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MICHIGAN FAUX TEA PARTY LEADERS ENDORSE GOV MITT ROMNEY
From Gretawire

Boston, MA – Mitt Romney today announced the support of Tea Party leaders in Michigan.

“In my campaign, I have fought for the conservative principles of lower spending, lower taxes and less government intrusion into our lives and our businesses,” said Mitt Romney. “The Tea Party has been at the frontline of this same fight. Along with the help of these Tea Party leaders, we can defeat President Obama and finally get Washington out of the way.”

Maribeth Schmidt, Co-Founder Of Rattle With Us: “As a mother of three and a Tea Party activist, my main concern is the 15 trillion dollar debt and I believe that Governor Romney has it right when he says that he will look at every government program and ask two questions: ‘Can we afford it?’ and if not, ‘Is it important enough to borrow money from China for?’ His positions on the national debt, Right to Work, domestic energy, and reducing the wages of government employees to match the private sector are why I am supporting him in Tuesday’s primary.”

Dennis Moore, Founder/Former Director (resigned over heat for endorsement)Willow Run Tea Party Caucus: “Leaders lead without putting a wetted finger in the air seeking consensus. Mitt Romney will be a ‘Reaganesque’ president. I could not in good conscience watch as the Tea Party invokes a litmus test that Ronald Reagan himself would have failed. So I led by personally endorsing Mitt Romney. This country needs Mitt Romney!”

Leisa Audette And Patty McMurray, Red Heels On The Ground: “We are two stay-at-home moms who are very active in the Tea Party and grassroots movement in Michigan. We are dedicated to ensuring that our children will have the same opportunities that our generation was afforded. Unless the right candidate is elected in the upcoming Presidential race, they will never have that privilege. We’ve burdened them with a national debt and tax structure that only a serious candidate with exceptional business experience and proven successes will be able to turn around. We need a president that will not divide us but instead, unite us with our common belief in American exceptionalism. We believe that Mitt Romney is the only candidate who has the ability to accomplish all of these things, because we feel that he sincerely believes in the greatness of America!”

Rose Drouillard, Brighton Tea Party Board Member: “Prior to the Romney Tea Party event last night at Bakers in Milford, I was vacillating between two candidates. After a day of careful consideration of Gov. Romney’s presentation, I am personally endorsing Governor Mitt Romney for President because I believe he is the candidate that has the best chance to defeat President Obama. If he follows through with everything that he spoke about in his presentation, our country will be able to change course and be the exceptional nation we once were.”

Marco Lollio, Owner Of Marlo [Mar-Lo] Trucking: “Governor Romney addressed many of the concerns small businesses are experiencing under the current administration. It would be a positive change to have someone as President who knows what it takes to not only create jobs but also keep the ones I have! His words strengthened my belief that he understands that the next president’s top priority is creating jobs!”

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Should these Michigan Faux TEA Party leaders jointly receive the Benedict Arnold Award?

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The latest recipient of the Benedict Arnold Awards goes to
South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley.

The award reads as follows:

Nikki Haley
Know ye that members of the TEA Party have determined your endorsement of Mitt Romney, the antithesis of the TEA Party, to be in contrast to the cause of their country, and have thereby recommended you for the
Benedict Arnold Award.

After careful review by committee, and public voting, you are hereby accepted
and inducted into the society that supplants serfdom for citizenship.
December 16, 2011

Governor Haley was nominated and awarded the Benedict Arnold Award for selling out the TEA Party, that she used to get elected, by endorsing Mitt Romney for President of the USA in the 2012 election cycle.

We would encourage all of those who wish to personally congratulate this governor to download the prepared certificate, print it, and mail it into her South Carolina office (address below).  Although it will take a month for the mail to be screened, and most likely she will not reply–it will be fun to send it in anyway. Just imagine the staffer’s face as they open the envelope!

If you’re impatient, or just want to save money on postage, you’re welcome to call as a “citizen journalist” and request a comment for your blog.  This generally goes something like:  “Hi, I’m so and so, and am a contributing author for WashingtonIsBroke.com (or your website).  I am writing an article on Governor Haley and was wondering if she has any comment about being selected to receive the Benedict Arnold Award?”

Nikki Haley Benedict Arnold AwardIt’s recommend that everyone who participated in the voting (and everyone who didn’t), please choose at least one method to communicate to the Governor that she has been selected to receive this exclusive award.  Please exercise the utmost respect for her office when communicating with her and her staff.  Any personal feelings should be expressed politely.  Remember the citizen representation we have in this nation is sacred.  The process is being defended with Soldier’s blood.

In the meantime feel free to have a bit of fun.  Send in your Nikki Haley Benedict Arnold Award or call today.  Let us know what happens using the comment section below.

Governor Nikki Haley
Office of the Governor
1205 Pendleton Street
Columbia, SC 29201
803-734-2100
Fax: 803-734-5167

Nikki Haley’s Facebook Page

Honorable Mention goes to Christine O’Donnell for her endorsement as well, but since she is not holding elected office, we will put her application on hold.

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