Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Across the country many thousands of law-abiding Americans gathered at hundreds of "Tea-Party" rallies to demonstrate their angst and disgust over the run-away spending and outrageous tax policies of the current administration. Back in March, I had the opportunity to attend the first D.C. "Tea-Party". Contrary to CNN Reports, the "Tea-Parties" are grass-roots efforts and are not the creation of Fox News.
While I was, unfortunately unable to attend today's event in D.C. several occurrences were very disturbing. As I reported in January of this year, during George Bush's last day in office around 100 moonbats marched to the White House carrying signs and promptly threw their shoes over the fence while chanting anti-Bush slogans. What were the reactions of White House officials? Absolutely, nothing.
Contrast this response with that of the current administration today. First, the protesters who attended the D.C. rally attempted to dump 1,000,000 tea-bags in Lafayette Park. This was promptly thwarted by the National Park Service, who claimed that the group did not have the necessary permits. Likewise a rally slated near the Treasury Department was also canceled due to "permit issues".
More nefarious was how today's D.C. Tea Party was suddenly forced to disperse. Apparently, around 2:00 pm an unidentified individual threw a bag over the White House fence. Whereas, the throwing of dozens of shoes prompted no response by the Bush administration some four months ago, this lone box of tea bags provoked an immediate response by Secret Service Agents. They forcibly cleared Pennsylvania Avenue as well as Lafayette Park effectively ending the gathering.
It seems that the Obama Administration, the same group who just released a report characterizing nearly everyone as "right wing extremists" is more paranoid than Richard Nixon. Then again, perhaps he has good reason to be so concerned. According to a recent report by the PEW Research Center, Obama is the most polarizing President in modern history. But of course, the MSM has completely ignored the PEW's findings and they will undoubtedly ignore the events of today except to minimize and distort the importance of the "Tea-Party" movement.
While it appears from every indication that the "Tea-Parties" were highly successful, one naturally asks, "What's next?" Apart from continuing the grass-roots momentum, writing the President and Congress, I would propose the following:
Reclaim "May Day" as the worker's day. Imagine if on May 1st of 2009 every working man and woman, every honest, tax-paying citizen in America stayed home. Consider the impact that this simple and decisive action would achieve and the message this would deliver to our "elected officials."
Like this idea? Well please feel free to develop and disseminate the message. It's time for the real "workers" of America to unite. Let freedom ring and let's retake our country!

I would suggest a 'drive by' protest.

April 22 - Green-Facist Day. ( Or as they call it - Earth Day). What if every protester just got up early and DROVE PAST ( slowly) as many government buildings as possible?

The result would be a massive traffic jam - and thousands of 'public servants' unable to get in to work.

A thousand cars can jam an entire freeway. Heck - a hundred can. Easily.

Drive down the streets where the green gathering will be - and they won't be able to get in either.

So many possible places to be.

I for one plan to burn though an entire tank of gas come the 22nd.

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