Sunday, September 13, 2009

Wanna Bet?

Not taking people seriously is one way to motivate others who were previously quiet.

Thank you Mr. Axelrod.
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Axelrod Says 'Tea Party' Protesters Are 'Wrong'

White House senior adviser David Axelrod says that the demonstrations in Washington, D.C., Saturday do not represent the views
of the broader public when it comes to health care reform. 

The White House has a message to the tens of thousands of protesters who railed against big government during a rally in
Washington Saturday: You're wrong. 

White House senior adviser David Axelrod said Sunday that the protesters, part
of the "tea party" movement, do not represent the views of the broader public when it comes to health care reform. 

don't think it's indicative of the nation's mood," Axelrod said on CBS' "Face the Nation." "You know, I don't think we ought
to be distracted by that. My message to them is, they're wrong." 

Axelrod suggested Sunday
that the more over-the-top demonstrations were representative of a minority view -- the kind exhibited at some town hall meetings
over the summer. 

they're not representative of the majority
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Saturday, September 12, 2009

How Will MSM Report THIS?

It will either be ignored, rejected or ridiculed. Does anyone really think that the Obamaites will be fair or objective?
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WASHINGTON – Tens of thousands of protesters fed up with government spending marched to the U.S. Capitol on Saturday, showing their disdain for the president's health care plan with slogans such as "Obamacare makes me sick" and "I'm not your ATM."

The line of protesters clogged several blocks near the Capitol, according to the D.C. Homeland Security and Emergency Management Agency. Demonstrators chanted "enough, enough" and "We the People." Others yelled "You lie, you lie!" and "Pelosi has to go," referring to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif.

Throngs of people waved U.S. flags and held signs reading "Go Green Recycle Congress" and "Obama Bin Lyin.'" Men wore colonial costumes as they listened to speakers who warned of "judgment day" — Election Day 2010.

Armey and other speakers directed their ire at Pelosi — Armey took a photo, telling the crowd he wanted to be able to prove to her they were there.

images of Martin Luther King Jr. and Obama
"He had a dream, we got a nightmare."
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Wednesday, September 02, 2009

So Now I'm A Terrorist... wow.

Read the entire article - unless you are so totally in the pocket of the liberal left as to no longer think for yourself, you should be outraged.

I know I am.
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Obama’s Team Crosses the Rhetorical Line

(Update: The website cited below has been suspended by  The screenshot to the right is the original page, but the embedded links will no longer work. Click on the picture to the right for a full-screen view.)

Today, President Obama’s campaign organization “Organizing for America” sent out a notice to its “grassroots” supporters. It asked them to wage a coordinated phone campaign for health care by calling their U.S. Senators on September 11 – also known as Patriot Day in honor of the thousands of Americans killed by Al Qaeda terrorists eight years ago. It goes on: “All 50 States are coordinating in this – as we fight back against our own Right-Wing Domestic Terrorists who are subverting the American Democratic Process, whipped to a frenzy by their Fox Propaganda Network ceaselessly re-seizing power for their treacherous leaders.” Please read that again.

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