Friday, March 06, 2009

The DC Tea Party revolt.

Every journey begins with the first step. Rick Santelli's scorn of the neo Marxist has started a movement in America. It all started with people getting rightfully angry at Obama for spending $250 billion to bailout sub prime home owners that are in homes they could never afford in the first place. From the mouth of Rick Sentelli to the ears of fed up Americans, people are starting to show just how outraged they are with Mr. Community Organizer. These tea party revolts are spreading across America, and they are growing by each time they are held. If two protesters would have protested against Bush, the media would have been there to cover it. As usual the media was no where in sight to cover this tea party event nor the others, because it was against their precious teleprompter addicted Messiah.



4 Comments:

Blogger p. anthony allen said...

Wow!! There had to be what...ah..45 maybe 52 people there! Oh well, at least you can say it's a start!

Hey, why don't they get the "anti-abortion" wing to join in with the "don't pay for your neighbors mortgage" crowd? Oh darn...thats right. They more than likely have a lot of kids, and dad's laid off (or just his company's closed down) and they've lost their home, or on the brink of losing it.

Seriously though, I think these folks might have miscalculated by launching an attack on people losing their homes. For every protester in that video the are possibly 100 or more people in the Metro D.C. who have lost their homes, and a possible 100 (or more) on the brink of losing their homes.

I seriously doubt you'll see these type of "Tea Party" protests in these 10 States.

12:06 AM  
Anonymous Chilerkle said...

I wonder will they include the DC Tea Party Revolt in history books 15-30 years from now or will they try their darnedst to make sure this story never surfaces into public consciousness much in the same way China has censored the Story of the Tank man!

1:52 PM  
Blogger Blair said...

Here's a few more pictures of tea parties around the nation. Estimated 500 in Green Bay. Looking at the first picture, lot more than 45 or 52. How many people dressed up as Indians and dumped tea into the Boston Harbor in the original Tea Party? A half dozen maybe?

http://michellemalkin.com/2009/03/07/tea-party-on-taxpayer-revolts-in-green-bay-lafayette-olathe-and-harrisburg/

9:12 PM  
Blogger conservative brother said...

p allen "Wow!! There had to be what...ah..45 maybe 52 people there! Oh well, at least you can say it's a start!"

Only you can believe you delusion that they're were only 45 to 52 people at the DC Tea Revolt. Try several hundred allen.

p allen "Hey, why don't they get the "anti-abortion" wing to join in with the "don't pay for your neighbors mortgage" crowd?

Only if we they can invite the "I don't have a job and pay no taxes, can I work for Obama" crowd allen.

So you agree with other people having to bailout out people that lied in order to get a home allen? Why doesn't that surprise me. Gimme Gimme Gimme.

P Allen" Oh darn...thats right. They more than likely have a lot of kids, and dad's laid off (or just his company's closed down) and they've lost their home, or on the brink of losing it."

And thanks to Obama, more people are being laid off with no solutions in sight allen. Oh wait, maybe they can get a "green job". What is that exactly allen? Is that picking grass? A green job to me is one that pays money. Those "green jobs" are really going to save those homes allen right?

3:40 PM  

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