To Our Readers

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We (Eowyn, Steve, Joan) began Fellowship of the Minds less than a year ago, on the eve of Christmas Eve 2009. We did so out of Patriotism — a sense of urgency about the sorry state of America’s politics, economy, society and culture, and a foreboding concern about the path of certain ruin our country is taking. 
In that, we are not alone but are a small part of a spontaneous political movement of Americans who are taking back our beloved country from those who have been working assiduously for decades to “transform” her into something completely alien to the intent and design of the Founding Fathers.
Whether or not we win the elections that are now only days away, the TEA (Taxed Enough Already) Party Movement (TPM) will continue. Whatever survey data there are on the TPM suggest that, unlike most political movements that are mainly of the young, the TPM includes substantial numbers of older and retired Americans — moms and dads, grandmas and granddads. This is confirmed by what I know from the personal contacts I have with some of this blog’s regular Fellows. But I have no inkling about the other Fellowship readers who number in the hundreds and thousands.
So Fellowship of the Minds is conducting its own little survey in the form of 7 mini-polls below. Please be assured that:

  • Your identity will be completely anonymous, known only to you.
  • The information from the poll results will not be used for any commercial purpose. As you can see with your own eyes, this blog is non-commercial: There are no ads, no commercials, no hawking of merchandise. We, the founders, derive not a penny from our labors. And our Fellowship will continue to be ad-free.

Thank you for participating in this survey. May God bless you and yours, and may God grace America with His mercy and love,
~Eowyn (10.23.2010)







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0 responses to “To Our Readers

  1. Did my due.

     
  2. I guess you could say I am an independent. I have never voted for a party. I decide whom,not what party, I vote for. I prepared for retirement and don’t have any debt. I don’t have a lot but what I do have belongs to me.

     
  3. that was interesting!

     
  4. FYI. Took the poll. I put in that I’m a part time worker because I’m not always at the shop but actually my husband and I own a business. I was conflicted. ; ) Thanks for all you do!

     
  5. Eowyn,Joan,and Steve-can’t express the gratitude. You are all TRUE PATRIOTS!!! The battle you spend countless hours on is much appreciated. With each and every passing day you show your love of Country. Come hell or highwater we are gonna take it back.

     
  6. I wish that I could vote in your election, but, as a Canadian, I cannot. I can (and do) pray daily for America because your country is our world’s last, best hope for mankind and is truly “the shining city on the hill”. I urge every American to get out and vote on November 2. This is a very important election, not only for your country, but for the whole world. I have just returned from the Holy Land and I urge your readers to also pray for the peace of Jerusalem. It was scary for me to be in the Holy City watching Ahmadinejad at his rally on the Israeli-Lebanon border a week or so back. God bless you and God bless America.
    Posted by just jane on October 23rd 2010, 5:12pm

     
  7. Just had a bit of a problem with one question… many of us who work full-time are also homemakers. Never an idle moment.

     
  8. Dave from Atlanta

    The item that most surprised me was the number of readers who have never commented.

     
  9. How come when I took the test, at the end it said I failed? 😉

     

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