November Is Coming, Starting Tomorrow, To VirginiaSep 08, 2010
Conservative grassroots activism has never been greater nor more effective than over the last year-and-a-half. Tea Parties, town hall meetings, anti-government-run health care rallies and other events in localities as well as in Washington, D.C., have grabbed the media spotlight, dominated the political debate, sent powerful messages to the big spending politicians, and reshaped and re-energized the conservative movement. Now is not the time to let up. Tomorrow and Friday, our friends at Americans For Prosperity are bringing their November Is Coming bus tour to the commonwealth. Per AFP:
While politicians in Washington are hoping voters are asleep at the wheel, they are trying to hide their big-government spending policies from the public and pass them with ease. Government spending has grown out of control under the current leadership in Congress . . . may soon vote on job-killing cap-and-trade policies against the outspoken voices of millions of Americans. Daily, big government power grabs by the Obama/Pelosi/Reid machine continue.
We must tell Congress very clearly that if they keep voting YES on big government programs, we will vote NO on their re-election this November! We need to tell these big-spending liberals in Washington . . . that "November is coming"!
Here is the November Is Coming bus tour schedule. We hope you can attend one of its stops.
Thursday, September 9:
Charlottesville: 8:30 a.m., Albemarle County Administration Building, 401 McIntire Road
Lynchburg: 11:30 a.m., Liberty University Dining Hall Parking Lot, 1971 University Boulevard
Rocky Mount: 3:00 p.m., Franklin County Courthouse, 275 South Main Street
Danville: 5:30 p.m., Danville Courthouse, 401 Patton Street
Friday, September 10:
Abingdon: 8:00 a.m., Virginia Highlands Community College Higher Education Center, 1 Partnership Circle
Wytheville: 10:15 a.m., Wytheville Courthouse, 225 South 4th Street
Roanoke: 12:30 p.m., Roanoke City Municipal Building, 215 Church Avenue