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Lyman Hall left a comment on Georgia
"I've been away for ten months.  I hope everyone is getting excited about next year.
 
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Nov 15, 2011
Lyman Hall left a comment on Georgia
"We don't have a lot of meetings, but the best thing you can do is stay informed and inform others.
Listen to national talk radio. (local tends to get a little weird)
Don't argue with your friends and relatives; present them with the facts. (find two…"
Jan 14, 2011
Lyman Hall replied to Roger Wygant's discussion Congressional Term Limits in Georgia
"A few years ago, heart disease was the term limit in DC; hard-driving Type-A personalities like politicians had their first hear attacks in their fifties (sometimes forties) and made room for younger, more vital (or alive) replacements by the time…"
Jan 14, 2011
Lyman Hall left a comment on Colorado
"Invite someone to vote Tuesday.  
Thank them if they already voted."
Oct 31, 2010
Lyman Hall left a comment on Colorado
"We need 99 Ken Bucks in the U.S. Senate and one liberal to remind us why we don't need more than one.

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Oct 23, 2010
Lyman Hall left a comment on Georgia
"Substitute your own name for the candidate's name in this ad.


This is among the most eloquent uses of 30 seconds I've ever seen.

'No More.'"
Oct 23, 2010
Lyman Hall left a comment on Georgia
""Freedom, Sancho, is one of the most precious gifts that heaven has bestowed upon men; no treasures that the earth holds buried or the sea conceals can compare with it; for freedom, as for [honor], life may and should be ventured; and on the other…"
Oct 4, 2010
Lyman Hall left a comment on Georgia
"I'm glad to see that everyone is enthusiastic.

As far as rallies and meet-ups are concerned, if you don't see one under the Events, tab above, start your own.

Pick a venue that suits the number you expect to show up. A good guideline is
5-25…"
Sep 28, 2010
Lyman Hall left a comment on Georgia
"The Tea Party movement is very similar to the American Revolution.  It was started by a relatively small number of HIGHLY ticked-[use your own metaphor]-off individuals, who eventually brought along the neutrals to oppose confiscatory taxation and…"
Sep 22, 2010
Lyman Hall left a comment on Georgia
"Wow, I was out a couple of weeks making a living, etc., and it looks like we have eight more members.

Welcome everyone, especially those in DeKalb. Recent election results would suggest that you are living behind enemy lines. Bless you.…"
Sep 18, 2010
Lyman Hall posted a discussion in Georgia
Wonder what the lefties would think about that? (Most are probably not smart enough to get it.)
Aug 30, 2010
Lyman Hall left a comment for Tim Ruckman
"Handle was too easy for Barnes to portray as farther left than himself, something he can't do to Deal. (Illustrated by the current attempts to paint Deal as crooked.)"
Aug 24, 2010
Lyman Hall posted a discussion in Georgia
The 2010 Primary Runoff is today. Tell your Georgia friends and GO VOTE!
Aug 10, 2010
Lyman Hall posted a discussion in Georgia
What is your plan to make sure that you vote on Tuesday, August 10?Personally, I work odd hours, so I plan to have breakfast out, followed by voting and then sleep.P.S. Vote for Nathan Deal for Governor; he is the most Libertarian, and hardest for…
Aug 8, 2010
Lyman Hall left a comment on Georgia
"Welcome, Scottie.
Every new member helps. I see that Hart county went the 'right' way by over 22% on 2004: Kerry 38.7%, Bush 61.3% (source: USA Today)

Thanks for voting."
Aug 5, 2010
Lyman Hall commented on Cathy O'Brien's blog post NOT OBAMA IS NOT ENOUGH
"The problem is that one that I encounter and detest in business; process orientation. Fresh faces arrive in DC and with a few rare exceptions are vastly outnumbered by the entrenched establishment. They are divided and conquered: "We don't care what…"
Jul 25, 2010
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  • I'm not sure what kind of Tea Party I just joined. You voted for Deal??? Now we have two career politicians running for governor. Karen Handle would have been a refreshing change to politics as usual. For your info, Tea Parties are for real change to the politics as usual. That's why I stood strongly in support of Karen.
  • Pleased to meet you, Lyman and many thanks for those kind words.
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