Despite the division that is highlighted in our nation today, the tea party and millennials share much in common. The goals, dreams and ambitions shared by many millennials today are similar to those shared by tea party members when they were the age of today’s millennials. Foundational to those goals though is liberty, one of our nation’s founding values. In fact, our Constitution commits to “secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity.” So is American doing this for millennials? What role can and should the tea party play in securing the blessings of liberty for millennials? Do millennials and the tea party share any common ground?
We will answer these questions and more at our meeting this week as Mark West and Dalton Temple seek solutions via an open dialogue. Dalton, a millennial himself, is a recent UTC graduate, political consultant and successful entrepreneur and he will bring his own unique perspective to the discussion.
This is one meeting you won’t want to miss. If you’re not a millennial, be sure to invite and bring one with you. And if you are a millennial, we invite you to come and share your thoughts and solutions so we together can continue to “secure the blessings of liberty” to your generation and beyond.
The meeting will be held at The Century Club Banquet Hall, 3221 Harrison Pike (off Access Road, just south of the Highway 153-Amnicola Highway intersection, next to Indian Motorcycles).
As a reminder, please be sure to bring a non-perishable canned good item as the Chattanooga Tea Party is committed to supporting the local Chattanooga Area Food Bank.
Media are invited to cover this and all Chattanooga Tea Party monthly membership meetings.
The Chattanooga Tea Party is a non-partisan grassroots organization seeking to educate and inform its members and the public at large of the fundamental issues and struggles our community, state and nation are facing. We are committed to energizing voters to become engaged in the process of solving their government’s problems.