Montevideo tea partiers have message for D.C.
MONTEVIDEO -- Carrying signs, flags and even dressed in red, white and blue, some three to four dozen people joined Montevideo's first-ever public tea party Thursday at the busy intersection of highways 212 and 7.
"We want to send a message to Washington that we've had enough," said Lyle Henning, one of the organizers.
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