Tuesday, December 13, 2005

The New Orleans Tea Party

The following is another example of good out-of-the-box thinking that is arising out of the American Government's neglect for her own citizens...

New Orleans Loyalists:

It is time for New Orleans to seize its assets. It is time to demand, by way of river blockades, high percentages of oil and gas revenues resulting from our land and coastline and from the transportation of our resources through OUR section of the Mississippi River, by way of OUR port. It is time to claim Eminent DOMAIN for the section of the Mississippi River which is bordered on both sides by Orleans Parish.

It is time to make the historic Boston Tea Party merely a white glove affair. For the NEW ORLEANS FLOAT(ING) PARTY lets wear boxing gloves instead. NEW ORLEANS existed before it was part of the United States. It can do so again. Gentle Readers, it is time for revolt. And we hold the cards.

I propose that all those in possession of a boat of any kind, a float of any kind, an innovative barge of any kind join me in a blockade of the Mississippi River under the twin spans on Sunday, December 18th. Bring ropes to hook our sails together and anchor to the bridge pilings as one united blockade.

Please sign up for the NEW ORLEANS FLOAT(ing) PARTY.

Daughter of New Orleans

I am certainly not advocating armed revolt by posting this... but heck Key West or the Conch Republic as they are now known, got what it wanted by standing together in a unified voice for all the world to see.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

it was sad on monday night football when the announcers were wondering why the saints, struggling to put some points on the board in the face of a certain loss, would not give up. it seemed like they were urging them to...like it was a microcosm of some of the attitudes i have read about in the articles related to this blog.

just my 2 cents


4:22 PM, December 13, 2005  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

tag I read this and all I could say was Helll Yeah... I wish I could be there..

11:55 PM, December 13, 2005  

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