Vail Daily letter: Vail Valley’s 9.12 Project meets |

Vail Daily letter: Vail Valley’s 9.12 Project meets

Michael Schneider
Vail, CO, Coloraado

The Vail Valley 9.12 Project met on Saturday for the second time. The group was started on Sept. 29 and has grown to 35 members in just a little over five weeks. Thirty-one of our concerned members met at Ticino’s restaurant in the Avon Center. This was an organizational meeting led by Lu Ann Busse, who is the state coordinator for all 9.12 projects in Colorado.

We are committed to restoring the original tenets of the U.S. Constitution. The current Congress is usurping our constitutional rights by mandating such things as compulsory health care.

We intend to let our Congress and the potential candidates for all local, state and national office know that we will no longer stand by and watch our country be forced into bankruptcy and become a second-rate banana republic.

We are for small government, term limits and individual rights. We invite new members who like us are fed up with the arrogant, elitist, self-serving politicians in Washington, D.C., and are willing to work for real change in the Congress.

We would like to thank Rhonda, Dan and Gabriella for allowing the Vail Valley 9.12 Project to meet at Ticino’s in the Avon Center. The food and the service were outstanding.

Participate in The Longevity Project

The Longevity Project is an annual campaign to help educate readers about what it takes to live a long, fulfilling life in our valley. This year Kevin shares his story of hope and celebration of life with his presentation Cracked, Not Broken as we explore the critical and relevant topic of mental health.

If you have had it with the status quo in D.C. and want members of Congress who represent the people and not their political interests, then join us!

Google Vail Valley 9.12 Project and follow the link. You may also go to and enter zip code 81620 or 81658.

Michael Schneider

Organizer, Vail Valley 9.12 Project

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