Skip to comments.Caption the fun at the 'Showdown in Searchlight" Tea Party Rally
Posted on 03/29/2010 4:42:37 AM PDT by reaganrevolutionin2010
("Joe the plumber")
Thanks for posting! Love the signs! The large flag in chains is VERY SYMBOLIC and needs to be at every rally.
Sarah is stunning and Todd is SO handsome! (He’s a manly man, not a metro-sexual)
Would love to see them in the WH replacing Obozo and “Aunt Ester.”
The media was ALL over the “showdown in searchlight” and then....crickets. That tells me there was quite a crowd there. Such an “ANGRY, VIOLENT looking crowd,” from the photos. </s>
“NO NEW TAXI?”
Fun? When is it going to get serious.
Good pics and signs.
Thanks for posting!
The energy, creativity and ingenuity is awe inspiring!
i have 3 bumper stickers on my car, throw the bums out....no hope in socialism and go sarah go....
took my daughter to a carnival sat and when we got back to the car someone had keyed it....its fine for them to rant and rave about wanting more freebies etc but when we stand up to them they resort to violence, damaging property and anything else they feel like....
my stickers are still proudly displayed on my car....
Not bad for a couple dozen people!!!!!!
NO NEW TAX!
I know what it said.
It just “looks” like “No new taxi.”
Great pix though.
Loved the signs.
No it is this !
No new taxi? What does the skywriter have against taxis? hehehe
Did the Black Caucus wade through the crowd with spit shields and earplugs? Harry Reid said he was happy that the attendees would spend money in his little hometown. Does he know his approval rating is nearing a single digit?
When the Reps-Dems-Ind unite your out of office.
Wonderful photos! Thanks for posting
You should add another bumper sticker, something like, “A superior liberal who believes in tolerance and diversity keyed my car.”
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