Hundreds gathered here in Cincinnati today to peaceably petition their government for redress for the recent IRS abuses in targeting conservative groups and individuals.
Watch the video below: (watch it in HD for best experience)
How widespread were the rallies today? See this “Rein in the IRS Rally” map from Tea Party Patriots:
The original idea for the rally came during a group text message conversation between four members of the Cincinnati Tea Party. Last Wednesday (May 15th), we named the event, chose today’s date and time, and posted our announcement. Within days other organizations picked up on the idea and soon it spread nationwide.
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