Sunday, October 30, 2011

Florida Woman Pam Dahl Steers Tea Party Movement to Daytona Convention Center, Will They Cancel Due to Extremist Speaker Pamela Geller Like Scott and Rubio did?


THE DAYTON BEACH NEWS JOURNAL....Pam Dahl hadn't considered herself a political person, but she couldn't shake the feeling that the country was headed in the wrong direction.

That sense drove Dahl and her husband to get on one of the five buses that left The Villages two years ago and march on Washington as part of a Sept. 12 demonstration against the progressive policies of President Barack Obama.


The convention -- which starts Friday Nov. 4th and lasts through Sunday -- is a chance for tea party members from across the state to compare notes and share ideas for how best to carry their influence into the 2012 elections, Pam Dahl said. About a thousand people had preregistered through Friday, organizers said.  WILL THE CONVETION CENTER CANCEL DUE TO EXTREMIST SPEAKER 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.


THE FLORIDA INDEPENDENT…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.


Attorney General Pat Bondi was mulling over an appearance, but her name does not appear on the updated convention agenda. In September, Scott’s office told the Independent his appearance had not been confirmed. Anti-Islam blogger Pam Geller is also on the agenda for next week. Geller is best known for her blog Atlas Shrugs, described by The New York Times as a “site that attacks Islam with a rhetoric venomous enough that PayPal at one point branded it a hate site.”
 
 
Hutton Hotel Cancels Pamela Geller’s Preserving Freedom Conference On Islamic Law, Radical Pamela Geller And Robert Spencer of SIOA Told To Get Out.


NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) – A Nashville hotel has canceled a conference by the Sharia Awareness Action Network, saying it was concerned the speakers include “extremists” with a history of contentious events, (Pamela Geller and Robert Spencer).

The “Preserving Freedom Conference” had been scheduled for Nov. 11 at the Hutton Hotel near downtown. The hotel in a statement Monday said it has to be “mindful of the safety, security and peace of mind of its guests.”


The hotel cited reports by the Anti-Defamation League and Southern Poverty Law Center about speakers Pamela Geller and Robert Spencer of the group Stop Islamization of America, adding that they have “a history of controversy and contention surrounding their appearances.”

Preserving Freedom Conference CANCELED
Friday, November 11th, 2011 at 8:00am to 5:15pm (ET)
Nashville, Tennessee


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