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Tea partiers turn on each other
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Tea Party patriots are individuals.  Just like the original 13 colonies were.  Once they came together, they kicked some ass.

 
Below is proud Tea Party Patriot, Vietnam Vet Jack Cunningham standing with Congressman Joe Wilson at the Morristown, New Jersey Tea Party on November 1, 2009.
The first picture is Jack standing with his fellow Tea Party Patriots on 9-12-2009 in Washington DC.
The Tea Party Patriot Movement is getting stronger.   Don't listen to the American-Leftist News Media.  Get your news from FOX television.
 
 
 
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Tea partiers turn on each other  (article below)

The American-Leftist news media said that the Tea Party Movement would never get off the ground.  Now, the Leftist-media predicts, it's demise.   There are always adjustments when it comes to growth.   They go hand-in-hand.    The movement will continue to grow and the predictions and insults will get even uglier.

Being a tool of Obama and his Socialist Party, the American-Leftist media would love to see the Tea Party Patriot Movement breakdown, but it will only get much stronger.   With National Health Care, Cap & Trade, Illegal Alien Amnesty, 9-11 Terrorist Trials in Civilian Courts, Political Corruption, extreme Political Narcissism and the 2010 Congressional Election facing America, the movement is growing more excited as it plans on celebrating its first anniversary on April 15, 2010. 

Tyranny will be stopped today just like it was stopped during the American Revolution. 

Join a Tea Party group near you.                                         

Jack Cunningham     http://www.Americans-Working-Together.com

 

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Tea partiers turn on each other

http://news.yahoo.com/s/politico/20091120/pl_politico/29744

After emerging out of nowhere over the summer as a seemingly potent and growing political force, the tea party movement has become embroiled in internal feuding over philosophy, strategy and money and is at risk of losing its momentum.

The grass-roots activists driving the movement have become increasingly divided on such core questions as whether to focus their efforts on shaping policy debates or elections, work on a local, regional, state or national level or closely align themselves with the Republican Party, POLITICO found in interviews with tea party organizers in Washington and across the country.

