Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Best laid plans.

I couldn't make the San Antonio Tea Party but I am watching it on Fox (we had some complications come up family and job related). But I did make my local one at the Kerr County Court House. There where about 750-1000 at the peak. I want to see all the arrest's, cars burning, riots with police and people fighting during all these Tea Parties. Oh what? You mean there aren't any.
I wonder why.

Go figger.

9 comments:

CharlieDelta said...

I found one at a post office in El Cajon (about 10 minutes from my place) that runs from 5pm-11pm. I'm gonna head to my buddy's house after work and we're gonna slam a few cold ones and walk over to it. I hope it's a huge turn out...

Did you take any pictures?

Deadman said...

SF's was great. And we ran off the immigration lawyers who were trying to counter-protest...

H2o said...

My sister made the news at the tea party in Pasadena. Go Sis!!

labcat said...

our tea party here...i didn't go cause i'm a city employee ya know...anyway...i hear there's over 300 there and this is a small town of 10000 people!! so glad to hear it! and some people where saying that this wouldn't have happened if it hadn't been for your's truly getting the ball rolling.aawww. watched the alamo on fox. was looking for some ggdf guys cause i thought some were going there. awesome!

kerrcarto said...

Sorry LabCat couldn't make it. My wife's grandfather died and her bosses dad died. double whammy.

labcat said...

damn kerrcarto, sorry man.

Jackie D said...

My little town of 3200 had a tea party at town hall, maybe 100 people there. Pretty good considering the much larger efforts in surrounding towns that many were headed to!

Deadman said...

Condolences, Kerrcarto...

red collar said...

Sorry to hear about that Kerrcarto.

In the picture you posted, "Be a good citizen". That means something.

Someday, you'll have to tell me what the downside is to living in Texas. You know, apart from Ron Paul (he's from Texas, right?).