First National Tea Party Convention – February 4-6, 2010 in Nashville //

Tea Party Nation is pleased to announce the First National Tea Party Convention.

The convention is aimed at bringing Tea Party representatives together from around the nation for the purpose of networking and supporting the movements’ principle goals. Sarah Palin, Governor of Alaska (2006-2009) and the 2008 Republican Vice Presidential Nominee will be the guest of honor and keynote speaker. Rep. Michele Bachmann will be a breakfast speaker at the convention. Also speaking at the convention are Rep. Marsha Blackburn and former Alabama Supreme Court Judge Roy Moore.

Topics on the agenda for the convention include:
• How to Defeat Liberalism via the 2010 Elections (Panel Discussion with Q&A)
• Where Does the Tea Party Movement Go From Here? (Panel Discussion with Q&A)
• Correlations Between the Current Administration and Marxist Dictators of Latin America and How to Stop it
• Grassroots on the Ground Using New Media for Conservative Activism
• How to Do Voter Registration Drives and Where to Find Conservative Voters
• How to become a Precinct Committee Chairperson
• How to Unite State Tea Party Groups
• How to Organize a Tea Party Group
• How to stop Illegal Immigration Legislation Topics are subject to change.

For more information visit: National Tea Party & Tea Party Nation – “Quench your thirst for freedom!”


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3 thoughts on “First National Tea Party Convention – February 4-6, 2010 in Nashville //

  1. What the Tea Party movement is missing are trained advance people to make sure that all events happen as planned. The biggest lapse is not having proper pictures of the DC event so that the numbers could be validated. Your people are doing momentous things but getting credit for little. I was Ronald Reagan’s first advanceman starting in 1965 and I trained those that came later. I think that it is agreed that our advance operations were the best of all time.
    I would be happy to train people in each State to help with the events that
    occur in those States. If you are interested my email address is Thanks.
    Bob Tuttle

  2. I went to the National Tea Party Convention website. I wonder if they will vote in officers or have some kind of election ?

    I also wonder if this convention will make the Tea Party a legal political party (similar to the Republican, Democrat, Independent parties) ?

  3. Thanks for your comments. Good questions. At this point, unfortunately the Tea Party is just a movement. Thankfully, though, people are waking up to the need to pay attention to politics, to our scandalous leaders and to the need for people with integrity and an understanding of our Founding Fathers and our rights as citizens and to elect folks who are right in line with our ideals for what political leaders should be.

    To be honest, my Tea Party posts get the most hits on this blog and it is the term most searched or googled that brings people to this site. I love that people are out there researching and getting informed. Hopefully that will lead to more of them getting involved.

    It will be interesting to see what happens at the convention and after. I would love to see some fresh, honest, pro constitutional candidates surface. We could really use them.

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