TOMORROW -- Bluegrass Tax Liberation Day
On Saturday afternoon, interested groups and individuals from around Kentucky will gather at Applebee's Park in Lexington for Bluegrass Tax Liberation Day.
Bluegrass Tax Liberation Day is designed to be an educational festival to teach citizens about the founding ideas of America and liberty with a focus on protesting the stimulus plan, tax increases and an ever expanding government.
It's like a Fair with games and contests, like guess the weight of the printed federal register and using 'The Pod', (the tennis ball canon from Newton's Attic) to shoot down pork. Games, face painting and music will make for an exciting day in celebration of the freedoms of this country.
Come visit the Kentucky Club for Growth booth and play "Lexington Golf", where the city pays you $8.50 for every round. It is a putting game to draw the public's attention to the fact that the city of Lexington subsidizes its public golf courses over $1.2 million a year (while cutting over 50 police and firefighters in the meantime).
We look forward to seeing you there!