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Viguerie at Tea Party Rally: 'A biblical size tsunami wave is coming this November'

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Viguerie at Tea Party Rally:  'A tsunami wave is coming'
Culpeper Star-Exponent - Richard Viguerie spoke at the Constitutional Tea Party rally yesterday in Culpeper, Virginia, where he boldly predicted that a 'tsunami wave' will sweep out the Democrats in November, leaving a great chance for conservatives to change the  direction of the country - but it will take new leadership in the Republican Party in order to truly take advantage of the opportunity.  "In my opinion, the number one need America has is for new leadership and that's going to come from the Tea Party movement. We need everybody to stay involved," Viguerie said.

Richard Viguerie:  Tea Parties are the ones we've been waiting for
Washington Times - Richard Viguerie believes that the Tea Parties are an unfettered new force that now comprises the fourth leg of the conservative movement, one we've been waiting for.  "God may have given America one last chance to restore the vision of our Founding Fathers and empower citizens over their government," Viguerie said.

The Obamacare Inquisition Is On Hold... For Now -- Businesses and practitioners are still weighing the impact of Obamacare, but Michelle Malkin warns though House Democrat Henry Waxman isn't done putting pressure on those speaking up on the impact Obama's health care package will have on their enterprises.

Federal Judge Rules Day of Prayer Unconstitutional
FOX News -- Congress set the day in 1952, yet a group of atheists and agnostics in Madison, WI have succeeded in federal court in striking down the inter-denominational National Day of Prayer.

A Conservative Challenger in Michigan to a GOP Congressman
American Thinker (blog) - Matthew May highlights a congressional race in Michigan where a conservative challenger (Jack Hoogendyk) has stood up to run against RINO Rep. Fred Upton.  Upton seems proud of his record of cooperating with Democrats on Big Government legislation, and May says it's time for conservatives to vote him out.

Tea Party Crash Fizzles Out
Politico - Thursday's Tea Party rallies were notable for the masses of 'ordinary' Americans who turned out to protest Big Government, but they were also noteworthy for the absence of violence or bigotry that liberals had been accusing Tea Party members of supporting since the beginning. 

Who Wins in 2010? Good Luck Reading Tea Leaves
Washington Examiner - Byron York observed a Tea Party rally in Washington yesterday, where the people he talked with represented a wide variety of backgrounds - and political views.  York says the Tea Partiers were upset with both parties, which makes predicting the results of the upcoming elections difficult at best.

Is There Any Republican Who Isn't Competitive Against Obama?
Weekly Standard (blog) - Recent polls have revealed that any Republican challenger is likely to have a chance to defeat Pres. Obama in 2012, and the passage of Obamacare has not removed the vulnerability from his political standing as Obama believed it would.

Kudlow: America's Constitutional Revolt -- Larry Kudlow talks about how the Tea Party generated "Contract From America" picks up where Reaganism left off.

Federal Judge Rules Day of Prayer Unconstitutional
FOX News - The end result of placing liberals on the federal bench is rulings like the one from Judge Barbara Crabb, who recently declared that a presidentially proclaimed 'national day of prayer' violates the U.S. Constitution.

If Crist Dumps GOP, GOP Should Dump NRSC's Chief Strategist Rob Jesmer - It's common knowledge that  the National Republican Senatorial Committee's chief strategist (Rob Jesmer) is no friend to conservatives, and his decisions have cost committee donors millions of dollars by backing wishy-washy RINO candidates like Gov. Charlie Crist over promising conservatives in many races.  If Crist ends up leaving the GOP (as is rumored), Jesmer should be out the door with him.

Tea Parties Rally Around Nation on Tax Day, Vowing Independence From Major Parties
Newsmax - American citizens came out in large numbers yesterday to attend local Tea Party rallies, including one in Washington, D.C. - where noticeably absent from the list of invited speakers were the Republican leaders of the House and Senate.

FOX Pulls Hannity From Tea Party Rally -- With 13,000 in attendance for a Cincinnati Tea Party rally, FOX News pulls conservative talk-show host Sean Hannity at the last minute.

24 Hour Party People -- David Harsanyi makes the case that Tea Partiers are less radical than the government in Washington or the media makes them out to be.