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    I got a call yesterday about a Tea Party tommarow in HudsonWisconsin from 1 to 4. I am not sure whare it is at but figured I would post it here to let anyone who is intrested know.

    I am not sure if I will be able to attend yet, it depends if I have work to do.







    Open Carry Tea Party in Hudson Wisconsin – All Patriots of Freedom and Constitution Invited
    September 16, 2009 by captkarl


    Open Carry Tea Party
    A Right Not Exercised Is a Right Lost

    Come exercise your Liberties affirmed by the 1st & 2nd Amendments

    Stand Against the Path to SOCIALISM!
    Saturday, October 17th, 2009 1:00-4:00 p.m.
    Band Shell @ Lake Front Park
    Hudson, WI
    Open Lawn Seating – Bring a lawn chair and picnic lunch if you’d like!
    Attendees are encouraged, but not required, to wear a holstered sidearm to exercise their God given RIGHT to self defense.
    Confirmed Speakers:

     M.C. – Radio Talk Show Host Sue Jeffers
     Sect’y of State Candidate Pastor David King
     Hudson Mayor Dean Knudson
     Firearms Instructor and Atty Steve Gibbs
     Physician’s Assistant Meg Brucker
     Americans for Prosperity – Jim Zeiler
     AFP WI State Director – Mark Block
     Wisconsin Prosperity Network – Linda Hanson
     Gubernatorial Candidate Mark Todd
     USCCA Founder Tim Schmidt (tentative)
     Superior Mayor Dave Ross (tentative)

    Sponsored by:  DoNotInfringe.org
    UninfringedLiberty.org 
    Hudson Rod & Gun Club
    • Restrooms at band shell area.
    • Conservative merchandise, Firearms and accessories displays will be onsite.
    • For more information contact info@donotinfringe.org

    Other Invited Speakers:

     Representative Kitty Rhodes
     Gubernatorial Candidate Scott Walker
     Senator Dan Kapanke
     Author & Professor John Lott
     US Representative Michelle Bachmann – MN
     Jews for the Preservation of Firearm Ownership
     All Legislators from Western Wisconsin

    TEA, coffee, cider & hot chocolate and dessert provided by sponsors.

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    I couldn't make it to this party. Does anybody know how it went? I can't find any info.

    Thanks for any reports.

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    It looks like there were two hundred to 300 or so people there most armed. There were quite a few state and federal candidates giving speeches maybe a little more inflammatory rhetoric wise than was the case last time in Glenwood City.

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    Here is some news and video footage:

    http://kstp.com/article/stories/S119...?cat=1&v=1

    Sue Jeffers show comments:

    http://a1135.g.akamai.net/f/1135/182..._100.3_KTLK-FM

    An email I received from Ole Olsen:

    We had close to 600 people, if was fantastic.

    I’m more than a little chapped at the News station for “selective” reporting, I say reporting because it wasn’t even close to anything that resembled journalism!
    They interviewed me for about 30 minutes, I explained the purpose of the event and why this isn’t going away, expect to see more of these.
    They chose to cover the 11 protesters instead. After 1 of the speakers pointed out to the that they (the protesters) must not be too afraid of people with guns; because they were there among about 300 armed citizens, the protesters left.

    I met your guy Mark Todd, although a rather brief meeting, I liked what I heard.

    We videoed the whole event. I’m intending to try to get something out in DVD and YouTube on this. When? I don’t know. I have someone working on it, and I’ll get out an update on it when it materializes.

    Best regards;

    Ole


    The only media there was Channel 5 from the twin cities. No Wisconsin News media at all!

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