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Occupy Occupy D.C. Gets Noisy

Join the National Center’s “Occupy Occupy D.C.” team on Tuesday the 21st as it retakes Washington, D.C.’s Freedom Plaza yet again — this time to enlist the support of D.C. drivers in sending a message to our leaders about high taxes.

At noontime, expect the decibel level near D.C.’s city hall and the White House to rise sharply as the National Center encourages drivers sick of high taxes to honk their horns in disapproval.

This particular activism harkens back to 1990, when the National Center brought the White House press corps out of the press room when staff and supporters caused mass honking on Pennsylvania Avenue (still open to traffic at that time) in protest of President George H.W. Bush’s flip-flop on new taxes.

Will they hear us again tomorrow?  Most definitely!

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