Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Upcoming June Liberty Events In CT


From Joe Markley:
The Connecticut Conference of Municipalities, an association of town officials and administrators, has invited Lowell Weicker to share his solutions for our current state budget crisis in a speech to their membership this Thursday, June 17 at 10:30 AM at the Courtyard Marriott in Cromwell. As governor during our last great fiscal crisis in 1991, Weicker reneged on his campaign promises and forced through a state income tax against the will of the people. In the twenty years since the tax passed, Connecticut has ranked dead last in the nation in economic growth. Those who have not forgotten Weicker's destructive perfidy are invited to assemble on the sidewalk by the Marriott entrance at 4 Sebethe Drive beginning at 9:30 AM. We encourage you to bring signs expressing your opinion of our former governor, and of current local leaders who have turned to him for direction. The press will be informed of our protest. For more information, contract Joe Markley at 413-441-8052, or at joe(at)joemarkley(dot)com



From Deborah Stevenson:
We are very fortunate to have Len Suzio, a fantastic candidate this year running against incumbent State Senator Thomas Gaffey, Co-Chairman of the Education Committee. Len is a successful businessman with a economics background who served for many years on the local Board of Education. Gaffey is a long time incumbent who does not respect homeschooling and who repeatedly has attempted to further regulate the rights of parents. In addition, Gaffey is a career politician who, it has been reported, has double billed the state for his expenses on more than one occasion. Len Suzio, on the other hand, is an honest man who has homeschooled some of his children over the years, in addition to having them in public school. Len respects homeschooling. Len also has a lot of great ideas for fiscal responsibility. He runs a company called Geo Data Vision, has been involved in banking/finance, and is a Wharton School of Business Graduate. He also served on the Board of Education in Meriden for 12 years, where he advocated for fiscal responsibility and common sense in the operation of the public school system.

Len needs help with his campaign! It’s time for Gaffey to go! Therefore, Attorney Deborah Stevenson and Liz DePalma are holding a meeting on Tuesday, June 22, at 7 PM, at the home of Liz DePalma, 323 Sir Walter Drive, Cheshire, for those interested in finding out more about Len Suzio, and for those interested in helping Len with his campaign. Feel free to contact Liz at liz.depalma(at)sbcglobal(dot)net if you are interested in hearing more or need directions. Please also RSVP directly to Liz.


At the Westport Public Library, 20 Jesup Road - McManus Room (lower level), Westport,Connecticut on Saturday, June26, at 2:30 PM, Doors Open at 2:00 PM, for more info:, hosted by COMMITTEES OF SAFETY This is a FREE EVENT; donations to COS are welcome!