Sunday, September 13, 2009

Million Maniac March


Don't these people have a conscience or any sense at all of despicable behavior? These are
the people who didn't want their children to hear the President of the United States speak to them about staying in school, studying, and striving for success, yet they put signs in their hands and ideas in their heads that are deplorable and hateful. You know, it's possible to disagree without being disagreeable. As much as the people who hated everything George W. Bush stood for and said, they never did anything like this. The news didn't even report protests against the Bush administration. Anyone who disagreed with him wasn't allowed in his rallies or events. These "protestors" are as bad as the Westboro Baptist Church and are possibly some of the same people.

Some of this borders on treason and some of it is. Why aren't they arrested? Threats against the President is a serious offense. Why are they being allowed to do it now? This is wrong.

Free Republic founder Jim Robinson attended today's "anti-Obamacare" rally in Washington DC on his Medicaid-provided wheelchair. Robinson does not know the meaning of irony. Source

11 comments:

Eric Arvin said...

It's just so insane out there, isn't it? I don't even turn on CNN anymore.

Bucko (a.k.a., Ken) said...

It is a shame that folks don't do some research instead of listening to the radio talking heads.

frogponder said...

I knew some folks who absolutely hated Bush and someone coined the phrase Bush Derangement Syndrome. But this protest seems scary to me. And the signs... - just so discouraging.
One of my hot button issues is bringing children into political fights - I think it is very irresponsible and bad parenting.
I've always been a political junky but I've lost heart lately.

Ms. Moon said...

Honesstly, I think it's what I said about racism. These people cannot abide a black man leading our country. It's hateful and it's insane.

David Dust said...

If these people were so afraid of "Socialism", they should be forced to send their children to private schools. After all, these idiots think that everything the government does is inefficient and evil - so let them pay to have their kids educated.

Beth said...

I believe that these people think they have more influence than they actually do. I think this is a very vocal minority, but those of us who think differently far outnumber them. Take heart...all is not lost. Hugs, Beth

Snowbrush said...

Such a vicious poster...so little understanding.

Wonder Man said...

This is crazy and sad

lelocolon said...

The ones I love are the ones in wheel chair. Precious, I bet you that their Hoverounds were paid by the government. Lets asked them to give them back.

Sarcastic Bastard said...

That was ironic all right. I am in agreement with you on this.

Thanks for stopping by my blog. Have a good week.

Love, SB.

Joy said...

I'm going to watch BBC-America news and listening to NPR exclusively for a while. I'm tired of being upset so much.