Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Thoughts About Tea Parties

If a Tea Party happens and the news does not report it, does it still have the same effect?

But the real reason the major media aren't interested in these protests is that they don't agree with them. In the final analysis, these affairs are really taking issue with the political party they helped elect without hiding bias in the last election.

That's why a small scrum of Acorn-financed wackos on a bus tour to intimidate AIG execs last weekend made the news while the tea parties didn't.

Via Instapundit.

Update: Thank you for the links, Suzanna Logan and Stacy McCain.

Update II: Right Wing News and Monique, welcome as well. And I have lost track on how it got to wrestling.

Update III: For the wrestling, it will be the best of three rounds. A tub of jello, a tub of mud and a tub of a substance to be agreed upon at a later date. So much for the 'family friendly' theme.

Update IV: We have a ref too.


  1. That's why I think that these protests need to start happening on the steps of TV stations and on the street outside of the Today show....

    The only way they'll get media attention is if the media has to climb over them to get to work....


  3. Screw the media.

    We hold larger and larger Tea Parties and then, once we are organized, we march on Washington.

    Five million patriots jamming things up in D.C. for a few days ought to be effective.

    At that point, we tell any MSM reporters who ask us questions to bugger off.


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