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Vail Daily letter: Time for action now

Michael Schneider
Vail, CO, Colorado
newsroom@vaildaily.com

Well, the time has come. Many concerned citizens have been complaining about this Congress, whose approval at this time is around 20 percent. The 9.12 Projects and Tea Parties have been organized throughout the country to protest the usurping of our Constitution with regard to it action on issues such as health-care reform, cap and trade, and the possible signing of the climate change treaty in Denmark.

At this writing our president has now decided to attend the Global Climate Change Summit in December. If he signs the treaty we will be one step further toward what some believe is President Obama’s goal of a one-world government.

Members of the Vail Valley 9.12 Project and other 9.12 and Tea Party groups throughout the country who have stated their reason for joining these groups have uniformly commented that they are concerned about the direction in which this Congress taking our country. It is one thing to complain, and another to be part of the implementation of change.

The last day to change political party affiliation in Colorado is Jan. 15, 2010. The Republican Caucus in Colorado is March 16, 2010.

We all need to be a part of the process in restoring this great country to its constitutional tenets put forth by the founders.

The first step is to learn how the system works. The Vail Valley 9.12 Project has organized a lecture on how we can participate in the caucuses. The lecture will be held on Saturday, Jan. 9 at 10 a.m., location to be determined.

If you are one of the many concerned citizens who truly want to be part of real change in November 2010 at the grass-roots level, then come to this lecture. Don’t be a member of NATO (No Action Talk Only).

If you are interested in attending the lecture, e-mail us at vail912project@aol.com or better yet, join us. Google Vail Valley 9.12 Project and follow the links.

Michael Schneider

Vail Valley 9.12 Project


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