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Tea Party Support

via Michelle Malkin – a quick plug for the Portsmouth Tea Company in New Hampshire, which has apparently volunteered to donate 70 pounds of tea for the April 15th Tea Party. Good for them.

Their general contact email is here. Let them know that you appreciate what they’re doing, and order some tea while you’re at it!

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03/06/2009 - Posted by | Uncategorized

2 Comments »

  1. I am trying to organize a tea party in Salisbury, Maryland…….

    What would it cost to get some tea??

    we are the eastern shore of md//

    cell-410-726-3026

    Comment by chris lewis | 03/08/2009 | Reply

    • Not really sure I can help you with that, Chris, except to direct you here: http://www.portsmouthtea.com/Main.php?do=contactUs

      But best of luck with your tea party, please let me know how it goes. Spent some time in Maryland in my day (~5 years) and I know y’all could definitely use some rational thinking on spending and taxes.

      It’s really too bad, Maryland and Virginia have so much to offer, they’re really great places to live, climate wise, plenty of coastline and beautiful country and nature, but the government policies that have been enacted (exorbitant taxes, non-existent illegal immigration control and general corruption) have really done a number on what really should be one of the nicest areas in the country to live.

      So again, best of luck, sorry I couldn’t be of more help with the tea, but I’m sure you can get some from the Portsmouth Tea Company.

      Comment by Johnny Chimpo | 03/08/2009 | Reply


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