"That's good," said Sun City's Mary Kay Montgomery as she looked at Hilton Head Islander John Giles' protest sign. The two were part of a group of about 30 people from the Low Country American Dream Council, which is sponsored by Moveon.org to counter the Tea Party movement, who protested outside the Beaufort office of U.S. Rep. Joe Wilson on Wednesday morning. "This is my first time doing this, but I've been pushed over the edge," Montgomery said. "I don't see giving these tax breaks to the wealthy when police officers, firemen and teachers are losing their jobs."
"That's good," said Sun City's Mary Kay Montgomery as she looked at Hilton Head Islander John Giles' protest sign. The two were part of a group of about 30 people from the Low Country American Dream Council, which is sponsored by Moveon.org to counter the Tea Party movement, who protested outside the Beaufort office of U.S. Rep. Joe Wilson on Wednesday morning. "This is my first time doing this, but I've been pushed over the edge," Montgomery said. "I don't see giving these tax breaks to the wealthy when police officers, firemen and teachers are losing their jobs." Jay Karr, the Island Packet
"That's good," said Sun City's Mary Kay Montgomery as she looked at Hilton Head Islander John Giles' protest sign. The two were part of a group of about 30 people from the Low Country American Dream Council, which is sponsored by Moveon.org to counter the Tea Party movement, who protested outside the Beaufort office of U.S. Rep. Joe Wilson on Wednesday morning. "This is my first time doing this, but I've been pushed over the edge," Montgomery said. "I don't see giving these tax breaks to the wealthy when police officers, firemen and teachers are losing their jobs." Jay Karr, the Island Packet

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