Liberty Comes to the Shenandoah Valley

Do you believe that the greatness of our country was founded upon the principles of a limited and constitutional government, personal responsibility, and the free market?  Do you sometimes think that the Republican Party and the nation as a whole have lost their way?  And does your adherence to these principles of liberty ever make you feel like a political outcast?  Well, if you answered yes to any of these questions and live in or around the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia, I have some good news for you!

On September 16th, the Republican Liberty Caucus of the Shenandoah Valley will be holding a meeting in Staunton.

Although some of you may not know of the Republican Liberty Caucus, you are, no doubt, familiar with some of the leaders that they have endorsed.  Here is a short list:  2012 Senate candidate Ted Cruz of Texas, Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli, Senator Rand Paul of Kentucky, Senator Jim DeMint of South Carolina, Representative Justin Amash of Michigan, and Representative Ron Paul of Texas.  I think you will agree that each of these individuals are some of the best leaders that this nation has to offer, statesmen who promote the values of limited government conservatism and liberty.

As mention earlier, starting at 4 PM on September 16th, the Republican Liberty Caucus of the Shenandoah Valley will be gathering.  It will take place at Mrs. Rowe’s Restaurant in Staunton, Virginia, just off of the 222 exit on Interstate 81.  Although the guest list is still tentative, it is confirmed that Robert Kenyon, the chairman of the Virginia Republican Liberty Caucus, will be there.

So, no matter where you happen to live in the Shenandoah Valley, or even if you reside just outside the area, I hope that you can join us in September as we seek to build a coalition of like-minded activists.  Please RSVP on the Facebook page so that we reserve enough space for all.

Working together, we can reclaim our party, restrain our government, and restore our nation.

See you on the 16th!

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