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Is anyone starting a group in Manhattan?

Posted on January 26, 2009 at 12:33am 3 Comments

obama has already started his egomanical task. He believes he will push anything that he wants because he won. Giethner, abortion, gitmo, and he didnt attend the heroes ball. He makes me want to vomit.

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At 11:24am on March 4, 2009, Thom Jefferson said…

Are you still with us?!?!? Need your help desperately!!
At 11:22am on February 26, 2009, Thom Jefferson said…
This is the Tea Party info posted this morning:

Kellen Giuda, a laid-off architect, is organizing his own New York City tea party. He has invited several prominent guest speakers, including politicians, elected officials, an author, blogger, a bond trader and a former contestant on "America's Next Top Model" to speak out against excessive government spending.

Giuda is working with Alex Zablocki, top staffer for New York State Sen. Andrew Lanza, to coordinate the New York event. Some potential speakers include Kathleen Troia McFarland, deputy assistant secretary of defense for public affairs at the Pentagon from 1982 to 1985 under President Ronald Reagan; Brett Joshpe, conservative author and graduate of Harvard Law School; Sara-Racey Tabrizi, "America's Next Top Model" contestant and professional model and various elected officials.

The tea party will take place Saturday, Feb. 28, at 2 p.m. in City Hall Park in Manhattan.

Late notice to be sure, but please let me know if there is even a chance you will attend.


At 11:19am on February 26, 2009, Thom Jefferson said…
Hi Suzann,

Your name comes to me via Rochester_Veteran (see initial introductions below). A member barely 48 hours, I have been trying to understand the goals and strategies of the New York Contingent. From what I can gather it all seems pretty straightforward at this point: recruit and protest.

Speaking of which, there is supposed to be a Tea Party at City Hall tomorrow at 2pm. Are you involved with that? The info was posted in the PFA/NY group thread this morning. I will forward under separate cover. Kellen Giuda is organizing it. Is he one us? And if not, he should be. Sounds like they may have some congressional contacts.

I’m hoping you’ll share your thoughts about joining PFA, and your expectations. And of course any ideas you have! That’s what we’re all here for, right?

Thanks for your time, looking forward,



(from Rochester veteran)
Welcome to our new members, Mary Lou and Ed!

My Uncle taught at Franklin and is also retired from RCSD, Mary Lou. My late sister was involved in the Pro Life movement and was involved in the Rosary services outside of the old Highland Hospital (email me at and we'll talk, I bet you know my family!).

Ed, I started the New York Contingent but I can sure use some help in organizing. We have folks from all over the state who are a part of our contingent and it's probably best that we form up by region. Suzann is from Manhattan and is looking to meet up with folks in the NYC area. I think a good "action" for us to participate is a "Tea Party".

Keep an eye on the Free Republic discussion on the "Tea Parties" to see if one will be organized in your communities in New York:
At 8:53pm on January 28, 2009, suzann said…
Hi Susan, Thank you for the beautiful, spiritual card. Are you in Manhattan? Suzann
At 8:30pm on January 28, 2009, Susan Troutner said…
Have a good day!

At 5:22am on January 26, 2009, DJ "El Gato" Czerniejewski said…
I presume you're referring to NY. Sorry, haven't a clue, but why not start your own? I'm trying to connect with all Arizonas to do just that. Barry the Usurper makes me wanna puke, too. Long live the Constitution!
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