People at Tea Party rally want their voices heard

Those behind Thursday’s Tea Party Tax Day rally are saying, “our voices will be heard.” The rally, which is hosted by the Cache Valley Tea Party Coalition, starts at 4 p.m. and continues until 6:30 p.m. in front of the Cache County Court House, 200 North Main, Logan.Coalition Chairman, Chris Tew, says the Tea Party Coalition is made up of people who want to return to Constitutional values and principles. He says about eight percent are Democrats, another 45 percent Republicans, with the rest Independents.Tew says the rally will be peaceful.”We’re a civil organization. They can expect to hear some really good, thoughtful presentations by those that we’ve asked to speak. These are citizens from Cache Valley and elsewhere who have an understanding of our principles.”They can also expect to see some booths set up by various organizations who have an interest, a shared interest. There will be an opportunity to sign up for various organizations, buy literature and different kinds of books.”Among the speakers are Scott Bradley, Constitution Party candidate for U.S. Senate; Michelle King, Independence Caucus coordinator; and, Dr. George Hill of Salt Lake City who will be speaking out against a government takeover of health care.KVNU’s For the People program will be broadcasting live from the rally between 4-6 p.m. on 610 AM and 102.1 FM.The video below is from the Tax Day Tea Party Rally of 2009.

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