So many people had and have expressed regret that they could not attend along with hundreds of their fellow patriots Tuesday’s Capitol Tax Day Rally featuring Herman Cain.  The good news is – you may not have been able to attend but you do not have to miss out on the excellent speech given by Mr. Cain!  Enjoy.

Here is an updated listing of TEA Party events that we have been made aware of to date.  If you have knowledge of others, please send to carl@unitedformissouri.org.

Fri. April 15th

Branson TEA Party

11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

Both sides of Highway 76 (the Strip) from the Fall Creek intersection to Applebees. The central meeting point is at the entrance to Area 57 (1610 West Highway 76) next to the American Bandstand Theater across from Dixie Stampede).

You are encouraged to bring your signs with messages of your concerns regarding the outrageous and questionable actions of our elected leaders. (Note: keep the messages civil, sincere, and appropriate for public viewing.)

K&N PATRIOTS TAX DAY TEA PARTY

2:00 PM

SOUTH LAWN OF THE OLD COUNTY COURT HOUSE, 2nd STREET, ST. CHARLES, MO

SPEAKERS: Missouri Auditor, Tom Schweich, St. Charles County Executive Steve Ehlmann, MO Senator Tom Dempsey, St. Charles County Council Chmn. Joe Brazil

Bring your Umbrellas in case it rains!!!!

Tax Freedom Rally

4:30-6:00pm

1310 S. Glenstone, Springfield  (Cruisin66 motorcycles –  Tim Woodsome)

MC – Nick Reed, Darin Chapell, Bill Randles, Rep Andrew Koenig and Rep Eric Burlison

Food and drinks available

Sat. April 16th

Restoring Fiscal Responsibility Tax-Day TEA Party

10:00 AM

Clark Justice Center/Joplin Police Dept.

303 E 3rd St Joplin, MO

Congressman Todd Akin (MO-2), State Rep. Charlie Davis, Newton County Commissioner Marilyn Ruestman, State Rep Eric Burlison and sponsors of Right-to-Work legislation.
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Rolla TEA Party

12:30-3:00

Lion’s Club Park on Hwy 63

Paul Curtman, Bill Federer, Allan Icet, Bob Parker, Paul Sims speaking.
Books, pamphlets available…  (Creature from Jekyll Island, End the Fed, 5,000 Year Leap, Meltdown, pamphlets on jury nullification from Jews for the Preservation of Firearms)

Food and drinks available