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The Tea Party Goes Local

Klein-Bottle Wrote: Apr 12, 2012 12:22 AM
I was at a tea party meeting where an event was being planned. Someone suggested that the Washington Post should be notified so they could send a reporter to cover it. The immediate reaction was swift, there is no reason to invite the Post. If they do cover the story (unlikely), they will probably do a hatchet job, so why give them the opportunity? The problem for the Washington Post is that we are their readership who are dropping our subscriptions and opting for other media outlets. If you only pay attention to the MSM, then you will be surprised this November.
arpiem Wrote: Apr 12, 2012 2:45 PM
The Washington Times is a much better choice.
MoreFreedom Wrote: Apr 12, 2012 12:06 PM
I'm hoping and praying you are right Klein-Bottle. It's the votes that count, not the money spent on campaign ads nor what the media says. I'm hoping voters wise up to how government spending is being used to rob us of our liberties, and vote against the spendthrifts who are criminally happy to take the fruits of our labor from us via government force, and use them for something other than protecting our liberties from criminals and foreign enemies.

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