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Yesterday we posted a poll that asked Tea Party Activists whether or not they think Scott Ashjian, the third party "Tea Party" candidate for U.S. Senate should withdraw from the race. With more than 900 votes in, 95% say yes.
This morning, 20 grassroots tea party groups across the state of Nevada released a joint statement rebuking the candidacy of Scott Ashjian and the attempt to hijack the tea party brand through a third party filing.
Our group, The Patriot Caucus (we now have statewide operations in Nevada), is a proud signer of the statement.
For Immediate Release: March 10, 2010
We, the grassroots/tea party leaders of Nevada, speaking for the conservative activists in our communities, are united in issuing the following statement.
• We are united in denouncing the TPN (Tea Party of Nevada).
We, the tea party activists and grassroots organizers in Nevada, are united.
Signed on March 10, 2010:
-Anger is Brewing / Debbie Landis
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20 grassroots tea party groups across the state of Nevada released a joint statement rebuking the candidacy of Scott Ashjian
A Great Lakes Bay Region congressman has introduced legislation to repeal the North American Free Trade Agreement.
U.S. Rep. Bart Stupak, D-Menominee, whose sprawling district includes part of Bay County, has joined with two Democrats and a Republican to overturn the controversial pact that eliminated tariffs between the United States, Canada and Mexico.
Because of the deep national recession, Stupak sees an opportunity to strike now, although he admits the bill faces an uphill fight.
"Tell me somewhere NAFTA created a job," he said. "You're not going to find very many. Tell me where people have lost jobs because of NAFTA, and you'll find thousands of them."