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Tea party meeting and bus trip later today

The South Atlanta Tea Party Patriots will be holding a meeting tonight, March 15, featuring gubernatorial candidate Ray McBerry who will be speaking on States’ Rights. The meeting will be held at 800 Commerce Drive in Peachtree City at 7 p.m.

On another issue, the organization is issuing a last call for a bus trip from Atlanta to Washington, D.C. At last count there were 12 seat available. The bus will leave from Atlanta at 7 p.m. and arrive in Washington Tuesday morning for the “Say NO to Obamacare” rally at the Capitol.

For more information on the bus trip contact JLMcGraw@aol.com or call 770-329-3793.



A longtime favorite of local Fayette Teabaggers, Ray McBerry, saw his slim chance of becoming governor of Georgia essentially evaporate late Wednesday evening when the Atlanta Journal Constitution reported that McBerry was ousted from his job as a high school teacher for <a href=http://blogs.ajc.com/political-insider-jim-galloway/2010/03/17/two-candi... a female student and fondling her breasts.</a>
Fayette county teabaggers, who pride themselves on both their ignorance as well as their ability to completely disregard facts that are contrary to their political beliefs, are nevertheless expected to continue to be enthusiastic supporters of Molester McBerry's campaign.

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