joining what I hope will be several thousand of my fellow citizens at our local Tea Party, 11:30 to 1:30.
We paid our taxes yesterday, and discovered that, thanks to the entrepreneurial talent of my youngest brother, we passed the Magic Obama Tax-You-More cut-off. And yet, he voted for him. We are gobsmacked, my sister and I.
Hope to get some photos.
Though a dangerous right-wing extremist, I'll be heavily disguised as a suburban grandmother, who sometimes shops at the Cracker Barrel.
Photos from the local Tea Party. I estimate that we had about 200 or so. Not bad for a suburb.
We lined up/marched along the city's main street at the intersection of George Bush Freeway.
Much appreciative honking. We were waving back like homecoming queens.
Lots of people were also planning to go to the Dallas event. And Rush had a fellow on who was reporting from the Southlake Party, which was a little more celeb- heavy. The Gov., who came out in support of Texas's sovereignity, as per the 10th Amendment, is going to be at several spots today and I bet the crowds will go wild.
As you can see, this was a totally grass-roots make-your-own-sign kind of affair.
Lined up along the street. Note the little guy, with his mom. The wind almost blew him away a time or two.
My personal favorite of the signs.