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Tea Party Express Sends Deepest Sympathy to Families of Soldiers

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FROM THE ROAD IN AMARILLO, TX - The leaders and staff of the Tea Party Express II national bus tour conveyed their deepest sympathy to the families and associates of those killed and wounded as a result of the tragic shooting at the Ft. Hood military base.

The Tea Party Express is currently traveling through the state of Texas and will be in Austin on Friday.

Levi Russell, one of the tour organizers said, "the pain and shock from the tragic shooting has deeply impacted all aboard the tour. The Tea Party Express ends each and every rally with a special tribute to the military men and women serving, or who have served, their nation."

"We are still in shock at this tragedy, and are waiting to hear details as they become available. We do know that this is utterly heartbreaking, and are grief-stricken to hear of violence committed against our own soldiers at their home base." Said Deborah Johns, Blue Star Mom and Co-Chair of the Tea Party Express.

The Tea Party Express leaders learned of the shooting while conducting a rally in Amarillo, TX while celebrating our brave men and women in uniform who have sacrificed so much for this country.

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