If you were near Forsythe Park today you may have noticed several hundred people gathered there. It wasn't a drop-off point for tax returns. It was, in fact, a tax day tea party in protest of over-taxation. It's no coincidence it all happened on tax-day. April 15 sent most of the Ark-La-Miss rushing to get their taxes filed to Uncle Sam. But, several hundred rushed to the tea party near the banks of the Ouachita River, so Uncle Sam would hear their concerns. Organizers of the protest say that taxes are just the tip of the ice-berg. Nell Bradley, a retired nurse, organized the event. She says when she completed nurses training in the 60's, her salary was 2 hundred dollars. "I took home $178,” explained Bradley. “That's how low taxes were. A loaf of bread was 19 cents. Look where it is today. Something's got to turn around. It's the way I feel." That's why she organized the tea party. While the Ouachita River may already have its own distinct taste, attendees of today's tea party gave it a bit more flavoring. They dumped tea into the river in protest of high taxes. "We're concerned citizens about the spending the bail-outs, the Obama budget, the amnesty, for the immigrants and of the way Congress is acting,” continued Bradley. “That's our objection, not just the taxes.” But a national Gallop poll just released shows that taxes are a concern of only half of Americans. But, that is not good enough for those attending the party.