Thursday, April 16, 2009

Atlanta Tea Party

The Atlanta crowd had little use for the Nanny State, directing all aspects of life for the serfs who support it. Click on the pictures to get a bigger, better view.

The well mannered, patriotic crowd had little faith in today's news media.

The crowd started arriving early and eventually numbered between 15,000 and 20,000.

Homemade signs outnumbered the professional ones by at least 10 to 1. One that is not pictured said, "Why do I feel like a ship passing Somalia?"

Cute sign -- obviously designed by city slickers who never saw a real feed trough.

The crowd made it very crowded and difficult to move around.

Citizen journalists: Cynthia and Jaudon, my son and daughter in law.

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