BREAKING NEWS: Two more 'tea party' plaintiffs drop Federal lawsuit against TEA!

From: DOUG G.
Sent on: Friday, July 9, 2010 8:35 PM
In a major development today; two more "tea party" plaintiffs have seen the futility of their bogus lawsuit (initiated by faux-tea party leader Everett Wilkinson - the paid McCollum operative) and have voluntarily dropped the federal lawsuit against the TEA Party.
 
Tea Party activist Don Forward and the Titusville Patriots have dropped the suit!
 
This makes four plaintiffs who have abandoned the lawsuit to date.  More are expected to drop the suit next week.
 
The Federal judge's ruling is expected any day now and if he dismisses the lawsuit, as expected, he could find all the plaintiffs liable for up to $80,000 per individual/tea party group.  If the suit is dismissed, it will re-affirm the legality of the TEA Party name in Florida.
 
In other news today, Jason Hoyt (the one who has admitted using Orlando Tea Party money for his own personal expenses) spoke in a highly-promoted meeting of the Orlando Republican Womens' Club today at noon.  Usually hundreds attend the Orlando GOP Womens' club, one of the biggest in the state - today's crowd totaled 12 people - three of whom were TEA party supporters.  Hoyt's crowds continue to dwindle as he attempts to kindle a flame against the legal TEA Party of Florida.  We wonder why he's spending so much time against fellow conservatives and not directing his efforts against Alan Grayson?  Inquiring minds want to know - is that Grayson money actually flowing in his direction?  With no financial reporting and Hoyt refusing to disclose the finances of his group - maybe that is the answer. 
 
Great news!  More great news in the weeks and months ahead.
 
 

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