Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Tomorrow is More Than Just Tax Day...

April 15th is perennially known as Tax Day, but tomorrow it will also be New American Tea Party Day. Thousands upon thousands of frustrated and fed-up citizens of all political stripes will gather in various locations in cities and towns all across the country to protest the absolutely irresponsible and arrogant spending on TARPs and bailouts and "stimulus" packages and overall government spending that are sinking this country and our future into unheard of and unrecoverable levels of debt. Andrea Tarantos reports:

As tax day approaches there is a crescendo growing across America in the form of organized protests, also known as tea parties, and the noise is on a path to becoming deafening. Thousands of rallies are planned across the country; one in every single congressional district and larger gatherings slated for cities like New York, Sacramento and Atlanta which hope to boast an upwards of 20,000 participants.
But it seems that the "O" administration is more worried about "right wing extremists" than Islamic radicals and terrorists.

Well, of course the "O" would think that, given that he bowed to the king of Saudi Arabia and then later had his team try to deny the fact.

In fact, the "O" is also "keeping score" on his political enemies, including those within his own party:

"Don't think we're not keeping score, brother." That's what President Barack Obama said to Rep. Peter DeFazio in a closed-door meeting of the House Democratic Caucus last week, according to the Associated Press.
He's also building his White House team with a bunch of Chicago millionaires.

The "O" also likes to manufacture events that make him look better. You know he hates cameras when he bows to royalty from a radical muslim country, but he just loves having that camera around when he's making a surprise visit to the troops in the Middle East. That is, except when we find out afterwards that the "cheering troops" were only an small number of "O" voters exclusively:

"... and that a staged event with Obama voters only and a bunch of cameras handed out as props is a real sign of soldiers’ devotion to the new, inexperienced, non-military-friendly Commander in Chief of the United States Armed Forces."

In light of all this, may I suggest you take a good long visit to the New America Tea Party and the Tax Day Tea Party websites for more information about tomorrow's line-up of nationwide protests.

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