Liberty and Freedom
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Jan Novak-Voeltzke said:Tia: my thoughts exactly, as I was typing my comment re the Civil War--the Revolutionary War. But both were for freedom--that's what I thought--and I don't know of Rev War Reenactors....only Civil War ones. Looking forward to meeting you at the 5/2 meeting.
Tia Gazi said:Jan Novak-Voeltzke said:Its too bad we can't find Revolutionary War reinactors, they would speak more too our intent. But Civil War reinactors are cool too. We need to remember that a little sacrifice of our time such as handing out flyers or whatever, is nothing to what past generations have given up for love of country.I really like the Civil War Reenactment idea. That would speak volumes, too--a good reminder that people today care enough too to go the limit for our freedoms, our families, our country--to protect all from the Socialist/Communist Complete Takeover.
Scott Arnett said:Ok, I'm convinced. I have been leaning toward a big event, but that probably would be something better to have closer to the 2010 elections.
As far as medievel stuff, I don't know. What I do know is that Hastings has some awsome Civil War reanactments. I went a few years ago and they had some impersonators there that really impressed me. Maybe worth looking into. I'll check it out. Feedback please.
P.S. this Lincoln look alike came up behind me and started giving me the fore scores speech and it floored me. I hadn't laughed that hard in a long time. The guy was unbelievable. I only laughed because he was a spitting image.
My idea was to offer this as an event that folks could choose to attend after the rally and other activities. Yeah, it cost $7 to get in I think.
Jan Novak-Voeltzke said:Gene: Your comment leads me to believe that anyone attending or wanting to get into the Kings Stadium will have to have a ticket? If so, that would be prohibitive for an awful lot of people and we'd diminish our ability to attrack a lot of citizens. Your comments?
I have a facebook friend who responded that his band may agree to play on the 4th, gratis. Here is their web page:
33rd Street Band.
Have you heard about Neal Boortz's citizenship test? It is in his book "Somebody's Got To Say It."
Hey, could we get in a 4th of July parade, like in Schoolcraft? I donno, they may not like 1000 marchers!!! Just an idea.