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Small Town Mom  
Floresville  
August 7, 2009 1:49pm
 
That's in Tampa. The TEA Parties in Wilson County were nothing like that. They were peaceful, and tastefully presented. And THIS article is specifically about the Wilson County TEA Party.

Did you actually attend either of our TEA Parties? I think not.

There was no racism, no brawling, no foul language or anything of the sort. Additionally, there was none of what you predicted would happen, and tried to scrae folks about in previous posts. As a (double) minority, I felt just as comfortable there as in my own backyard. My little brown kids played with little white kids, the girls and boys played just fine, old and young, able bodied and healthy stood side by side, not seeing the things you are spouting about, but seeing a growing concern for their fiscal well-being. And things were just splendid.

Your comparison of the Wilson County TEA partiers to people who live several states away has no relevance. Just another attempt at fearmongering. Thanks for proving my point.
     
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