A July 11th Myrtle Beach Tea Party Picture Dump
This week-end, Myrtle Beach had its second Tea Party. Although I’m certainly not an expert on estimating crowd size, this one did seem to draw a larger crowd than the last one. I’m going to say this one had around 400-500 people attending. That’s not bad for an area that only has roughly 30,000 residents.
This Tea Party was also, not surprisingly, better organized than the last one. There were more groups represented, more speakers, and best of all, I gave a speech. If you want to see what I had to say at the Myrtle Beach Tea Party, you can check it out here.
If you want to get a feel for the event, take a look at these signs, which you’ll notice are home made, not pre-made by interest groups and handed out, like they are at liberal protests,
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