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Published on Oct 27, 2009
SAN DIEGO, CA -- A group of ultra-rich protesters pulled up in their stretch limo and joined the festivities as the Tea Party Express kicked off its national tour in San Diego, California on Sunday, October 25, 2009.
The group, which reportedly consisted of individuals made incredibly rich on US health care industry profits, made dozens of new friends among the throngs of tea party attendees and even earned a shout-out from one of the event's organizers.
The signs waved by the well-off protesters opposed health care reform and encouraged Congress and the public to continue putting a priority on protecting the interests of health care industry profiteers. "Thanks to all of the average folks who put our profits ahead of their own interests by opposing health care reform," said Diana Von Death Panel, a member of the group. "Keep the tea parties coming!"
For more information on the Billionaires' heavily-funded campaign, visit BillionairesForWealthCare.com