http://5chw4r7z.blogspot.com/2012/04/tax-day-protest-that-no-one-cared-about.htmlThe Tea Party probably couldn't have picked a worse day to be on the Square, the Reds were out of town, and there was tons of stuff happening off the Square. It lead to a bunch of people standing behind tables and wandering around with clipboards and no real audience.
I wanted to clue them in that people signing petitions have never changed anything, people doing things changes things.
Example #1: Over 10,000 people signed a petition to get Issue 9 on the ballot. My social media friends and I doing things crushed it.
Example #2: A little over 7,500 people signed a petition to get Issue 48 on the ballot. My social media friends and I doing things crushed it.
Signing stuff makes you feel good, maybe, but that's about it.
In internet speak, #smdh means shake my damn head.
Kind of funny in a way the Tea Party didn't get this right either. Protesting tax day on the wrong day. I tried to help correct that by blogging about it on the right day.
I didn't see one real Stars and Stripes on the Square. What kind of statement are they trying to make, lets legalize the constitution but not the flag?
I think at the end of the day this is all most of the people in the Tea Party really want.
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