Across the fruited plain there have been taxday tea parties and rallies. From simple flag and sign demonstrations to full-fledged events with music and speakers, millions of Americans have gathered to protest the runaway spending of their governments from national to state to local.
For the most part the message has been the same, and there probably was one near you. To find out more and to contact organizers simply go to http://taxdayteaparty.com/ and click on your state.
While these rallies are very important as networking opportunities for conservatives as well as a chance to vent your spleen and the ever-spiraling insanity, what happens AFTER the April 15th events will prove to be even more important.
Questions we need to ask include, if they don't listen to us, what are we going to do? If we want to throw the rascals out, what rascals do we want to throw in? Ans most importantly, what are we prepared to do? How much effort do we want to put forward to accomplish our goals?
As my wife would say, do you want to be right or do you want to win? The larger question is how much of the dinosaur do we want to try and eat and in how many bites?
These taxday tea parties are fertile soil for the American Party. We already are onboard with most of the political ideals and principals we will hear and see at the rallies. The question is how do we morph those ideals into action and into substantive change?
It is now we need to organize, bring people into the tent and take real and meaningful action. Drop us and email today and let us show you how.