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This marvelous woman, pictured here on left with her son-in-law, got up out of her wheelchair to protest the communist in the White House and his healthcare agenda. The event took place on the streets of St. Augustine, Florida on December 15, 2013. She participated in the Town Crier’s 104th outing on famous St George Street in the historic district. The Town Criers have been engaging the national audience on a weekly basis since May of 2011. [See “A look at Town Crier’s history” in this publication August 26, 2013]

This patriotic woman is holding up the World War II Victory sign. She asked if she could be photographed with both signs. She confided that it made her feel proud to be able to stand up and resist.

“God bless her, a true Patriot. When will the media and establishment politicians of both parties stand up and expose the criminals in the White House,” asked Dave Heimbold, Saint Augustine Tea Party Media Chairman. Mr. Heimbold continued, “I suspect only when the people force them and that is happening as we speak.”



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