Saturday, March 20, 2010

sticks&stones

Since the Tea Party protests began, liberals have disparaged and vilified American citizens who did nothing more than peacefully assemble to exercise their right to free speech. In their crude efforts to both stop the debate and belittle those attempting to have it, they immaturely labeled those protesting with a vulgar term. The mainstream media relished being able to get away with dirty jokes on air, left leaning blogs found a new buzzword, and a Senator even used the word to describe a candidate from the opposing party.

So after months of referring to their fellow Americans as "teabaggers," liberals (still staying true to form, bless their hearts*) are now accusing them of namecalling.

But guess what - IT NEVER HAPPENED.


*can't win a debate with someone? Call them a racist. Or a bigot. Or a homophobe.

8 comments:

Ken said...

NBC was still peddling the claim on Today this morning.

They won't stop on their own hook, you know.

Anton said...

With Stupak's collapse, passage of the Democrats' government medicine bill is assured. This is a dark day in American history; one of the darkest.

I've never been prouder to be a Republican. The party's Congressional leaders have fought this battle to the end on behalf of the American people--with intelligence, toughness, persistence and good humor. The contrast between the parties has never been starker than in today's debate. If any intelligent Democrats were watching--there must be some left--they had to be embarrassed for their party.

The health care debate has energized the conservative movement and awoken the sleeping giant, that is, the American people. The Democrats misinterpreted their electoral victories in 2006 and 2008 as a mandate for socialism. Now a majority of voters are intent on disabusing them of that misapprehension. Just about all of the political energy today is on the right--a remarkable fact, only sixteen months after the Democrats' high-water mark in November 2008.

Barack Obama has used his political capital--pretty much all of it--on unpopular legislation that will continue to rile the voters for years to come. As a result, Obama is a remarkably unpopular second-year President. And he hasn't even experienced any bad luck yet. It is hard to see how he will be able to regain his footing.

Mad Saint Jack said...

I can now add Dana Loesch to the list of links I don't need to send you because you already saw it.

Scotty said...

Apparently this(me) racist, biggoted, white, pig wants to cheat everyone, make the rich, richer and the poor, poorer......

Wait a minute, I have been working on my taxes.......I don't make a GAZILLION dollars! Why then, pre tell, do I not want Obamacare? I mean if you listen to the media, everyone wants it.......

Maybe because every once in a while folks actually read the Constitution and glean a few things from it....things like "Freedom OF Religion" not Freedom FROM Religion, a little and irrelavent item called the 2nd Amendment....

Here's a revelation, I never saw the right to healthcare in there, not once.

Come election, I am going to HELP anyone who opposes my current congresscreep.

Check out opencongress.org. My congresscreep has a 33.9% rating, votes along party lines 97% of the time, and abstains 2% of the time, so my question to all of ya'll is...

Why the heck do we even have representatives with track records like that?

They obviously represent their party, not their constituents.

book said...

不勞而獲的事情,並沒有價值 ..................................................

Skip said...

Our Rep. [R] Devan Nunes was on the south side of the Capitol when the Black Caucus folks and the Tea Party folks [3,000] met.
He said they taunted the Teas as did some Dems.
He did NOT hear the N word.

Kristopher said...

They are going to wish it was just name calling.

People are starting to throw bricks through the office windows of democrats.

Kristopher said...

Can you heare me now?