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A word about what happened Sunday.

From: Hector R.
Sent on: Tuesday, March 23, 2010 7:26 PM
A lot of people are bewildered... healthcare passed the House. There's still a fight in the Senate but the Republican leadership and the media are already declaring their surrender. For them this will become an issue for them to use this November and in 2012.

Well, I tell you that there is still a lot that you can do. Think about what would happen if:

A John Denis (, Republican Liberty Caucus member, instead of a Nancy Pelosi, aka the "Most Powerful Woman in 100 years" goes to DC in January 2011.

A super-majority of anti-Obama, libertarian-minded representatives are elected to repeal the damage from the last Congress.

Think its not possible? Think again!

Remember what has happened already...

We didn't think that Ron Paul would win CPAC 2010 but he did beating out Mitt Romney who actively campaigned there.

We didn't think that Rand Paul ( would raise well over $2 million, be endorsed by Sarah Palin or be leading the polls by 30 points.

We didn't think the Audit the FED bill would ever pass the House or have as much support (1/4 of the Senate) behind it.

We didn't think a small house wife from the boonies of Southern Texas would get any attention in the Texas Governor race. Debra Medina ( did get that attention, with nearly 1 out of 5 people of those who voted voting for her.

We didn't think that Brown would win in Massachusetts. 40 years of that Senate seat in Democrat hands, amble support and a sitting President campaigning for the Democrat but an insurgent campaign blossomed in 30 days to win the election.

We didn't think that Marco Rubio ( stood a chance or would be now leading in the polls against sitting governor Charlie Crist who had Wall Street and the White House behind him (not to mention 2 to 1 fundraising).

We didn't think that a Peter Schiff campaign for Senate ( would be so scary that Senator Chris Dodd would be forced into retirement.

We didn't think a lot of these things would happen but they did.

Let's talk about what we can do and what we WILL do.

This Sunday, March 28th at 6pm at the Grove Spot.

See you there!

Hector C Roos

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