UPDATE: Protest results 21 Mar – Raleigh, N.C New American Tea Party Saturday, March 21, 2009 – N.C. delays Tax Refunds

UPDATE  21 MARCH 
Protest results at:
Liveblogging the Lexington KY Tea Party; Ridgefield CT Tea Party protesters say “DUMP DODD;” 3k in Orlando; Raleigh NC represents

A message from William/NC State Director to all members of North Carolinians for the Preservation of the Constitution on The Patriotic Resistance!

Soon hitting the bed. Been up since midnight and its now 830 pm. Planning on going to Ral tomorrow for the Tea Party. Hoping to see a few of you there. If you plan on attending please drive careful and watch out for the person on the green harley that looks like he may be lost and a little cool.

Update Mar 19You might want to check with William/NC to be sure if this protest is still a go!

Also I find this over on Tax Day Tea Party HG page!
City: Raleigh
When: April 15, 6:30pm – 8:30pm
Where: NC State Capitol (Tentative, Waiting on Permit Approval);
One East Edenton Street
Contact: EMAIL
P. 919.523.5217
Other Info:www.raleighteaparty.com

There is many places in North Carolina having protest on the 15th! Check out the Tax Day Tea Party HQ

A message from William/NC State Director to all members of North Carolinians for the Preservation of the Constitution on The Patriotic Resistance!

Please spread the word to every American you know who is fed up with government bailouts! We are hoping for a large turn out, please check the facebook group page for the latest news.

Raleigh, N.C New American Tea Party

Date: Saturday, March 21, 2009
Time: 12:00pm – 3:00pm
Location: NC State Capitol (east side) downtown Raleigh
Street: Wilmington St
City/Town: Raleigh, NC
Phone: 9196122141
Email: raleighteaparty@gmail.com

Facebook group page:

link is posted in the Main NC Group.
Thanks Donna

Visit North Carolinians for the Preservation of the Constitution at: Chick Here
Lets have a big group in Raleigh, NC, lets make our voice heard loud and clear that we’re tired of our tax money being spent useless.

N.C. delays income tax refunds

North Carolina has delayed sending out state income tax refund checks so state officials can juggle the cashflow needed to give taxpayers back their money.

Secretary of Revenue Ken Lay described the problem as a temporary backlog, because the department is having to tap special accounts to pay refunds, he said.

“Everyone who is due a refund will get a refund,” Lay said in a prepared statement, saying he expects progress in the coming weeks. Read More

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11 comments on “UPDATE: Protest results 21 Mar – Raleigh, N.C New American Tea Party Saturday, March 21, 2009 – N.C. delays Tax Refunds

  1. Its almost to late to care. Unless Obama’s spending spree is stopped soon this country will b bankrupted!

  2. Oklahoma as far as I know will not be delaying State refunds, but it was brought up by one Rep. that they might ask tax payers if they do not need there refund, they can opt out of receiving one…in fact I was telling my hubby that it would be a good idea to do just that, way before hearing the Rep. speak in favor of the opt out plan. Of course this would be strickly voluntary, knowing that many people rely on that small check, but for those that don’t need it, this would help in the recovery of each States much depleted funds.

  3. Why not take the refund and give it to a charity? Less wasteful than government agencies, and probably closer to home.

  4. Where is the Obama helping the States money? Where in the hell is it?
    I tell you where it is, building bigger government just what we need. NOT!

    I would say that the Obama government has enough of The American people hard earned tax money shiloh1kb, so why should you or anyone give them more? Keep your money, you’re going to need it when Obama causes the prices of everything to go sky high. If he keeps on printing money the dollar will not be worth much and then raises the Capital Gain Tax will drive the prices up! Dump truck full of money for a bag of food……we’re in for hard times.

  5. lukemcgook, that is a good option.

    goodtimespolitics, Trust me I’m not going to pretend to know a lot about how the individual State funds are run…but ?, by giving back the refunds to the State if and only if you are able to afford it…isn’t that like making each State a little less reliant on more Gov. funding?
    I was thinking more in line with the Sovernity issue? Just a thought, I may be on the wrong track. It wouldn’t be the first time. LOL

  6. We have to remember that the State politicians can also be wasteful spenders, and the state Representatives are also the ones that put the earmarks in the bills. I like what lukemcgook said to do also, but then we have to be careful of what charity we give to, cause its been known that some charities give the money to terrorist groups. I would think a safe charity would be to the families of our military men and women. Its you ___ if you do and ___if you don’t! 🙂

  7. GTP is right. Most state governments are about as hopeless as the federal government now. We won’t ever see them cut spending unless we starve them of tax dollars. There are lots of honest outfits that help military families make ends meet, and the Salvation Army does a good job with what they collect.

  8. And it looks like charities will be needing some help. Not only will the Obama’s tax law changes put a hurt on charitable giving, the stock market drop will affect them even more.

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