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Friday, April 2nd, 2010

Nasty Attacks On Tea Party Movement
The curtain is being lifted and the truth about the liberal movement in the United States is being exposed. Earlier this week anti-war protesters interrupted a speech from Karl Rove. One protestor even attempted to handcuff Rove in order to make a citizen’s arrest. Harry Reid supporters threw eggs at Andrew Breitbart at a Tea Party rally and threatened to take him to jail. Yesterday, Congressman Charlie Rangel (D-NY) compared the Tea Party movement to segregation. “The group in Washington fighting against the health bill and fighting against the president looked just like and sounded just like those groups that attacked the Civil Rights movement in the South,” said Rangel. Yet, despite all the threats, the egg-throwing and disruptive behavior that has come from the left, Democrats in Congress think it's the Tea Party Movement that is out of control!

Good Friday = Spring Holiday?
Good Friday is now officially known as ‘Spring Holiday’…that is of course if you live in the city of Davenport, Iowa. The city removed Good Friday from its municipal calendar, which received a wave of complaints from Christians and union members whose contracts give them that day off. “We’re not a Christian nation according to Obama,” Sean said sarcastically. “Every Christian and every conservative is under fire these days.” The Civil Rights Commission of Davenport said it recommended changing the name to better reflect the city's diversity and maintain a separation of church and state when it came to official municipal holidays. “It’s unbelievable the times we’re living in,” Sean said incredulously. For more on the story click here.

Permanent TARP System
Last week, Senate Financial Services Committee chair Chris Dodd cooked up his own plan for “fixing” the financial system. The goal, according to Dodd’s scheme, is to create a financial system that will not only prevent another financial crisis, but one that “works for and protects” Americans. That’s a terrific sentiment, but there’s one problem: the new regulations being proposed will make the financial system worse, not better. Dodd’s idea would make financial bailouts more likely, in effect creating a permanent TARP program. “This is just the latest idea that the government is the answer to all of our problems,” Sean fumed. To read more about the flaws in Dodd’s plan click here.

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