Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Cincinnati media has history of misunderestimating Tea Party -- this Sunday they can get the story!

March 15, 2009, more than 5,000 Cincinnati-area residents gathered on Fountain Square to protest the borrow-and-spend policies of President Obama and the Democrat Congress.  And not a single television camera, radio microphone or Enquirer reporter was present.  In fact, it was to that date the largest Tea Party gathering in the nation, and the birth of a movement.

And the media missed the story.

Fast forward to March 6, 2012, and the Tea Party endorsed candidate for Congress, Lt. Col. Dr. Brad Wenstrup becomes the first (and to date only) non-incumbent to defeat an incumbent in the nation.

And the media missed the story.

Now, April 15, 2012, the Cincinnati area Tea Parties and dozens of other groups are gathering on tax day (Sunday, April 15) to launch a major national initiative, the drive for a balanced budget, headed by none other than COAST's Dan Regenold.

Will the media miss this story as well?

Come and see, and come and be a part of history: 3-5 PM, Fountain Square, Sunday, April 15. 

1 comment:

  1. It seems strange that the Tea Party would gather on Fountain Square. I'm sure they would have been just as opposed to it as COAST. Or were they simultaneously making a statement about Fountain Square? I imagine COAST still thinks it was a bad idea.


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