Little To Address The Middlesex Republican Women’s Club

By Art Gallagher

Former Highlands Mayor Anna Little will be the guest speaker at the Middlesex Republican Women’s Club meeting on Thursday evening January 27, 7:30 PM, at the East Brunswick Library, 1 Civic Center Dr, East Brunswick.

Little’s topic will be Can TEA (Taxed Enough Already) Party and Republicans Change Washington?  She will discuss how the principles of smaller government, less spending, constitutionally based government and the new Republican Majority in the House of Representatives will affect the new 112th session of Congress.

The club will also have a discussion of their annual Reagan Day fundraiser, which will be held on February 20, 2PM-5PM at Garvey’s Restaurant in Monroe Township.

All interested parties, including bloggers and reporters, are welcome to meeting.  Men and women are welcome.

Posted: January 24th, 2011 | Author: | Filed under: Anna Little, Middlesex GOP Women's Club | Tags: , | 9 Comments »

9 Comments on “Little To Address The Middlesex Republican Women’s Club”

  1. neptunematters said at 9:11 pm on January 24th, 2011:

    One Question, Will Bloggers Be Allowed?

    🙂 🙂

  2. Jim said at 12:27 am on January 25th, 2011:

    If I attend this meeting, will I be sworn to secrecy with respect to anything that Anna might say?

    Inicentally, I always thought that the Tea Party movment was in favor of transparency. Am I mistaken? Does Anna Little support banning Art Gallagher from the meetings of the Highlands Republican Club? Does Anna Little think that it is apporpriate for her to speak at a Republican club meeting and not have those remarks of hers discussed in a public forum? Is Anna Little willing to condemn the Highlands Republican Party/club for banning Art Gallagher from attending their meetings?

    Think carefully, Anna. I (and many others) look forward to your responses. I supported you in the last election. Quite frankly, I am disinclined to do just that in the future.

  3. Bob said at 9:03 am on January 25th, 2011:

    You asked; Inicentally, I always thought that the Tea Party movment was in favor of transparency. Am I mistaken? Does Anna Little support banning Art Gallagher …?

    The Tea Party movement does not have anything to do with this. This was done by a Republican Club. The Tea Party does not speak for or control Anna Little and Anna Little does not speak for or control the Tea Party.
    Anna Little is a politician that the Tea party supported in an election that is now over. End of story.

  4. Freespeaker1976 said at 10:01 am on January 25th, 2011:

    Yet Bob, many of those same questions that Jim posed deserve answers…

  5. Bob said at 11:05 am on January 25th, 2011:

    Free Speaker,
    If I support a politician in a race, once that race is over and they are not elected do I have to answer for everything that person does or says forever after?

    Am I required to respond to the actions of every other organization that person is affiliated with?

    I think not. If the tea party has said they are currently supporting anna little in some manner that would be different. however i do not believe that to be the case?

    Just so the record is clear I do not hold a position with any tea party group and I do not claim to speak on their behalf.

  6. Interested said at 4:02 pm on January 25th, 2011:

    Anna has declared her candidacy for the 2012 congresstional race. There are people who are supporting her for this bid. I am sure some of them are Tea Party people. She is aware of the HRC ban on Art.

  7. Chris said at 4:42 pm on January 25th, 2011:

    Did any tea party group announce any endorsement of Anna Little in 2012? Did any of these groups endorse the Highlands Republican Club? Did Anna Little announce what district is she running in? Is that district (if one was picked) still going to exist in 2012?
    Oh, so many questions…

  8. lois said at 6:44 pm on January 26th, 2011:

    i give Lou Croce enormous credit for picking up the phone and calling me after i resigned from the Highlands Republican Club because i did not agree with the action he took. He presented his ide; i mine. It was all very cordial.
    IMHO, the original starting point was the statements Anna had made after i described the Tea Party’s efforts to curtail gerrymandering. i believe parties should focus there. And yes, the debate can be held in public. One or the other is correct, and the debate could enlighten all of us. If a mistake was made by either, we’re big enough to forgive it, and can all go on being friends. Much the better for the experience.
    i could be all wrong. like i said, just my opinion.

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