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Mason Tea Party Meeting Set for September 30
Wednesday, September 29, 2010 • Posted September 29, 2010

Mason, TX. September 30, 2010 – The next Tea Party meeting in Mason will take place on Thursday, September 30, 6:00 p.m. at the Richard P. Eckert Civic Center, 1024 McKinley in Mason. 

Featured speaker is Craig Cosgray, Highland Lakes Tea Party Steering Committee; former United States Air Force aircraft commander; writer, film maker, producer of the 2010 documentary "Dream Killers." Craig will speak on the "Long War" and the impact the election can have on Texans and the future of our country.

Local guest speaker is Frank McAllister, Menard Tea Party Patriots whose experience in the oil industry, and now local rancher in Menard County, will share his studies and research on "Government spending, budgets and tax rate proposals."

"Many voters are concerned with the dramatic, mounting national debt—the drama that is yet to play out in our lives. The Tea Party provides a positive approach to educate and motivate citizens in order to return our country to fiscal responsibility, limited government and free market principles as defined by the United States Constitution," said Nancy Clay of the Mason Tea Party steering committee.

"We are grateful to see many Mason residents concerned and getting involved. It is unprecedented to see so many citizens across the country who had never before been involved in politics, become active in voter education responsible citizenship," continued Clay.

The Tea Party is non-partisan and does not endorse any political party or candidate. The mission is to educate voters and to encourage the return of the government to the ideals of the Founders as defined in the Constitution. We welcome all individuals with these concerns, regardless of their party affiliation.

No RSVP required for this event.

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