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About
Philadelphia Tea Party Patriots an affiliate of Tea Party PATRIOTS

PTPP is non-partisan, grassroots-centered, issue-based, and civics-oriented; our hope is to attract, inform and mobilize active groups of concerned citizens of Bucks, Montgomery and Philadelphia counties to stand and be counted for the betterment of our government: local, county, state and federal ”
Philadelphia Tea Party Patriots
Co-Founders, Diana and Don Reimer


 

Philadelphia Tea Party Patriots do welcome the opportunity to earn your trust and help to do our upmost to deliver to you a format for grassroots communication and civic engagement, such as:
   
  • Calls to Action
  • Important Information Issues
  • Grassroots OJT
  • Meeting and Event Schedules
  • Contact information for U.S. Congressional Districts (17) members and (2) Senators who represent Pennsylvania constitutes
  • Contact information for PA General Assembly (203) members and (50) Senators
  • Alerts to National Issues of the Day
  • Alerts to State Issues of the Day
  • Alerts to Local Issues of the Day
  • Current Information Alerts.
  • Coming Dates for Classroom-Type Education.
  • and more ... as the grassroots American movement goes forward.
 
It is our hope that this format is effective to attract and organize, to inform and educate and to motivate and mobilize "We the People" ordinary citizens called to stand and be counted against
 the drastic and rapid change that is taking place in America: a moving away from the original intent of the Constitution of these United States as framed by the Founding Fathers: fiscal responsibility, constitutionally limited government at all levels, the concept of free markets, the right of individual liberty and the right of personal property.
 
"Government is instituted for the common good; for the protection, safety, prosperity, and happiness of the people; and not for profit, honor, or private interest of any one man, family, or class of men; therefore, the people alone have an incontestable, unalienable, and indefeasible right to institute government; and to reform, alter, or totally change the same, when their protection, safety, prosperity, and happiness require it."
 John Adams, Thoughts on Government, 1776


MISSION STATEMENT  
 

Our Vision   
 Ordinary Citizens Reclaiming America's Founding Principles.    

Our Mission  
An affiliate of Tea Party PATRIOTS and as part of the grassroots America 
movement, Philadelphia Tea Party Patriots mission  is three fold: 1) Attract and 
Organize.  2) Inform  and Educate.  3)  Mobilize and Motivate.  In doing so, we encourage fellow citizens to press toward the  mark  of securing public policy consistent with our core values: Fiscal Responsibility. Constitutionally Limited Government. Free Market Economics.  And as individuals
 of like-mind, we will unify and we will exercise - through all peaceful and legal means 
available to us - our civic responsibility to effect the election of local, state, and
 federal candidates who espouse our core values.




Core Values 

FISCAL RESPONSIBILITY means not overspending, and not burdening our children and grandchildren with our bills. In the words of Thomas Jefferson: “the principle of spending money to be paid by posterity [is] swindling futurity on a large scale.” A more fiscally responsible government will take fewer taxes from our paychecks.

CONSTITUTIONALLY LIMITED GOVERNMENT means power resides with the people and not with the government. Governing should be done at the most local level possible where it can be held accountable. America’s founders believed that government power should be limited, enumerated, and constrained by our Constitution. Tea Party Patriots agree. The American people make this country great, not our government.

FREE MARKET ECONOMICS made America an economic superpower that for at least two centuries provided subsequent generations of Americans more opportunities and higher standards of living. An erosion of our free markets through government intervention is at the heart of America’s current economic decline, stagnating jobs, and spiraling debt and deficits. Failures in government programs and government-controlled financial markets helped spark the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression. Further government interventions and takeovers have made this Great Recession longer and deeper. A renewed focus on free markets will lead to a more vibrant economy creating jobs and higher standards of living for future generations.

Who, Why and What We Are
  
Philadelphia Tea Party Patriots (PTPP) is affiliated with and cooperates actively with national Tea Party PATRIOTS, Inc.    

PTPP endeavors as a group within the grassroots American movement to bring together people from the following three primary counties: Bucks, Montgomery and Philadelphia.  

PTPP is but one out of many groups within the whole of Tea Party PATRIOTS and as such, we have the following core values that bind us together:  Fiscal Responsibility.  Constitutionally Limited Government.  Free Market Economics.

Contact Philadelphia Tea Party Patriots
   
The Philadelphia Tea Party Patriots  as with any grassroots movement, money is always an issue. Please feel free to mail donations to the address below if you wish to support our cause.You may also help us by using your Pay Pal account or credit card. Thank you in advance for the support and interest in saving the integrity of our great country. or mail donation to: 
Philadelphia Tea Party Patriots
P.O.  Box 1423 
Lansdale, PA  19446
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Our Philosophy
Philadelphia Tea Party Patriots as a group believes in Fiscal Responsibility, Constitutionally Limited Government, and Free Market Economics.

Philadelphia Tea Party Patriots is a non-partisan grassroots group of individuals united by our core values derived from the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution of these United States of America, the Bill Of Rights as explained in the Federalist Papers.

Philadelphia Tea Party Patriots recognize and support the strength of grassroots organization powered by activism and civic responsibility at a local level. We hold that the United States is a republic conceived by its architects as a nation whose people were granted "unalienable rights" by our Creator. Chiefly among these are the rights to "life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness."

Philadelphia Tea Party Patriots stand with our founders, as heirs to the republic, to claim our rights and duties which preserve their legacy and our own. We hold, as did the founders, that there exists an inherent benefit to our country when private property and prosperity are secured by natural law and the rights of the individual.                                                
 
"Independence forever."
  -  John Adams, last public words as a toast for the celebration of the fiftieth anniversary
 of the Declaration of Independence, July 4, 1826
 
Contact  Philadelphia Tea Party Patriots
The Philadelphia Tea Party Patriots as with any grassroots
movement, money is always an issue. Please feel free to mail
donations to the address below if you wish to support our cause.
You may also help us by using your Pay Pal account or credit card.
Thank you in advance for the support and interest in saving the integrity of our great country.
or mail donation:
Philadelphia Tea Party Patriots
P.O.  Box 1423
Lansdale,   PA  19446
 


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