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Friday, September 25, 2009
TEA Party Protest Round-Up 09-25
For months now we've seen TEA Party protests of thousands of people and townhalls filled with hundreds of people that were relatively peaceful.
Certainly voices were raised and names were occasionally called, but very little violence (and that was primarily pro-Obama thugs bashing on folks who dared to question Dear Leader's policies). Yet the TEA Party and Townhall folks got called "angry mobs" and "racists" by the media.
So now we see how the Left protests, in America during the G-20 meeting and in Chicago, and how the media covers it... Compare and contrast.
US police fire tear gas at G20 protesters I'm sorry could someone please remind me when US police forces fired tear gas at a TEA Party Protest? WHEN!?! Your freedom of speech right doesn't give you right to behave like thugs and criminals.