For Anyone Going to Washington this Thursday

Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Unfortunatley, I will not be able to make it to D.C. tomorrow to join the protest and citizen-lobying that will go on there. But for those who can, here is the official meeting place. I hear Mark Levin will be there, along with Jon Voight and Betsy McCaughey, and of course Michele Bachmann. Viva la resistance!

A message to all members of Tea Party Patriots

Urgent – Please Forward
We are asking everyone meet at Constitution Ave NW & 1st St NW Washington, DC 20001 at 10:30AM – 11/05/09,+Washington,+District+of+Columbia,+20001&sll=37.0625,-95.677068&sspn=30.875284,86.572266&ie=UTF8&cd=1&geocode=FS9yUQIdLeNo-w&split=0&hq=&hnear=Constitution+Ave+NW+&ll=38.892085,-77.012186&spn=0.007399,0.021136&z=16

“The time is near at hand which must determine whether Americans are to be free men or slaves.” George Washington

If you can’t make it to Washington DC – Please go to your local congressional office at 12PM At 12:30PM, please sing "God Bless America!" To find your congressman please go to

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I WISH I could go to Washington today!! :o(
They're pushing the crap-n-tax while we focus on health care, too. It's a full time job trying to keep up with all the ways they're trying to screw us!!!

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