Pat Jones, our Secretary

Many of you have gotten to know our secretary, Pat Jones, who is disabled and has done a huge amount of work for us — all volunteer, of course. Pat is in the hospital and is doing okay, but it is not known yet when she will be released. If you would like to send her a note, please mail it to 207 Duncan, Hillsboro, Texas 76645.

You can also post a note at the bottom of this post to her.

We will be back to you about plans for the November election. If there is a hotly contested race in your area, reply to this message and let us know about it.

Below is an interview with the director of a new documentary about the natural gas industry and the dangers of hydraulic fracturing. This issue is all the buzz in the DFW area where fracturing is taking place throughout the area. Citizens are raising concerns about air and water pollution. If this documentary about water pollution, in particular, is even close to accurate, we have the following message for local, state and federal officials who are asleep at the wheel:

Citizens deserve the truth! Until we get it, the fracturing should be put on hold.

Watch this and forward this message.

http://www.gaslandthemovie.com/wp/

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9 Responses to “Pat Jones, our Secretary”

  • Dear Pat, Thanks for all your efforts over the years. My thoughts and prayers are with you, and I hope you continue feeling better. Sincerely,
    Susan

  • Horst Pallaske:

    Pat i do want to thank you for all the good work you have done, and wish you a speedy recovery, i will keep you in my prayers, hope to hear soon that are you well , Horst..Mayor of Bandera

  • Renee Krause:

    My Goodness Pat!

    After all the tireless effort and work you put into the Independent movement, I had no inkling of any disability! I am extremely sorry to hear about the added burden of illness you now face. Rest assured that the Greenville area Patriots which are predominately Independent will be praying for you. You have been very helpful and supportive in our combined efforts to remove Rick Perry from his position in the governor’s mansion. You have also been instrumental in keeping many activists alerted to his consistent plans for an open border Trans Texas Corridor which most enlightened Texans oppose.
    Here is hoping you get well soon, so you can provide the Indies and others many more years of dedicated service.

    God speed your recovery,

    Renee Krause, Greenville area Patriot (no longer associated with the Bush- Perry McCain- Palin, Tea Party movement.)

  • Katie:

    Pat, Hope you get well soon! Will be sending out prayers for your recovery.
    Katie

  • Vangie Sager:

    Hello Pat: So sorry to hear you are in the hospital. Hope everything will be o.k. Will be praying for you. Your dedication to our group is appreciated. I wish I could do more, but have so much on my plate that I cannot take care of all I should. Blessings. Vangie

  • Laura Borst:

    It is good that you do good work with Indytexans. This group does what it can to hold politicians accountable. It criticizes the big government schemes and associated corruption on both the right and left sides of the spectrum. I hope that you get well soon, Pat.

  • Pat, We send our best wishes for a speedy recovery. We all appreciate your work on behalf of your fellow Texans. Where would we be without you? Get well and please let us know if there’s ANYTHING we can do to help aid your recovery! Blessings to you, we’ll keep you in our prayers…

  • Franke Johnosn:

    Pat,
    Hurry up and get well. You’re needed out here!

    Randy & Franke Johnson
    Elmendorf, Texas

  • Jim Skaggs:

    Pat:

    May God’s healing light and love surround you.

    Blessings,

    Jim

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