Thursday, February 19, 2009

Coming To The Indiana State House

This non-partisan event will be widely publicized in the next month to all corners of the state by a network of tax and policy activists who led the 2007 Property Tax Protests and The Indiana Tea Party.

Our ranks have grown much larger in two years.

Experts will speak candidly at the event on all subjects of concern to The People, such as Education Spending, Cronyism, Corporate Welfare, Property Tax, and those shameful politicians who put party and corporate lobbyist demands before the needs of their citizen employers.

Be warned. Our experts will shock you with their first hand knowledge of the greed and arrogance of many of our government officials.

The theme of our revolt is "TRANSPARENCY".

At the conclusion of the event, we will present a plan to our public servants in the legislature to bring full transparency of government directly into every citizen's home. Our team of lawyers are working on it now.

Please put the March 25th on your calendar now, get the time off work if you need to, and make arrangements to come to do your part to control your government. Because that's the only way it can get done. It is our responsibility.

The Justice League of activists are doing the hard part. You just need to tell everyone you know to spend an hour and half with us at the Indiana State House on March 25th to demand Transparency and The Rule of Law.

More details will follow throughout the next month.

Our email is


  1. I say don't wait - a week before that, on the 17th, is St Patrick's Day. We should all drop everything and get down to the parade route with protest signs in hand. The parade rules (in Indy at least) forbid parade participants from having 'political' signs so being IN the parade won't fly. But we can march the sidewalk along the parade route. We still have freedom of assembly.

    I suggest a large 'clan' of O'Taxpayers follow the mayor's car along the entire route. Perhaps dressed in red instead of green, to signify the red ink.

  2. Incidentally, I meant to suggest everyone in every town that has a parade, not just the one in Indy.

  3. Downtown INdy....please contact me. I've got an idea.