Tea Party Protest?
April 07, 2010
As April 15th draws near, I
ask if the local Tea Party group will have a "Tea Party"
protest at the usual haunt of Jefferson and Tongass? I read
of many such events being planned and publicized across America
now to encourage interested citizens to participate. As frustrated
as I am towards the direction our Country is taking under this
administration, I would welcome a local opportunity to share
with like thinking Americans.
It would be exciting if at same time the local Democrats would
take the "Left" hand corner at First Bank and provide
us with their justification and support for the Socialist turn
their Party has taken. I would like to be able to recognize those
supporters, I mean, if I desire to proudly demonstrate against
socialism as I view it developing, wouldn't the Democrats have
the same level of pride for their Party's stance?
The Republicans could take the Liberty Tax corner to the "Right"
during this protest providing us with the pride they have for
their RINO Senator and justify Representative Young's stance
on being against Term Limits, Support of Earmarks, and maybe
an explanation of the some two million dollars rumored spent
from his campaign funds to fight something in his closet. Gee,
he and the "Won" could share stories on why they both
have spent so much to cover up something about birth certificates
Perhaps, as both Republican and Democrat Parties have claimed
for years to want balanced budgets, they could join together
explain to the Tea Party contingent why we don't have them? Or
So- I am looking forward to the local Tea Party to start advertising
for the Tea Party protest now so all of those who are frustrated
can prepare our flags, signs and schedule time.
My Bible, The Constitution, My Gun
About: "Frustrated Senior
Citizen watching Socialism swamp our Country. I fear for my Grandchildren
Received April 06, 2010 - Published
April 05, 2010
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