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Conservative Catalysts-Catalyzing SMALL Business Conservatives To Form A More Perfect UNION
” We The People of the Untied States, in order to form a More Perfect Union…”
The mission of Conservative Catalysts is to help to form a more perfect union by bringing small business owners, employees and their supporters together around a set of core American values.
Why I Started This Group:
I think that it is important that republicans and tea party members find some common ground in a more formal way, so I started this organization. I also believe that, like the founders of our country, many of whom were small business owners, that the small business community needs to have its own voice and be supported. It is good to remember that it is small business owners who take the RISKS to start businesses and produce the jobs, wealth and most of the blessings in our society.
With Gods help I have produced a plan to grow this organization and now need motivated small business owners, their employees and supporters to help. If you are serious about wanting to take back our business community, our govenrment and gain control over our lives, then Conservative Catalysts will probably be a good fit for you.
Anthony Mucciolo posted an update in the group Conservative Catalysts-Catalyzing SMALL Business Conservatives To Form A More Perfect UNION 9 months, 3 weeks ago
For those who hold out hope for real change, this will be well worth your reading, and sharing. Every member of the New Revitalized Republican Party, and every conservative and libertarian who aspire to run for the Congress and the Senate in 2014 will most likely defeat their counterparts if they adopt all or most of these positions as their…[Read more]
From: Sarah Palin Earthquake 2012 (http://www.facebook.com/groups/SPNationalEarthquake/)
Re: Pledge of Support for Governor Sarah Palin
As you may know, the Governor when asked by Tom Sullivan of FBN ‘when will you jump in, is it too late, have you thought about it?” gave the following answer, “I don’t have that organization I think that could…[Read more]