Many of these differences date to the movement’s beginnings last winter in an outpouring of anger about the huge increases in government spending enacted by President Barack Obama and the Democratic Congress. But they were overshadowed by the initial explosion of activism that culminated during the congressional town hall meetings in August.
Now the disagreements and the sense of frustration they have engendered could diminish the movement’s potential influence in state and national politics.
“These groups don’t play as well together as they should,” said Kevin Jackson, a St. Louis-based conservative author and activist who has spoken at dozens of tea party-type rallies and is traveling across the South with a convoy sponsored by the national Tea Party Patriots group.
“They’re fractured at the organization level, I think mainly because there are a lot of people who have not had managerial experience who all of a sudden are thrust into the limelight and become intoxicated with it. And when a potential rift comes up, instead of handling it and maybe agreeing to disagree, they splinter and go off on their own.”
The movement is composed of hundreds of independent local groups, many of which are incorporated as nonprofits and have localized names referencing the tea parties, 9/12 or We the People.
Many of their members also belong to national conservative groups, including FreedomWorks, Americans for Prosperity and Grassfire, while the local groups often affiliate formally or informally with loose-knit umbrella organizations, including the Tea Party Patriots and Tea Party Nation.
The organizational chaos — combined with a widening apathy at the edges of the movement — has produced a growing consensus among local, state and national tea party leaders that for the movement to evolve from the loose conglomeration of fired-up activists who mobilized this summer to register their dissatisfaction with Obama and Congress at town hall protests and marches across the country into a sustainable bloc with the power to shape the GOP and swing elections, it will require the emergence of a national leader, group or structure.
Ned Ryun, president of American Majority, a nonprofit that has conducted organizer-training sessions for many tea party activists, said “the next three to six months” are going to be critical in determining “what’s going to happen with the tea party movement. Are they going to be a bunch of fingers, or are they going to come together to be a fist?”
Yet, while some tout a planned National Tea Party Convention in February (at which former Alaska governor and tea party darling Sarah Palin is listed as the keynote speaker) as a potentially unifying moment and others point to online coordination efforts, there is deep disagreement about what any national organization would look like and who would lead it.
FreedomWorks, Americans for Prosperity, Grassfire, Americans for Limited Government and a host of other groups have helped organize various efforts capitalizing on the energy behind the tea parties, including providing training, online war rooms that help generate phone calls and ready-to-distribute canvassing literature.
But the groups have also jockeyed — mostly behind the scenes — to take credit for leadership of the movement, which — depending on who’s doing the telling — took its name either as an homage to the 1773 Boston tax revolt that played a major role in sparking the American Revolution or from an acronym standing for “taxed enough already.”
Some activists see the turmoil within the movement and the internal clashes as simply a part of maturing.
“Some of these groups may burn out, but this is part of this entrepreneurial process and the competition is good,” said Adam Brandon, vice president of communications for FreedomWorks, a nonprofit chaired by former House Majority Leader Dick Armey of Texas.
The group has facilitated some of the efforts demonstrating the potential power of the movement. Those have included the confrontations that erupted at congressional town halls this summer, the massive Sept. 12 “Taxpayer March on Washington” as well as another Washington rally this month and support for conservative third-party candidate Doug Hoffman, who narrowly lost a special congressional election in upstate New York this month despite strong support from many tea party groups and leaders.
Brandon stressed that the strength of the tea party movement is in its grass-roots nature and that FreedomWorks’s goal is to help facilitate the movement, not to control it.
“One thing that’s clear is that anyone who says they own the tea party movement is going to get run over because no one owns the movement,” he said.
Brandon acknowledged the “rivalries and turf battles” now gripping parts of the movement but said “that’s normal because people have different ideas about what they want. That’s what’s happening now, and it’s sometimes a painful process.”
Those fights have been waged over issues that go to the heart of the movement’s purpose and strategy as well as more mundane rivalries and personal feuds.
In Myrtle Beach, S.C., disputes within the local tea party about how much to engage in partisan politics and whether board members were profiting from contracts to print paraphernalia emblazoned with the group’s logo prompted the treasurer to resign and join with defectors from a North Carolina We the People group to form a new organization.
“There’s a lot of fighting, and everyone wants to be in charge, and that’s why you have so many splinter groups,” said ex-treasurer Janet Spencer, who charged her adversaries within the tea party with saying “derogatory things about me that were very unprofessional.”
She said her new group, called Patriotic Voices of America/Carolina Patriots, counts about 100 members and will not coordinate with the Myrtle Beach Tea Party, whose treasurer, David Ognek, said the friction is “just group dynamics.”
In Texas, a handful of thriving tea party groups severed their ties from the national Tea Party Patriots group after it ousted, then sued a founding board member who had affiliated with a rival group called the Tea Party Express.
“Our fight is in Congress and not with each other or with these other groups,” said Toby Marie Walker, who was the Texas state coordinator for the Tea Party Patriots and also co-founded the Waco, Texas, tea party.
This Waco group recently drew an estimated 4,000 people to a rally it organized with the Tea Party Express, which travels the country hosting rallies. The month before, it had pulled out of the Tea Party Patriots after the Patriots group accused the Tea Party Express of steering the movement away from nonpartisan issue-based advocacy, embracing extremist rhetoric and raising questions about the Express’s finances.
The Patriots’ attack and lawsuit worried the Waco group’s board, Walker said, because “if you align yourself with someone who is going to be that malicious, then how do we know they won’t turn on us?”
Other local tea party groups, though, cast their lots with the Patriots, heeding the group’s call to disassociate with the Tea Party Express.
In Granbury, Texas, local tea party organizer Josh Sullivan says he believes the movement’s effectiveness is being compromised by extremism.“You have some interesting folks in the Tea Party movement — some of them I can support, but some of them are kind of out there and radical, and I don’t want to associate myself with them,” he said. In Northern Colorado, meanwhile, a handful of active 9/12 groups — named for the Glenn Beck-encouraged effort to stage the Sept. 12 Washington march — are unhappy with the state 9/12 group’s aversion to fundraising and with its focus on national issues and have discussed forming their own rival statewide group.
“People are beginning to become a little bit de-energized — they’re starting to feel like they’re fighting a losing battle, because we send a lot of letters into Washington, D.C., and things like that, and people are saying they’re not listening,” said Brian Britton, who heads the Greeley, Colo., 9/12 group.
That fear is echoed by Glenn Galls, a Hot Springs, Ark., tea party organizer frustrated with the focus of Arkansas’s state-level tea party groups on national races and issues such as cap and trade and health care.
“If the tea party movement is going to continue to thrive and to grow and to have influence,” he said, “it must start coming together and coalescing and finding its purpose in life, because if it doesn’t, the excitement will fade like it does from anything else.”
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"Who cares who takes the credit for forming the Tea Party Movement. 
 
