President OBAMA Teabagged? Conservative Anti-Reaction To Massive Spending And Projected Debt Takes To The StreetsApril 15, 2009
Source: FOX News
Thousands of anti-tax “tea party” protesters took to the streets Wednesday in some of the nation’s biggest cities — including Boston, Tulsa and Sacramento — voicing their opposition to high taxes and big government spending.
Close to 2,000 demonstrators in Boston — some dressed in colonial wigs with tea bags hanging from their glasses — held signs and read speeches lambasting government spending since President Obama took office.
The demonstrations are part of a larger grassroots movement against government spending called Taxed Enough Already, or TEA — giving name to the Tax Day Tea Parties — and come more than 235 years after the original Boston Tea Party revolt against taxes.
Obama seized the opportunity to defend his tax policy Wednesday, saying, “Make no mistake: this tax cut will reach 120 million families and put $120 billion directly into their pockets, and it includes the most American workers ever to get a tax cut. This will boost demand, and save or create over half a million jobs.”
Left-wing media is in full-court mock mode so no help there. Check out the on-the-scene coverage by The Huffington Post HERE and a stunningly awful opinion piece by Paul “The True Patriot” Begala HERE.
With the Democrats and Republicans distracted by their hate for each other and love for playing the whole “who has the louder sheep!?” (a la ANIMAL FARM) game we have a few seconds here to ask a few serious questions just you and I that are being ignored here on THRALL WORLD.
Are the Tea-Party protests the natural anti-reaction to the massive spending budget and the projected multi-trillion dollar debt? Whether or not you love or hate the Paris Hiltons of the world (as Begala put it) the question remains: Is multi-Trillion dollar debt sustainable? Is that the BEST plan our elected leaders were able to come up with?
Is there ANY other way?