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Start a TEA Party group in your high school!

From: scofield [mailto:scofield@dallasteaparty.mojo4m.com]
Sent: Tuesday, August 03, 2010 5:00 PM
To: jlucas
Subject: Take Back American High Schools! Introducing Tea Party Clubs

Tea Partiers,

We all know that to truly affect change in America today, it's undeniable that we have to rescue our Youth from the propoganda that they're being force fed through our culture, the media and their schools.

Now, I'm aware that many of you Tea Partiers are High School Teachers, Staff, Administrators that love our country and want to see it return back to it's Founding Principles. I'm calling on YOU to step forward. You are integral in this initiative. We're starting Tea Party Clubs in High Schools across America.

I need High School Teachers, Staff, Administrators to take the lead in starting a Tea Party Club in YOUR High School. Because rules and requirements are different in each school, I need you to help us setup a Tea Party Club. This request is more of an Administrative request than running a Tea Party Club. It would be great if you want to be involved ongoing with the group but if you can't, that's fine.

This group will be an opportunity for America's Youth to discuss issues that are affecting their future and what they can do to make their young voices heard.

If you are a High School Teacher, Staff or Administrator, please reply back to this message. I will be providing more information once we identify our group. When you reply, please list your name, school name and ISD.

If you have an email list that you can forward this message, please do. I'd like to have Tea Party Clubs spread across America this Fall!!
Let's do it One School at a Time!

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Comment by shimauma on August 5, 2010 at 6:23pm
Though I have moved my kid to another district, Hendrix keeps sending me paperwork regarding my kid's attendance at their school. I decided to call and tell them my kid won't be going to their IB infested campus and I got the principal's voicemail, bragging about how they were an IB school.

If I could I would ask my child's new school coulds start a TEA party club, but it IS a middle school, so I'm not really sure how they would take the request. Anyway my oldest is out of public school so she can't be enlisted in the cause. I'd like to see some TEA party groups pop up in public schools. It would be neat to watch the progressives react to something wholesome being promoted in a public school.
Comment by Harry Mathews on August 5, 2010 at 7:07pm
Glen expressed an interest in starting one. We'll see what happens!

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