Wednesday, April 8, 2009

Tea Party, Anyone?

On December 16, 1773, Boston residents participated in what is famously and historically known as the Boston Tea Party. It was their way of protesting the taxation without representation.
Well, you know about the Stimulus Bill and the endless mound of debt that is now being created for future generations. This is not meant to stimulate the economy out of recession. It's a scheme, a scheme to enlarge government control. It's a scheme to punish hardworking, patriotic Americans and reward the apathetic people who are too lazy to help themselves. It's a sugar-coated way of turning America socialist. It's ridiculous and preposterous. And it's time for another Tea Party.
On April 15th, in one week from today, Americans all over the country will gather to protest the socialist take-over of our blessed country.
Our President has literally shamed and insulted America on his European tour. A few disgusting things that happened on the trip...
The President of the United States of America bowed to the king of Saudi Arabia.
The President of the United States of America apologized for America's "arrogance."
The President of the United States of America declared this (yet again) in Turkey: "We do not consider ourselves a Christian nation, a Jewish nation, or a Muslim nation. We consider ourselves a nation of citizens..."
And the President thinks there is such a language as "Austrian?" (Yes, he actually said that.)
I've posted time and again about the horrible things that are happening to the great nation of America. But here's a chance to take our country back!
Visit and get involved in a tea party near you!
Here are some more great sites if you're interested:
Oh, and guess what? Perhaps the biggest Tea Party will be taking place in Atlanta, Georgia, and Jonathan Krohn will be speaking alongside Sean Hannity! Is that awesome or what?


slfink said...

Hi Liberty,
You should try joining It sends you info on scholarships and internships based on the survey you answer, and it has a lot of info on political internships, jobs, and scholarships, including some internships in the White House.

Nicki said...

Liberty...great minds think alike. Our recent posts were so similar in form and content, and I haven't read yours until tonight! Conservatism, Lord of the Rings, Louis L'amour...a cousin after my own heart!

Raymond Hall said...

This is regarding your Red Envelope Day post encouraging others to send a red enveloe to the White House. Did you know over 2 million red envelopes arrived at the White House? Thanks for encouraging and reminding us to be active in this important issue.