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Monday, October 31, 2011

Florida Tea Party Convention in Daytona Beach Organized by Pam Dahl, Tea Party Convention to Feature Anti-Muslim Extremist Pamela Geller


FOX NEWS......This week more than a thousand Tea Party supporters will converge in Daytona Beach for the 1st Tea Party Convention in Florida. Pam Dahl has taken over two rooms inside her home in The Villages to organize the Convention. Dahl is the President of the TRI County Tea Party of Florida. “I'm moving to Daytona Beach on Tuesday. I have a hotel room I'll be working out of a hotel room there,” said Dahl, the event starts Friday November 4th at the Ocean Center in Daytona Beach Fl.

DAYTONA BEACH NEWS JOURNAL...The state Division of Elections includes the Tea Party on a list of minor political parties that includes such entities as the Surfers Party of America and the Modern Whig Party of Florida. (WHAT A JOKE)


The biggest challenge has been lining up politicians to speak at the event -- a list that remained fluid even a week out. Dahl had hoped Scott or Rubio would be a keynote speaker, but that hasn't materialized. Rubio sent a video message, she said, and she hopes Scott will reconsider. Instead of politicians, some convention-goers said they were more excited to hear scheduled speakers such as former Christian Coalition director Ralph Reed and RADICAL EXTREMIST political blogger Pamela Geller.

Sen. Marco Rubio and Governor Rick Scott Cancel Speaking Event At Tea Party Convention In Daytona Fl Because of Extremist Pamela Geller, Geller is Bad for Business. 

SEE: Fla. Tea Party Convention to Feature Anti-Muslim Extremist Pamela Geller http://tinyurl.com/6yutagj  


THE FLORIDA INDEPENDENT 10/26/2011…Next week’s Florida Tea Party convention is slated to feature some big names in Florida politics, as well as the opportunity for state tea party members to discuss some of their favorite topics — including Agenda 21 and Islam.

According to the current convention agenda, speakers will include Gov. Rick Scott, former Christian Coalition director Ralph Reed, and anti-Islam blogger Pam Geller and Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla. Update: Rubio’s office tells the Independent the senator will in fact not be attending the event as is Gov. Rick Scott.


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