Live Free Or Die
Here we go. Constitutional Civil Unrest of Disorder? Indeed it is. Screw these upstart neo-Marxists in our midst! The US Constitution? What's that?
Gateway Pundit has the details as posted at Free Republic and Sen Jim DeMint is calling for street demonstrations to save out Nation. As Alan Keyes has done, many in-office politicians are following suit.
Senator Jim DeMint (R-SC) was interviewed this week by the Augusta Chronicle. Senator DeMint says the Obama Spendulus Bill was not only the most expensive but perhaps the most irresponsible piece of legislation ever passed by Congress. He is calling for street demonstrations. [...]
[...] The worst since the adoption of the income tax, DeMint figures.
It's not just the amount of money involved, some $780 billion -- although that, alone, is corrosive enough to American freedom. "I've seen it happen inside government agencies: 'What can we do to get it spent?' It's the only way (the agencies can get money)," DeMint says. "I see that happen in Afghanistan and Iraq, where our aid programs are basically based on people being able to spend the money within a certain period of time so we can say we did something. And it just leads to a bunch of waste." [...]
I can hardly wait for the vitriolic "rightwingnutjobs" proclamations to ooze from the primordial mind sets of the American Libtard over Jim DeMints Battle Cry. As we took the streets away from the Anti-Americanists screaming for our Troops to murder their Officers, so too we must Take Our Country Back from the neo-Marxists in CONgress and currently occupying the White House Marxist House.
St Louis has announced a St Louis Tea Party now.
Bill Hennessey organized the rally. It was announced tonight on The Dana Show. Patrick Leahy of Top Conservatives on Twitter and Dana discussed this Tea Party wave.
Time and Place Date: Friday, February 27, 2009
Time: 11:00am - 12:00pm
Location: The Steps of Arch
Street: Wharf Street
City/Town: Saint Louis, MO
Here's the Facebook Page for details.
Contact email email@example.com
Pajamas TV set up a Tea Party protest page.
Michelle Malkin has more on the movement.