One of the proudest moments in my life was when I was one of hundreds of thousands of proud American patriots on 9-12-2009 in Washington DC.       On Election Day 2010, I'll be voting as a patriot with millions of other like-minded Americans.
We are all in this together..."  Jack Cunningham

Is Governor Chris Christie, good political friend of Mitt Romney, delaying a call for a transparent investigation for fraud and perjury charges surrounding New Jersey Supreme Court Official Robert Correale and his powerful and influential former law firm, Maynard & Truland?

Please call Governor Chris Christie's office at 609-292-6000 and state that John "Jack" Cunningham's allegations deserve a 'honest' New Jersey State investigation.


Please
pass this request for calling Governor Chris Christie to ALL your families and friends 'on and off' the internet. It's about time, New Jersey's state government faced this Cover-up.

Billboard recently established on I-75 just south of Lake City, Florida
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"Support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign or domestic"
Oaths of military enlisted and all government officials
 
 
 
Webmaster Jack Cunningham Sussex, NJ
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Webmaster Jack Cunningham Sussex, NJ
 
Below is Jack Cunningham standing with Congressman Joe Wilson at the Morristown, New Jersey Tea Party on November 1, 2009.
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“Never, never, never, never give up.” - Winston Churchill

 

Everyone's a winner, when political corruption loses...


 

Jack Cunningham does NOT consider himself a victim of New Jersey State Corruption.  After nine years of battling, I'm a SURVIVIOR.  I just need some great Grassroots support to be a WINNER.

Having served and lived (24/7) as an U.S. Marine in a Vietnamese peasant village for months, I have Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).  I'm not looking for pity, just a little understanding that I can't continue to battle everyday.   I need SUPPORT... 

 

Please join my Facebook Cause (over 1,186 members) and get active and stay active: http://apps.facebook.com/causes/406864/59628385?m=9e4cc0c7

 

PLEASE  KEEP  RECRUITING

 

You can learn the details about Jack's charges at:    http://www.capveterans.com/america_s_freedom_tea_parties_are_growing/id40.html

 

The State of New Jersey is NOT in a hurry to bring these crooks to justice.  

Some of the accused, if convicted, could impact prior criminal, civil and ethics cases that they had oversight over.   

 
 
 
My Facebook Page  (3,627 Friends):   http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?ref=profile&id=589440829
 
For nine (9) years, Tea Party Patriot, disabled Vietnam veteran, Marine, husband, father and grandfather Jack Cunningham has been battling to bring a group of corrupt lawyers and state officials to justice in his home state.  (Nine years is a long time for an honorable veteran to battle for his due process.)  
          With the support of his own State Senator Steven Oroho and two members of his state's Assembly, Jack has his corruption/cover-up charges all the way up to his state's Supreme Court.  But he needs a little Grassroots support to take him the rest of the way.  (Even the lawyers of the highest court of his state are protecting their own.  Please read the below letter, which was copied by the State Senator to every member of New Jersey State's Supreme Court.)
 
 
PLEASE PRESS LETTER FOR A LARGER COPY
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PLEASE PRESS LETTER FOR A LARGER COPY

 
Do you believe New Jersey Supreme Court is part of a Cover-up...?  (Please read the Senator's letter over again)
New Jersey's Superior Court may be part of it.
In a civil case on this, a New Jersey Superior Court Transcript mysterious went missing,
before it could be typed By The Court Clerk as well...
HOW  DOES  A  SUPERIOR  COURT  TRANSCRIPT  GO  MISSING,  BEFORE  THE  CLERK  CAN  TYPE  IT?
 
 
 
Please Help This Combat Wounded Vietnam Veteran By Making a Brief Phone Call.   He's been fighting for nine (9) years.
 
Please contact State Senator Steve Oroho at (973) 300-0200 and ask him how the state's Supreme Court can be motivated into finally giving Jack Cunningham his justice.   
 
Jack has NOT received an updated status, since he received the above letter (5 months ago).
 
