Skip to comments.Three and Thriving - Tea Party Rally California State Capitol - Noon 2/27/2012
Posted on 02/20/2012 9:37:59 AM PST by GVnana
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 27th - 12:00 to 1:15 PM.- "Three & Thriving!" Birthday Rally - North steps of the State Capitol (Facing L Street). Show your colors! Wear Red Shirts and Bring Signs and celebrate! Marchers will meet at Raley Field at 11:00 AM. The march to the Capitol will proceed from Raley Field, across the Tower Bridge and on to the Capitol Building. Non-marchers can join the march at the Capitol Mall circle in front of the West steps of the Capitol for the short walk to the North steps. NUMBERS MATTER! LET'S TURN OUT EN MASSE AND SHOW THE WORLD WE ARE STILL ALIVE AND THRIVING!
My sign from 2/17/2009.
(Excerpt) Read more at norcalteaparty.com ...
This event is organized by the Tea Party Patriots of Northern California.
(Ahem. As a founder/organizer of the 2/27/2009 state capitol demonstration I don't see any reason to let one group have all the fun!)
Remember the 1st one well, will rally the Family and meet you there.
rally the patriots! Let the elected people know we do not cotton to their Taxes and their Judges who overturn the will of the people. I only wish I was close enough to join in the demonstration! Fly the rattlesnake flag! let the state capital be awash in Red,White,& Blue. Get out the tricorn hat and the fife and drum! Not everyone in the Golden State is a Hippie.
Received this by email from NorCal Tea Party today:
We are still having our 3rd Anniversary Rally of the Tea Party Movement on Monday, February 27th.
Tea Party Movement 3rd Anniversary Rally
Monday, February 27th
North Steps of the State Capitol
12:00 PM - 1:15 PM
Be there, or be square.
So how was Meckler’s tea party? Did you go?
If so or not, any knowledge of how it turned out?
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