Glenn Beck Letter

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December 17, 2009

Mr. Glenn Beck
Fox News
1211 Avenue of the Americas
New York, NY 10036

Dear Glenn:


My name is Frank Roszell. I am running for United States Representative District 24 of Texas and I am sounding an alarm to you. I am not a politician and I have no political ambition. If we don’t make a focused effort now, people will get frustrated and quit.  Most of my business career I have been an organizational specialist. My observation tells me the 912 & Tea Party groups are in trouble. They are disorganized and because they are novices, old political hacks are infiltrating their organizations and molding them to their antique ways.  You need to take the next step and tell them what to do now. They all want to do something, but groups are going in different directions.

To discuss my suggestion, I would like to talk to you. I would be willing to fly to wherever to meet you. Larry Gatlin wrote a new song called “Americans, That’s Who”. When I heard the song, I choked up and a big guy a few seats away cried. That song should be a 912 & Tea Party Song. I went backstage and talked to Larry Gatlin and he said he had been trying to get in touch with you.  The 912er’s & Tea Party people need to come together under this song. I am convinced the only way to straighten out Congress is term limits. 80% of voters want term limits.

How do we do this? The 912er’s & Tea Party people unite together under one slogan. We want term Limits now! Term limits, to be consistent with the Presidency and the Constitution, should be two terms for Congress.

This can be done with a Constitutional Amendment.
A. Rename the groups to 912 Tea Party.
B. You need candidates like me whose chain is only jerked by his wife and not afraid
to speak out and be a whistle blower.
C. 912 Tea Party people threaten candidates they will not get their vote unless they
sign on to the 912 Tea Party Term Limit Principle pledge.
D. Each candidate that makes the pledge to term limits, list on your National TV
show. Then point out the ones who will not sign and point them out as a “bad
thing” career Politician.
E. We accumulate candidate pledges like a saving account. One day with enough
signed on, there is a chance public pressure might get a vote for term limits by an
insider like me in Congress.
F. Job of 912 Tea Party is to solicit voters to join the 912 Tea Party group and solicit
candidates to pledge to Term Limits.


Frank Roszell