I believe that one organization, large, is much better than fragmented organizations. I think if we stick to the constitution as written all other subjects will be addressed such as, religion, education, term limits, taxes, impeachment, vote, health care, and most other subjects will all come around sooner or later. I belong to the state of Florida group but I'm not able to attend all the local meetings but would love to start a local group in the Mossy Head, Florida area. Anyone know how I can start a local group without knocking on doors? A list of local folks on computers would be nice but I don't know how to get them. Any advice would be much appreciated.

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Gary...........post a sign at the Mossy Head general store.........also at "the whole 9 yards.........



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