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Re: Meet the Mob

The right-wing mob, swastika-waving, un-American, tea-bagging.  The Brown Shirts, Brooks Brothers mafia.  Pawns of BIG PHARMA. They are everywhere! The mob will not even let representatives dodge tough questions from their constituents. ( voice of 14 yr old girl–>) Don’t they know that members of Congress have better things to do than elude concerned citizens by hiding out in local hospitals.  Hospitals, like smell weird, … and the people in them are like gross because they are all like sick. It’s so gross! (back to your regular voice)

Look real hard at these pictures and see if you can spot them. (H’tip to Dana L).

Dangerous Mob!

Dangerous Mob!

More hilarious photos at the link.

I have found their leader.  He’s cunning, dangerous and has managed to infiltrate a town-hall without being noticed, he’s probably a sleeper cell for those right-wing extremist groups that DHS warned us about.   Worst of all, he’s got that “fishy” look.   I have definitely seen his face at the post office.

Right Wing Extremist

Right Wing Extremist


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Pols booed at Texas Tea Party

Everybody’s jumping on the Tea Party bandwagon.  I wish they would go back to Washington and put their money where their mouth is .i.e STOP SPENDING our money.

S. Sen. John Cornyn drew boos from a crowd outside the Texas Capitol this afternoon as he spoke at a “tea party” rally organized by the Texas office of Americans for Prosperity.

Cornyn was booed at the start and close of his remarks, which assailed actions in Washington; there were no boos while he awarded a Purple Heart to a Copperas Cove resident injured in Iraq in 2006.

“You’re the problem,” a crowd member hollered.

Another crowd member yelled that Cornyn voted for the initial federal bailout of Wall Street approved by Congress last year, the Troubled Asset Relief Program.

UPDATE, 4:04 p.m.: Governor Rick Perry drew scattered boos, notably from crowd members aware of his advocacy of toll roads to relieve traffic congestion.

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More of Alabama’s Tea Parties

More on the Pelham Tea Party I mentioned  here.     Highlights include:

Frank McCoy, of Margaret in St. Clair County, was there with his 9-year-old grandson, Kristopher. McCoy said he heard about the event on the radio. “I’m tired of them wasting money, spending, spending,” McCoy said of Washington politicians.

Angie Shelton of Pelham was there carrying a sign that read, “Elect Clowns Expect a Circus” on one side and “Proud to be Americans. No Bowing. No Apologies,” on the other.

Shelton was with Cindy Hardee of Pelham. Shelton said she had two small children and she was there “just trying to protect their future.”

Additionally, The Tea Parties  in Mobile & Baldwin Counties. Attendance at the party at Magee Farm is estimated to be around 200 ppl.  The Magee Farm is not to be confused with Maggie’s Farm by Bob Dylan.

An organizer of one of the “tea parties” at Magee Farm in Eight Mile, Ben George, said the people attending were frustrated with the current government.

“There’s anger out here,” George said. “These people came out because of this attitude. This government of ours is not listening to us.”……….

The event featured a “Dunk Congress” tank and several people hoisting signs critical of Congress and the White House. The Eight Mile rally appeared to draw at least 200 people, though no official estimate was available.

“O bamboozled,” one sign read. On a stretch of paper taped on a picket fence, someone wrote, “Congress is illegal,” while another scrawled, “Take back our country.”

Regardless of what the MSM says, these protests are not partisan.  Other than the, “O’bamboozled” and first term sign, anger is directed at Congress & their policies, not individual parties or people. Except for this one:

..a sign that marked the last day of President Barack Obama’s first term in office. “Wanna know what day I’m looking forward to?” Paul Knight said, pointing to his sign, suggesting that Obama would not be re-elected.

More of the same in Montgomery.

..they were there to stand up for their rights as Americans and to voice their opposition to the increased infringe­ment on liberties by the cur­rent administration.

“We’re worried about the Constitution; it’s being frayed and torn apart by the new administration,” said Fischer. “We’re just con­cerned to see our rights eroded. It’s really scary.”

Daniels said people may not want to call it like they see it, but everything the government has done so far is nothing short of commun­ism.

Thanks to Doc’s Political Parlor.

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Alabama’s Tea parties

This report about the TEA party in Pelham is encouraging.  A police officer estimated the crowd at Pelham’s Verizon Wireless Music Center at approximately 2,500.

The events included an open mike to allow people to talk for 30 seconds each, and several people took the stage. One grandmother spoke of her concern about the tax burden that will face her grandchildren. Others decried the government’s auto industry bailout.

No word yet from The Other McCain on the Third Annual Camp FUBAR Fourth of July Fireworks & BBQ Blowout on the shores of Alabama’s beautiful Lake Wei ss. We readers have  important questions that we needed answered.  Did Sasquatch use a dry rub? In Alabama these things matter.

As always pics from around the nation at Instapundit.  scroll down


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