Comments by WeThePeople

  • Older Comments
  • Page 1 of 1
  • Newer Comments
Written on Bill Haslam’s Primary Problem:

This article was great before you got to the part about The New Republicanism. You have been totally lied to. Tea Party Nation Incorporated is nothing more than a Website. This Website has caused more than 8 splits in the State of Tennessee. The reason for the splits are the pure egotistical nature of MR PRESIDENT JUDSON AND HIS QUEEN WIFE SHERRY! Judson and Sherry Phillips are out to make a quick dollar on the expense of patriots wanting to save their country. It is almost comical that he calls his site the biggest in the USA when Tea Party Patriots has 100,000 registered users. Even more he owns a website not a Tea Party. Every event that they have put their names on has been organized and put on by grassroots tea parties such as Midsouth Tea Party American Patriot Taxpayers and other individuals. The Sarah Palin event is a big joke. Bill Hemrick the donor for this event stated that he funded it to sell a safety device for cars to Sarah Palin. I have to let everyone know that this event is not a Tea Party event it is a fundraiser for Judson and his website. Projected profits for this event are $130,000 which only a portion of it goes to the TPN PAC. My question is where is that other money going? What candidates is he going to promote. With much experience with Judson he typically goes for RINO candidates. Another note I would like to make is the $1000 price tag for this event. Not only is that astronomical for the typical person but he plans to sell the tables up front for $25,000. I hope that someone from Sarah Palins group reads this and warns her before she puts her name on something that will make her and the Tea Party movement look bad. One more peice of information that may be helpful is that TPN is only made up of 1000 people from Tennessee not a majority of the sites people. We the people will not accept this as a Tea Party event and we will fight to make sure that it does not destroy the Tea Party Movement as a whole.

  • Older Comments
  • Page 1 of 1
  • Newer Comments