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Mensaje por Martin Fierro el Jue Mayo 07, 2009 5:22 pm















Quincy, IL City Council Denies Free Speech for Tea Party Organizer on Party Lines




Written by Mark Meckler
Tuesday, 05 May 2009 10:26

It appears that government entities at all levels continue to disrespect the freedom of speech of tea party participants across the land. According to Bob Gough, the Editor of QuincyNews.org,

"Along a party line vote, the Quincy City Council denied a written request to speak by a taxpaying resident of the city.
Steve McQueen, one of the organizers of the Quincy Tea Party effort, requested to speak on the recently approved $31.2 million budget and water and sewer rate increases.
When it came time to vote to open the floor to allow the speaker, a mixed voice vote took place. A roll call vote ensued and the seven Democrats denied McQueen's opportunity to speak while six Republicans voted to allow him to speak.
Alderman Mike Rein (R-5th Ward) was absent.
Alderman Mike Farha (R-4th Ward) said he had never seen anyone denied the right to speak in his 10 years on the council and called the vote "outrageous.""
Read the whole thing here.
If you'd like to contact the Quincy City Hall to express your opinion on their heavy handed tactics (provided they'll let you speak), you can reach them at 217.228.4500.
Update: We've been informed that the site which hosts the full article linked above usually gets about 2,000 hits per day. Yesterday there were 64,000! That's because of you, the Tea Party Patriots. Make sure you continue to push this issue, and most importantly, make the call to the Quincy City Hall, ask to speak to the Mayor or any of the Democrats on the City Council, and make your outrage known. The right to speak must be protected for all, whether in a small town council meeting, a big city, or on the national stage. And you're just the army to do it!



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