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4-15-09 A Letter to Tax Protesters and Boston Tea Party Goers Everywhere on Income Tax Day

Posted by Sean on April 15, 2009

Dear Teabaggers:

I must admit that I’m confused. George W. Bush ran up record federal deficits that would make even Ronald Reagan blush (another look here) and ruined the economy in the progress… but you found your voice only when the darkie Democrat got into office?

AP via Yahoo!:

“Frankly,I’m mad as hell,” said Des Moines, Iowa, businessman Doug Burnett, one of about 1,000 people, many in red shirts declaring “revolution is brewing,” at a rally at the Iowa Capitol. “This country has been on a spending spree for decades, a spending spree we can’t afford.”

Again what I said with the pickaninny president. You’ve been mad for decades, but only now do you protest?

In Connecticut, police estimated 3,000 people showed up at the state Capitol in Hartford and another 1,000 at a rally in New Haven. Many carried makeshift pitchforks and signs with messages aimed at the Democrats who control Congress and the White House.

Why not white hoods and nooses? And I understand those burning crosses work a treat, too.

Be prepared to explain your answer.


Sean Daily


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