>DC, are you listening?

>From Drudge Report—
Coverage of Tax Day Tea Parties Fox vs rest of the drive bys….

FOXNEWS 3,390,000
MSNBC 1,210,000
CNN 1,070,000
CNN HEADLINE 909,000
FOXNEWS O’REILLY 3,980,000
FOXNEWS HANNITY 3,239,000
FOXNEWS GRETA 2,947,000
FOXNEWS BECK 2,740,000
FOXNEWS BAIER 2,401,000
FOXNEWS SHEP 2,185,000
COMEDY DAILY SHOW 1,777,000
MSNBC OLBERMANN 1,499,000
COMEDY COLBERT 1,446,000
CNNHN GRACE 1,336,000
CNN KING 1,292,000
MSNBC MADDOW 1,149,000
CNN COOPER 1,021,000

I’m thinking Nancy and the crew might want to start paying a little more attention.
If the majority have a certain opinion, can it, by definition, be extreme?

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>cameo

>This is one of several vids of yesterday’s event here in beautiful Asheville to be found on youtube.

There is a cameo of the author, but only the annointed few will recognize her. Hint, in no shot do I speak, or hold a sign. Nor am I the focus of the video at any point. Just do a walk through : )

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gsvKOBHQd4c&feature=channel

>Tea Party, Asheville style

>Janet Napolitano stands by her report saying folks like these are potential domestic terrorists. She doesn’t mind using that word “terrorist” describing you or me, but the Obama administration wants to refer to pirates as merely criminals, and the actions of Al Qaeda bombers as “man made disasters .” Somebody want to explain how that makes sense?

What I saw here were families – grandmas and grandpas, regular Americans – from a recently sworn in new US citizen from Ireland to business men in suits. From housewives to guys in leather jackets carrying motorcycle helmets. Saw several Uncle Sams, a few ladies in colonial dress, a few men also in colonial garb, and a lady liberty or two. Several great dogs and not a few babies in strollers who’s futures are already mortgaged. I saw smiling faces, despite the cold wind – and it was brisk to say the least. I heard singing, a little chanting, laughing. I saw people introducing themselves, exchanging email addresses and phone numbers, exchanging stories and frustrations. And not a few saying things like “I went to bed a housewife and woke up a terrorist.” This was an uplifting event. I couldn’t stay long, the boy was home sick, but it was worth the quick trip to see I am not alone in this town.

>tea pictures

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