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Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Sweet or Unsweet?

No More Bailouts!
Grow Business, Not Government!
Socialism - Just Say No!

These are some of the signs my group will be displaying as we travel 100 miles to be a part of history. The silent majority will not be silent today.

We're going to a tea party.

Word on the street is that ACORN plans to infiltrate and then disrupt tea parties throughout the US, with the purpose of falsely portraying right-wingers as crazies, violent, racist, and extremist. You can bet that out of a 3000 people, if one of them happens to be a skinhead or some other nutjob, THAT is the picture you will see in the headlines. The Media is not happy about this event because they see it as an attack on their Obamessiah. They will do everything to discredit the event - downplay the numbers, find one crazy to interview, look for damning photo-ops etc.

My husband owns his own business, and I took a vacation day with my employer's blessing. (He suggested I wear an indian costume. Sorry, boss, I won't go that far. :) )My youngest is out of school, so he's going with us, along with others.

Will the tea parties accomplish anything overnight? I don't think anyone expects that. But it will be a rallying cry that both the Democrats and Republicans better heed.

"We're all mad here." ~ The Cat in Alice in Wonderland

" 'I'M AS MAD AS HELL, AND I'M NOT GOING TO TAKE THIS ANYMORE!' I want you to get up right now, sit up, go to your windows, open them and stick your head out and yell - 'I'm as mad as hell and I'm not going to take this anymore!' Things have got to change. But first, you've gotta get mad!... You've got to say, 'I'm as mad as hell, and I'm not going to take this anymore!' Then we'll figure out what to do..."
~ Howard Beale, the movie NETWORK.

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At 1:13 PM, Anonymous V said...

Here are my observation:

1. Glad to see that people voicing their concerns over govt spending. I'm all opposed to huge spending.

2. I only wish these parties started under George Bush's time.After all, he had his own share as well. It would have been 'fair and balanced'.

3. Media bias was disgusting. MSNBC kept making fun of the event while Fox news acted like a sponsorer!!

4. Overall, the crowd was very well-behaved. It was very different from riots we see from far-left groups.

5. Unfortunately, Obama-hatred was quite visible. People like Sean Hanity and his fans played right into the hands of those liberal media.

Well, in anycase, I guess the organizers wanted to keep it non-partisan and they tried their best. Hope our leaders listen to us and stop the insane spending.


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