Vote For YOUR “Contract From America”

The Contract from America serves as a clarion call for those who recognize the importance of free market principles, limited government, and individual liberty. It is the natural extension of a movement that began in the local communities and quickly spread across America in response to unprecedented government expansion, reckless spending, and a blatant disregard by our leaders of the nation’s founding principles.

During the past several months, hundreds of thousands of Americans have debated thousands of ideas to solve our nation’s most pressing problems. It has been an open process and has provided a genuine opportunity to give voice to a broad cross section of concerned Americans.

Now we enter the next phase; to narrow the list and let America draft the final version of the Contract from America. Click here to vote on your priorities. The final document will be unveiled on Thursday, April 15, 2010. Together, we can and will make a difference.

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3 Responses to Vote For YOUR “Contract From America”

  1. Don says:

    Coming up with a list of priorities for all of us to focus on is a good idea. Calling it the “Contract from America” not so much. This sounds too much like Newt’s “Contract with America” and most of us remember how well that went. We need a different name for our list and it should include the term Tea Party.

  2. TheAnswerto1984is1776 says:

    Agreed. Gingrich was atrocious.

  3. Pingback: Signing On With the Contract From America | Bryan/College Station Tea Party

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