Saturday, September 12, 2009

Washington DC Tea-Bagged Big Time

The news reports say that around a million and a half to two million citizens showed up in D.C. today to protest the socialist, wild spending, big government schemes of our perennial college sophomore, Barack Obama.  I was going to go but somehow never received my advance check from the Big Insurance Company Consortium.  So I just watched it on Fox.
Alan Colmes continues to embarrass himself as an inept public commentator.  He claims the huge D.C. Tea Party was somehow a manifestation of "Corporate interests."  A capitalist conspiracy, no less.  Then he published an alleged poster ostensibly handed out to attendees at the Tea Party.  It reads "Bury Obamacare With Kennedy."  Outrageous, to be sure; however, I seriously doubt that this was an actual poster used at the Tea Party.  Note that it appears to be a photograph of a computer screen.  You can't see anything around, above, below or behind the image; it has no context, probably by design.  I suspect it is another Democrat dirty trick, a fraud, at which they are so practiced.  Don't believe it.

Holmes claims that the Tea Party movement is a corporate conspiracy, whereas MoveOn.org is a true "grass roots" organization.  He has a point.  Technically, George Soros is not a corporation.  However, neither are the two million anti-Obama demonstrators who showed up in D.C. today.

Update:  Later I did see the above poster used by a couple of people in attendance, so apparently the poster was printed and disseminated.   However, it may still very well have been a liberal dirty trick; handing out the posters to gullible attendees in order to create a false controversy, or used by libtards posing as conservatives for the same purpose.  Liberals have been so mendacious in these instances that it pays to be skeptical.

Via:  Liberaland
Via:  Memeorandum

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