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Tag: New Patriot Revolution
How do you make the political elite really mad? It actually is pretty easy. Some of you have already found out that if you show up to their town hall meetings and ask tough questions, they don't like it much.
You might ask, "Did you read the bill?" or "What example can you give that government does anything well?"
They will fidget, narrow their eyes and point their finger at you. Or as we have seen recently, they may yell a you, take phone calls while you are talking or even have you arrested. Another tactic they have adopted is to call in the SEIU thugs. They call the citizens who dare to ask questions members of the "mob." Meanwhile, the real mobsters and thugs are brought in to defend their indefensible policies.
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Don't think for a second that the Tea Party Protest back on 27 February was the only one. Nope, that was just the opening act. The New Patriot Revolution is tracking several in-state follow-up protests; all leading up to the next National Tea Party Protest scheduled, fittingly, for our great national anti-holiday, April 15th.
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