Skip to comments.They Are Even Protesting ObamaCare In Massachusetts
Posted on 08/05/2009 8:19:35 PM PDT by SalAOR
The Tea Parties have had quite an impact at the health care town hall meetings in the last week. One expects Tea Party dominance at town hall meetings in Texas. One can even understand Tea Party dominance at town hall meetings in Pennsylvania. What one does not expect is for tea party protests to dominate in the Peoples Republic of Massachusetts. Yesterday in Worcester, a town hall meeting was held by left-wing Reps. James McGovern (D-MA) and Richard Neal (D-MA). The State-Run Worcester Telegraph, while trying to paint the Tea Party goers as an unruly mob (look at the photo above does it look like an unruly mob?), conceded that the vast majority of people attending the event were against ObamaCare.
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They should know...
If the Worcester Telegraph thinks that’s an unruly mob, the need to get out more.
Get your Obama-Joker T-shirts !!!
I guess the two dozen or so republicans left in Massachussets miraculously found themselves at the same location in Worcester.
Good for them. We need to get everybody out and speak up, resist, laugh at them, heckle them etc.
If they are conservative Repubs encourage them to fight and to tell RINO’s like MCCain that we loathe RINOs.
Exactly. They’ve already gotten a sneak preview.
So the blatant naivety is being replaced with common sense? Color me surprised.
in massatwoshits? be still my beating heart!
This gives me hope that Sarah Palin will carry 49 states with the exception of Hawaii when she becomes President.
If the Party can convince the Congressmen that ACORN has their backs then the percentage of popular opposition does not matter. The reward of passing all of Hussein's initiatives is permanent and unassailable power for the Social Democrats. The key is whether or not the SocDem Congressmen can be convinced that the elections are "under control."
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