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Teabagger protesters who went to Washington last weekend expected the government to drive them to their little anti-government rally.

"These individuals came all the way from Southeast Texas to protest the excessive spending and growing government intrusion by the 111th Congress and the new Obama administration," Brady wrote. "These participants, whose tax dollars were used to create and maintain this public transit system, were frustrated and disappointed that our nation's capital did not make a great effort to simply provide a basic level of transit for them."

A spokesman for Brady says that "there weren't enough cars and there weren't enough trains." Brady tweeted as much from the Saturday march. "METRO did not prepare for Tea Party March! More stories. People couldn't get on, missed start of march. I will demand answers from Metro," he wrote on Twitter.

Brady says in his letter to Metro that overcrowding forced an 80-year-old woman and elderly veterans in wheelchairs to pay for cabs. He concludes that it "appears that Metro added no additional capacity to its regular weekend schedule."

Why didn't these red-blooded advocates of capitalism and personal responsibility just buy cars when they got to DC?

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