The once strong Democratic action rally’s and protectors seem to have diminished since the election. Democrats are having real trouble getting out folks on the issues. The recent Impeach or Resign Sanford Rally had an estimated 30 protectors and this rally had four folks. Comparatively the Tea Party Movement on the right has been getting responses in the thousands. Michelle Malkin is calling it, “Soros-bots fail again”
By Michelle Malkin • July 10, 2009 06:00 PM
Here’s your headline of the day:
Only four show up for health care rally
TUPELO – A health care rally drew only four people to U.S. Sen. Roger Wicker’s office Thursday.
Sponsored by MoveOn, a national public policy advocacy organization, the rally was intended to support expanded health care for the poor.
Organizer James Hull said 100 e-mail invitations were sent but wasn’t surprised by the turnout.
Hull said the location had nothing to do with Wicker personally. “It is not a protest for or against him,” Hull said. “It’s from his desk that this dialogue will have to proceed.”
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