Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Join Us for a Taxpayers "Nationwide Chicago Tea Party" in Michigan!

CNBC’s Rick Santelli called earlier this week, backed by mortgage traders, for a “Nationwide Chicago Tea Party” to protest the ObamaAdministration’s Pork Laden Stimulus plan.

The Boston Tea Party was an act of direct protest by American Colonists demanding representation in the British Government.They became known as the original patriots.

As the bailouts spiral out of control, we are forced to fund failed banks. With foreclosures on the rise, we are made the collateral of out-of-control spending . And, when the bills come due, the IRS knocks on the door of self-responsibility.


Join With Thousands of Patriots Across the Country!
As We Declare Our Independence from Big Government Bailouts!

Friday, February 27th
High Noon
Michigan State Capitol
100 N. Capitol Ave, Lansing, MI

Enough with the Pork!
We bring home the bacon and we want to keep it!

Bring Your Tea Bags, Protest Signs and American Flags!
Dissent is the highest form of Patriotism. - Thomas Paine

Questions or to Confirm Attendance: apackof2@gmail.com


RightMichigan.com said...

Thanks for everything you're doing, Joan!


apackof2 said...

There has been a great response to our protest.

Some comments via e-mail:

David and I will be there! I think we will even pull our kids out of school and have them march with us.

Carol B

Tea Party – I will be there.

Gary S.

My name's Shayna M, and I'm going!

"Hi. I would love to add tea to the Chicago river in protest of the idiocy, however, I have to work harder, longer, and for less to just pay the taxes..." Guy, Lansing

Hi, just wanted to confirm that I'm going to do everything possible to be able to attend your Tea Party. I'm in Jackson, MI, please email me regarding future events.
Caron, Jackson

I'm planning to drive down to the Tea Party in Lansing on Friday, what can I do to help? I'll try to drag as many of my friends down as I can. Where do we go and what do we need to bring? Thanks for this grassroots efforts. Sometimes those of us up in the great farmlands in the middle of the state feel like we don't have a voice and it's great to know that someone is spearheading this. Thanks for what you're doing! -Julie S. from Shepherd, MI

Won't be able to make it to Lansing but I will be wearing black on that day. I also have a teapot pin that I am wearing to work for the rest of this week and maybe for the next 4 years.

Marge K
Mount Clemens, MI

there is a carload of us from up north coming on down! woo hoo.



We’re in.