by Andrew Mangione –
AMAC has been invited to participate in the Patriots Rally for Freedom on March 15, 2014, at the Cool River Ranch located just outside of San Marcos, Texas. The event, billed as a day-long fun, family-oriented festival, features top Conservative speakers and live entertainment throughout the day.
The rally’s mission is simple: unite Conservatives, be they Republican, Tea Party, Independent or Libertarian as the mid-term elections approach. And to also reignite the passion, patriotism and love of country that was exhibited by such American leaders as President Kennedy, Martin Luther King and President Reagan.
The free event begins at 10:00 AM and performers include Nashville recording artist and American Idol contestant Krista Branch and the band Project Hayseed. Please see the following link for more information. www.patriotsrally4freedom.com
I don’t know if my husband and I can make it to the Texas rally or not, kind of short notice but would love to be there. We need as many of these rally’s as possible before the election. Make as much positive commotion that the media has to pay attention. America has to wake-up. There are so many people out there that have no idea what’s going on it’s really scary. I’m glad someone is finely doing something positive. I’m tired of all the talk and no direction. So Thank-You so much for the Post, for the Progress and for the Direction.
New AMAC member. Thanks for offering a conservative alternative.
We should organize a march in each state to let Obama know “we the people” still run this country!
The following You Tube video was sent to me from Oklahoma, which is just one state where it is being implemented, compliments of our government. It is an hour and 9 min. long. If you have kids or grandkids and love them I suggest you watch this and pass it on. It is called Common Core: Dangers and Threats to American Liberty and Education.
There should be a way to let other AMAC members know about rallies in their areas…..we should be networking!
I’ll contact AMAC on Monday to take down the effigy post if it hasn’t been removed by then. I agree, AMAC is a class act that lets the facts speak.
To whom it may concern: The post which relates to an aarp effigy needs to be removed, otherwise, we are stepping out of order to substandard. Let’s keep AMAC clean, filled with proud citizens.
Vero Beach, FL
I sure am worried about America. I hope we can stand together to make the changes needed in November. I dislike the Democrats way of doing things, but the Republicans may have to learn to fight back at all cost to get our country back. I pray for success in November.
I’m a Constitutionalist, TEA Party conservative Independent who would caucus with the Republicans. My worst fear is, however, the hijacking of the US Electoral system by the Democrats so as to get their people elected. Also, what about Apportionment in the electoral college rather than a “Winner-take-all” system?
I too have cancled AARP, I was
a long time member.
It was so obvious from the start of my membership with AARP that the political slant of their articles was the antithesis of my core belief system that I attempted to get a refund for the balance of my subscription. Unfortunately, it was their standard three year subscription. They still keep coming monthly and their newsletter keeps being tossed into the circular file (for recycling). Thanks. For the alternative.
Patriots rally for Freedom March 15th, What a COOL thing to do. I’ll be there.
Before Obama came along, I belonged to AARP. I knew he was no good as a leader from the start and when AARP sided with him on Obamacare, I knew it was time to end our relationship with that organization. Thanks Amac.
Little Rock, Ar.