Why couldn't THIS man be the first Black president?

Saturday, August 29, 2009

Mason Weaver spoke to thousands at the Sacramento Tea Party protest Aug. 28th, 2009. Here are a few quotes from his great, Reaganesque speach:

We have to understand: We are not angry. We have come to tell [the government] we have become awakened. We are awake. We know what their doing. we don't have to sit around and debate with them about what they are doing. We the People establish and ordain this government to represent us People. We are in charge, not them!

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You thought he was saying "hope and change." What he was really saying was "rope and chains."

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I want them to stop taxing achievement, stop taxing what I make because, folks, that makes you a slave. I don't want slavery. I don't want to be treated like I'm on a plantation. Let me tell you about the plantation, folks, in case you don't know about the plantation. First of all, on the plantataion there was a 100% employment rate. Everybody had a job, but they had no income. Their income, what they produced was taken from them. Everybody had government housing. Everybody had government medical treatment: They worked and then they died. That's slavery.

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I tell you what, folks, we have now woken up. We are Americans and you are Tyranny and you've got to go!

Watch the whole video here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k9pluLWZFe8


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