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Tea Party members prepare for Tax Day protest

Bonita Springs resident Shirley Smith, 75, creates a protest sign with other local members of the Tea Party and SWFL 9.12 Project at Veterans Community Park on Saturday, Aprl 10, 2010, in Naples. The group prepared for the April 15 Tax Day protest at the corner of US 41 and Pine Ridge Road. David Albers/Staff

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Bonita Springs resident Shirley Smith, 75, creates a protest sign with other local members of the Tea Party and SWFL 9.12 Project at Veterans Community Park on Saturday, Aprl 10, 2010, in Naples. The group prepared for the April 15 Tax Day protest at the corner of US 41 and Pine Ridge Road. David Albers/Staff

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  • Naples resident Carole Rutter adds another protest sign to a collection while designing them with other local members of the Tea Party and SWFL 9.12 Project at Veterans Community Park on Saturday, Aprl 10, 2010, in Naples. The group prepared for the April 15 Tax Day protest at the corner of US 41 and Pine Ridge Road. David Albers/Staff
  • Naples residents Ile Ramos paints protest signs with other local members of the Tea Party and SWFL 9.12 Project at Veterans Community Park on Saturday, Aprl 10, 2010, in Naples. The group prepared for the April 15 Tax Day protest at the corner of US 41 and Pine Ridge Road. David Albers/Staff
  • Local members of the Tea Party and the SWFL 9.12 Project create protest signs at Veterans Community Park on Saturday, Aprl 10, 2010, in Naples. The group prepared for the April 15 Tax Day protest at the corner of US 41 and Pine Ridge Road. David Albers/Staff
  • Bonita Springs resident Shirley Smith, 75, creates a protest sign with other local members of the Tea Party and SWFL 9.12 Project at Veterans Community Park on Saturday, Aprl 10, 2010, in Naples. The group prepared for the April 15 Tax Day protest at the corner of US 41 and Pine Ridge Road. David Albers/Staff
  • Naples residents Ile Ramos, left, and Carole Rutter talk politics while creating protest signs with other local members of the Tea Party and SWFL 9.12 Project at Veterans Community Park on Saturday, Aprl 10, 2010, in Naples. The group prepared for the April 15 Tax Day protest at the corner of US 41 and Pine Ridge Road. David Albers/Staff
  • Naples residents Terri Parr, Ile Ramos and Carole Rutter, left to right, discuss recent politics while creating protest signs with other local members of the Tea Party and SWFL 9.12 Project at Veterans Community Park on Saturday, Aprl 10, 2010, in Naples. The group prepared for the April 15 Tax Day protest at the corner of US 41 and Pine Ridge Road. David Albers/Staff
  • Naples residents Kerrie Chobot, left, and Terri Parr give a final approval to a protest sign they created during a meeting with other local members of the Tea Party and SWFL 9.12 Project at Veterans Community Park on Saturday, Aprl 10, 2010, in Naples. The group prepared for the April 15 Tax Day protest at the corner of US 41 and Pine Ridge Road. David Albers/Staff
  • Naples residents Ile Ramos, left, and Carole Rutter create protest signs with other local members of the Tea Party and SWFL 9.12 Project at Veterans Community Park on Saturday, Aprl 10, 2010, in Naples. The group prepared for the April 15 Tax Day protest at the corner of US 41 and Pine Ridge Road. David Albers/Staff
  • Naples resident Rebekah Hill chats with other local members of the Tea Party and SWFL 9.12 Project while making protest signs at Veterans Community Park on Saturday, Aprl 10, 2010, in Naples. The group prepared for the April 15 Tax Day protest at the corner of US 41 and Pine Ridge Road. David Albers/Staff

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