Tea party 'extremists' rock and reload July 4
According to a Zogby poll commissioned by the O'Leary Report that was released April 28, the survey of 3,937 voters in the last election shows a full 57.1 percent of respondents somewhat or strongly support beliefs of tea party organizers, while 39.3 percent somewhat or strongly opposed them.Translation: No tax liability - pay no taxes. Although, honestly, every time you buy a pair of shoes, you're paying taxing. Some states, like Tennessee even have a tax on food.
Even 52.6 percent of respondents with no tax liability supported the tea party movement while only 41.8 percent did not. Of those with tax liability, 58 percent supported the protests while 39.4 percent did not.
Military service members and their families (60.7 percent expressed support) were more likely to support the core beliefs of tea party movement than their non-military peers (48.5 percent expressed support)Contrary to what many may believe, these Tea Parties aren't just about taxes. They're about our Constitution, they're about core values, they're about a loss of freedoms.
If you didn't make it to an event on April 15, you have another chance to stand up! Events will be happening all over the country, in all 50 states!
Find your city, or one closest to you, and GO! You won't be sorry!