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Tax Day Protest in Ocala, Florida

Marion County residents converged on the downtown square from all directions Wednesday. Their signs were as different as their demographics: senior citizens stood next to young adults, housewives and businessmen on lunch break.

But the message spoken, and occasionally yelled, at the United States government during the Ocala Tea Party was the same: stop tax increases and outrageous spending.

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Posted:  04.16.09

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Tax Day Protest in Orlando, Florida

http://www.myamericanism.com/profile/TeaPartyRadio   for more pictures and http://orlandoteaparty.webs.com/  (VIDEO).

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Posted:  04.16.09

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THE SILENT MAJORITY SPEAKS – April 15th nationwide tea party

Orlando Tea Party

“If ever a time should come, when vain and aspiring men shall possess
the highest seats in Government, our country will stand in need of its
experienced patriots to prevent its ruin.” – Samuel Adams

On April 15th, 2009 (TAX DAY), Orlando will be having their next Tea Party, along with OVER 300 cities across this great country!

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Right now, there are over 300 cities planning simultaneous events for Tax Day, April 15th, with over 20 here in FL.  If you have family outside of Orlando, find the nearest tea party at http://www.taxdayteaparty.com/.  If your city is not listed, contact the state coordinator listed at the top of the page and tell them you’re willing to organize an event.  We are all volunteers, not professional event planners or organizers.  We’re just concerned citizens.  Anyone can plan an event!!

CITY HALL, Downtown Orlando @ 6pm EST
400 S. Orange Avenue, Orlando, FL
(map)


H/T Laree

http://orlandoteaparty.webs.com/

Posted:  04.09.09  Reposted:  04.14.09

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