Questions and Answers

Frequently Asked Question, with Pam Wohlschlegel

Palm Beach County Tea Party Founder Pam Wohlschlegel sits down and explains the reasoning behind the formation of the group in this in-depth interview.

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6 Responses to “Questions and Answers”
  1. rabornmd says:

    And I thought you were so stressed that you were dropping out of the struggle!

    • Pam Pam says:

      Sorry it has taken so long to reply. Yes I was stressed but no more than everyone else. I just needed to consider my alternatives with the objective of doing as much as I can to move us in the right direction . . .in the little time we have until Nov 2012. We have an amassed an amazing team that is talented, dedicated, passionate, and see the value in teamwork. I hope you will join the team!

  2. Dmitry says:

    Can anyone explain to me why EVERY patriotic group tries to preserve our ‘virginity’ by saying that it does NOT support any candidates and/or political party while we all know that none of us will vote for a Democratic candidate for as long as that Party is in the claws of Obama, Soros, Pelosi, Wexler, DWS, Hastings, etc. How come that moveon.org, LaRasa, organizeforamerica.org, the unions are not shy to stick their agenda right in your face without fear of losing their tax exempt status?


    • Pam Pam says:

      Our team feels that our best ROI is two-fold: focusing on issues and holding elected officials and candidates to their promises. We will educate voters on issues and on candidates’ stances on issues. With that knowledge, hopefully our members will make the right choices in the voting booth.

  3. Bill says:

    Not clear on why we need another org. instead of working together we keep forming new org we need to face issues direct not with this tolerant, we want everyone to feel comfortable way. Why not work with the Rep party since the most closely represent our views and try to influence them ?

    • Pam Pam says:

      The problems and the politics of today are so complex that there is no one path to solution. By attacking problems from different directions, we are more likely to get to where we want to be. A non-partisan approach has potential.

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