A tax day protest

While I have no idea who he or she is, the Pajamas Media contributor known as ‘Zombie’ always seems to have an ear to the ground when it comes to events in that other socialist paradise of northern California. Here is Zombie’s take (in pictures and text) on two recent protests – one by the TEA Party and the other by a left-wing group called US Uncut. Both occurred simultaneously last Friday out in San Francisco.

There’s a reason I bring this up, and it’s not because there were other tax day TEA Party protests around Maryland and all over the country.

Come July, the plan is to have another local TEA Party. Yes, we missed the traditional April 15th date for Salisbury but that would have been problematic anyway because of the monthly Third Friday celebration held downtown. Instead, one can think of it as a booster shot between elections and at a time when politics may not necessarily be at the top of the agenda. After all, being a TEA Partier activist is almost a full-time job in and of itself.

Needless to say, I’ll have more updates as they become available to me.

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2 Responses to “A tax day protest”

  1. Tulsa Pulper on April 19th, 2011 7:33 pm

    Mono Mike:

    That’s nice: “Come July, the plan is to have another local TEA Party”

    But before then is the Wicomico County Republican Central Committee going to actively oppose Pollitt’s tax increase or just set on its collective arse as usual when the fat’s in the fire?

  2. George Gallup on April 20th, 2011 5:47 pm

    You Republicans on the Central Committee better get Barko and Stevie P. motivated to stand up to Pollitt — they didn’t, and bowed to him, last year by allowing his budget to go through.

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