Channel 2 News showed up and interviewed tea partiers:
In addition to the Tea Party, the San Jose State University's chapter of CollegeGOP was there:
The woman below had an answer to Hillary's question: "what difference does it make"? The difference depends on whose casket it is:
Other signs walked through other famous moments in Hillary's career. Remember "reset":
Remember Hillary's role in the Vince Foster episode:
Hillary's life also offers important lessons on feminism and women's rights. To aid in discussion of these issues with the young women on the campus, this Tea Partier brought a show-and-tell item: a blue dress.
Off to the side of the protest was a woman with Hillary-in-a-box:
Further away, there was this man in the black hat gathering signatures for MoveToAmend which aims to end corporate personhood:
Speaking of things that upset liberals, take a look at this man:
Molon Labe sweatshirt which depicts an 'assault' rifle while also holding a "don't tread on me" flag.
Here is another answer to the question of "what difference does it make"?
As the protest continued on into the evening, there was also this sign on the war-on-women:
This Tea Party was organized by the Gilroy-Morgan Hill Patriots, with help from Tea Party Patriots of Silicon Valley, the Silicon Valley 9-12 Project, and the Bay Area Patriots/SF Tea Party.
Tonight's event is part of four-day three-state speaking tour. ABC News reports:
Clinton’s tour kicks off Tuesday in California where she’ll deliver a keynote at a large marketing summit in San Francisco. Later that day, she’ll pop up to Portland, Ore., to headline the World Affairs Council of Oregon’s annual International Speaker series.According to the New York Times, Hillary charges $200,000 per speech. So, ABC speculates that she might be paid $1 million over these four days. Standing by her man has paid off.
She’ll stop by Las Vegas Thursday where she will give closing remarks at a scrap metal recycling expo (and also likely draw attention from politicos taking note of her first appearance in an early primary state this year).