The Central Kentucky Tea Party Patriots claim to be independent of any political party, but they seemed very comfortable giving Barack Obama, Nancy Pelosi, and Harry Reid Hell, while remaining silent about Mitch McConnell, Jim Bunning and Brett Guthrie. Could it be that the The Central Kentucky Tea Party Patriots are afraid to call out Mitch McConnell, Jim Bunning and Brett Guthrie? Or do they think Mitch McConnell, Jim Bunning and Brett Guthrie are above being criticized? More plus photos after the fold.
The Central Kentucky Tea Party Patriots held their tax day Tea party Rally at Freeman Lake Park, in Elizabethtown, Kentucky. They were expecting 500 plus people, but they fell way short of that with a total more like 150. I must say everyone was nice to me even though I didn't hide the fact I was a progressive. There were plenty of signs about socialism and I handed out the Socialist Free Purity Purity Pledge Form to several folks in my search to find someone that really believes what their signs say. Can you believe not one of these folks were willing to sign the pledge? Hell, I thought they were serious about socialism, but I guess not.
Hillbilly Report is still looking for a real conserevative willing to sign the above document. Let us know if you find one. Until then I guess we'll have to assume the tea Party folks are all hat and no cattle. Mark Twain supposedly said: "When the end of the world comes, I want to be in Kentucky because it's always twenty years behind the times." I suggest if he had visited Elizabethtown, Kentucky, he might have changed that from 20 years to a 100 years, but let's look at the bright side of all this. December 21, 2012 the world is supposed to end and Elizabethtown, Kentucky might become a very popular place.