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Tea Party Truth

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Full Disclosure: I go to Tea Party Rallies and Protests. I go to Oath Keeper Rallies and Protests. I'm an NRA Member and go to 2nd Amendment Rallies and Protests. I attend Pro- Constitutional events. I went to the 9/12 March on DC last year and I'll be going again this year.

I just wanted to say a few words about Tea Party people.

I get so tired of hearing all the nonsense and lies that are spread by the mainstream news media and the Democrat Party about the Tea Party movement. This crap seems to be gobbled up by lazy people who base their beliefs on sound bytes from the scum who spread these lies.

I'm going to make this short because just thinking about these ignorant people who believe and then spread these lies about good, decent, patriotic Americans tends to make my blood boil.

Tea stands for Taxed Enough Already. The Tea Party alludes to the Boston Tea Party when patriotic Americans had finally had enough and revolted against tyranny.

I'm a No BS kind of guy when it comes to things like Truth, Honesty, Integrity, Dignity and Loyalty. No brag, just fact. Without honor, I'm not a man.

Here's the Truth:

The Tea Party People are the nicest, most decent, most giving, most caring, most patriotic people I have ever met in my life. I have seen NO hate, NO racism, NO foul language, NO spitting or ANYTHING of the like at ANY function I have attended. These are GOOD people and I'm tired of hearing all the lies being spread about them.

I invite ANYONE who thinks otherwise to attend a rally or protest and see for themselves.

Easter Sunday my wife and I made the long trip to Nashville to meet the Tea Party Express buses for a rally there. The buses are traveling from coast to coast and will end up in DC for a Tax Day Protest in DC on the 15th. I wish some of the liars about the movement and their sycophants could have been there to witness the event. I wish Keith Olbermann and Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid would have been there.

I would have liked to have seen them point to all the black and Hispanic speakers at the event and call them rednecks and racists live on the air. I would estimate that about half of the speakers that day were minorities who love this country and are willing to take a stand against tyranny. God Bless 'Em All.

I took home one lingering thought from one of the speakers that day: (I'm paraphrasing) "I refuse to give up even ONE SINGLE DAY of my freedom to tyranny."

God bless these people and confound those who lie about them.

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Comments

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sully16Comment by sully16 - April 9, 2010, 8:41 am
AMEN, COMING MAY 1ST TO MICH. SMOKING IS BANNED FROM ALL BUSINESS. OK FINE , BUT HERE'S THE KICKER SMOKING OUTSIDE WITHIN 50 FEET OF A BUSINESS IS NOW A CRIME...YOUR NOT A CRIMINAL FOR SMOKING IN PUBLIC.
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rcbbuckeyeComment by rcbbuckeye - April 9, 2010, 9:17 am
Good blog ridge. People who say that GW got away with nobody protesting are a few bricks shy of a full load. That's all we heard on the news were protests. Now mainstream news gets it all wrong again because they are in love with Obama. That's why I don't watch any national news anymore. They tell you what they want you to hear, how they want you to hear it with their slant on it. Thanks.
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Rick GComment by Rick G - April 9, 2010, 9:41 am
Amen, ridge. Like rcbbuckeye said, we have to turn off our TV's and stop reading mainstream propaganda. Time to think for ourselves. They are trying to divide and conquer. Many Democrats and Independents are also Tea Party supporters but you won't hear that on the news. Bottom line is, we have an American problem, not a 'left' or 'right' problem. The two-party system is just smoke and mirrors.
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konaneComment by konane - April 9, 2010, 9:56 am
Great comments. I always perceived the TEA Party as a grass roots organization of people from all walks of life who are becoming aware of what candidates platforms are, also incumbents voting records and supporting the candidate of their choice. I was taught in government class way back this was the American way of doing things peacefully.

For anyone who thought there were no protests, there were no anti president rhetoric and cartoons, there was no constant media carping about President Bush ......... they too busy watching evening tabloids.
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Comment by GASMETERGUY - April 9, 2010, 12:02 pm
I, too, was at the Nahville TEA Party protests. Too bad I missed meeting you, rdgrnr. Maybe next time.
And, yes, I support the TEA party and wish them all the success in the world. We have to stop govenment spending. All governments should be limited to spending only what they took in the previous year. No more deficits!!
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rdgrnrComment by rdgrnr - April 9, 2010, 1:25 pm
Thanks for the comments everybody.

@ GASMETERGUY: Hey, I was the big ugly guy sitting in the first row toward the right side as you faced the stage. Camouflage shirt and hat, beard tied up in a pony tail.
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tiggs95Comment by tiggs95 - May 30, 2010, 1:56 pm
Beard tied up in a ponytail?..No wonder you get all the wimins..

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