Clear The Bench Colorado Director does Grassroots Revival week – Part Two: South Denver 912 Project (Castle Rock)

The resurgence of “We The People” in the form of local citizens banding together in grassroots civic action organizations to defend our constitutional rights is THE political story of the year 2009 in America…

Clear The Bench Colorado Director Matt Arnold is both proud and humbled to have been invited as a guest speaker to several such groups over the last several months – beginning with the massive (7000+) crowd at the Tax Day Tea Party rally at the Denver Capitol and continuing through several events throughout the Spring (examples here, and here) and Summer (examples here, here, and most recently, here) of 2009.

The Grassroots Revival continues – even intensifies – this week.  Clear The Bench Colorado Director Matt Arnold is speaking at an event every night this week, continuing tonight with an appearance at the South Denver 912 Project forum starting at 6PM at the Phillip Miller Library in Castle Rock.

Last night (Tuesday) in Golden, tonight (Wednesday) in Castle Rock, and Thursday evening in Windsor – to the politicians at the Capitol in Denver, and the unjust justices of the Mullarkey Court: in case you haven’t noticed, We The People have you surrounded!

Join Clear The Bench Colorado and the Grassroots Revival in restoring “power to the people” – get active, get involved, raise your voice and help to restore accountability to the Colorado judiciary by exercising YOUR RIGHT to vote NO” on retaining the four unjust justices of the Mullarkey Majority (Justices Michael Bender, Alex Martinez, Nancy Rice, and Chief Justice Mary Mullarkey) who need YOUR approval to continue taking away your rights: your right to vote on tax increases, your right to defend your homes and business from seizure by rapacious governments, and your right to enjoy the benefits of the rule of law, not rule by activist, agenda-driven “justices.”  Support Clear The Bench Colorado with your voice (Sound Off!), your contributions, and your “NO” vote to retain unjust justices in 2010!

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