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PostSubject: New Member Introduction Thread   March 2nd 2009, 21:15

Please let us know a little about yourself when you join.



I'm 39 years old, no kids, married for 19 years. I was born in Macon, GA but have lived in Milledgeville, Carrollton, Temple, and now Gainesville, GA. I work for an online ecommerce site that has about 8 websites that I help to maintain, and in general just do whatever else they need me to do around there. I'm into fishing, camping and guns(thanks to all my gun nut friends!). Oh, and video games. My gamertag on Live and PSN is OwlorNothing. Smile One of my favorite books is " When I was a Kid, this was a Free Country" by G. Gordon Liddy. Another is 1984 by George Orwell, and I enjoy books on fishing by Nick Lyons. Favorite show is Dirty Jobs, Suvivorman( now cancelled. Sad ) and any type of football. Not soccer. Football. I'm more conservative than Rush, have no use for liberals and love this country - and have decided that I can't stand by any longer and enjoy my life without trying to stop the attacks on our liberty that have been going on for longer than I've been alive...

I also like motorcycles. Alot. ( Yes, Milliam I know they will kill me. Wink )


Alright....who's next? You guys that know each other, go ahead and post up something....let's hope for so many people motivated to join the fight that we get 1000 new friends. And Joe, you go ahead and tell them about your secret hobby...no sense in hiding it. Smile LOL

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PostSubject: Re: New Member Introduction Thread   March 2nd 2009, 23:09

I'm 37 years old. I have a 9 year old daughter and an 18 year old step daughter. I've been married for 5 years now. I was born, raised, and still live in Stockbridge, GA (well technically I'm in Ellenwood now, but I'm only a mile from where I grew up).

After 4 years at Georgia Tech, I transferred and to and graduated from Southern Tech with a BS in Mechanical Engineering Technology. I used to work at Panoz Automotive designing cars, but now I work for Yamaha down in Newnan designing recreational vehicles. I've been there almost a year now.

I enjoy fishing, hunting, guns, bows (traditional), and whatever else strikes me at the moment. I've got a ton of projects always on going and never enough time to take care of them.

I cringe at the thought of what our country has become and how far we are away from what our founding fathers gave their lives for.
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PostSubject: Re: New Member Introduction Thread   March 3rd 2009, 21:47

I'm 43 years old, have been married for 21 years, and have five home-schooled children. I am a lawyer by trade, but was a high school science teacher for three years before I went to law school. I graduated from one of the most conservative Christian undergraduate institutions in the country, and from one of the most liberal law schools. I was introduced to political correctness before most of the country had begun to hear of it, watching as it took over and emasculated my law school. I am deeply committed to my faith in Christ, to my family, and to my country. I am a product of a free America, in which choices had consequences, and working hard was rewarded--the true American dream. My grandfather was a union man who worked as a line worker in a radiator factory, making parts for General Motors automobiles. My dad grew up poor, went to college to become an electrical engineer, and worked for a photocopier company for almost his entire career. We were middle middle-class. I went to college to become a science teacher, and after three years left teaching to go to one of the top-ranked law schools in the country. I started a law firm in 1996, and it continues to this day to be the only source of income for my family. I have no safety net--no government bailouts for small business, and no unemployment for business owners if the business fails--which is the way it should be. Although it used to be larger before the economy soured, our firm sustains three families. In my spare time, if I have any, I like to fish and hunt, volunteer at church, and read anything I can get my hands on. I want our country to regain its position as the greatest nation on earth, where people are free to make choices, take risks, and exercise personal responsibility. I want to be free of the tyranny that is socialism and the evil that unfettered regulation of business creates. All I ask is that government stay out of the way and let me operate my business to the best of my ability.
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PostSubject: Re: New Member Introduction Thread   March 4th 2009, 00:25

I'm 33, I live in Colorado and got excited when I saw a link for this site over at hot air. I have two kids and am married. I don't shoot much and have never really hunted. I do however, hold my freedoms dear to my heart. By the way I like motorcyles too. I have a 2006 GL 1800 with nearly all the goodies. Unfortunately I was diagnosed with a rare blood disease last year that looks like it will limit or possibly eliminate my riding. Oh well such is life. I hope that all together we can make a difference and help turn this country back to the republic our founding fathers meant it to be.
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PostSubject: Re: New Member Introduction Thread   March 10th 2009, 21:16

Boomer, thank you for joining up. Please send $10000 to....

just kidding you.


