CELEBRATING FIVE YEARS OF TEA...... GNOTP ANNIVERSARY EVENT


As always we like to provide a treat for our members, Gnotp will be hosting a "lite" meal and snacks along with Tea and soft drinks.   GNOTP is looking forward to a very entertaining and enlightening meeting with a lively discussion of the State of our Republic. 




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  • Randy E.

    Sorry I could not attend. Personal family matters came up.

    April 9

    • Robbye St. P.

      We were worried about you Randy. Debbie Hebert asked about you. We MISS YOU!!

      April 10

    • Randy E.

      Please do not worry about me.

      April 12

  • A former member
    A former member

    Join the conversation, looks like I am the conversation... I have never been to one of these "kick the can around the room" meetings before. I know the organizers will have some topics up their sleeves, e.g., Common Core and a few other sore spots to discuss; but can we bring up things not on the itinerary? Or is this a strict schedule of events and topics meeting?

    March 20

    • Louis J W.

      I brought up my issue with my sons school to show we can focus at all levels of government, which was a piggy back off someone else 's comment

      April 9

    • A former member
      A former member

      Mr. Louis my March 20th comment above was 3 weeks before the meeting. The substance of my comment was to Terri who asked me to join or start a conversation and the only post available to look at was mine from March 15th above this one. I was not commenting about the April meeting which had not take place yet. But I did comment above...April 11th. Overall my down-trodden expectations with the meeting was: everyone seemed to be complaining about how things are in the USA; but there were no "Ok, here's what we plan on doing about it!" statements or suggestions. We all need direction. I know we are in a sad state of affairs politically and economically in this country; but, we all need to be of one loud, booming voice to those in charge and not be going off like a string of lady-finger firecrackers. That's just my take. Being independent is great; but being all together with unity toward the "right direction" is even better.

      April 11

  • A former member
    A former member

    Since I am terrible with names, I liked all the speakers at the April 8th meeting. The guy who talked about the birth of Progressivism was very informative and knowledgeable; but a tad long winded. The clergyman had some good points too; but, personally, I'm not going to hang atheism on todays or even progressives from the last century. It had its roots with Jacobus Arminius, a Dutchman who easily got Protestants off track by suggesting that eternal salvation was rooted in works, reading and believing the Word (bible), and doing good works. Prior to this Paulinian type Baptists taught eternal salvation via the works of Christ and Him only, along with the original form of the T.U.L.I.P. doctrine with the P not meaning perseverance, but preservation of the saints through and by the faith of God. The younger ex-military guy had his heart in the speech even though he had a hard time talking about it. I simply felt that there should have been more oral questions and answers from the floor.

    April 11

  • Charles B.

    Very informative. A lot of good information.

    April 11

  • A former member
    A former member

    Is U.S. Representative, Steve Scalise going to be there? I would love to ask him why he NEVER responds to ANY of my emails? The same with U.S. Senator David Vitter. The only one I ever hear from is Mary Landrieu and she always tells me what I do not want to hear.

    March 15

    • Louis J W.

      I get responses from both, sometimes a generic response, sometimes a personal response. Maybe the email address your using?

      April 9

  • George P.

    It was a wonderful event and a great panel of speakers

    April 9

  • Connie Z.

    I was a pure pleasure to sit amongst like-minded patriot friends, and listen to each speaker sharing their valuable perspective on the state of affairs in our country, and the Tea Party. Thank you to everyone who made this event a success.

    1 · April 8

    • Louis J W.

      We may not agree on all but we agree on the Constitution and Founding Principles.

      April 9

  • Louis J W.

    Great Meeting with awesome panel. Skips message was as close to my thoughts as possible without being able to read my thoughts. Trey's comment about what we, each of us have at our Core is dead on. We may believe different ideology but what our Core beliefs are is what brings us together. Beliefs that our Government must return to the limited Constitutional powers. Beliefs that we are a nation founded on Christian and Individual Responsibility values. That others can freely practice their religion even a non Christian belief, but no one can limit your beliefs, especially the Federal Government.

    What is your at your Core? Are you true to it?

    April 9

  • Mary

    Great event - meeting people who understand the fight for the soul of America is always a fun and enlightening .

    1 · April 9

  • Peggy & W.

    All the speakers were fantastic!

    April 9

  • Robert B.

    Sorry. Am out of town.

    April 7

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    March 15

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