Congressman Bill Posey, political pundit Chris Ingram to be featured speakers
Brevard Tea Party will celebrate beginning of American Revolutionary War, protest against out of control government spending.
Melbourne, FL, April 1, 2009 – The Brevard Tea Party will be Sunday, April 19th, 2009 from 1-4pm at the Wickham Park Event Pavilion next to Brevard Community College. Details are available at http://www.brevardteaparty.com.
Matt Nye, Chair of the Republican Liberty Caucus of Central East Florida, http://www.rlccef.org, has organized the Brevard Tea Party to celebrate the 234th anniversary of the first military engagements in the American Revolutionary War and to peacefully protest out of control government spending.
The event will feature Congressman Bill Posey, political pundit Chris Ingram and local entertainer Mark Vance. The guest of honor will be Courtney Roberts, http://www.schoolofhardknox.info, who has been in a six year legal battle with Brevard County over a home he tried to build in Cocoa Beach in 2003.
“This event will provide a forum for people to speak out against the outrageous spending taking place in Washington, DC,” Nye said. “This country was founded on the principles of individual rights, limited government and free enterprise. If Americans want to see those principles preserved, they must engage in the political process.”
“The Tea Party movement serves as the catalyst to get ordinary working people involved – we want them to come out, get engaged, and learn how they can make a difference in the process,” Nye said. “Apathy is no longer an option; Americans must stand up and fight if they want to preserve the greatest country known to man.”
“For additional information on the Brevard Tea Party or to find out how you can help, please contact Matt Nye at 321-626-9791 or visit the official web site at http://www.brevardteaparty.com.
About the Republican Liberty Caucus:
Founded in 1990, the Republican Liberty Caucus works to advance the principles of individual rights, limited government and free enterprise within the Republican Party.
With members in every state, a prominent Board of Advisors, many elected members, and active local affiliates, the RLC exists to recruit candidates who support the RLC’s agenda, elect limited government Republicans to political office, and change the direction of the Republican Party to reflect our vision.
Members of the RLC think every human being is endowed by nature with inherent rights to life, liberty and property that are properly secured by law. We support a strict construction of the Bill of Rights as a defense against tyranny; the expansion of those rights to all voluntary consensual conduct under the Ninth and Tenth Amendments; and the requirements of equal protection and due process under the Fourteenth Amendment.
Contact: Matt Nye, Chair