We wish Alvin Brown well and expect him to uphold his promise not to raise taxes. We will wait and see how he responds to all citizens’ concerns and requests and how he will communicate with all the people of Duval County.
We also congratulate the winners of the City Council who won and meet the Conservative stance of the tea party movement. We expect them to uphold their promises too and look forward to them getting to work.
We are very sad on two counts today:
The First Coast Tea Party is here to stay. Our plan moving forward will focus on the 2012 Election. We have much work to do to return our country, state and city to constitutional standards. People are out of work; jobs are few; we have run out of money; spending is out of control; and people are struggling to make ends meet. This is all due to big government intervention and overstepping our constitutional boundaries. How to fix it? Ensure a 2012 win for conservative candidates. That’s our focus and we encourage our members to get ready to work hard to make that happen. We will be discussing our plans to do that with our membership.
The First Coast Tea Party’s mission is to promote the principles of our founding fathers – individual liberty and responsibility, limited government and moral leadership. We are a nonprofit, grassroots group comprised of Americans of all walks of life who contribute their individual skills to the effort. Our primary tools are personal conversations, letters, rallies, visits to the offices of elected officials, telephone calls, discussion groups, educational and informational sessions, media coverage, news releases and independent Tea Party groups. For more information, contact our office at (904) 683-3945.