I'm glad you're here - it doesn't matter if you're in GA or not, we're glad to have you. I haven't ridden in a year or more and I suppose I'm trying to "kick the habit", but every time I see someone on a motorcycle, I find myself wishing it was me. Wink

If you like, you can keep us up to date on anything happening in CO. From what I'm seeing and hearing over the internet, there are alot of groups popping up all over that are flat-out fed up with all the taxing and spending and government pork....and if I ever get out that way to do some flyfishing, I'll give you $20 to set a tent up in your backyard maybe!!? Laughing

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PostSubject: Re: New Member Introduction Thread   March 18th 2009, 09:11

I'm 29 and am a permanent resident of Georgia. While it's not perfect, I will consider no other place as "home." Ever increasingly do I see myself a Georgian First, American second.
I love music and have played several instruments, currently guitar ROCK N' ROLL FOREVER!!! My family is a redneck as they come, yet somehow my father didn't wind up that way(But I still have redneck streak.) Been into Motorcycles for a few years, my current ride being an '08 Triumph Daytona 675. I have always been around firearms and do not understand why so many people are afraid of these inanimate objects. One of my earliest memories of shooting was me at around 5 years of age firing at a milk jug with my father's .25ACP pocket pistol. It fit in his palm, but it was like a regular size pistol to me.
My rights are near and dear to me and I believe that Those who do not understand their rights have already forfeited them. Having said that, many of the youngest generation fit into that category. Even many of my generation also. I cannot believe that the schools today teach only that a Constitution was written, yet do not inform the students of its content and purpose. I would like to personally thank Mrs. Cassiday(5th grade) for her wonderful instruction of the Constitution/Bill of Rights.
I joined this site after getting an invitation through Georgiasportbike.com.
The government has grown at a cancerous rate. We as citizens must gather together while we are still citizens and not subjects. We must unite or we will become extinct.
Our Constitution protects individual rights and imposes limits on the government, yet I see a limitless government with no care for the rights of individuals.
Divide and conquer is how we let the government reach its present incarnation.
This left/right stuff has got to stop. The great multitude of Americans reside in the center. Think of the bell curve. That is where our strength resides.
We, yes you and I, have created a ruling class. We keep installing the same inefficient fixtures into places of high office, hoping they will do OUR job. Yes it is our job to make America great. Lately we seem to have a problem of confusing society with government.
Here's a couple of my favorite quotes from Common Sense by Thomas Paine.
Who does the first one remind you of?
"Men who look upon themselves born to reign, and others to obey, soon grow insolent; selected form the rest of mankind their minds are early poisoned by importance; and the world they act in differs so materially from the world at large, that they have little opportunity of knowing its true interests, and when they succeed to the government are frequently the most ignorant and unfit of any throughout the dominions."
"The more men have to lose, the less they are willing to venture." Thomas Paine, Common Sense.

Now is OUR time.
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PostSubject: hi   March 20th 2009, 08:57

Hi, I'm Kelly in Gainesville...36, mom to two beautiful awesome children whose future I am worried about..What kind of country will they inherit? As I was watching some footage yesterday on the past tea parties, I was struck by a poster that a young child held at one of the rallies. It said "get your hands off my piggybank" I want this Governments hands OUT of my children's piggybanks and out of our private lives! I've tried to teach my children sound money managment fiscal responsibility and living within your means and what a horrible example our "leaders" have set ...I've always lived in Gainesville. My mother has been fussing at me for two years now to wake up to what is happening in our country. Finally, once I made the time to look into it,(busy mom!) I was appalled at how quickly our liberties are being taken away from us with so little protest from the people. So, my mother and I have become activists, keeping our representatives phone numbers posted on the fridge and we constantly call. We have been keeping close tabs on every bill that is introduced and have been trying to spread the word when and where we can. Things I am interested in right now are: preserving my religious rights to worship my creator and God however I see fit without imposing my beliefs on others. (They are free too!) the HR 1207 (fed transparency), HR 875 Food modernization, (will wipe out farmers markets and organic farms), and all the budgets and bailouts and spending. I want smaller govt!!!! Now I've gotten the hubby on board and he is spreading the word too..
Thanks for having me and I'll do what I can. I am very passionate about this cause!
oh and I just finished reading Ron Paul's Revolution.(I voted for him) ..wow..what an amazing man. He makes so much sense. anyone else like him??
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PostSubject: Re: New Member Introduction Thread   March 21st 2009, 00:12

