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Tea Time....


By BlakeyV - Posted on 08 April 2009

http://www.teapartyday.com/Locations.aspx

  Just in case you happen to live near one and didn't know about it..

Out the door, calm down don;t go yet. Its not till April 15th

I have to go. It would be awkard if I came back after making such an exit.... Like if I slammed the door on some people but had to go back because I forgot my keys... Embarasing....

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Make mine with honey if hot, unsweetened if iced.  Thank you. ;-)

Ridiculous, I say.  Ridiculous!  

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War crimes will be prosecuted, war criminals will be punished and it will be no defense to say, "I was just following orders."

- President George W. Bush - March 17th, 2003 

Basically it's a bunch of Republicans getting together for parties to protest well...who knows. It looks like they're just generally protesting everything the administration does, plans to do, or hints at doing. Republicans are feeling under-represented all of a sudden - no shocker considering their defeat in the last two elections - and they're out to show "us" that "they" still around as a viable party.

Or, another way of looking at it is that it's a whine-fest for Republicans so they can get together, and tell each other how terrible it is to live under a soci-facist-whatever-Beck-says-today regime. Sounds like fun for simpleminded far right wing neo-cons. 

Too bad we can't get together with RFO t-shirts and watch with disdain.  lol

I just wish we would spend more time trying make our message more appealing to the voters and to find viable candidates to take back Congress in 2010.

 

I love tea parties! I'll bring cucumber sandwiches!
I'll bring scones....but I do insist on honey for my tea.  Sugar just won't do! 
Well, I don't like hot tea, so I'll bring vodka and cranberry juice.
They make Firefly Sweet Tea Vodka.   Would that work?

This is too hilarious. 

Alan Keyes (Certifiable) to speak at D.C. event. (Washington Independent)  

A chorus of groans sounded at the meeting where this was announced.

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War crimes will be prosecuted, war criminals will be punished and it will be no defense to say, "I was just following orders."

- President George W. Bush - March 17th, 2003 

The Mad Hatter to speak at tea party? LOL!

 

  You might want to come,,hear ACORN is suppose to be there.

Oh, I really care...

 

 I will not throw the first punch but I wil certainly throw the last.....President Barack Obama.

The loonies in this area insist that Obama was ineligible because he's not a "natural-born citizen" (which IMO is code for "a Negro|Commie|Muslim"). When pressed to explain just what they mean by that, they scoff in a fashion eerily similar to Limbaugh...
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It's sad that we've reached a point where 'government service' is a dirty word... If we're the greatest country on earth, maybe we can have the greatest government.

Lewis Black

It is so funny how much the extreme right must stretch to critique the president. My local personality version of Rush had a show a few days ago in which he and callers were talking about the Veteran health care policy (we chatted here and expressed our displeasure) because Pres. Obama actually considered it. Nevermind, that he ruled it out but the fact that he had it "on the table" at one point was enough to focus tons of time on it and start up a whole discussion that he was Anti-Veteran. Bizarre!

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