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by Why, Amador Estates,
on Aug 25, 2012
My goodness. The RNC will have to do in Tampa what we did in St. Paul in 2008. In this respect, the pseudo-global warming storm manufactured by the liberal left-wing mainstream press might be used to our advantage. Martial law will have to be declared; and a curfew will need to be imposed that keeps all Bay area Tampons off the sidewalks after sundown. You want to protest? Then you are looking at jail time. Consider this a dress rehearsal for what I'll do once elected president.
Mitt -- He's our guy. If cutting their hair while taunting them doesn't do the trick, then by golly the police and nat'l guard will have to be called. Tropical storm indeed!
i wonder if mr. crash 'n burn plans to make an appearance at the R convention? Web Link
hahahahahahahahahahahahah...what a joke!!!
rumor has it that Marcus Bachmann + Larry Craig plan to make the rounds at the convention!
check out who else plans to hit the convention Web Link:
occupy = 99%
(occupy stands for all people who think the 1% have too much power)
occupy <> DEM party
Pelosi <> occupy
(occupy is a movement, not a political party, not DEM, not GOP)
formal spokesperson <>occupy
(occupy has no formal spokespeople)
Breitbart <> occupy
(Members of the press are not spokespeople)
occupy occupies RNC + occupy occupies DNC
Don't believe it? Web Link
Senator Craig worked for the mitt in the past!
Sounds like cholo has been spending way too much time trolling public bathrooms. I bet you have the secret code down now, eh, cholo?
To the occupy defender above, a little dissension once in a while is a good thing. That's how the Tea Party got their start.
The differences and some of of the characteristics of the occupiers you failed to details are:
They appear with anarchists at most of their 'rallies' and destroy public property and businesses, injure bystanders and police and generally promote pointless chaos.
In fact, the Occupy Movement Says ‘Violence Will Be Necessary to Achieve Our Goals’
Don't believe it?: Web Link
Excellent thinking, Mr. Liberalism. And as a Tea Party advocate, I'm sure you denounce the destructive behavior that was inflicted upon capitalists' privately owned goods at the Boston Tea Party, yes?
You don't have to answer, of course. Unless you have an answer....
Mitt -- Whose companies never, ever inflicted violence on the child laborers they exploited, er, employed, heh-heh, overseas.
Mittens, I do believe the statute of limitations has run out on the behavior you cited. However, if you can find any tea partiers still alive from that era, feel free to turn them in for prosecution.
I'm sure obamas injustice dept would be happy to lynch a few old, white folks.
My question didn't pertain to the legality of the Boston Tea Party, or whether those, now all deseased (not diseased as you're probably reading this), are no longer culpable, nor can they be prosecuted. My question was whether you are prepared to denounce the Boston Tea Party for its violence against property owners. I see you're not able to work past all the hateful vitriol that is clogged up between you ears. Sorry to have expected anything more than you are capable of offering.
On the other hand (!), I sure am pleased the way you use that word 'lynch'. I'll have to have my good old boys find a way to introduce that into our campaign lexicon.
Mitt -- A successful business who has avoided paying taxes. Always first at the table, and the rest of you can gnaw on his leftovers.
i guess the rebubs have their hands full with a hurricane! tee hee
I can't condone violence against property owners in Boston or in Oakland by the Occupy Movement. The current Tea Party doesn't need to resort to violence to get their message out; however, the spoiled brats in Occupy are starved for attention and very insecure, hence the violence in today's protests by the ineffectual leftists.
I'm still waiting to hear some "hateful vitriol that is clogged up between you ears". You all havin a lynchin' mittens?
So, you condemn the tactics deployed in one of the most significant events in U.S. history? My goodness, what kind of a patriot are you?
And yet you have no awareness of the violence behind references to 'lynchin'? You do like using such terms, don't you? That is an example of the clogged up vitriol oozing out of you. Gives you a certain perverse satisfaction, doesn't it? Well, I'm here to tell you you could do our party proud. Are you on facebook? No? Oh, the funny guy with the sheet over his head? Like I say, you're our kind of guy!
Mitt -- Never one to play the race card, but only too happy to refer to Obama's birther fraud, his pampering of welfare chiselers, and his non-American policies.
Sounds like you've got more than vitriol clogging up the works there, mittens. Careful, you'll stain the sheets.
The Boston Tea Party was a political protest against the British government and the company that controlled "all" the tea coming to the colonist. They were protesting their believe that they could only be taxed by their representative local elected government. In other harbors the shipments of tea had been successfully turned away, but in Boston, the British governor refused to allow the tea to be returned to England. This was a significant event in the eventual American Revolution. Which created the country we currently reside in and live by OUR constitution. (well at least most of us live and believe in it)
But then again, anyone who wants to compare or equate this event to current events is grasping at straws.
"This is what the Democrat party has become."
What a bunch of garbage. I am a life-long Democrat. I do not admire the current incarnation of the Occupy movement. Typical of the right wing and tea party, twist & twist words and efforts by others until they suit the right.
as a former democrat from a family of democrats, do you not understand that the current democrats are intent on ...
- destroying the private sector and replacing it with their form of socialism/marxism/communism?
- trashing our US Constitution to replace it with totalitarian rule?
- eliminating our private property rights
- taking away the rights of the individual to replace it with collectivism
- reducing America's military strength
- further reducing our domestic energy sources
and on and on...
wake up before it is too late. actually, it may already be too late. the only prescription to turn America around is decades of conservatives in power...and i am not sure this will be enough. i am very. pessimistic about the future for this generation and future generations thanks to how the democrats (and some rinos) have left them massive debts.
how come mr. liberal disease is such a disturbed person?
just sayin!...take your pills...especially the big orange and yellow ones...just sayin'
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