Wednesday, May 13, 2009

Tea Party Protests Head To D.C. On September 12

April 15, 2009 was just the beginning. Despite the hateful rantings of psychotic B-list celebrities and the incredulous "reporting" of the Democrat media, Americans are still dissatisfied with where the government is heading. Of course, the media was telling us that 120% of the American people were upset with our nation's direction this time last year, now weren't they? Guess what? We still are. While Chris Mathews, Babs Streisand and the rest of the Hollywood-New York axis of Leftists were pining for a Marxist Messiah, most Americans believed the great sin of the Bush administration was too much spending, too much borrowing and too much government growth. Instead of "hope" and "change," Barry Hussein Soweto Obama should have borrowed a line from Jack Nicholson's "Joker" in "Batman": "wait'll they get a load of me." Never in the history of this nation have private property, individual liberty, and the free market been in such peril.

September 12, 2009 will be another landmark. Because the Tax Day Tea Parties were held in large cities and small towns across America it was hard to measure actual attendance. Despite the Democrat media's attempt to belittle and ignore the story, it is estimated that a half million people or more participated. Across the country, folks are asking what they can do next. Email and call your Congressman and Senators. Write a letter the editor. Engage people in conversations and explain what liberty and freedom if necessary. Support local and statewide candidates that support conservative principles. Take part in July 4 protests that are planned in many areas. And, if you can, head to D.C. on September 12 for the Taxpayer March on Washington. The message must be made clear to the people who take an oath to uphold the Constitution of the United States of America: live up to your promise!

Make your reservations soon. I have a feeling September 12 is going to make a huge impact on the 2010 elections and beyond. Go to for details.

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