James O’Keefe III to Headline Bayshore Tea Party Group’s St. Patrick’s Day Celebration

Fresh off the resignation of NPR top executives, O’Keefe to give a behind the scenes peek.

Middletown, NJ—The Bayshore Tea Party Group is proud to announce its first annual St. Patrick’s Day Celebration, this Thursday, March 17th, 2011 at Ye Cottage Inn in Keyport, NJ. James O’Keefe, the Jersey boy who blew the lid off of the corrupt ACORN racket, will headline the event on the water in Keyport.


O’Keefe most recently exposed National Public Radio (NPR) executinves meeting with prospective donors that may have violated federal law. The tirade O’Keefe caught on film resulted in the resignation of NPR’s President Vivian Schiller.


Prior to the rampage, NPR Foundation President Ron Schiller made it clear to the Country that NPR would be better off without federal funding. Suffice to say, we agree.




Who:     James O’Keefe, III headlines at the Bayshore Tea Party Group

What:   1st Annual St. Patrick’s Day Celebration

Where: Ye Cottage Inn, 149 West Front Street, Keyport, NJ 07735

When: Thursday, March 17th, 2011

                7-9 PM

How:     $50 at the door / $1000 event sponsorship

Noted in Politico as one of the most “prominent” tea party groups in the State of New Jersey and the Country, the Bayshore Tea Party Group is an all-volunteer organization working tirelessly in Monmouth County and New Jersey to implement Constitutional and Conservative policies throughout New Jersey through a variety of channels.




For more information on the Bayshore Tea Party Group, please visit the website at www.bayshoreteaparty.org or find us on the web elsewhere:





Posted: March 14th, 2011 | Author: | Filed under: Bayshore Tea Party Group, James O'Keefe | Tags: , , , | 4 Comments »

4 Comments on “James O’Keefe III to Headline Bayshore Tea Party Group’s St. Patrick’s Day Celebration”

  1. Charles M said at 12:16 am on March 15th, 2011:

    Can’t wait to go!!

  2. Politicalpony said at 2:44 am on March 15th, 2011:

    The members of this group are the salt of the earth. Its more than just a group its a family.

  3. JerryW45 said at 9:56 am on March 15th, 2011:

    AT $50 a head, $15 more than the Affiliated
    Candidates Night Dinner, I’m wondering if O’Keefe is getting paid for this appearance.

  4. Wolf in Sheep's Clothing said at 9:58 am on March 15th, 2011:

    The Westboro Bible folks are a family as well. They too think themselves as the salt of the earth.

    Doesn’t the Bible say the ground gets salted so nothing will ever grow there again?

    Thanks, Political Pony for the cliff-notes explanation of the brain of a tea-bagger. Steeped in salt and, as your screen-name indicates, easily ridden.

    You do realize that no one with an unbrined brain could embrace this petty criminal. Or did you forget his illegal foray into Louisiana Sen. Mary Landrieu’s office for which he was sentenced to a $1500 fine, three years probation and community service. Remember. You are judged by the company you keep.

    Tell me this doesn’t count as community service nor that you’re helping pay this errant child’s “expenses.”