NEXT GENERAL MEETING
NEXT STEERING COMMITTEE MEETING:
to be announced
NEXT MTPC Conference Call Meeting:
LEWISTOWN SCHOOL BOARD MEETINGS:
second Monday of each month
at Lincoln Admin Building
LEWISTOWN CITY COUNCIL MEETINGS:
first and third Mondays of each month
at Central Montana Community Center
|WELCOME TO THE
LEWISTOWN TEA PARTY
If you believe that the sudden and severe growth of
government and government spending threatens our economic
security and that of future generations, you have found
like-minded friends! This website will be one of your main
points of contact with the Tea Party – a place to share
information, ideas, and resources.
Please see our
and philosophy to
learn who we are and what we are about.
We invite you to
Whether you attend our events, help us teach others about the
issues and candidates, provide financial support, or just cheer
us on, you are one of us.
John Bohlinger, Montana candidate for US Senate,
has confused the Tea Party with the Taliban.
Here's a little lesson for him:
Forget the "Lamestream Media" - Check
out these Conservative Montana Blogs - this is where you
will learn what's going on and why it is important to
you - the conservative
majority of Montana USA.
Rockin' On the Right Side
- Lewistown blogger - fun and common sense with the
volume on 9
Flint Report - Blog posts from the moderator of
Voices of Montana, Aaron Flint
TO DO LIST:
• Do some self-searching to determine
what is most important to you. Are your values being
represented in government?
• Learn as much about local, state,
and national issues as possible. Read the Constitution.
Study economics and how the free market system works in a
democratic republic. Determine what is right and what is wrong
with our government at every level, and prioritize the problems
that must be addressed. Learn first - talk second.
If you are not well-informed, you won't be taken seriously.
• Educate your children, your family,
your neighbors and friends about important issues.
Politely but firmly take a stand whenever you see or hear about
a bad decision by our government leaders.
• Get involved. Make your
clearly thought-out positions known to those who can implement
changes. Participate in school and government affairs.
Contact your representatives. Attend meetings.
• Walk the talk. Be ready to put
your money where your mouth is, but only when you are sure it
will be used to advance your cause and values.
• Support and vote for public
officials who "get it" and who will not be corrupted once in
office. And help get rid of those who don't "get it".