Thanks for joining up! It sounds like you folks are our kind of people! Smile LOL


I only speak for myself, but I agree with much that RP has said, esp. about the Constitution and the need to return to it. However, I believe that RP has some friends, and has had some issues in his past that would make it hard for me to vote for him. ( hey, you asked!? Smile LOL )


I'm glad you're here and I think there are a few others that closely follow what RP is doing...and although not every member will agree on every subject, I think we all agree that the government is out of control and ruining our country.


Again, thank you for signing up and for joining in the tea party. Can't wait to meet my fellow Patriots in G'ville! Smile

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PostSubject: Re: New Member Introduction Thread   March 24th 2009, 14:55

I'm 18 and currently a student away from home. I'm from Flowery Branch where most of my family lives. I might be young, but I cannot sit idly by while my country is heading towards becoming a welfare state. I believe that activism is the only way by which we can succeed in bring America back to its former glory. For any from the left reading this, remember that Hitler gave great speeches, too.
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PostSubject: Re: New Member Introduction Thread   March 24th 2009, 15:35

Welcome aboard Bart.

First things first, your avatar must go. This is a family friendly site and we have many youngsters around. Also, that's not the image we portray.

Glad to see young people getting involved though.

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PostSubject: Re: New Member Introduction Thread   March 24th 2009, 17:29

Thanks Joe. And thank you Bart for understanding. I like the triple aces. Smile


You are very fortunate Bart, that you are "awake" to the threat at such a young age. One thing I know....our movement will end with us if we do not give young people a reason to join us and make the stand.

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PostSubject: Re: New Member Introduction Thread   March 24th 2009, 22:09

I have possumdawg andmdb3 to thank for being "awake." They raised me well. I'm currently trying to "awaken" my fellow students, but it seems that they choose to listen to the media.
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PostSubject: Re: New Member Introduction Thread   March 25th 2009, 08:54

Bart, your tag line reminds me of one I saw a while back:

There are 10 types of people in this world--those who understand binary and those who don't.

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PostSubject: Hello from Sugar Hill   April 11th 2009, 17:18

I think I found my way hear from http://www.atlantateaparty.net/ but I am not sure. All I know is that I was on this site and found it interesting.

I am the father of one son 27, a successful programmer in Norcross and two daughters ages 15 and 17. The girls have either been home-schooled or in Christian schools. This is their first year in public school but since my wife was laid off as a teacher from a Christian school, we had to do it. Actually North Gwinnett is a pretty good HS as far as government schools go.

I live in Sugar Hill. I am retired Navy Nuke submariner and now work in Gainesville designing automation software for the food processing industry.

I would have to say the most influential people in my life were Ayn Rand and Robert Heinlien. Rand open my eyes and validated my secret thoughts. Heinlien, because he gave me a world to escapte too when the maddness became overwhelming.

I read 1984 and Animal farm in 9th grade and was able to stay clear of the hippie-dippy lunacy. At age 14, my mom saw how I was struggling with the status quo and handed me Rand’s book, Anthem. From then on, I never had to look back. Too poor to go to college, I joined the USMC at 18. I caught the tail end of VN and got out after 4 in the corps. Went to college for a year and re-joined the USN as a member of their nuclear power program. Retired from the USN in Kings Bay, Ga. And landed a contract at the CDC as a analyst and software designer. Did the government thing but finally had to leave after six years. Those people thought Fidel Castro was a right-winger. I became an independent consultant and did that until 2005 when I started working for the food processing industry.

My wife is from NJ (I know, what exit?) but we both consider ourselves Georgians. We love it here and love the rich conservatism and independence that you can still find in Ga. Zell Miller was the first democrat liked. We are strong supporters of the 2nd Amendment and members of Ga. Carry (GCO). My wife, myself and my son all have carry permits.

I like reading, hiking, Geocaching, Harleys(this the handle Springer Rider), my family, stock trading, carpentry, camping and intelligent discussions about culture, politics and values. I hold a post grad degree in Information Technologies and under graduate degrees in psych and social.

I am Paine's Ghost on Free Republic.

