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A Day to Celebrate American Revolution

The men who signed the Declaration of Independence pledged their lives, their fortunes, and their sacred honor, to establish the greatest system of civilized, and benevolent, government ever devised in the history of man. They openly declared solidarity in resistance to overwhelming tyranny. Independent men, willfully joining together for all the right reasons; Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness.

Just. Like. Us! (including the Liberty Ladies, of course 😉 )

On this anniversary of American Independence, I salute all of our friends in our present r3VOLution. All of you who are working to peacefully get this great country back on track. Those who do little, and those who do lots, as long as you are doing something to defend the great American traditions of Freedom, Peace, and Prosperity, than you are part of a long train of patriots serving with honor.

Thank You!

I’ve been doing the patriotic thang today, Phoenix Style

Today is Adam Kokesh’s MoneyBomb. Please donate, and help speak truth to power.

GO GRASSROOTS!!!

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  1. July 6th, 2009 at 07:48 | #1

    20 hours of campaigning for Adam PHX-Style (heh heh) and Sante Fe is wondering what hit them, I’m sure! You can’t go 200 yards without seeing something with either ‘Kokesh’ or ‘R3VOLUTION’ on it. I’d sure like to hear the Monday Morning talk radio for that area…

    We also helped Adam put on a free concert at the Greer Garson Theater at the College in Fante Fe. I wish I had time to post pictures but they’re up all over the net and I have to get out there and make some minor repairs on my bike. I got some awesome video of Jordan Page that will also be up soon – I’m meeting with Drew Phillips of R3VOLUTION fame and handing all my discs off to him so he can start editing and posting.

    A little sore but not tired a bit after yesterday’s Inaugural 70-mile hump. It felt good to get the wind in my face and hear the cars and truckers honk as we, in Michael’s vernacular “pedal, pedal…”

    I’m glad I’m riding along with Michael and Thomas as I’m tired of crying and I can never do enough. Please do something to help our Beloved America before we CAN’T do as we wish and enjoy the freedoms that those before us fought and DIED for.

    It’s that important.

    Ed

  1. July 4th, 2009 at 21:20 | #1
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