Michael Fell

Michael Fell

Michael Fell

Michael’s a leading voice in the L.A. Tea Party movement, having been active since their February 2009 inception. He’s a strong proponent for bread-and-butter Conservative positions on smaller government, reduced taxes and spending, strong national defense, and a return to the traditional American values of E Pluribus Unum, Liberty and in God we trust. He’s Chairman of the Westwood Tea Party, a founding member of the L.A. Metro Tea Party Coalition, a member in good standing with the Tea Party Patriots, Vice Chairman of the Westside Republicans Club in L.A. CA, and an elected Republican delegate to the L.A. 47th AD Central Committee. He’s been Campaign Manager for a primary winning Congressional candidate, as well as Santa Monica and L.A. City Council candidates.  As a blogger Michael’s a contributing writer for http://rightwingnews.com/, http://conservativedailynews.com/,  http://beforeitsnews.com, http://www.redcounty.com/, http://www.uspatriotpac.com, http://westsiderepublicans.com/, as well as having a large footprint on both Facebook and Monica Crowley’s blog: http://monicamemo.com. His opinions on today’s news events and political climate can be found on his blog: http://mjfellright.wordpress.com/

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  1. Obama’s moderate (let states and religious institutions decide) remarks on gay marriage are the ONLY remarks I’ve ever agreed with him on. How can the party that advocated rights for women and blacks not also champion the rights of gays? As conservatives, we don’t want the government telling us what to eat, what kind of light bulbs to buy, what kind of cars to drive, what kind of health care to buy, etc etc etc – yet we feel that we can interfere with who a person can love and how they live their life? I know so many people who otherwise share conservative values but cannot support the GOP in the election because they are disenfranchised by the party. Why not neutralize this issue so everyone can focus on the serious matters the country is facing – the economy, security/defense, health care?


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