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11/5/09

Tea Party Express stops in Lubbock

By Katie Bauer  - bio | email

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) - It's day 12 of the Tea Party Express National Bus Tour and it just made a stop at the Lubbock County Courthouse.

The tour will feature leaders in the anti-tax, conservative, and tea party movement. Lubbock is the 25th stop for the Tea Party Express.

The rallies started last week in San Diego, California and will end in Orlando, Florida, all in 19 days. The message the Tea Party Express wants to get across is to stop the bailouts, cap and trade, out of control spending, government run healthcare, and higher taxes.

This tour comes one year before the November 2010 elections and the Tea Party Express says this will serve as a "Countdown to Judgment Day" for some elected officials. 

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