July 6, 2009

A REPORT FROM THE BURLINGTON TEA PARTY, one of 7 in the state of Vermont. “Members of the audience said they were drawn to the Tea Party by a deep unease with the direction of government and the hope of becoming empowered to change that.”

UPDATE: Robert Mayer reports on Tucson: “They’ve definitely got a hold on it! 4000-5000 turnout — even more than April 15 — and another $7k raised for the next event!”

And here’s a report from Sunnyvale, California: “For several hours, the sidewalks around the intersection at Stevens Creek and Winchester boulevards were clogged with crowds estimated at as many as 1,000 people, about a fifth of whom were part of a counter-demonstration. The ‘tea party’ demonstrators decried plans by the White House and Congress to overhaul the nation’s troubled health care system.” Just scroll down for lots more Tea Party coverage from this weekend.

Plus, news video from DC. It’s from “Russia Today” (via Google News) and the coverage seems fairer than most US networks. It’s a topsy-turvy world . . . .

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