Tea Parties Considered A Bust

By everyone but those who believe in the right to dissent, who want the government to get off the bullet train to hell and start listening to the people.

Of course, in Rhode Island, people said the same thing- until the unhinged mob descended on city hall and forced them to changed their vote and to vote down a new tax on the people to pay for public schooling.

Imagine that. We The People followed the constitution and actually got results.

The revolution is at hand. Will you be a leader or a follower?


4 thoughts on “Tea Parties Considered A Bust

  1. We’ve got ’em running scared. Let them keep trying to convince themselves these gatherings were a bust. We’ll be at it again July 4th.

  2. Agreed, montee. Let them keep their hands over their eyes, all the while muttering under their breath,” this is NOT happening…It’ll all go away if I ignore it.” while WE the People get more and more organized! I find it amusing how the libs simply cannot tolerate that which they themselves advocated when their chips were down…protests. I must admit, tho, OUR protests certainly have a ( for Lack of a Better Term…) more ‘civilized’ feel to them πŸ˜‰

  3. Veni Vidi Vici. I attended West Palm Beach’s and it was great. Now some of us are staying “in touch” by putting bright yellow Don’t Tread on Me window stickers on our car windows. Pass the word and soon we’ll see them all over the roads of America. That will let everyone know we’re here and growing. I got a packet of 10 and handed them out to like-minded friends – with the proviso that they get some to pass out, too. There are several sources:
    Check google or try cafe press or zazzle or gadsden and culpeper.

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