- By Glen A. Amos

American Revolution 2010: A Tea Party Patriot's Call to Arms

  • Title: American Revolution 2010: A Tea Party Patriot's Call to Arms
  • Author: Glen A. Amos
  • ISBN: 9781608444823
  • Page: 350
  • Format: Paperback
  • American Revolution A Tea Party Patriot s Call to Arms There is such distortion of the Tea Party Movement that a true story needs to be told The liberal progressives in the Democrat party hate us with almost as much passion as their hostility toward Sarah

    There is such distortion of the Tea Party Movement that a true story needs to be told The liberal progressives in the Democrat party hate us with almost as much passion as their hostility toward Sarah Palin The elitist RINOS Republicans in Name Only fear us and wish we would just disappear The mainstream news media regard us with contempt Well sorry about that The AThere is such distortion of the Tea Party Movement that a true story needs to be told The liberal progressives in the Democrat party hate us with almost as much passion as their hostility toward Sarah Palin The elitist RINOS Republicans in Name Only fear us and wish we would just disappear The mainstream news media regard us with contempt Well sorry about that The American people have awakened The silent majority will be silent no This book deals with the no holds barred attempt by progressive politicians and President Barrack Obama s Dream Team of socialist and communist czars to, in Obama s own words, fundamentally transform America Make no mistake there is a blitzkrieg taking place to redistribute the wealth From the global warming hoax to the San Francisco Bay Area sisters of the triad, Glen shines the light of truth on the left s perfect storm It explains why this country is in peril and the necessity for action and vigilance The American Revolution 2010 is truly A Tea Party Patriot s Call to Arms Glen Amos has spent his adult life in California as an owner of a small business Thus, he is a true endangered species For 20 years, Glen and his wife Wendy lived in the Napa Valley raising their two daughters Since 2001, they have resided in Lake of the Pines, CA After the 9 12 March on Washington, he began blogging as bharrison1776 This is his first book I have never been a political person Like most productive Americans, I was busy making a living and raising a family I had never been to a protest rally until tax day, April 15, 2009 On that day, I learned I wasn t alone in how I felt It wasn t just the voice of Rush Limbaugh on the radio or Sean Hannity on TV There were 10,000 people there just like me, frustrated to the point of action by the out of control government spending We all knew that for the first time in the history of the United States, the nation s children were not going to lead prosperous lives than the generation before them That is, unless We the People take back control of our government I became an activist patriot that day We are doing our sacred duty and I ask you to join us.

    1 thought on “American Revolution 2010: A Tea Party Patriot's Call to Arms

    1. In compliance with FTC guidelines, I’m disclosing in my review that I received the book for free through First Reads. This book will be of interest to people who lean more toward the Tea Party side. It gives some good examples for why the Tea Party needs to exist i.e. out of control spending by the government. It is a good quick read. What I like; the quotes at the beginning of the chapters give good insight as to what the people in power believe. What I wish this book had; more facts, charts [...]

    2. At less than 100 pages, every American above the age of 10 should be able to read this very important book in one day. The origin and causes of the formation of the Tea Parties and Obama's nefarious goals and objectives form the basis for this great little text. We are introduced to the Cliff Notes version of the people Obama reveres, his Communist influences and Republican RINOS who fall right into line with the progressives. PLEASE read this new First Reads book that I was lucky enough to get [...]

    3. I wish I had known that this wasn't a serious analysis of the Tea Party movement, but a biased and poorly written pamphlet lambasting anyone and everyone who disagrees with the movement. I won it for free, and I certainly got what I paid for.

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