Or at least tea labels for that matter. It’s clear common sense not to send a tea bag to Washington, for they would suspect the foreign substance in the bag to be something other than tea. Anthrax, drugs, or some weapon of bioterrorism.
Now don’t get me wrong, as I would not subject myself to such an atrocity. My Tea Party package consisted of a letter, expressing my outrage concerning the wasteful spending, fiscal irresponsibility, and unrelenting narcissism in Congress. It contains my pent-up rage, which clearly explains the mood of the American people. It clearly tells them how I am tired of Stimulus. Tired of Omnibus. Tired of them usurping our power. Of bankrupting our future, and the future of our children.
Furthermore, it explains how I am fed up with the oppressive tyranny that is being forced on the American people. How they plan on limiting our freedom, and dictating how we are to think and act as Americans. It says how I am tired of the liberals in Washington pursuing their own self-interests, when they should be pursuing the interests of We, the American people. It gives a clear statement to the liberal politicians in Washington that we want to take back what’s ours. To be returned what was stolen. To rebuild what was broken. To establish and restore every last vestige that made America great.
And all this was expressed in my letter in just 10 words: WE’RE MAD AS HELL AND WE WANT OUR COUNTRY BACK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Now 43 exclamation points is a lot of rage to send to Washington.
Getting back on track, the Tea Party package also had a Lipton tea label stapled to each of the 3 letters I sent. One was sent to Senator Carl Levin. The second was sent to Senator Debbie Stabenow. The last one was sent to President Barak Obama. With the rage-filled letters sent, and the thousands they will get from other Americans, the letters will serve one of two purposes. They will either change their ways, or use our letters as fire fuel.
I’m suggesting the latter, and am now wondering if spending $1.26 was worth it.