Mission Viejo TEA Party April 15th

Press Release:

 Group organizes Mission Viejo TEA Party

Mission Viejo, CA, April 2, 2010 – Mission Viejo residents will participate in a Taxed Enough Already (TEA) Party on Thurs., April 15. Community members are invited to join the nationwide protest with a rally at the center of town, on the corners of La Paz and Marguerite. The Mission Viejo TEA Party will begin at 5:00 p.m. and continue until 6:30 p.m.

Organizing the event are members of Saddleback Republican Assembly, a unit of California Republican Assembly. Matt Corrigan, president of SRA, said the event will be a reunion for many TEA Party participants. Approximately 600 people attended the first TEA Party in Mission Viejo on April 15, 2009.

Mission Viejo TEA Party patriots are rallying to exercise their freedom of speech and oppose the growth of government and spending. Their concerns include the government takeover of healthcare, trillions of borrowed dollars for future generations to repay, redistribution of wealth, punishment for responsible behavior and rewards for irresponsible behavior.

Corrigan said, “We’re inviting community members of all ages and political parties to join our peaceful protest on April 15. We’re standing up to protect our freedoms and the Constitution on which our country was founded.”

Signs will be available at the rally, but participants are encouraged to create their own signs and bring American flags to wave. Look for information and updates on MissionViejoDispatch.com, this weekend’s edition of MissionViejoCA.org and the county’s premier news blog, OrangeJuiceBlog.com.

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For information, call Matt Corrigan, SRA president, (949) 830-8088.

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