I fear that America may become a forgotten idea. What is so sad is that so many others were able to hop an a raft and come here to flee the despots that have taken over their countries. Where do we go?
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PostSubject: Re: New Member Introduction Thread   April 11th 2009, 21:16

Welcome aboard Springer. I'm on GeorgiaCarry.org as well as "Owl." I suppose someday I'll have to explain that around here, but it's not because I'm wise. rabbit


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PostSubject: Re: New Member Introduction Thread   April 13th 2009, 20:03

Hey there! My name is Nicole. I am married and have 2 boys ages 10 and 8. I come from an extremely conservative background (my father is just to the right of Attila the Hun Wink ) I didn't start to come around until I hit the age of 24 and realized that maybe I should start learning about the political makeup of this country and start to figure out where I stand on the issues that face this wonderful country. I found a home with the conservative republicans and haven't regretted it one bit. I am a very conservative woman who now can claim to be "just to the right of Attilla the Hun" as well. Ok, so I am rambling now, sorry. I am just so excited to be able to be a part of something that I always thought was "bigger than me" and that I couldn't do anything about. I worry about my future and the future of my children and this is why I am here. I look forward to seeing ya'll at the tea party on Wednesday.


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PostSubject: Re: New Member Introduction Thread   April 13th 2009, 21:31

Welcome aboard Nicole. I remember 24. Thanks for making everyone over 30 feel really, really old right now. Smile LOL


We're glad to have you. I can't wait to meet everyone at the Tea Party! Only two days to go!

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PostSubject: Hi   April 14th 2009, 10:35

Hi there!

I'm Teri. Half of my life was spent in Macon before my family moved to Atlanta. I still love the smell of a paper mill on a hot, humid, summer day, heh! (Only people FROM Macon can call it the "armpit of the South" or the "Stench in the nostril of God.") I'm 50 yrs. old, have 2 children, a boy 21 yrs. old and a girl, 16 yrs. old. We moved here 22 years ago for my husband's work. I LOVE Gainesville!
I used to be a "liberal." Of course, that was a long time ago, during my idealistic, naive, pre-self-reliant-personal-responsibility era - I was in college. My Conservative husband, of 28 years, chipped away at me AND FINALLY I "saw the light" - which shone upon liberal hypocrisy, double-standards & social policies which actually thwart & squash FREEDOM & LIBERTY - and converted. I believe that WE are going to have to do a lot more and differently, to fight liberalism / Socialism ... I'm afraid that our country is in danger of dissolving as a Republic. I am APPALLED by the lack of EDUCATED teenagers and young adults , PEOPLE ... our Ed system + slack media + poor parenting = jocolor I believe that "multiculturalism" is an enormous threat ... I love William F. Buckley (RIP), Mark Steyn, Charles Krauthammer ...
I could stay on here all day, but I'm off to email Tea Party reminders to people.

I think this is a wonderful site (which I, too found by way of the Atlanta Tea Party site) and you have my full respect and appreciation for all your efforts! I will be at the TEA PARTY with my husband, daughter and as many friends as I can round up. I've read the "rules" re: signs, etc. & will abide by them.

Looking forward to seeing how Liberty Calls develops! You've got my support. Last thing, my husband and I will make it a point to get a burger at Brad's Grill & mention you AND we will get any "ammo" we need from Walmart.

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PostSubject: Re: New Member Introduction Thread   April 14th 2009, 13:51

I am a 36 yr old from Ball Ground in Northern Cherokee Co. I am married with two children. My daughter is 7 and my son is 19 months old. I have known some of the guys on the board for several years now. I actually own a small hardware/sporting goods store up in Ball Ground. I have been keeping up with the board for a few weeks and have been meaning to join up on here.

I can not believe how blind some of these followers of the current governmental administration are. It absolutely scares me to death, the amount of things that are being given a blind eye and just passed to help the economy as well as the back door politics on trying to take away our basic rights.

I would love to join the Tea party but I am unable to.



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PostSubject: Re: New Member Introduction Thread   April 14th 2009, 17:46

NGA, we'll just let anyone in here won't we?

I'll add you to the Friends list as soon as this tea party madness is over. Smile LOL
I'm glad to see ya here, ole friend.

