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Town Crier Committee Report

August 26, 2014

Tea Party favorite wins GOP
Primary ousting insider candidates


Jeb Smith, a fifth-generation farmer from Hastings, Florida, won the Republican primary election for St. Johns County Commission, District 2. Mr. Smith and his family have been frequent attendees at the Saint Augustine Tea Party (SATP) meetings. Mr. Smith did not take his campaign to the “kingmakers” of the St. Johns County Republican Executive Committee (REC). Instead, he took his campaign directly to the people. That strategy, in a time when the GOP is at an all-time low in public opinion, obtained a victory over eight year incumbent, Ron Sanchez. Mr. Sanchez had developed a reputation of being a bully when dealing with people who dared to disagree with him. Mr. Sanchez has a record of violating Tea Party member’s First Amendment rights at public meetings. Kim Kendall, an unsuccessful candidate for State of Florida House of Representatives, District 17 in 2012, also tried to unseat Mr. Sanchez. This reporter has obtained information, from reliable sources, that Ms. Kendall encouraged Jeb Smith to run against Mr. Sanchez. After Jeb Smith announced his candidacy, Kendall also announced her candidacy. It looks like Ms. Kendall’s strategy was to split the agricultural vote between Sanchez and Smith, which would have given her a majority vote in the urban areas. That strategy did not work. Kendall’s campaign, right up to the election, had the earmarks of typical Republican “dirty tricks”.  The St. Johns County Republican Assembly (SJCRA), a group made up of REC members, supported Kim Kendall.  In addition to being REC members, the majority of the “Assembly” members are former SATP members who left the “grassroots” Tea Party group when the Republicans lost control of it. “The Republicans fail to understand that the public is ready for a new resurgence of clean politics. Jeb Smith will fill that need,” Dave Heimbold SATP media chairman declared.

August 16, 2014

Tea Party answers to a higher calling

Today the Saint Augustine Tea Party’s Town Crier Committee, again, took to the streets of the historic district of St. Augustine, Florida. It is simply amazing to see the public’s reaction to the Tea Party presence. Bill O’Reilly’s TV program “The Factor” often takes to the streets. The Factor engages the public on a national basis, by sending Jesse Watters around the country.
The Town Criers of St. Augustine, Fl. need not travel, as a national audience comes to St Augustine each day. Jesse Watters’ seems to always find extremely uninformed people to interview in his Watters’ World segment. The Town Criers report that the people they engage are very well informed. “Perhaps the O’Reilly show finds that ratings are higher when they exploit uninformed people. Our committee is not ratings driven. We answer to a higher calling……seeking the Truth. The public we meet tend to be very well informed,” a Town Crier spokesman said.

 The Town Criers see the real world, not the media world

When the Republicans controlled the Saint Augustine Tea Party the leadership was always terrified of what the Town Criers might say or do,” a Tea Party member recalled.
 “We were expected to be Republicans, not the Tea Party.” The Town Criers were reminded of this when a man, pictured left, announced that he was a Republican. He had difficulty selecting from the politically incorrect signs. It seems Republicans are always afraid of public confrontation. He chose the least offensive.

Silent majority silent no more

Back in the Nixon years, the conservative majority was referred to as a silent majority. With the Progressive’s current full assault on liberty, Conservatives can no longer afford that luxury. So when a leftist today announced that he hated the Tea Party, the Criers declared, “You are a Marxist!” He responded with, “It would be a better world.” This engaged a litany that started with, “Liberals lie, they lie about who they are and what their agenda really is.” With another Crier, they stated in unison, “If you like your healthcare, you can keep your healthcare. If you like your doctor you can keep your doctor.” This was all done so that the public presence could hear the exchange. The Marxist ran off and the public clearly supported the Tea Party’s effort. “The Tea Party answers to a higher calling. Resistance is exposing the progressive lie. Time to stand up, America.” a Tea Party member concluded.

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