New Tea Party Super PAC Rallies Grassroots Conservatives Pledges No Support for RINO Candidates

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New Super PAC forms to rally and organize Tea Party citizens

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Despite what the mainstream media says, the Tea Party will be a huge difference-maker in the November elections.

The Patriot Super PAC launches today with a message for President Obama: The Tea Party is alive and well.

“Despite what the mainstream media says, the Tea Party will be a huge difference-maker in the November elections,” said Tom Freiling, Executive Director. “This new Super PAC will serve as a vehicle for Tea Party citizens to fund and organize its efforts.”

The independent-expenditure only committee has filed with the FEC and is already tapping Tea Party enthusiasts nationwide for a national mass media and grassroots campaign to defeat President Obama in November.

The Patriot Super PAC will also be involved in targeted Congressional and Senatorial races, but it vows to remain independent of the Republican Party. Freiling explained, “We’re not about electing Republicans, but only conservatives who will stand firm against the growing tide of big-government, high-tax liberals.”

Freiling predicts fervent support for the PAC as conservatives begin to realize the possibility of another 4 years of Obama. “We believe time is of the essence. If we don’t stop President Obama soon, cataclysmic levels of tax and debt, intrusive Federal control, and a nationalized health care system will reshape and devastate our democracy,” he said.

The PAC has no plans to endorse anyone in the GOP Presidential primary, but is instead focused on how to unseat the President in November.

Through partnerships with Grassfire Nation and Patriot Action Network — one of the largest conservative social action networks — as well as other conservative organizations, Patriot Super PAC will be delivering its message to millions of Tea Party and conservative citizens across the nation.


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