Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Join us Friday for a Constitution Day Tea Party in Nashville

Starting at 4:30PM until everyone goes home. Lots of Music, Great Scoreboard Grill Food and BBQ, Great speakers. Special Guest Ron Ramsey. Come at 4:30 or 5:30 or 6:30 or whenever but PLEASE join us as WE the People speak. The Scoreboard Restaurant is across from Opryland, HERE is the map.


Event Notice

This coming Friday September 17th is Constitution Day.  This day marks
the anniversary of the signing of the US Constitution on September 17,
1787 and is recognized nationally as a Federal Observance Day.

To honor this day, the Tennessee Tea Party, Tennessee Tax Revolt,
Sumner United For Responsible Government (SURG), and 9/12 Project will
be hosting a evening celebration.  We will have musical entertainment,
speakers, & great food & drink.

***We also wanted to take this opportunity to thank all of you for the
hard work you have done in exercising your Constitutional rights over
the months leading up to the primary elections in August. The
coordinated efforts across the state by all Patriots were inspiring.
However your experience may have been, we all worked hard and now
deserve an evening of fun and frivolity with each other!  We also need
to prepare ourselves for the upcoming general election and focus on
those areas where we can all unite and make a difference.

Where:   Scoreboard Bar & Grill (Where we had the Tea Party Express event)
            2408 Music Valley Drive (Across for Opryland Hotel & Behind the Nashville Palace) 615-883-3866,   HERE is the map.



When:     Friday September 17th from 4:30pm - till...
             (Stop by after work before you head out to the ball game or other activities, or spend the evening
             with us!)


Moderator:  Ben Cunningham (Tax Revolt Tennessee)

Guest Speakers:  Ken Marrero (Blue Collar Muse), Robert Kilmarx
(Tennessee Tea Party, Tea Party Cooperative), Eric Stamper (SURG), Lee
Douglas (9/12), and Jerry Anderson (Franklin County Tea Party).

Special Guest Appearances:  Lieutenant Governor, Ron Ramsey and
Representative, Susan Lynn. (Other special guests may pop up and we
will lend the stage to them.)

Guest Musicians:  Bradley Ray Gudgeon (Eagle River Highway), Bruce
Bellott, and Jerry Anderson. (We have some others that may be
filtering in doing sit-in participation. Be prepared for some surprise
appearances if they are available.)

Video Presentation: Phil Valentine's "Tip of the Spear"