Dear Readers: Thanks of everyone who is has faxed, attended a Tea Party event, or plans to come to one (reminder – local Healthcare Tea Party rally is on July 11th; nationwide one is July 17th, and details are HERE).
I have some Golden News Updates. First, these gems from our blog patroness, Michelle Malkin:
In Report from a health care counterprotest, Michelle Malkin reader Monica writes in to report this from a North Carolina rally:
Monica in North Carolina e-mailed me this afternoon: “Just fyi, we heard that moveon.org was promoting a “Public health option” rally today at 12 in front of Kay Hagan’s office- D, NC. We spread the word and outnumbered them more than FOUR to ONE! We had a great time and even used some logic as we sparred with the liberals, which of course, they don’t understand. Fun day nonetheless. I’ve attached a few pics.”
In More Soros-bots outnumbered at NY health care counterprotest, Dan Maloney reports gives this view from a Long Island Healthcare Tea Party:
See if you can spot the lone Soros-bot in this picture (hint: pink is the giveaway):
Then Hot Air’s Ed Morrissey sweetens the tea by posting this nugget: House Dems rebel against health-care reform!
First it was the Senate derailing Barack Obama’s big legislative priority, cap-and-trade, until after the summer recess. Later in the day, the House joined in what looks to be a mini-retreat from the President with the declining poll numbers. The Blue Dog Coalition has demanded a delay in producing a health-care reform bill, with a specific eye towards avoiding taxes and apparent opposition to the “public plan” Obama has demanded:
Hot Air also includes news that the Senate is postponing the Cap&Trade vote.
Please check out our Southern California/California organization or our national one to add your voice to an increasingly successful effort. And as a reminder, our national organization is hosting a Town Hall tonight!
UPDATE FROM FIRE ANDREA MITCHELL: Bleeping Golden! A pro-ObamaCARE rally in front of U.S. Sen. Roger Wicker’s office Thursday drew a grand total of 4 people according to NEMS360.
Sponsored by MoveOn, the rally was intended to support expanded health care for the poor. Organizer James Hull said 100 e-mail invitations were sent.