I have no idea who St. Barton was, but I am feeling the same way he did when he made the statement:
"I am hurt, but I am not slain. I will lie me down and bleed awhile, then I will rise up and
fight again."

The passing of the health care Bill has only strengthened my resolve to fight the government takeover of health care and everything else they throw at us.

Many, many thanks to those that I have stood beside in the past. I look forward to standing beside you in the future.


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Comment by Sharon Lollio on March 23, 2010 at 5:10pm
Love that line from St. Barton. Yesterday my good friend Maribeth said it was a day to "lick our wounds". We might have been licking but we are not licked. We are not giving up nor are we going away. I have heard from other Tea Party organizers that since Sunday their sites have gained in numbers. We are outraged and disgusted on the transparency this administration IS showing. The deals, the sweeteners, the promises, the allotments, even an executive order - to get the votes they needed from their own party members to pass this "wonderful" bill. What a joke. At our Ford Road rally on Friday, one of the guys I was standing by used the line "Remember in November." That's what we need to do. We cannot quit, we must stay engaged and we must get others involved. Tom is right about thanking all of you for standing with us and against this Liberal transformation of our country. The big thank you will come in November when we get our country back.
Comment by Brian & Sara Ii on March 23, 2010 at 3:19pm
Amen! I'm with you!

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