June 23, 2009 (El Cajon) –San Diego Republican Party chair Tony Krvaric has invited the public to a “TEA Party” tax protest on July 4th.
Despite the most severe budget cuts and fiscal shortfall in the state's history, The California Republican Party has held firm against raising taxes and refused to fund reelections for legislators who vote for any increases in fees or taxes to balance the budget. Instead, GOP leaders call for deeper cuts in state services and a reduction in the size of government. “Still tea’d off?” an e-mail from party chairman Tony Krvaric to fellow Republicans read. Are you “Taxed Enough Already?” Concerned about future tax increases? Join your fellow Republicans in sending a reminder to all elected officials that they work for us!”
The event is part of a national July 4th series of TEA (Taxed Enough Already) events. People of all parties are welcome. Guest speakers include U.S. Senate candidate Chuck Devore, Assemblyman Joel Anderson, El Cajon Councilman Bill Wellsl, and radio host Rick Amato of KCBQ AM 1170. The event will be held at Renette Park, 935 Emerald Ave. in El Cajon.