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Imagine how this would have been covered by the media if this had been a Tea Party protest! Imagine how much worse it would have been if the AZ law had been upheld by the judge and went into full effect. Keep in mind, these people are protesting a law they were victorious in defeating!
aw, but Lee, these protesters are fighting for freedom!
Not like the government-hating Tea Partiers!!
(notice how "Government hating" and "freedom fighters" are the same thing, please)
Real quick - The video Lee posted was taken down (for some reason)
Here's a vid showing the stuff.
What I find funny is how the Left is busing in protesters from California. Still it's all to the good. The more the Left tries to manipulate the situation, the more desperate and self-serving they look. Pretty soon real Americans will see them for what they are and start ignoring them. I hope the fringe media is taking note.
Personally I'm waiting until November. It would seem that all of the pollsters in the world can't seem to understand that many of the Tea Party people are part of the 50% that since the end of WW II haven't bothered to vote. Since WW II the 2 political parties have had an easy time of getting elected. 40% of voters went with one party 40% with the other with the final 20% deciding the election.
If you look at total population, you get 20% for one party 20% for the other with only 10% of the population deciding the election. 10% isn't much. It's even less when you consider the number of "independents" who have become supporters of the Tea Party. This is going to totally screw up the algorithms politicians use to predict outcomes. I can't wait to see the expression on the pollster's faces and that of the media after the election.
Sarah Palin. What else needs to be said. That is plenty to refudiate the teabaggers.
What, (aside from yet another foil-hat type conspiracy theory) possible reason could there be for the legitimate media to not show this.
Think it through.
Ron - you are asking these people to think.
I think not.
Violent? What are they throwing, cotton balls? Whatever it is doesn't look like it hurt anyone. I saw something bounce off a cops head and he didn't even flinch.
Out of control yes. Violent?
I watched it three times because I thought I was missing something.
You were misssing something - the 'violent' part.
Like the video of the Congressmen being called names and spit on. Like those videos. What has it been almost half a year or more and still no proof that the Congressmen were not Lying.
Jesse Jackson Jr. filmed the whole thing and there is a $100,000 price on any proof of those allegations.
Isn't how these things always start? Sure they may start out a little out of control, but how soon does it become a lot out of control? It's kinds of like a kid testing the limits you set on them. Ever notice how a kid will do something and then look to see what your reaction is? That's what is going on here. This might not be a big deal, but if it's treated as such, how long will it be before it is a big deal.
Besides have you seen the other side of the debate doing anything similar? I thought we were supposed to be allowed to peaceably assemble. Hell I've seen scumbags like neo-nazis and KKK treated better than this. Sad, sad, sad,
just watch out for the flying t-shirts and cotton balls... those things are murder.
You make jokes but this how things started right before the Civil War. It starts with harmless things, but before you know it you'll get something like the Sumner assault in Congress.
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