KSFY: Imagine that, hundreds of blue hairs showed up. All you have to say is FREE LUNCH and they’ll show up!


“It was a perfect place. How many cities have a lake in the middle of them?” he asked.
Somewhere between 3,000 and 4,000 leaned against a stiff wind to express a generalized dissatisfaction with the direction of federal government, particularly huge spending and expansion of a government presence in private enterprise and healthc are.

I see the same people who count people at LifeLight helped count people at this event. 4,000?! BAHAHAHAHA!

10 Thoughts on “I thought it was a protest not a municipal band concert?

  1. Ghost of Dude on April 15, 2009 at 2:06 pm said:

    I heard they ran out of hot dogs. No word about tea bags, though.

  2. l3wis on April 15, 2009 at 3:00 pm said:

    Teabagging + Old men = YUCK

  3. Casey on April 15, 2009 at 6:35 pm said:

    So, were you there? Lots of young people too. And middle aged people. And veterans. And business folks. Hardly your Thurston Howell III types.

    Of course, that’s the new makeup of the democratic party. Taxes are for little people, lovey!

  4. John2 on April 15, 2009 at 9:29 pm said:

    I hope the blue hairs and que-tips are ready to cough up their social security and medicare. It would be a riot to see them receive what they vote for.

  5. l3wis on April 16, 2009 at 1:12 am said:


    90% of Americans just got a tax cut. So what were you protesting? I guess I thought it would be kinda of odd to protest my tax cut.

  6. l3wis on April 16, 2009 at 1:26 am said:

    Here, then, are 10 Republican Tax Day lies:

    1. President Obama will raise taxes on small businesses.
    2. The estate tax devastates small businesses and family farms.
    3. 40% of Americans pay no taxes.
    4. Tax cuts always increase revenue.
    5. The GOP is the party of fiscal discipline.
    6. Ronald Reagan was the greatest tax cutter of all time.
    7. FDR caused the Great Depression, or at least made it worse.
    8. Obama’s cap-and-trade plan will cost each American family $3,100 a year.
    9. Obama’s tax proposals will undermine charitable giving.
    10. The rich pay too much in taxes already.

  7. Randall on April 16, 2009 at 7:55 am said:

    Wow! Are you shittin me? 4000 people?
    I was there – and I didn’t see 4000 people…
    The wife and I independently came up with probably 500 – maybe 600 people.



    A bunch must have shown up after we left or something. I sure didn’t see them.

    But still… 500 to 600…

    …we were surprised to see that many people that apparently ….neglected to vote last November? Or… maybe decided they didn’t need to? Or… don’t know how democracy works, maybe? Skipped that class because their parents took them to a protest that day, perhaps?

  8. l3wis on April 16, 2009 at 8:09 am said:

    Like I said, the Lifelight crowd counters must have been there.

  9. Warren Phear on April 16, 2009 at 8:40 am said:

    I had some business to tend to in that area yesterday. I didn’t stop, but I did see the “crowd” and the cars. NO WAY there were 4,000 people there.

  10. Jackie on April 16, 2009 at 3:12 pm said:

    Did you read who was the MC of the event? LOL!!!! Mr. IntellectualPropertyAbuser himself. 🙂 I about bust a gut reading that.

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