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The Tea Party Express

 
 

About the Tea Party Express

Tea Party Express

The Tea Party Express began getting out the message of true conservatism by launching a national bus tour on August 28, 2009 starting in Sacramento, California. The first tour consisted of 34 stops in major cities all across America with stops in Reno, Albuquerque, Dallas, Memphis, Louisville, Battle Creek, Pittsburgh, Albany, Hartford, and ending up in Washington, DC on September 12th, 2009. At each stop on the tour, the Tea Party Express would highlight some of the worst offenders in Congress who had voted for higher spending, higher taxes, and government intervention into the lives of American families and businesses. The message of the Tea Party Express is “Enough is enough!”

The Tea Party Express has now completed its third across the nation bus tour and has invigorated Tea Party members all across the country. The Tea Party Express can be credited for playing a major role in the expansion of the grass roots movement known as the Tea Party Movement. There are now hundreds, if not thousands, of Tea Party groups all across the nation and in every state in the country. Speakers at Tea Party Express rallies have included the likes of Sarah Palin, “Joe the Plumber”, Andrew Breitbart, Ann Coulter, and many other well known conservative voices across the nation.

Tea Party Express Tour III Map
Tea Party Express Tour III Map

 

The Tea Party Express is telling Washington, “You, the politicians in Washington, have failed We The People with your bailouts, out-of-control deficit spending, government takeovers of sectors of the economy, Cap & Trade, government-run health care, and higher taxes! If you thought we were just going to quietly go away, or that this Tea Party Movement would be just a passing fad, you were mistaken. We’re taking our country back!”

   

 

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