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San Antonio  
April 17, 2009 4:41pm
Interesting comments KS. Who do you think the mainstream press is? Why would the elite press report anything that would make the administration they put their full unhidden support behind. The mainstream media has a vested interest in the image of this administration. The act of a civil and peaceful demonstration from an actual grassroots effort with this kind of monumental attention despite the efforts to ignore and dismiss this historic bipartisan event not seen for over 200 years is like trying to ignore the elephant in the room.

Besides, why would the media cover anything about the TEA Parties the day after when the place was left spotless. I attended San Antonio's TEA Party in front of the Alamo along with 20,000 people (which was the official count by the SAPD) and before people departed everyone was asked to pick up any trash at their feet...and it happened! Anyone see the grounds the day after inauguration day at the White House?

The truth is, what happens next is the question to ask. Everyone can either go home and let the momentum die or they can stay active and get involved and write legislators and representatives from local to national and let them know that the people do not appreciate our tax dollars going to bail out private business.

It is now plain to see that this movement was so effective, it got the attention of the got the attention of big got the attention of this administration, and they are terrified to the point of their thought police the (Dept of Homeland Security) circulating an "intelligence and analysis assesment" warning about people who believe in God, who stand fast with the U.S. Constitution and that those veterans comming back home could pose as a potential threat to this country as an unstable and violent group. Reasonable people know this is not the case. And the same reasonable people know this can only gain momentum. There is already talks about another TEA Party on the 4th of July. It is a long road back to the America our founding father established, just stick to it and watch out for the diversions as they are sure to come.
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