 
 
Please Join the Facebook Cause:    Tea Party Patriot Needs Tea Party Support to Fight Government Corruption
http://apps.facebook.com/causes/406864/59628385?m=9e4cc0c7&ref=nf
 
 
 
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Thanks to our members in Congress, this little girl already has a huge piece of the American Pie...
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See her whole picture by pressing her little nose...
 
 
 
 
This is how the Congress will pass ObamaCare.
Please watch this brief video.
(It's TYRANNY in Congress.)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ywgUCdefSW8
 
 
GET  INVOLVED  BEFORE  IT  IS  TOO  LATE!!
 
 
 
Tea Parties are Still Growing
 
Watch the internet for details and plan early.
 
 

There are still gracious, honorable and dedicated politicians in America

Since November 2008, my New Jersey State Legislators Senator Steven Oroho, Assemblywoman Alison Littell McHose, along with State Assemblyman Gary R. Chiusano and their staff have been laboriously investigating my allegations of malfeasance behavior within the New Jersey Office of Attorney Ethics.  Although I have a large amount of real evidence, this diligent legislative team have faced a number of roadblocks.  The largest roadblock being the fact that the Office of Attorney Ethics is a commissioned office of New Jersey’s Supreme Court.  The fact that I’m considered 100% disabled by the federal Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), due to Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) compounds the problem in various ways.  Three months ago, Senator Steven Oroho had to meet directly with New Jersey Supreme Court Justice Barry T. Albin.  His actions were done in order to move the Office of Attorney Ethics to release the simplest of information of their former Vice-Chairman Robert Correale, who, along with his former law firm, Maynard & Truland, are at the center of this investigation.  This meeting and follow-up letter addressed to all New Jersey Supreme Court justices took place, because the lack of response to Senator Oroho office’s formal letter from February of this year, requesting this same information.   Why it took until June to answer simple questions was excused and an apology was given to Senator Oroho and his staff from the Office of Attorney Ethics.

  

For almost nine (9) years now, I have been getting this same (And a little worse) runaround from the New Jersey Office of Attorney Ethics, the New Jersey’s governor’s office, the state’s attorney general’s office and both the Supreme and Superior Court systems.  I tremendously appreciate the unending efforts of New Jersey legislators Senator Oroho, Assemblywoman Littell McHose, Assemblyman Chiusano and their gracious and dedicated staff.  Their bills before the NJ legislature concerning PTSD veterans, and the recent announcement of a Supreme Court reform for comprehensive public examination and access to court records, are major steps forward.  I’m praying that their continued efforts in this investigation gain more support from additional New Jersey government officials.

 

I’m especially looking forward to the day when all the parties at the center of this indignation are brought to justice, so they can never use their government influence negatively against New Jersey’s citizens again.

 

It’s time for justice in New Jersey.

http://www.americans-working-together.com/attorney_ethics/id73.html

 

 

Please call Jon Corzine and ask him to answer disabled veteran Jack Cunningham's Certified letters.

  

Call Gov. Jon Corzine at:   609 292 6000

 
 
New Jersey State Senator Paul Sarto's office is not admitting to receiving any phone calls on this concern.   Please help his staff change their minds.

Please call:     NJ State Senators - Paul Sarto - 201 804-8118 and John Girgenti - 973 427 1229
 
 
Tea Parties should also fight Government Corruption.    Federal and State Government Corruption is adding BILLIONS to the United States debt.
 
 
 
Average Americans' Heads Are Going To Spin
 
Rush, Rush, Rush - (Hide all bumps in the road...)   Rush all major changes through, before the people realize what happened.
 
You better be heard soon, before it is too late.  Your politicians are mostly going along with Obama.   
 
Jack Cunningham
 
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U.S. climate change bill to compete with healthcare
 

WASHINGTON (Reuters)  Environmentalists hope the push in Congress for climate change legislation is not overwhelmed by the debate dominating Capitol Hill over changing the U.S. healthcare system. But it might be.

Already two months behind schedule and unsure whether enough Democrats will play along, Senate leaders still aim to pass a bill by December when a United Nations summit convenes in Copenhagen to set worldwide goals for reducing carbon dioxide and other pollutants.

But as the debate over healthcare legislation rages and with President Barack Obama due to address a joint session of Congress on Wednesday to try to rescue the faltering plan, it was unclear whether rattled lawmakers will have the time -- or the inclination -- to take on climate change.