UPDATE: Live Sarracuda coverage here.
Did I ever mention that I was planning to go to the Nashville Tea Party? In fact My husband and I had reservations, and were planning to take a couple of kids, until I found out there was a $500.00 price tag to attend, and started hearing words, like “scammy” to describe the event. I decided to stick with CPAC, and skip, the first annual Tea Party Convention in Nashville. But I’m paying close attention to see if anything positive comes out of the gathering. So far, I’ve been I’m hearing both good things, and not so good things.
Here’s a report with Bill Whittle, from yesterday:
And here’s a report from Carl Cameron at Fox News:
We may just go next year.
Founding Bloggers: (PICTURES) Can You Hear Me Now?
‘Countdown to no ratings’ weighs in:
O the humanity!
Ooooh, now this may have been worth the price of the ticket:
Andrew Breitbart: “It’s not your business model that sucks, it’s you that sucks.”
Nobody flings redmeat like Breitbart.
Now he tells us.
Erick Erickson, Red State: Thoughts on the Nashville Tea Party Convention and Sarah Palin
Christian Science Monitor: As counter-media fuels tea party movement, main stream media catches on
In case you missed the live coverage, here’s Sarah Palin slamming Obama’s foreign policy:
Entire speech, here.
Dan Riehl asks: Who Did Palin Remind You Of?