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September 18, 2009


For more of Mark J. Koenig’s photos from the Tea Party Protest and for his reflections on the event click here.

  1. Brent permalink
    September 18, 2009 6:07 pm

    I kind of dig that shirt.

  2. fiftyfifty permalink
    September 19, 2009 2:40 am

    When did America have this discussion that character doesn’t matter and the media gave us honor by association. We tolerated the crooks in this Congress and the first 8 months of Obama and friends abusing their authority and power ignoring the laws of our Constitution.
    Arrogance and its Interpretation is the revenge. 9/19/09

  3. MikeD permalink
    September 19, 2009 12:15 pm

    It is truly amazing how the media (not worth a capital M) can ignore the largest crowd ever assmbled on the lawn of the White House ONLY because it was against the loss of many of our FREEDOMS by a DEMONSTRATION of CONSERVATIVE Citizens. The howl made by the ‘Boisterous’crowds’, the name calling and all the other complaints by the media against conservatives is typical bias of their agenda. A check back during the years of Pres.Geo. W., one will find the beginning of that unruliness as done by the liberal congressmen like Durbin, Frank, Dodd, and so many others that it is difficult to name them all. Media bias is so blatant that we wonder what happened to the ‘recall’ of their leaders? Do they read past issues? MikeD

    • September 20, 2009 2:11 am

      The minion man media is not only not worth a hit on the upper case thingie — they’re not worth any other kind of hit, either.

      ‘less it’s on a bong.

  4. Evergreen78 permalink
    September 19, 2009 4:34 pm

    I wasn’t at the Big March, but I’ve been to some Tea Party things & whatnot. Since when did waving an American flag, singing the National Anthem, & handing out free copies of the Constitution become a BAD thing? As far as the “questionable” (says who?) signs & T-shirts & whatnot, I happen to LIKE the hammer-and-sickle theme. It hits the nail squarely on the head (no pun intended), in my personal opinion, because it seems that’s exactly where we’re headed.

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