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If You Think We Went Unnoticed—Think again

It was great to see everyone on Sunday 9/13!

Thank you all for coming out—this is only the beginning—our quest to defeat ObamaCare is more heightened now than ever.

If you think we went unnoticed by our Silicon Valley politicians, think again.

Here’s what Congressman Mike Honda had to say about us in a Politico article on 9/14  titled: Democrats see race factor for Barack Obama foes

Rep. Mike Honda (D-Calif.), chairman of the Congressional Asian Pacific American Caucus, agreed with his colleague that elements of the opposition can’t accept the reality of a black president.

“There’s a very angry, small group of folks that just didn’t like the fact that Barack Obama won the presidency,” Honda said, adding: “With some, I think it is [about race].”

Read more:  http://www.politico.com/news/stories/0909/27120.html

Do you agree?

Call his office and let him know.

He also said during his town hall on Sunday that American’s who disagree with government run healthcare are morally inept.  You might want to weigh in on that comment as well.

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Let’s Get it Done—Tea Party Style!

My Barack Obama—aka OFA—aka The DNC is planning “Let’s get it Done!” send off parties for our members of Congress encouraging them to pass ObamaCare.  How nice.

What a great idea. Let’s join the party and tell them No Way!

To find a send off party at your Representatives office enter your zip here.  There are already hundreds of OFA (Organizing for America) ObamaCare supporters who’ve entered an RSVP to give send off parties to their Silicon Valley Congressional Representatives.  Most of the ‘send-offs’ are scheduled for September 1st and 2nd.

We need protest leaders for each Congressional office, if you’re interested in leading the protest for your Representative let us know.

Sound like fun? Sure does, so let’s get it done.  Tea Party Style.

Silicon Valley Tea Party to Boxer: “See ya’ Ma’am”

“See ya’ Ma’am”

The Barbara Boxer book signing protest was great, over 500 came out to say no government takeover of our healthcare system and “Hey-Ho Barbara Boxer’s Got to Go..”  We’ve got video.  Were you there?  Look here.

Photo’s have also been uploaded and posted on our Facebook page by many of the attendees.

One of our patriots was able to get access inside the store and we’ve got great video of Ma’am having a “paid” town hall (you had to purchase the book to ask a question).  Can you say “pay to play”?

She admits in the video that the Senate will use the ‘Nuclear Option’ of reconciliation to pass the government run healthcare measure.  We’re putting together a segment for you, it will posted online soon.

Zoe Lofgren to Constituents: “Thank you for raising your voices in such a civilized, thoughtful manner.”

No.  She’s not talking about the Silicon Valley Tea Party Patriots that attended the Almaden Valley Event, apparently we don’t deserve mention or respect.

See what Lofgren had to say the day after meeting us here.

Well, actually she did have something to say prior to meeting us…  Zoe Lofgren calls heated healthcare town halls “…nonsense.”

Couldn’t make it to the Event?  No problem.  Check out the video link below.

Part 1: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZcbXwCLFvjY

Don’t expect public town halls with Silicon Valley’s Congress members

Internal Affairs: Don’t expect public town halls with Silicon Valley’s Congress members

What to Do At Recess: A Health Care Reform Primer

What to Do At Recess: A Health Care Reform Primer by Martha Zoller, Human Events

For weeks, Republicans have been working hard to stop the Juggernaut Obama.  Then a couple of weeks ago, Sen. Jim DeMint (R-SC) said the resistance to Obamacare — if it succeeded — could be President Obama’s Waterloo and the tide started to change. Free Market Health Care Reformers can’t get too excited, but there is change in the wind and with an August recess coming up, the American people just might help win….

Independence Day Tea Party 2009 with Jeff Barto

Join us as we talk with Jeff Barto, one of the organizers of the Silicon Valley Tea Party Patriots.   Jeff, along with all 1,000 of you,  made the Independence Day rally against government-run healthcare a huge success.

About Us

Silicon Valley Tea Party Patriots is a non-partisan movement aimed at bringing fiscal responsibility, limited government, and the free-market principles that our country was founded on back to government.  It’s time to stop the politicians from spending money they don’t have, stop them from mortgaging the future or our children, and to force them to actually read the legislation they sign. We simply want to bring reason back to government.

Independence Day Tea Party 2009 with Richard Geno

For our Independence Day Tea Party, we had the pleasure to speak with Richard Geno.  Richard is the president of The Conservative Forum of Silicon Valley.

About Us

Silicon Valley Tea Party Patriots is a non-partisan movement aimed at bringing fiscal responsibility, limited government, and the free-market principles that our country was founded on back to government.  It’s time to stop the politicians from spending money they don’t have, stop them from mortgaging the future or our children, and to force them to actually read the legislation they sign. We simply want to bring reason back to government.

Hello Silicon Valley Tea Party Patriots!

The Silicon Valley Tax Day Tea Party had over 2,000 protesters come out on tax day, joining over 850 Tax Day Tea Parties nationwide on April 15th. It was an historic day, over 1.2 million people took to the streets, spread out across all fifty states of this great nation.

The Silicon Valley Tea Party Patriots is a non-partisan movement aimed at bringing limited government, fiscal responsibility, and the free-market principles that our country was founded on back to government. It’s time to stop the politicians from spending money they don’t have, stop them from mortgaging the future or our children, and to force them to actually read the legislation they sign. We simply want to bring reason back to government.