March 23, 2010
Their Motto Is “Don’t Tread On Me”…
until they actually need health care — in this instance, the exact same as members of Congress get.
Although Chip Somodevilla's pic is four months old, I like it today — with all the bill signing hoopla — for the "Tea Party as Humpty Dumpty" vibe.
This photo is part of Chip Somodevilla's first prize-winning set in the Political Portfolio category of this year's White House New Photographers Association "Eyes of History" awards. caption: A man who collapsed during a rally protesting the health care bill at the West Front of the U.S. Captiol is cared for by paramedics from the Office of the Attending Physician November 5, 2009 in Washington, DC.
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