Monday, May 3, 2010

May Day "peaceful protests" and NY "stalled car"

How is it that the Tea Party can get riot police called on them for singing "God Bless America" and the so-called "May Day" Marchers can parade through the streets breaking windows, throwing paint bombs, and spraying graffiti on the walls and none of it is on the main street media? I am absolutely appalled (though not surprised) that these people holding anti-American pictures depicting the Governor of Arizona Jan Brewer as Adolf Hitler and Sheriff Joe Arpio as a Klan member. Despicable. Had the Tea party done something like that with Obama or Reid or Pelosi... well The Tea party would never do that. They continue to take it all in stride. The abuse from the democrats, the media, the president. Could you imagine President Bush saying something negative about a grass-roots movement? A person in Iraq threw 2 shoes at Bush, and President Bush (after ducking) let the guy ask a question. Could you imagine Obama doing that? The answer people is no. We are dealing with a class-less person who has only one thing on his mind. Pushing forward his own agenda.

So this weekend I was busy working with the Wife and was unable to watch or listen to the news. This morning as I was getting ready for work, I saw on the news the "Man made disaster attempt". (laughter) Two things struck me as I watched the coverage. 1. Holy Crap, did we get lucky. 2. close the damn border. How many times does New York have to get hit before we do something about it? I also heard that they were looking for a middle aged white man. Since all of the middle aged white men are tea Party followers, it made sense they wuld throw that out there. (pathetic)

The events this weekend have proven yet again, that we need to take our national security seriously. While I was glad to see the protesters out there, (there were tens of tens of them!) most of them acted ridiculously immature. If there was a Mexican-American problem with the new law, well lets just say I find it very hard to believe that they would stand next to the people protesting without a "I'm with stupid" T-shirt.

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