Thursday, April 16, 2009

Teabagging Parties

These "parties" are pretty crazy.



Facsism
n.
1. A system of government marked by centralization of authority under a dictator, stringent socioeconomic controls, suppression of the opposition through terror and censorship, and typically a policy of belligerent nationalism and racism.
2. A political philosophy or movement based on or advocating such a system of government.
2. Oppressive, dictatorial control.

Wow. Some people scare me.

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  1. What a disgrace to reporting... You'd think this was Keith Olbermann carrying a microphone around in there. This is why CNN's ratings will continue to sink.

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  2. You should include this little Gem too.

    What's worse? An American Citizen asserting his right to protest and voice his opinion or a news reporter arguing her political views on the air? Wow. Yeah, down with Fox News. This shit is much more balanced.

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  3. Yeah I think what you're seeing is a reporter tried of being harassed by people she's interviewing.

    And I dont see how she has a political view in this, she was just stating the facts to that apparent expert on Lincoln.

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  4. I don't see that at all. I see a "reporter" that, instead of finding out what the people think, is greeting them with arrogance and contempt and flat-out arguing with them. Yeah, poor little reporter being so abused. If she did her job and provided a neutral REPORT of what was happening she wouldn't have gotten a coarse reaction from these people.

    I went to the Lima party. I don't remember seeing a single picture of Obama on the signs or his name anywhere. In fact, several of them said specifically that the problem was not a republican or democratic problem. It was nothing like this lady is describing. My guess is they found a crowd that was particularly extreme and covered them. Also she mentions Fox backing the rallies, but it was Santelli on CNBC that called for a tea party.

    Same old crap, Fox is ratings king and left wingers hate it because the daily show and colbert report are now surpassing their idols at msnbc and cnn.

    Bleh. More kitty posts plz. lol

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  5. hehe You were a tea bagger.

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  6. Got that right buddy, hehehe. I have found its hard to talk when you're teabagging...

    I love this news war. It's very entertaining.

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  7. I see it as the woman asked the man a question about the sign he was holding. Obviously he wants his sign read and seen, that's why he went through the trouble of making it.

    She asked him a simple question "why do you think the President is a Fascist?" And his response "....."

    He probably should have had an answer to the obvious questions that would've been asked about his sign.

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  9. I guess I was focusing on the rest of the footage where the lady was walking around essentially telling people they were wrong and trying to out-yell them. So long, CNN.

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