Revolution is Brewing

7 Apr

taxdayteapartypostHave you made your plans to attend a Tax Day Tea Party?

If you’re in Richmond…

Richmond Tax Day Tea Party

Wednesday, April 15, 6:00 – 7:30 p.m.

Kanahwha Plaza.

Americans Ready to Tea Party Like it’s 1773. Where’s the Media?
News Busters

But a news blackout won’t stop the tea parties. They are just getting started. The April 15 event is only round two of 10 planned rounds of butt-kicking activism. Round three, fittingly, is on July 4.  On tax day, we get to remind Washington that we pay the bills for all of their pork-barrel spending. On Independence Day, we get to remind them that we can vote them out just as easily as they were voted in.

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When Conservatives Peacefully Protest Leftists Are Afraid
Right Wing News

I bring this all up because commenters at my Houston Chronicle blog–basically a bunch of liberal trolls with nothing better to do than spew stupid–are kvetching about the upcoming Tea Party Protests. People (of all political stripes, by the way) peacefully protesting are called racist, radical, hate-filled, etc. You know the drill.
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Left wants in on Tea Party action
Michelle Malkin

The lefties have chosen April 11 to try and usurp media attention from the nationwide Tax Day Tea Party event on April 15. Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery.
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3 Responses to “Revolution is Brewing”

  1. Sha April 8, 2009 at 11:34 am #

    You didn’t protest like this against Bush’s billions in wasteful spending. I guess it seems different now (even though it obviously isn’t).

  2. Michael April 8, 2009 at 9:12 pm #

    Actually I did. I only started this blog in January of 2008, but I was railing against the President and Congress in multiple other venues. And I took a stand against the first bailout.

    But, as I’ve told others, the solution to Bush and the Republican majority overspending is not to increase it exponentially. But more to the point, Obama has proposed to spend more than the previous 42 Presidents…combined.

  3. Michelle April 16, 2009 at 1:41 pm #

    I went to my local rally yesterday – over 5,000 in attendance! very encouraging.
    I’m excited to see what comes of this effort of like-minded people coming together.

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