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Tom Foster is a retired Special Forces Officer and a combat veteran of the war in El Salvador. In Comments from a Tea Partier—I guess if you’re not a Communist, you might be a mild Fascist, Tom vents his anger with our current politicians and identifies critical issues that should be the cornerstone of the 2010 elections. He makes a case for specific actions such as the repeal of the 16th Amendment and the passing of Fair Tax to bring prosperity to America. He shows how American foreign policy should be re-focused, offers a criterion for vetting the candidates for November 2010, identifies specific cuts to the federal government, and speculates as to our future if we are not successful in restoring our Republic. America has taken on many of the characteristics of a fascist state, and Tom like all the other Tea Party members fear additional loss of our individual liberty if the American people do not take our nation away from the statists in 2010. He is married to a gal from South Georgia, and has a son and daughter whom are both married and three grandchildren. Tom and his wife Deborah live in Columbus, Georgia with a Fair Tax sign boldly displayed in their front yard. Tom is currently hiking the Appalachian Trail to enjoy the beauty of America and expects to finish in time to help us prevail in November, 2010. De oppresso liber, Tom.

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