Peter Kinder sent out a call greet the President along Lindell in Forest Park. Here are the details:
Jim Hoft (The Gateway Pundit) leads St. Louis Tea Party Coalition as it joins Americans for Prosperity, United for Missouri, and other organizations on Tuesday, October 4 to protest Stimulus Waste. Yes, the President will be here.
Date: Tuesday, October 4
Time: 5 p.m. to 6:0 p.m. (or so)
Where: Forest Park along Lindell Blvd, west of the History Museum
Theme: Waste and Windmills. Solyndra. The Carnahan Family.
Signs: Please be tasteful, irreverent, and funny.
This is NOT The After Party—this is a good, 2009-era street protest. You know just what to do.
Parking: History Museum, Lagoon Dr. and Grand South of History Museum.
Barack Obama will attend a $25,000-per person fundraiser at the home of Tom
Carnahan on Lindell Blvd. St. Louis, MO on Tuesday, October 4, 2011. We’ll
be there to greet him.
Tom Carnahan, brother to Congressman Russ and Mo SoS Robin, is connected to
Wind Capital Group which owns Lost Creek Farm, a windmill farm. Last year, Lost
Creek received $107 million in stimulus funds.
The 2009 Stimulus helped inpire the Tea Party movement in February 2009.
Obama promised that his Stimulus would arrest the unemployment rate in the
sevens. He was wrong. Unemployment has been to 10 percent and is stuck above 9
percent. Even the Administration admits unemployment will be near 9 percent on
Election Day 2012.
Much of that squandered wealth went straight into the pockets of Democrat
donors. Tom Carnahan, Congressman Russ Carnahan’s brother, pocketed
$107,000,000 of your children’s future earnings. The 12,000 jobs “created” in
Missouri, according to the White House, cost tax payers $272,000 each (source). Yet
Missouri’s unemployment remains above 9 percent.
Join Jim Hoft and St. Louis Tea Party Coalition, along with AFP
and United for Missouri, in demanding fiscal responsibility from this