Hundreds rally at Tea Party in downtown York

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Troy Miller spoke to a crowd during a Tea Party rally in York on Saturday. Karen Stollenwerk of Springettsbury Township cheers during a Tea Party rally in downtown York on Saturday.
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Could you have found a less flattering picture or is just your photographer the one who is bias...shame on you YDR
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No, the picture seems right. Angry white people.
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Go 912 Patriots!!!! We have these sidewalk sissie liberals shaking in their shorts.
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The socialist dirtbags haven't seen angry yet, wait
till November. Another D'Buma lap monkey quit
yesterday and ran for the tall grass.
Dover Dan

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Thanks Peck for your encouraging words. I really appreciate your open view of differeing opinions. You seem truly open to the role of the Tea Party people. I am confident you would welcome each of us as important contributors to returning the Republican Party to its principles.
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Chris Hutton wrote:
No, the picture seems right. Angry white people.
If you're not angry, you're not paying attention.
Steve S

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"Taking back the government" from the folks who won the last national election, eh? I don't know what that's called, but it's not democracy.
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so this is why I could not get up Market St. Take this bull crap to the burbs!
Chris Hutton

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The Real Deal wrote:
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If you're not angry, you're not paying attention.
Oh, I've been paying attention, all right. I am pleased that ALL of our citizenry will have access to health care. I am pleased that the insurance companies can no longer deny or cancel coverage due to pre-existing conditions. I am pleased that we are recovering from the near-depression started by the previous administration. I will be even more pleased when we leave Iraq (and Afghanistan, after finally capturing/killing the perpetrators of September 11th).

But I am angry about bigots and racists. And tea baggers who claim that they aren't Republicans who are pissed-off that McCain and the Barbie doll weren't elected by the MAJORITY.
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Chris Hutton wrote:
No, the picture seems right. Angry white people.
Yep. As the producers of society, we're sick over what has become of our country.

Those who work hard and achieve are labeled greedy hatemongers while the irresponsible and lazy are glorified as the only honorable people in society. Need has somehow become the most respected character trait, while capability is dismissed as some kind of undeserved lottery winnings that others are entitled to.

We're tired of your dependency. We're tired of you enabling and rewarding irresponsible behavior. We're tired of your generosity with other peoples money. And yeah, we're angy.
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Chris Hutton wrote:
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Oh, I've been paying attention, all right. I am pleased that ALL of our citizenry will have access to health care. I am pleased that the insurance companies can no longer deny or cancel coverage due to pre-existing conditions. I am pleased that we are recovering from the near-depression started by the previous administration. I will be even more pleased when we leave Iraq (and Afghanistan, after finally capturing/killing the perpetrators of September 11th).
But I am angry about bigots and racists. And tea baggers who claim that they aren't Republicans who are pissed-off that McCain and the Barbie doll weren't elected by the MAJORITY.
Ah, "after capturing/killing the perpetrators of 9/11"; hell, we were winning in Iraq, because the turds mostly migrated to Afghanistan. Now we are in Afghan and the turds are bombing/killing in Iraq. We're not gonna' win ANYTHING over there. And a campaign promise was made to have the troops home within a year...year up yet??? Will agree with you in that I am also angry about bigots and racists; the likes of Wright, Farrakhan, Al, Jess, oBOMBo...get you head out of your a$$ Chris(t). See how you aholes react come mid-term elections. Don't be angry when your gang get thrown out of Congress...told you so, remember.
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Yawn again..always race is the issue? Is it not obvious the current administration is a continuation of the former? Here is a good example of no change from either party and exactly why they are both working for the international bankers whom own American polititions. Simply study Alen Greenspan. Chairman of the federal reserve bank for almost 20 years under Reagan, Clinton. BushI @II. Why would so many different leaders keep the same man in charge of all the money for so many years..ask yourself? We will have perpetual war under all these so called leaders. I recomend "War is a Racket" by Smedley Butler for a little insight on war. It is a small read that will educate many on the obvious.
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I only brought up the "race issue" because there were only white faces in the pictures and video.
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Ah, "after capturing/killing the perpetrators of 9/11"; hell, we were winning in Iraq, because the turds mostly migrated to Afghanistan. Now we are in Afghan and the turds are bombing/killing in Iraq. We're not gonna' win ANYTHING over there. And a campaign promise was made to have the troops home within a year...year up yet??? Will agree with you in that I am also angry about bigots and racists; the likes of Wright, Farrakhan, Al, Jess, oBOMBo...get you head out of your a$$ Chris(t). See how you aholes react come mid-term elections. Don't be angry when your gang get thrown out of Congress...told you so, remember.
We had NO reason to be in Iraq. We had EVERY reason to be in Afghanistan.
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Chris Hutton wrote:
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Oh, I've been paying attention, all right. I am pleased that ALL of our citizenry will have access to health care. I am pleased that the insurance companies can no longer deny or cancel coverage due to pre-existing conditions. I am pleased that we are recovering from the near-depression started by the previous administration. I will be even more pleased when we leave Iraq (and Afghanistan, after finally capturing/killing the perpetrators of September 11th).
But I am angry about bigots and racists. And tea baggers who claim that they aren't Republicans who are pissed-off that McCain and the Barbie doll weren't elected by the MAJORITY.
If you think health care is a problem now, you ain't seen nothing yet. When Obamacare kicks in, in what, 4 or 5 years, then you will see a problem with people having problems accessing health care. Of course you'll probably blame Bush and Barbie.
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Nothing will ever be accomplished until we have honest money. It is the old arguement of Keynesian vs. Austrian economics. Since the unconstitunial orgin of the Federal Reserve bank in 1913 we have had alot of problems. by the way how would you feel if your country was occupied? by people who live 10,000 miles away? We have no buisness in any of these countries..but maybe wallstreet has much buisness there.
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Chris Hutton wrote:
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We had NO reason to be in Iraq. We had EVERY reason to be in Afghanistan.
Well then why did your Demo buddies vote "for" the Iraq war? Answer: THEY were given the exact same FALSE intelligence that Bush and the Repubs were given. Give me one GOOD reason for being in Afghanistan; other than keeping the war manufacturing industry busy, or this country would be further in the tubes than it already is. And what's with YOUR "We HAD (past tense) every reason......". Then why are we still there, like: "We HAVE (present tense) every reason....". You make no sense. Praise the Lord and Pass the Ammunition.
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I just can't believe the stupid comments people are making about this. Do you even understand what your local representative should be listening to the voters. Most law makers kiss butt to get elected but after they win you hardly hear a word from them. If you want to hear something that is really true go to Youtube and type in George Carlin American Dream and open your eyes. Just remember he did this standup years before the crap started to hit the fan.
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Dover Dan wrote:
Thanks Peck for your encouraging words. I really appreciate your open view of differeing opinions. You seem truly open to the role of the Tea Party people. I am confident you would welcome each of us as important contributors to returning the Republican Party to its principles.
The soft spoken Peck Foster wants your votes for business as usual politcians like State Senator Mike Waugh, who's running unopposed in the GOP primary and the general election after working with Ed Rendell to raise business taxes 800 million dollars.

That's right, Waugh voted for higher taxes in this year's budget and he'll probably do the same next year because he isn't being challenged.

Tax and spend Republicans like Mike Waugh shouldn't get a free ride.

Old "Peck" knows how to hustle conservative people into supporting less than conservative candidates.
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Who paid for the permits to hold this event? How much did it cost the city and businesses to close down a section of Market St? WHO pays for the that?

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