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Do something this year!

April 15th is coming. The excitement is building. I personally can't wait.

For government bureaucrats, who live off the hard work of others, they can't wait either. They get to take more of our money this year so that they can add more government BS to our lives. People who have never run anything in their careers get to decide what to do with our money.

If you are like me, and believe that minimal government, very low taxes, and hardly any bureaucrats is the way that our government is supposed to look, then do something abut it. Join a Tea Party near you on April 15th this year. There are going to be loads of them, especially in metro areas, but smaller areas may have one as well. Here ia link to one of the major organizers:

http://www.americansolutions.com/General/?Page=a6386a2f-6bb2-4ee5-b230-b46b54c887e4

There are more though. This is just one that I have seen a lot. Check out Glenn Beck's page also:

http://www.glennbeck.com/

His 9-12 project is gaining momentum at a very fast pace.

The main point of my blog is this- If you do not like big government, do something about it. If you are sick of our money being wasted, do something about it. Waiting for others to do it no longer works. Take action.

Comment balloon 4 commentsKevin Robinson • March 30 2009 08:56AM

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Kevin,

Good post.  Many tea parties are going on around here .... many are planned for the April 15th tax day.  Small government is the way to go, it is the way to keep more of the money we work so hard for.  Hats off to you.

DW

Posted by Donald Wenner (Keller Williams Maplewood Mid-Town Direct) about 10 years ago

Hey Donald-
Take a look at ouor Tea Party group on AR. You may be interested.

Posted by Kevin Robinson, Fractional Developer about 10 years ago

I think we both know that I am not a fan of large Government. The bigger they are the more they get in the way. I will check this out my friend.

Posted by JL Boney, III, Columbia, SC Real Estate (Coldwell Banker) about 10 years ago

I'm thinking of changing the "Tea Party" to a Cheeseburger party...

What do you think?

Posted by Luke Constantino, Residential/Commercial Real Estate Brooklyn NY (Brooklyn/Manhattan Real Estate) about 10 years ago

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