Tea Party on Thursday, April 15, 2010. We’ve planned a great event, and have allotted plenty of time to hear from you! Here the schedule of events:

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Main U.S. Post Office Facility (1155 Seminole Trail, Charlottesville, VA), 4:00-6:00 p.m.

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Golden Corral Steakhouse (1185 Seminole Trail, Charlottesville, VA) , 6:00-7:30 p.m.

At the afternoon event at the U. S. Post Office, you and hundreds of Tea Party Patriots will recognize that we are Taxed Enough Already-– how appropriate on Tax Day! Several speakers will speak to patriotic, Constitutional, and pro-American themes. Participants including you will be given the opportunity to speak at the event to express your personal opinions on the direction of our country.

You are encouraged to bring signs expressing your views on the current state of the union (please ensure they are appropriate for public display). And to make it worth your effort, judges will select the best signs in several categories!

At our evening event, Patriots are invited to a Dutch treat dinner at the Golden Corral Steakhouse. Additional speakers will share their perspectives, and the sign contest winners will be announced.

You are encouraged NOT to park at the post office facility, but rather in the far / remote lot of the Golden Corral Steakhouse, which is a short walk to the post office facility.

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Tea Party vs Coffee Party

April 8, 2010

Recently on the Rob Schilling Show Carole Thorpe Chairperson of the Jefferson Area Tea Party appeared in studio and Eric Byler (co-founder of the Coffee Party) called in to the show. They discussed their personal political journeys, the principles of the organizations, the size and scope of the Federal government, the issue of civility, and more. Here is a link to a pod cast of the conversation,