The splash made by yesterday's Tea Parties will mean nothing if we don't soon start planning more such events.
An easy next step, of course, is Saturday's Bluegrass Tax Liberation Day in Lexington.
But to continue to build support for smaller, more efficient, and less intrusive government, we need a game plan for May. And it doesn't have to bear any resemblance to the strategies employed in March or April.
Changing the name of the events may even be a good idea, if only to frustrate a weird point of attack by opponents. The most important points are that a grassroots movement won't build itself and if we don't build bigger and better events, we prove them right.
One idea: holding discussions based on educating friends and formulating strategy on a single issue. My first effort along these lines is an April 23 discussion on school choice at Lexington's Inn on Broadway.
If you'd like to attend, please see my contact information at the top of this page.