Posted by Richard Adams
What do people around here make of the "tea parties" around the country? Instapundit has a whole bunch of pictures and links about the tea parties. Just keep scrolling.
It is a great start, but PLEASE do not try to say these people are conservatives. Both of the articles did that and just is not the case on the whole. If you do that, then it will be meaningless.
I actually liked what happended to the Georgia guidstones better. Link
Well, let's just say it wasn't exactly a spontaneous grassroots phenomenon. How about... totally contrived??
Like many, Craig, you seem to be a bit too anxious for that to be true.
Personally, I don't know what the big deal would be anyway. Rosa Parks' refusal to sit in the back of the bus was well planned. The local NAACP piced the right candidate and contemplated when and how to do it, and what they would do afterwards. The slogan "black power" was ginned up by SNCC, and, once again, its release was planned well in advance. All suscesseful and important movements feature such planning (and so do many lesser and insignificant movements).
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