The tea party movement has been spreading, but most anti-tax/deficit/grotesque spending rallies have been relatively small. That may be changing, though. This photo of today’s rally in Cincinnati, taken from a 17th-story window overlooking Fountain Square, is really impressive. I can’t estimate the crowd, but there appear to be thousands of people participating; click to enlarge:
Via Tea Party Central, InstaPundit.
UPDATE: The Cincinnati Enquirer covers the rally:
Thousands of people filled Fountain Square this afternoon for the Cincinnati Tea Party, a grassroots-effort designed to show their disapproval for bailouts and the massive federal stimulus plan. People wore Revolution-era costumes and raised anti-bailout signs with messages like “Give us Liberty, not debt” and “No more bailouts.” …
The rally at Fountain Square was one of dozens staged across the country.