Monday, October 26, 2009


On Sunday October 25th, the boisterous 'Tea Party' movement came to Geauga County thanks to Tammy Roesch and the group 'G.O.O.O.H.' (Get Out Of Our House)

Founder Tim Cox, of Texas, explained that the mission of G.O.O.O.H. is to completely evict the current 435 members of our US House of Representatives.

The event was hosted by Matt Patrick, a radio personality from Akron's WHLO 640.

Speaking at the rally were Joe 'The Plumber' Wurzelbacher, and Doc Thompson, who both admonished the crowd to take a more active role in local politics.

Dignitaries in attendance included Tim & Diane Grendell, Sharon Gingerich, and Chardon City Councilperson Mary M. Bramstedt.

The Geauga County Fairgrounds in Burton, Ohio

Joe 'The Plumber' Wurzelbacher promoted his book before the event

A creative sign that spotlighted House Speaker Nancy Pelosi

A stand for literature from Lyndon LaRouche, well-known as a perennial figure on the fringe of American politics

Joe 'The Plumber' Wurzelbacher addressed those in attendance about the need for citizen action

From left: Event Host Matt Patrick of WHLO 640; Joe Wurzelbacher

G.O.O.O.H. founder Tim Cox, of Texas

Chardon City Councilperson Mary M. Bramstedt attended the rally as an enthusiastic supporter of political reform

Joe Wurzelbacher's book was available at a table manned by the author himself

Doc Thompson from WRVA, frequent guest host on Glenn Beck's radio program

G.O.O.O.H. literature from the event

Political opinions vary widely across the state of Ohio. But events like the Burton 'Tea Party' indicate that the rowdy traditions of American democracy are alive and well.


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