Thursday, April 16

I don't like tea, but..................

I went anyway.

It was not a large affair, like maybe the one in San Antonio or Washington D.C., but it was still worth going to.

I signed a tea-bag, Olivia texted fed-up at the appointed time, we clapped, but I couldn't bring myself to wave the sign somebody gave me.
I'm evidently not a sign waver.
Now I know.
It's a pitiful thing to see how the news networks are dealing with what went on in America yesterday.
They'll broadcast, with great pride, marches down public streets of 'gay rights' people, but they somehow ignore all the Americans that were out yesterday?
And the few that will be shown will be in a negative light.

Why do I keep being surprised at these things?
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6 comments:

grammie Kim said...

Rush calls it "drive-by" media.

ancient one said...

They think that if they ignore you... you will go away... Our local news is showing all the protests from their viewing area... and there were at lot of people out protesting... I'm so proud of you for going...

Michele said...

Good for you for going! My parents went to one and remarked how clever the signs were and how friendly the people were.

Michele said...

The 'left' want to make us look like mobs that break bottles over heads and light cars on fire.

Kristi said...

One of the reactions from the media here were they made fun of those that came out because "we", conservatives, did not know how to protest. We were just too nice.

Isn't that something? They were acutally laughing and poking fun at that.

~Kristi

~~Deby said...

shameful leftists...that want to turn our beloved America to Amerika.....