Denver Tea Party Sends Message to Washington
DENVER, Colorado: It’s time to send a message to Nancy Pelosi. Across the country concerned citizens have assembled this week in protest of the upcoming vote in the House on healthcare. They are marching on Washington today.
Members of congress have hidden in Washington far too long. They have conveniently forgotten their constituencies. As evidenced by the photo on the left, citizens have not forgotten their anger against big government. Nor have the voters in New Jersey and Virginia, judging by this week’s gubernatorial races.
A large crowd of Denver Tea Partiers assembled on November 3rd in protest of big government. In symbolic protest the gathering shredded 1990 pages of the health care bill and will deliver it on the steps of the Capitol noon today. (Read more at LookingAtTheLeft.com.) It’s time to get involved!
DENVER, Colorado: Tea Party protestors across the country descended last Saturday on TV and newspaper offices protesting media bias. Billed as “Can you hear us now?” events, ordinary citizens drew attention to the bias in national media. As reported by LookingAtTheLeft.com, media outlets largely ignored the protestors in Denver. Instead of actually interviewing protestors outside of Channel 7 the media hacks actually interviewed the counter-protestors.
Also interesting to note is EL MARCO’s eye witness accounts of events where official attendance tallies were over one million. By his experience the same size crowd gathered in Washington, DC on September 12th. For the full story visit LookingAtTheLeft.com.
Sept 12, 2009 Protest
On September 12, 2009, right in front of our offices here at the National Institute of Prevarication we witnessed a massive display of patriotism unlike anything we have seen in a long, long, time. Zero violence, zero arrests, from an impassioned crowd who was there to protest big government and the corruption in government.
The capitol police refused to count the large crowd due to criticism in the past of their accuracy. The fire department’s official total was around 75,000. But according to many eye witnesses the crowd was much larger. According to LookingAtTheLeft.com the crowd was much, much larger. Click on the photo above to see a larger photo. Be sure to check out EL MARCO’s eye witness account. Who do you believe, your eyes or the media?
(An experienced and more reliable estimate on crowd count can be found here.)