America, You Asked For It!

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America, are you ready to TEA Party?

It’s hard to believe it’s already been a year since conservative Americans started standing up to the liberal Socialists selling our country into the bonds of a collectivist slavery. But April 15 will be the anniversary of our first Tax Day TEA Party!

To build momentum and support for the upcoming annivesary Tax Day TEA Party, Tea Party Express III has embarked on its “Just Vote Them Out!” tour. Yesterday, thousands (we’ve seen estimates from 10-20,000) of disenchanted voters descended on the tiny town of Searchlight, NV to kick off the tour in Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid’s hometown.

The map above shows all the stops along the way, from yesterday’s in Searchlight to the final stop on April 15 in Washington, DC. You can check the times and dates of the stops nearest you by clicking here:

We hope you’ll be at the tour’s stop nearest you, and at your local Tax Day TEA Party on the 15th!

It’s up to us to let the Socialist in DC know we won’t lie down and let them destroy our country!

Tags: Obama, Tea Party, Tea Party Express, Tour, Anniversary, Nancy Pelosi, Harry Reid, Socialism, USSA

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March 28, 2010 - Posted by | Conservatism


  1. GOD SPEED, lets kick the LIBS asses…and DON’T forget about the moderate/REPUBEICANS…they NEED TO GO TOO!

    Comment by DAN REIDY | March 29, 2010 | Reply


      Comment by Wren | March 29, 2010 | Reply

  2. Here’s an interesting FACT — something Conservatives and Teabaggers seem to have a problem dealing with.

    Though Republicans & conservatives now vilify the individual mandate for health coverage under the Obama plan as unconstitutional, this provision is actually a Republican policy, and has loooonng roots in conservative health care philosophy and has been supported and advanced in the past as an alternative to the Public Options by such GOP presidents as Richard Nixon and George H.W. Bush.

    Republican administrations were among the first to embrace the concept of forcing individuals to buy coverage. Nixon — hoping to stave off the single-payer ethos of many congressional Democrats — explored the idea in the 1970s, though Republicans now dismiss this policy as “government takeover of healthcare,” and “socialism.” The hypocrisy is deafening. Reject conservative lunacy.

    Comment by Wren | March 29, 2010 | Reply


    Former H.W. Bush Secretary of State and White House Chief of Staff James Baker conveyed support for “the overwhelming majority of Barack Obama’s foreign policy agenda” in an interview last Wednesday night, the Texas Tribune reports.

    Comment by Wren | March 30, 2010 | Reply

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