Michele Bachmann, Capitol Tea Party, November 5, 2009, Super Bowl of Freedom, Health care Bill, MN Representative Bachmann, NC bus trip, Washington DC, Confronts Nancy Pelosi and Congress
MN Representative Michele Bachmann will be at the steps of the US Capitol Building on Thursday, November 5, 2009 to confront Nancy Pelosi and Congress about the socialist Health Care Bill being rammed down our throats.
“Bachmann: My Capitol Tea Party is ‘The Super Bowl of Freedom'”
Despite this occuring on a work day, many are planning on traveling to Washington DC to attend. Here is a notice of a bus trip from NC.
Due to overwhelming response from AFP members in North Carolina, we will take a bus from Raleigh to DC on Thursday, November 5th.
Nancy Pelosi is trying to ram a 1,990 page House bill down the throats of the American people, and Congress is expected to vote by the end of this week.
I’m asking you to take a crucial step before the House votes on the Health Care Bill and make a “Congressional House Call” this Thursday, November 5th in Washington, DC to tell your Senators and Congressman to vote NO on the government health care takeover.
Please catch the bus leaving from Raleigh if you are able. Michele Bachmann is gathering Members together for this event as we all join together and say, “Keep Your Hands Off My Health Care. Vote NO!”
Limited space available, the bus is leaving from the Raleigh District Drive Park and Ride lot at 6:30 am. (Directions Below) Eat breakfast before you come, bring a packed lunch and some cash for an inexpensive dinner on the way home.
Please register online for only $40. Due to limited time and space, we will only accept online registrations. Please click here to register.
If you wish to drive to DC yourself, here are the event details:
WHAT: Health Care “House Call” on Capitol Hill
WHO: Americans concerned about our health care future
WHEN: Thursday, November 5, 2009 from 12:00-1:00pm
WHERE: East Front Steps of the U.S. Capitol (House Side)
Dress casually and appropriately for the weather. Wear your walking shoes! If time permits, we will visit our Congressional offices. We hope to be back in Raleigh mid to late evening.
Additionally, there will be a Conference Call with Tim Phillips and Rep. Michelle Bachmann (MN-6) today, November 3rd at 5:00-5:30pm. Call 888-632-5950 and you will be directly connected by an operator. (This will be a short informational call with details for Thurs, there will be no Q&A)
Directions to catch the Bus
We will leave at 6:30 am at the District Drive Park and Ride which is just north of the intersection of Wade Avenue and Blue Ridge Road in Raleigh. Please leave early to catch the bus Thursday morning allowing time for rush hour traffic, road construction, and getting lost.
Raleigh Bus Driving Directions
Coming from downtown Raleigh on Wade Avenue, you will exit onto Blue Ridge Road. At the end of the ramp, turn right onto Blue Ridge. Make a quick Left onto District Drive.
Coming from Hillsborough Street, you will go north on Blue Ridge Road, pass the intersection of Wade Avenue/I-40 and then turn left onto District Drive.
From Durham, Chapel Hill and other places west of Raleigh
Traveling on I-40 East, you will take the Wade Avenue Exit. Go a couple miles and then take the Blue Ridge Road exit. At the end of the ramp, turn left onto Blue Ridge Road. Go a short distance and turn left on District Drive.
From East of Raleigh
Traveling on I-40 W, take INNER Beltline/I-440/I-40 West. You will drive quite a distance across the southern edge of Raleigh on this road. You will take exit 293 and then a quick 293B which is still INNER Beltline I-440. Then take Exit 4 Wade Avenue. At the end of the ramp, turn left onto Wade Avenue/I-40 West. Go about ½ miles and take Blue Ridge Road exit. At the end of the ramp, turn right onto Blue Ridge Road. Go one short block and turn left onto District Drive.
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