Calling All Patriots: Demand Real Reform Tomorrow in STL

Three different events will take place tomorrow. Details from the St. Louis Tea Party website:

Representative Todd Akin will host (live via satellite) a Healthcare Forum at the St. Charles Convention Center beginning at 9:45 a.m. on Wednesday.

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The St. Louis Tea Party Coalition and many other groups will be at the Renaissance Grand Hotel at 800 Washington Ave.  We’ll be there, beginning at 5:00 p.m.

Words of note from Bill Hennessy:

With the eyes of America on St. Louis, we grassroots conservatives will, again, display behavior that our parents and our children will be proud of.  We will not bait those who disagree with us, and we will not respond to their taunts. We will, as always, support the St. Louis Police Department and other law enforcement officers who are risking their lives to protect the President and us.  They will, I am confident, treat us all fairly. And we should all return the favor.

Full details:

Please Join Us

First Event: Rep. Todd Akin has done a great job putting together a rally at the St. Charles Convention Center starting at 9:45 a.m. This rally will include some of Congress’s staunches defenders of freedom via satellite, and many Missouri conservative leaders will be speaking locally.  RiteOn.org has a great story on this event.

Second Event:  President Obama will be at St. Charles High School at 3:30 p.m. I do not know if anyone’s put together a demonstration, so if you know of one, please put the details in the comments.

Grand Finale:  The Renaissance Hotel downtown. 5:00 to about 7:00 p.m. For those who’ve responded to the call for volunteers,  Thank you.  I tried to reply to everyone who’s emailed that they’ll be there, but I just ran out of time. We also want as many people as possible with signs to demonstrate our values and dreams for keeping America great, prosperous, and free.  So grab your signs and Gadsden Flags.  I have not received instructions on locations from the St. Louis Police Department, but please assemble in the area they designate.  The other side will also have a designated protest area.  We don’t want another incident like Carnahan’s town hall in August.

Thank you.  Let’s make March 10, 2010, a great day for St. Louis, for mid-America, and for freedom.

More info on tomorrow’s show, including a full recap of the day’s events up to show time.