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Posted on Dec 15, 2009 in Across the US, Activism, Beltway Politics, Congress, Conservatism, DC Life, Economy, Ideology, Issues, News, Spending

Coverage from the Code Red Rally

Unfortunately, I wasn’t able to make it to the ‘Code Red Rally’ in Washington, DC today, however I have been following it closely. To help anyone looking for coverage of the event, I’ve put together a small archive of some of the coverage received. If you come across something that I’m missing, simply leave a link in the comments section and I’ll add it as soon as possible.

Links:

Politico: Tea Partiers rally: ‘Kill the bill’

Dakota Voice: Code Red Rally Today Against Gov’t Health Care

The Washington Independent: Nervous About Health Care, Tea Parties Look to 2010

Christian News Wire: Concerned Women for America Joins ‘Code Red’ Rally on Capitol Hill

Courthouse News Service: Right Wingers Dress in Red to Protest Bill

CNN Political Ticker: Dean: Time to ‘kill the Senate bill’

CBS News: Conservatives Rally to “Kill the Bill”

CNN Political Ticker: Conservative ‘Code Red rally’ hits the Hill

The Hill: Tea Party supporters, conservative groups rally outside Capitol

Video Coverage:

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z-L7vuqH6W4[/youtube]

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vpr2i-2vbBo[/youtube]

Photo Coverage:

Congressman Kingston Speaks at Code Red Rally by Congressman Jack Kingston.

Congressman Kingston Speaks at Code Red Rally

Kingston, Temple Interviewed at Code Red Rally by Congressman Jack Kingston.

Congressman Jack Kingston (R-GA) looks on as Mr. William Temple of Brunswick, GA is interviewed by a correspondent from National Public Radio in Washington.

Tea Partiers by JBrazito.

Code Red Protest in DC

descend by JBrazito.

Code Red Protest in DC

on Capitol Hill by JBrazito.

Code Red Protest in DC

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Conservatives rallied in Washington Tuesday to show their opposition to Democrats' plans for health care reform. (Photo Credit: Getty Images)

(AP Photo/Lauren Victoria Burke)

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Connecticut resident Tom Hill poses with a homemade sign. The other side featured a health care message for Sen. Joe Lieberman (I-Conn.). (Photo by David Weigel)