Ward House

Tea anyone?

A quick diversion from our usual programing – I’m going to a tea party in Charlottesville on 4/15/2009!  Whoo Hoo!  My first political event, other than bashing our local board of stupervisors *rolls eyes*  three of us from work are heading out.  T-shirts and all!

tea-party

Some cute slogan suggestions include:

Give Me My Freedom, You Keep The Change
Pennies do not come from heaven. They have to be earned here on earth.
Washington’s Plan “The Way to Hell” Czeck Prime Minister Topolanek
The Idol Shall Not Wear the Remnant nor Eat the Bread of the Laborer – God
Born Free, Taxed to Death
Bailouts, Stimulus, and Pork. Oh My!
Millions, and Billions, and Trillions. Oh My!
Tax Me Not My Children
It’s not New, It’s not Change and It’s not Hope – Rush Limbaugh
Stop Spending My Children’s Money
Socialism is Bondage
God Gave Us Freedom Obama Gave us Chains
God Gave Us Freedom Obama Gave us Chains Please Return to Freedom
Don’t Tread On Me
No Taxation Without Deliberation
Personal Accountability Not Government Bailouts
We Believe in Freedom Not Socialism
If You Think Health Care is Expensive Now, Wait Until it’s Free
The Answer to 1984 is 1776< a copy of 1984 can be found here.
Wickedness Never Was Happiness Return to Constitutional Principles
Paying My Mortgage, and Yours Too
Keep Your Bailout; I’ll Keep My Freedom
Obamanomics: Chains You Can Believe In
Repeal the Bailout – Margaret Thatcher
Where Evil Men Rule the People Suffer
No More Bailouts
Stop Subsidizing Stupidity < my personal favorite!
Let the Free Market be Free
Give me Liberty, not Debt
Free Markets, Not Free Loaders
Your Mortgage is Not My Problem
Socialism Works Until You Run Out Of Other People’s Money – Margaret Thatcher
Constitutional Principles Not Big Government
Please Help Protect The People From the Government
Cut Taxes Not Deals
Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death – Patrick Henry
Read My Lipstick No More Bailouts
Something Wicked This Way Comes
Next Time Read The Bill

I decided to participate after reading Phelan’s post.  This was after I sent No-NAIS emails to all of my reps.  I can relate, in a small way, to Phelan’s dilemma;  What to do.  I feel that way with the state of things right now.  I see revolution on the horizon and it is approaching fast.  My children and I will see the fight on our doorstep and I must say that the idea excites and scares me at the same time.  I am willing to sacrifice so that my girls will have a chance at a future, at freedom.

Ok, that’s enough for now.  This topic makes my blood boil.  =)

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April 2, 2009 - Posted by | politics

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