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New Millennial member joins the Town Criers

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Evan Smith recently joined the Saint Augustine Tea Party (SATP). This week, he joined the Town Criers in the historic district of St. Augustine Florida. The Town Criers are a committee of the SATP. [See “A look at Town Crier’s history” in this publication August 26, 2013]. In an interview with Evan Smith, he disclosed the reason for joining the Tea Party. “I could no longer sit around and do nothing while my country is being taken over by Marxists. The millennial generation is poorly equipped to understand the conservative view. This is due to a failure on the part of the educational system in America,” Smith said. It was observed that Mr. Smith has obtained an understanding of conservative principles beyond his years. He very effectively dealt with the public as Town Criers made their rounds.

Elementary school students react to Tea Party signs

St. Augustine’s historic St. George Street was filled with many elementary school students, today. The Town Criers were carrying a sign that simply stated, “Obama lies.” This reporter noted that on several occasions, the youngsters responded favorably to the ‘Obama lies’ sign while their teachers appeared to reject the notion.
“It is time to bring the educational system back to parental control and eliminate federal and state interference,” a Town Crier said.

The public overjoyed at the sight of the Tea Party presence

There were a number of occasions today, when the Town Criers were greeted with cheers and applause. One whole trolley car broke out in applause and cheers as it passed by. There were others, though, who challenged the Town Criers by asking them what they were going to do to bring about a change in direction. The answer was, “It is not the Tea Party that is going to bring change. It will be the people, rising up, who must do it. Our job is to awaken America.”

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