2010 Resolutions

Teaparty Resolutions


New Year resolutions from Asheville Tea Party Group

1.   Stop the government takeover of hospitals, the enslavement of doctors, and the destruction of the best health care system in the world.

2.   Stop the carbon tax and the nationalization of the energy and transportation sectors of the economy. Drill baby drill. Build more refineries, and build more safe, clean, efficient nuclear power plants.

3.   Fire the would-be tyrants who are trying to take away our right to a government of, by, and for the people.

4.   Demand fiscal responsibility at all levels of government. During hard times the bureaucrats need to cut back spending like the rest of us have to do.

5.   Roll back the onerous regulations and crushing taxes which are killing small businesses and making it impossible to start new ones.

6.   Vote the socialists, fascists, and power-hungry elitists out of office.

7.   Replace them with people who actually understand the proper role of government in a free society and who will support and defend the U.S. Constitution.

8.   Fight for our rights – including property rights – wherever and whenever they are threatened.

9.   Get our individual houses in order that we may be better prepared for the battles which are sure to intensify this year.

10.        Be secure in the knowledge that we are keeping the flame of 1776 ali

New Year’s Resolution for Tea Party – Clean the Senate and House 2010

Tea Party Members with Independents, Conservatives, Oathkeepers, Liberatarians, 912ers, and many other groups and individual Americans can get behind candidates that reflect American Patriotism and protect and defend the U.S. Constitution.

2010 Resolution: Get Involved by Jack Tymann at Red County:

As 2010 begins, a burgeoning government is knocking at our doors; looking for whatever money we have left; and promising to pilfer more from “the rich” and from Medicare as they destroy the world’s best private health care system. Rising corporate taxes, Cap & Trade legislation, and shrinking investments threaten America’s private sector and its global competitiveness. Future generations face mountains of debt. Our personal security is jeopardized with denial of the global war on terror, jihadist trials in US civil courts, and an anticipated open borders policy masked as immigration reform.