INDIANAPOLIS -- The Indiana Tea Party will conduct a statewide rally Saturday, July 4, "declaring independence from our non-representing representatives," announced Richard Behney, organizer of the Indianapolis Tax Day Tea Party.
"A revolution started on April 15, 2009, which spread from the west to the east coast," Behney said. "WorldNetDaily Exclusive reported that more than 1,000 tea parties were held nationwide with over one million Americans who came together with a resounding enough."
Behney said his grassroots organization of volunteers will host the July 4 event in Indianapolis. The protest rally will take place at White River State Park at the Celebration Plaza in th evening.
"We are still developing our plans for the day," Behney said, "and we've had a groundswell of volunteers who have come forward who were inspired by our April 15 Tax Day Tea Party.
"In April, freedom-loving Americans joined together for a common purpose which was to say, 'Enough' to our non-representing representatives. Our last even was strictly non-partisan. We were approached before the event by several local and national politicians looking for a forum and we said, 'no thanks.' This is our time to talk and your turn to listen.
"On Independence Day, citizens will come together again declaring independence from our non-representing representatives. Our very liberties and freedoms are being stolen from us. There is too much to lose if Americans do not stand up and fight for capitalism. There is too much to lose if Americans do not stand and defend our Constitution."
The Indiana Tea Party is a grassroots organization of citizens committed to advancing everyone's right to economic freedom.
Its mission is to restore limited government, fiscal responsibility and accountable representation through citizen activism and education in order to preserve the Constitution of the United States of America.
For more information, log on to www.indianapolisteaparty.com.