Skip to comments.Tea Party Participants...LIVE Thread, please post pics and updates here
Posted on 04/15/2009 5:29:39 AM PDT by TornadoAlley3
Please post what is happening at your tea party here, your location and attendance...and as always, lots of pictures:)
The answer to that is, he’s a LIAR. Don’t pull punches. That’s what pubs do. FIGHT BACK. You don’t even have to argue with them. Call them liars, forked tongue liars, and move on.
Where specifically in Winston Salem is the Tea Party being held?
Thanks for the update. I went to the Saturday Tea Party in Pittsburgh but have to work today.
So how many people would you say showed up?
And do you think the P-G will cover it, like they keep covering the 300 or so Union thugs that protested over the card check bill?
Son and I went and had a good time (Mqt., MI). My son is fast asleep worn out from he and dad’s first ever political “protest.” One crazy moonbat arguing with everybody... my professional opinion is he was drunk or in diabetic shock.. he smelled like booze and slurred most words.
As if stealing one group of people's money and giving it to another group produces ANYTHING. This guy is a poster child for what people are protesting and he's too stupid to know it.
GIant crowd here at the Capital Building steps here in Baton Rouge
Started at 12:00 at Winston Park on N. Marshall Street in downtown
Is Georgetown far from your home?
Just now arrived back home from attending the Tea Party in Louisville, KY. (I live in southern Indiana and this was the one closest to me, as far as I know.) Saw lots of Indiana folks there, though.
Local media was CERTAINLY there!!
I’ve been looking at Yahoo News Reports of the protests.
Nearly EVERY article is talking DOWN the size of the crowds.
Crowd well-behaved. Saw one Ron Paul sign. One way out one about Bush and Obama conspiring with the Fed. One spaced out NORML dude ("Tax This!" with a pot leaf).
Lots of young folks, young moms with strollers. A splendid time, in spite of the cold.
Things got started with a prayer, pledge of allegiance, and singing the National Anthem. That would be enough there to cause any ACORN plants to run screaming back to their coffins.
One quibble: the audio system sucked. Could not hear much of the speakers and the crowd was too dense to get close.
About 200 or so at Dover, NH at noon. It was soooooo exciting!! Great Patriots!!!!!!
Join us tonight at Rochester or Manchester, NH!!!
You will not be sorry...WHAT AN EXPERIENCE....CARS BEEPING, PEOPLE YELLING YEAH!!!!! WE HAVE STARTED SOMETHING BIG!!!
Thank you !
“This guy is a poster child for what people are protesting and he’s too stupid to know it.”
I agree with you. What he’s saying is what is going to be the “talking point” of the day for Dims. Others, if interviewed, may need to be prepared with a good answer (yours, for instance).
The YouTube video of Tom Tancredo at NCU. He was asked to speak about the Dream Act and the students become violent. He’s lucky to have gotten out of there without getting hurt. The OPPOSITION’s reaction to any stand we take is getting uglier, as evident by both the video and the DHS document.
ping for you.
I’ll be at the Alamo tonight.
Marquette had roughly 100 to 120. I forgot my camera but TV6 was there. My 1 year old and I had a blast.
There expecting a large turnout.
“Just now arrived back home from attending the Tea Party in Louisville, KY. (I live in southern Indiana and this was the one closest to me, as far as I know.) Saw lots of Indiana folks there, though.
Local media was CERTAINLY there!!”
About how many people were there? I couldn’t go.
And I don’t trust Kentuckiana media to tell the truth.