Tuesday, September 8, 2009

September 12th March on Washington

September 12th March on Washington


(tentative – last updated 09/07/09)

We will be putting together the details of the week’s events soon. For now, this is our tentative agenda for 9-10 through 9-12. This is the most up to date, and accurate place for information on the web.

Thursday, 9-10
9:00am to 12:00pm Liberty Summit at DC Armory (REGISTER NOW!)
1:00pm: Press Conference on Capitol Hill (REGISTER NOW!)
1:30pm to 5:30pm: Grassroots lobbying visits on Capitol Hill
5:30pm Doctors Rally Against Socialized Medicine (REGISTER NOW!)

Friday, 9-11
9:00am Leadership Institute: Internet Activist Workshop (Agenda and Registration)
9:45am – 2:15pm Richard Viguerie fundraising workshop (Register)
10:00am – 5:00pm ParentalRights.org Lobbyist and Activism Training Seminars (Agenda and Registration)
12:00pm to 4:00pm CEI/ARC Intellectual Ammunition Workshop (REGISTER)
1:00pm Leadership Institute: Grassroots On the Ground Workshop (Agenda and Registration)
2:00pm to 5:30pm Grassroots lobbying visits on Capitol Hill
2:00pm to 4:00pm Resistnet/Grassfire Grassroots Training (Register)
4:00pm Bureaucrash Happy Hour at Bullfeathers (space limited to 100)
4:00pm to 6:00pm Resistnet and Grassfire Meet and Greet (Register)
4:00pm to 6:00pm Women’s Meet and Tweet at Doubletree Hotel (Details)
5:00 pm Leadership Institute: Grassroots on the Hill Workshop (Agenda and Registration)
6:30pm to 10:00pm Remember 911 and support the troops at the Walter Reed Army Medical Center. (see the map) (Details)
8:00am – 11:00pm Sign-Making at the Hyatt Regency on Capitol Hill
(400 New Jersey Avenue, NW) Congressional Room B

Saturday, 9-12
9:00am Crowd gathers at Freedom Plaza
11:30am March on the Capitol Begins down Pennsylvania Ave. (See Map)
1:00pm March ends and Rally Begins at West Front of the U.S. Capitol

Click here to register for the March on Washington!


Dick Armey - FreedomWorks
Matt Kibbe – FreedomWorks
Mason Weaver, San Diego, CA
John Tate, Campaign for Liberty
Rep. Marsha Blackburn (TN)
Jenny Beth Martin, Tea Party Patriots
Darla Dawald, Resistnet.com
Brendan Steinhauser, FreedomWorks
Steve Elliot, Grassfire
Kellen Giuda, Founder of Parcbench.com and the New York City Tea Party
Deneen Borelli, The National Center for Public Policy Research/Project 21
Andrew Langer, Institute for Liberty
Stephen Baldwin and Kevin McCollough, X-Treme Radio
Yaron Brook, Ayn Rand Center for Individual Rights
Lloyd Marcus, Tea Party Express
Rev. CL Bryant, Shreveport, Louisiana
Joel Aaron, Atlanta, Georgia
Chris Cassone
James Anderer, entrepreneur
Rep. Tom Price (GA)
Doc Thompson, Richmond, Virginia
Mario Lopez, Hispanic Leadership Fund
Toby Marie Walker, Waco, TX
Andrew Moylan, NTU
Kelly Hoag, Austin, TX
Bruce Bellot
Yvonne Donnelly, The 912 Project
Bruce Webster, Denver, CO
Julian Kulski
Hector Barreto, The Latino Coalition
Bob Levy, Cato Institute
Ashleigh Kenny, Georgia
Betsy McCaughey, Committee to Reduce Infection Deaths
Greg Harrell, Ohio
Rep. Joel Winters (NH), Free State Project
Martha Zoller, Georgia
Nicole Darland, Xclusive Xpeditions
Rep. Mike Pence (IN)
Richard Mourdock, Indiana State Treasurer
Sen. Jim DeMint (SC)
William Greene, RightMarch.com
State Representative Tom Graves, Georgia


Andrew Moylan, National Taxpayers Union
Hi Caliber, Mr. Conservative (music)
Charles Lollar, Maryland
Nic Lott, Mississippi
Diana Reimer, Pennsylvania Tea Party Patriots
Phillip Dennis, Dallas Tea Party Patriots
Tom Gaitens, Florida
Debbie Dooley, Georgia
Lee Doren, Bureaucrash
Everett Wilkinson, Florida Tea Party Patriots
Angela McGlowan
John O’Hara, Heartland Institute
Toby Walker, Waco Tea Party Patriots
Robin Stublen, Florida
Judy Pepenella, New York
Matt Kibbe, FreedomWorks
Brendan Steinhauser, FreedomWorks
Brian Williams, National Center for Policy Analysis
Sally Oljar, Seattle

Please see my blog: www.brendanmcintyre.com
I just got it up and going and will keep it up to date with more VA Tea Party Events.


  1. Why is Marsha Blackburn speaking? She is Part of the Problem, She is the QUeen of Pork.
    Economic Stimulus. H.R. 5140, the Economic Stimulus Act of 2008, passed 385-35 on January 29, 2008 (Roll Call 25). It would provide about $150 billion in economic stimulus, including $101.1 billion in direct payments of rebate checks (typically $600) to most taxpayers in 2008 and temporary tax breaks for businesses. Creating money out of thin air and then spending the newly created money cannot improve the economy, at least not in the long term. (If it could, why not create even more money for rebates and make every American a millionaire?) The stimulus has no offset and thus increases the federal deficit by the amount of the stimulus because the government must borrow the rebate money. A realistic long-term stimulus can only be achieved by lowering taxes through less government and by reducing regulatory burdens. Marsha Blackburn voted FOR this bill.(Source: The New American – July 21, 2008)

    Marsha Blackburn is my Congressman.
    She is no conservative.
    See her unconstitutional votes at :

  2. Yeah, I used to live in Blackburn's district. She was against the TN income tax when she was in TN. When she went to Washington she started voting for big government. In fact, the majority of the time she votes to increase spending and taxes. If she never voted, it would be better for everyone.

    I moved to New Hampshire and joined Rep. Joel Winters. I must say, I love living in NH. Live Free or Die!