Sunday, March 22, 2009

Tea Parties and the Media

Tea Parties are not receiving the kind of attention as that of the professional protesters like ACORN. But these are hard working citizens who are frustrated with the way the government is so indiscriminately throwing money around. The same sort of folks who actually, you know, pay taxes. We need to do more to help get the word out about the upcoming Montana Tea Parties. One site to start with is here My problem is that they post all of their information on Facebook, something that I have absolutely nothing to do with. But all of you smart people can find them there.
As for me, I may be alone, but I will be at the Polson Post Office at noon on the 15th, and if anyone wants to join me, you are more than welcome.

7 comments:

Mark T said...

So, you're going to do some tea-bagging?

I really don't want to know anymore.

Steve said...

Classy as always, I see.

Coffee House Conservative said...

For the Missoula interested but facebook opposed, check out this site for details:http://www.just-citizens.com/taxdayteaparty

CHC

Mark T said...

Hey - I'm not the one making indecent proposals.

Steve said...

I could see where you would object to the allocation of government money, which is obscene.
Oh, wait, you were talking about a junior high metaphor.
I should have known.

Aaron Goldberg said...

That's where Mark is coming from--junior high. junior high politics, junior high economics, junior high sex, junior high everything.

Mark T said...

Aaron -you gonns tell me now to study Economics 101?