Sunday, November 27, 2011

Are you part of the solution…or part the problem? is a leader in bringing people who support the goals; to stop deficit spending and to the restoration of “States” rights, as designated in the U.S. Constitution.  How can we realize these goals?

Tea Parties across the nation value their independence and resist centralized power at all costs.  This philosophy may cause their message to be diluted, if the message is not focused and easily understood for the nation. is a tool to reach out to anyone who believes that solutions to the U.S. economy can only be realized when politics represents the People, and returns to the People the rights which the U.S. Constitution guarantees to them.

The following post is from and asks everyone who wishes to participate in finding a solution to the U.S. deficit read the Tea Party Commission budget.  If you find (as I have) that this is a viable solution to the $15 trillion (plus) deficit now encumbering the U.S. economy, then please join to grow in numbers and urge Congress to bring this budget plan to the floor of Congress and be heard.  The Tea Party Coalition has developed a budget which reduces the deficit by $9.7 trillion over 10 years, with the bulk of that reduction happening in the first two years.  It is a bold plan that will take a huge effort on our part to push out into the public forum.

Will you be part of the solution?  Your Country needs problem solvers, not more whining!

YiT,  Shelly

Announcing the Tea Party Budget Coalition!

By Celia Bigelow on November 24, 2011

Tea Party Debt Commission

Calling all local Tea Party groups!

Help us stop rampant Washington spending!

Join the Tea Party Budget Coalition!

Groups are urged to sign up by 8:00 p.m. eastern time, Friday, December 9th.

The Problem

When it comes to spending reductions and stopping the debt, Washington can only kick the can down the road. Whether it’s President Obama’s "fiscal commission" or the congressional “Super Committee” –- typical "bipartisan," "insider" efforts –  it’s clear Washington can't get this job done without outside help. 

The Solution

America faces a Greece-style debt crisis in the next few years. We are convinced Washington won’t get serious about stopping the debt until Tea Party activists take over this process. We need to take charge because Congress keeps failing to do its job. The 12-member Tea Party Debt Commission was formed in late June of this year to provide Congress with a serious, credible plan that cuts government spending by at least $9 trillion and balances the budget within 10 years. The result of the Commission’s work is the Tea Party Budget.  This plan gives the Tea Party a voice in Washington by providing a unique and serious plan constructed from the grassroots up. This budget reflects suggestions and input from more than 50,000 Americans. The Commission held field hearings, and took testimony to gather ideas from local activists, in communities across the country. Grassroots activists were also able to vote online at for which budget-cutting ideas they would prioritize.

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