10A Summit Report From Francisco Rodriguez

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Francisco Rodriguez is a candidate for Florida House in District 83


A Resolution: http://www.rodriguez2010.com/video/2010/march/10th-amendment-summit-resolution
  Actions by States:  10 Bills in front of the Georgia Legislature to limit the federal government. 

Dear Friends of Liberty,
Our campaign was part of history last week, at the first annual 10th Amendment Summit.  I met great men like Adam Kokesh (New Mexico) and Ray McBerry (Georgia).  Along with these two great men, there were Independent candidates, Libertarian Candidates and a Democrat who all want to secure the power of the states and the people. 

Each of these candidates have signed the 10th Amendment Pledge (http://pledge.tenthamendmentcenter.com/the-state-pledge/ ) and like me, need your support.  You can find a full list of candidates across the country who have signed the pledge http://pledge.tenthamendmentcenter.com/the-signers/.

The Summit gave me an opportunity to speak in front of Tea Party Patriots and others who want to limit the power of the federal government.  I will be detailing what we learned at the Summit in future emails.

For today, enjoy the video above which describes the resolution we collaborated to produce.  And, enjoy this article about the boys of 1798 http://www.tenthamendmentcenter.com/2010/03/01/its-not-about-political-parties-its-about-liberty/ written by my dear friend, Michael Boldin who founded the 10th Amendment Center in 2006.

Be ready friends, liberty can be ours if we focus on the role of states.  More to come soon.

Yours in Liberty,

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Andrew Nappi is the State Coordinator for the Florida Tenth Amendment Center. He lives in the Tampa Bay Area with wife Tammy and dogs Emma and Bud Lite.

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