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Saturday, April 18, 2009

Greenville TEA Party Has 10,000 Attend, Pro-Stimulus Rally Has 200 Attend Same Day, Same City

Here's a letter sent to Michelle Malkin from someone in Greenville, SC describing the scene during the tea parties. What I found really interesting was how unbalanced the pro and anti-porkulus rallies were. (H/T) Michelle Malkin

Michelle C. sums it all up very well here.

Update: From reader Michelle C.:

Hey Michelle, I’m a big fan of your site. I noticed that your article about the Greenville tea party states that there were 3000 people there. I live in Greenville, and last night on the 6:00 news, when the party had just begun, WYFF stated that the crowd was around 5000 people. On the 11:00 news, WYFF stated that the police count was around 10,000 people for the tea party. I thought you might enjoy hearing how large the crowd really was.

Also, here’s the funny thing– the state Democratic Party decided to hold a “Save Our Schools” rally at the same time (6:00 - 7:30) on the OTHER SIDE of the Bi-lo Center. The rally was to protest Mark Sanford for not taking the stimulus money for schools. According to WYFF 11:00 news, around 100 people showed up. According to the Democratic Party, around 200 people showed up (see

10,000 to 200. Um...Sorry, Obama! We won!

Will the Democrats ever see that the people aren't on their side this time and reverse the damage they've done?

No, they'll probably just send the FBI after everyone who disagrees with them for being "extremists".


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