Hundreds of thousands of protesters showed up at a second round of "tea parties" over the Fourth of July weekend.
The rallies condemned what they call "out of control government spending" and high taxes.
People held signs rejecting what they call "Tyranny" and "Socialism" coming from the White House.
Joe Wurzelbacher, who became known as "Joe the Plumber" during hte election campaign" attend a rally in San Antonio, Texas.
"If you talk to enough people, you're going to come across Democrats who are out here just along the Republicans, conservatives, and even liberal," he said. "It's not just a right-wing movement. It's an American movement and that's what it's got to be."
Meanwhile, former Secretary of State Colin Powell says he's worried President Obama is trying to tackle too many big issues at one time.
Powell says the President has to start taking a "hard look" at the cost of everything he wants to do.
The former general is a Republican, but endorsed Obama in the race for the White House.