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PostSubject: Re: New Member Introduction Thread   April 14th 2009, 19:00

Yea Yea I know, throw me to the back of the bus already.... Shocked Very Happy

As I was saying I wanted to get joined up before tomorrow to show my support for the cause!


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PostSubject: Re: New Member Introduction Thread   April 29th 2009, 21:44

Hello there fellow patriots! Thought I would mark whats his name's first 100 days by joining up to the call of liberty! What better time?
My dear friend SpringerRider invited me to the site a couple of weeks ago. I live in Buford, GA - a 53 year old wife and mother of three children and three stepchildren (plus four step-grand daughters!) - love my country and everything that it stands for and willing to fight to keep it from being destroyed. I never, ever thought I would live to see the day that I am seeing today, every day on the news. I feel I cannot just sit by and watch this happen and do nothing - it is not within me to turn away and let it happen. It is akin to seeing a dear loved one dying and just sitting by and doing nothing. Wouldn't we all do everything within our power if our husband, wife, mother, father, child were sick and dying - to save them? I cannot help but see all of the blood shed and the lives lost over the course of the history of our great nation for the freedoms that we have and enjoy today - and to let it all be for nothing - to watch it all be taken away and destroyed as is happening now. I feared this would happen if Obama were elected - I hoped against all hope that it would not - but here it is. Yet I strongly believe there is still HOPE! Some how, some way...
They say there is strength in numbers. I believe that. I also believe the numbers are growing all over the country as people begin to awaken to what is really happening. I am thankful for that. It is good to know you are not alone. I am glad you are all here. I have read many of the posts here and feel very much at home already. Thanks for being here. And thank YOU SpringerRider! You are a REAL American!
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PostSubject: Re: New Member Introduction Thread   April 30th 2009, 01:03

Hi Dagny,
Glad to see that you are here. We are a small group but going. I must say that most members here are definitely of your mind. This is a good board to find out about meet-ups, tea parties, etc.

There are some pretty intense discussions going on here by people who take liberty very seriously. Tour the forums and chime in when you see something of interest.

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PostSubject: Re: New Member Introduction Thread   April 30th 2009, 14:32

I am a 30 year old man in a 60 year old body. How'd that happen? I have been married to my lovely wife for 23 years and we have 18 year old twins (male and female). The twins are about to go into college. My son is going to UGA and will be a member of the drumline for the Red Coat marching band. My daughter will be going to, uh, hmm, some college. Afterall, she does have until midnight tonight to make up her mind on where she will attend. No need in making quick decisions. Our friends have been asking where she is going to attend, I just tell them that I think she will be a walk-on somewhere.

My wife was a realtor for several years in East Cobb. Well, you know what happened to that market. She is now working part time for a tennis shop.

I have been in construction for most of my adult life. I am chief estimator for a company out of North Carolina, however, the estimating office is in Cumming, Ga. Very Happy In my early days, and sometimes even now, I enjoy getting together with people and playing music. I have been a drummer since I was 13 years old.

We live on what used to be Lake Lanier. I say what used to be Lake Lanier because we had to send the water from the lake down to some underpriviledged mussels and fish that live down stream. We didn't need the water anyway. We just used the water for fishing and boating and laying around on the dock and relaxing. My boat? Hell, it doesn't need water either. It is much less costly now for it to sit in a covered shed.

I also enjoy playing tennis and shooting guns (not at the same time) - I am a member of G.C.O.

I am here because a rather peculiar thing happened to me. For the longest period of time, I felt as though I was having a really bad dream. The things I was hearing and seeing just could not have been reality. These events were only possible in a nightmare. However, I have pinched myself numerous times, and I have come to realize that I am obviously fully awake. Since I am fully awake, I am almost certain that when I was asleep, something carried me off to another country. I am convinced that I am not in the same country that I once lived.

I want to go back to the live in the country from which I began.

And by the way, if you were wondering - I really don't hustle.
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PostSubject: Welcome!   April 30th 2009, 15:54

Ahhh, my favorite Ayn Rand character! We're so glad to have you join us. You, too, Charlie! This is definitely a motley crew, but you've found a home.

If you're like me, you cruise around the web, checking out different blogs; but you don't feel a real connection with the other members. This is different, and maybe it's because it's a smaller group. Whatever.... We have a lot in common, and we're definitely all on the same page in our opinion on where this country is headed; and we'd like to help take it back and turn things around.

Glad to have you join us!
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