Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Long Beach Tea Party Infomercial

This wonderful man has made an infomericial for our Tea Party on the 4th of July. He makes phamphlets, business cards, and signs at Bring Home The Politicians. His name is Michael Norbury, and he is very gracious. I hope all my bothers and sisters of every background will take the time to stop by and perhaps stay a while. There is going to be so much, and I enjoy people so much. Here is the infomercial:



Great job! Thank you so much, Michael.

He has a petition that needs to be signed concerning something near and dear to my heart. Bring Home The Politicians! It's very interesting. Read it before you sign it. That's my standard adivce to everyone concerning everything you sign. Then I know you'll want to sign it.

He will also have available bumper stickers, t-shirts and the like at a later date, so keep going back to this site to find out when. We might want to buy some memoirs while we still can. After all, have you noticed how slow he reacted to the slaughter of peaceful civilians in Iran by their goverment and how quickly he denounced the Supreme Court of Honduras for holding to their democratic constitution? Need I say more?

May you walk with the LORD always, and when you cannot take another step, may He carry you the rest of the way until you can walk along side Him again.

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