Washington (CNN) - As the congressional "super committee" works in Washington to cut America's federal debt, a panel of tea party activists will meet at a Denny's restaurant in Orlando to propose their own debt solutions.
The gathering, convened by the large conservative political group FreedomWorks, will meet Sept. 23, coinciding with the Florida Conservative Political Action Conference, an annual meeting of right-leaning politicians.
"FreedomWorks believes that President Obama's 'super-committee' will inevitably fall prey to special interest groups, shutting American taxpayers out of the discussion on how to reduce spending and balance the budget," FreedomWorks said in a statement. "The Tea Party Debt Commission was created to give the American people a platform to be heard, and to propose specific cuts to the federal budget."
The congressional "super committee" – officially known as The Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction – is comprised of twelve senators and congressmen from both parties who are charged with cutting projected deficits by trillions of dollars.
The FreedomWorks group has laid out a specific set of goals for its own plan.
"The committee's goal is to create a budget plan that balances the federal budget within 10 years; reduces federal spending to 18 percent of GDP; reduces the national debt to no more than 66 percent of GDP; reduces federal spending by at least $9 trillion over 10 years (including $300 billion in the first year); and does not raise taxes," the group said in their statement.
FreedomWorks will also announce the formation of a SuperPAC in Orlando, timed to coincide with the Florida CPAC. The new group, called FreedomWorks for America, will donate money directly to candidates to support voter outreach efforts.
"FreedomWorks for America aims to empower the leaderless, decentralized community of the tea party movement as it continues its hostile takeover of the GOP establishment," the group said a statement announcing the new organization.
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