Thursday, September 10, 2009

D C is Patriot City This Weekend

Hi everyone, I’m blogging from DC…cool huh…using my lovely hostess’s computer…

Sharing some pictures and a little story about my Congressman dodging three of us from his hometown…

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A welcome sign when we got off the Metro…

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The Armory where the “Freedom Works” Liberty Summit…

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I’ll give more details later -but this is Dick Armey…Chairman of Freedom Works

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A few of the speakers…

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Okay, some people had to have some fun!!!!

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Leave it to a blogger to find a “Yard Sale”…downtown DC…woohoo…no trucks though…

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Ops…Justin fell a little behind us…

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I gave this lady a heartfelt hug…right there on the street corner…she deserved it!!!

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Goldstar Military Mom…I think she is 86….WOW!!!

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Her Dad just came home in May from fighting for her!!!!Liberty Summit 133

Rep. Marsha Blackburn welcomed us with open arms and much hospitality….and treated our remarks with much respect…Kudos to Ms. Marsha!!!!

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We met with an intern at our Representative's office, John Tanner (we're all from the same hometown) she was polite…John came into the office while we were talking with this intern, he never spoke to us or acknowledged our presence…We were sitting about three feet from him…THREE VOTERS!!!

I’ll be back with more asap…


  1. I am so impressed that you are there this weekend. Your photos are wonderful. Keep us posted and keep the photos coming. I guess John Tanner just lost three votes:) A simple hello would have saved those votes.

  2. Becky, I didn't know that your son was getting to go with you. That is SO neat. Young people need to see what is going on in the country more than any of us.

    I love Marsha Blackburn... NEAT lady.

    Have fun. I'm so jealous!!!

  3. What a wonderful post! How fabulous that you were able to be there and see Freedom in action...great photos!


  4. Becky...YOU GO GIRL...I admire your spirit and you devotion to this country, The pictures were great and I am so happy to see freedom in action.


  5. This war on terrorism is so difficult to understand and touches so many of our families personally. Look forward to reading how you've got on.

  6. Hi Becky! Looks like you're having fun! You're certainly in the perfect place to observe Patriot Day.
    Have a great weekend!

  7. You Go Girl..... I am sooooo proud of you.

  8. Why is Marsha Blackburn Speaking? Why is any politician speaking? Marsha Blackburn is the Queen of Pork and voted for the First BailOut!
    Economic Stimulus. H.R. 5140, the Economic Stimulus Act of 2008, passed 385-35 on January 29, 2008 (Roll Call 25). It would provide about $150 billion in economic stimulus, including $101.1 billion in direct payments of rebate checks (typically $600) to most taxpayers in 2008 and temporary tax breaks for businesses. Creating money out of thin air and then spending the newly created money cannot improve the economy, at least not in the long term. (If it could, why not create even more money for rebates and make every American a millionaire?) The stimulus has no offset and thus increases the federal deficit by the amount of the stimulus because the government must borrow the rebate money. A realistic long-term stimulus can only be achieved by lowering taxes through less government and by reducing regulatory burdens. Marsha Blackburn voted FOR this bill.(Source: The New American – July 21, 2008)

    Marsha Blackburn is my Congressman.
    She is no constitutionalist.
    See her unconstitutional votes at :

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