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March 27, 2009

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Let us hope that your demonstration of "the land of the free" inspires us to be "the home of the brave".

Sissy, thanks for letting me know about the Tea Party. I'm deciding if this saying by Ben Franklin is too long for a sign: "He that goes a borrowing goes a sorrowing."

The estimated federal debt per U.S. household in Obama's 2010 budget is projected to be $81,000.

Love that video and I posted it on my blog. Makes me think of another possible sign: "More govt. = less freedom."

I can't believe we are asking American servicemen and women to fight and die in an "Overseas Contigency Operation."

Speaking of Jacoby, this was a great piece on something I've wondered about for a long time, which is why Massachusetts is a "wholly owned subsidiary of the Democratic Party": Cradle of democracy.

Sissy! Hope you have a great Tea Party! I will be watching for the photos! I love the photos of Tiny and Tuck!

I love the idea of a dog wearing a sign. I think my husband can make a leash wide enough to write: More Government = Less Freedom on... and maybe we would hang teabags around the 100 lb puppy's neck.

Oh, I do believe our Great Pyr is going to our local tea party with us!

I was leaning toward "Stop the Pre$$e$" but I've got a few weeks to plan.


I've been collecting my favorite poster quotes. These are the best I've seen so far:

Chains We Can Believe In

Socialism: Trickle Up Poverty

Representation Not Confiscation

Keep your change—I’ll keep mine

Liberty is All the Stimulus We Need

No Legislation Without Deliberation!

Give Me Liberty, Not a Bailout

Don’t Spread My Wealth, Spread My Work Ethic

I can’t afford your mortgage

Obama — he’s robbin US not Robin Hood

Repeal the pork or our bacon is cooked

Obama lied, liberty died

You can’t fix stupid, but you can vote it out

This one won't work on a poster, but it makes its point and sounds lascivious:

You cannot carry on forever squeezing the productive bit of the economy in order to fund an unprecedented engorgement of the unproductive bit. – Daniel Hannan

Here's another sign I saw:

Proud Member of Sam Adams's Club

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