ACORN, HuffPo Organizing Efforts to Infiltrate Tax Day Tea Parties to Shape Media Coverage“Neil, I’m not worried about it at all,” O’Hara said. “This is a genuine grassroots movement. If ACORN wants to send some of their paid, pretend activists to show up – that’s fine. They don’t have a message that resonates with the American people or resonates with this broad coalition that’s upset with this spending that’s going on in Washington.”
Cavuto explained the early reports of the “so-called infiltration plan” were an attempt to make it look like fringe-group efforts and in some case appears as a “racist undertaking.”
“The people understand what these movements are about,” Meckler said. “The people who are involved understand that they’re not racist. They are not fringe. They’re not even partisan. I mean, these are events where we have people across the board – Democrats, Republicans, conservatives, liberals, Libertarians – you name it.” Keep reading
It’s Tea Time!
Dan Gainor: When you want tea, you bring water to a boil. When you want genuine change, you do the same thing to the American public.
Right now, that public is boiling mad and, with April 15 around the corner, the most important thing brewing is tax protest. For every state in the nation, this tea’s for you.
Lucky for us, our cups runneth over. The nationwide Tax Day Tea Party movement is building incredible steam with an event on the day most Americans dread –- April 15. It’s an H&R Block party to take back our government from people who couldn’t manage the budget of a Kwik-E-Mart.
They are just getting started. The April 15 event is only round two of 10 planned rounds of butt-kicking activism. Round three, fittingly, is on July 4. On tax day, we get to remind Washington that we pay the bills for all of their pork-barrel spending. On Independence Day, we get to remind them that we can vote all them out just as easily as they were voted in. Keep Reading….
Tea Party day is near and it will be the day that Washington has to hear the voice of the American people! The banks want to give the bail out money back but Obama and his tax cheating employee will not let them. Tell me there isn’t something wrong with that!
(4) NY Times, Acorn, Obama, March 30, 2009, Times pulled story, Obama ties to Acorn, House Judiciary subcommittee, Game changer story, Anita Moncrief, confidential informant, Times reporter Stephanie Strom, close link between ACORN, Project Vote and the Obama campaign