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April 15 Tea Party Coverage PDF Print E-mail
News/Features - Local News
Written by Todd McGreevy   
Sunday, 19 April 2009 21:32

Put Down the Remote, Pick Up the Mouse Videos from April 29 Commentary

Over 500 people gathered from Noon to 2pm in downtown Davenport, IA as part of the nationwide
protests against excessive government spending and what many perceive as threats to citizens'
rights as guaranteed by the US Constitution. This video includes seven interviews with protest attendees
including an 11 year old whose sign read, "Even an 11 year old knows Obama is wrong." When asked
what Obama was wrong about, the young person replied that taking money from those that work
and giving it to those that do not work.

One protester carrying a sign that read "Democrats are spending our grandchildren's future."
He is asked what he would say to critics that point out the Republicans spend just as wildly when
they were the majority. One protester claims that Obama is a puppet of the Bildeberg Group,
Trilateral Commission and Council on Foreign Relations, and that Americans who
voted for him have been "bamboozled."



Put Down the Remote, Pick Up the Mouse Videos from April 29 Commentary


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written by This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it , April 23, 2009
Where were these protesters for the past 8 years when Bush bamboozled our economy and the world in a senseless spineless war? Now the media covers this , where in the hell were they when protests were all over the nation when Hundreds of thousands protested in D.C> , the estimated reports were over a miliion protesters and there was NBO coverage, If you think the media is doing us a favor by covering the tea party think again they want to divide us further, it is the old divide and conquer routine.We as Americans better start thinking and thinking hard about what we are doing, b/c they want us to war with each other...

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