Voices of the Tea Party: Susan Chris and Mike

Posted: April 16, 2010 by datechguy in local stuff, short films/interviews, special events
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Sometimes talking to just one person isn’t enough

Tea Party people tend to make fast friends.

Comments
  1. I felt that I lost some of my civil liberties with the Patriot Act of 2001.

    I haven’t heard of any legislation to trying to not ‘keep the Constitution’.

    But once again lets take a look back. When did the constitution enact the 19th Amendment granting women the right to vote? 1920. 133 years after its initial ratification. Slaves got to vote before women did? Yes I know slaves didn’t vote, so lets say emanicapated slaves. But lets not change the constitution. Lets keep it the way it is!

    Oh and you are on ‘Boston Common’. It is definately such a bad thing that the government took over that land and turned it into a public park. Just imagine how many condos that would currently be in that public area had the government not gotten involved long ago.

    Yes it is so bad that the government is involved in everything. I mean the FDA is all in our food, and I’m sure all the people walked to Boston because those subways are run by the MBTA, and the roads people didn’t drive on were built by the Dept. of Transportation. Oh and I’m sure order was kept by the Boston Police Department. Not to mention all the money that was spent in Boston. Good thing we have that federal reserve.

    Yes, I agree, lets keep the government out of our lives.