Skip to comments.More Racist Rednecks in Boston
Posted on 04/15/2010 2:13:10 AM PDT by StoutcatEdited on 04/15/2010 4:28:37 AM PDT by Admin Moderator. [history]
A few more photos from todays racist red-necks
[and lots more!]
Holy Image resizing, Batman. Iam sure it is a nice photo and all, but I won’t look at a pic I have to scroll all around my screen to see.
BEST PROTEST SIGN EVER
Good luck on getting somebody to take her up on *that* offer.
Panorama early on before the crowd swelled a bit...
Me and a good CONSERVATIVE friend!
Like that BOSTON flavor...
Hammer, meet nail head.
Unruly Tea Party Radicals
A lawyer, I joked with him "Why aren't you working today? Don't you have a job or something?"
Thanks, I always like to start me day with a good belly laugh.
I agree, that this lady's sign deserves an A for originality, humor and its pithy message!
Geez, ever hear of re-sizing your pictures?
"A young, college-age black man who refused to give his name, was dressed in a dark suit with a red Swastika armband, a black Hitler-esque mustache and a Hopium sign on his chest, a reference to Obamas Hope campaign literature.
$10 says whoever that was they were part of the lame "crashtheteaparty" nonsense that the idiot Jason Levin started. But the article presents it as if they were real Tea Party people.
All Tea Party events in the future need to have “This guy is a poser!” signs made up in advance to deploy and hound the asshat off the space. That way the MSM can’t get a shot of him without that sign in it (of course they will try...).
Hundreds gather in Porter County for Northwest Indiana Patriots event
Tea Party rally peaceful, yet ‘passionate’
BY SUSAN EMERY - Times Correspondent | Posted: Thursday, April 15, 2010 12:05 am
VALPARAISO | The Porter County Courthouse square was awash in red, white and blue Wednesday afternoon as hundreds of Northwest Indiana Patriots members gathered for the second annual Tea Party rally.
Many members of the group waved signs and flags and wore patriotic clothing to show their support for limited government, fiscal responsibility and accountable representation. The event featured music by country singer John Berry and the posting of colors by veterans from South Haven American Legion Post 502.
“It’s good to see likeminded Americans joining together in a peaceful revolution,” Berry said. “Washington (D.C.) has awakened a sleeping giant.”
Valparaiso resident and NWI Patriots founder Faith Jones urged people to get out and vote in the May 4 primary.
“These tea parties, while they’re great, are not the answer,” Jones said. “You, me, we are the answer. We are stronger than we’ve ever been. Voting is the answer.”
Jones responded to critics of the Tea Party movement who say it is in danger of being taken over by racists and hatemongers.
“We’ve assembled 75 times, and there has not been one incident,” she said.
Highland resident and rally attendee Debbie Johnson agreed. She said she has been to six tea parties across the country including ones in Cincinnati and Indianapolis.
“I haven’t seen any inflammatory signs or heard bad language,” Johnson said.
“We’re (just) very passionate.”
She held a sign reading, “Stop taxation without representation.”
“Our liberties are being taken away from us,” she said. “They are taxing us, but they are not listening to what we’re telling them.”
South Haven resident Noah Back, a Vietnam veteran, also is seeking fair representation.
“Politicians are selling us down the river,” he said. “They’re getting rich, and we’re getting poor. They’ve got to remember we elected them. They’re going to see a change come November.”
Gary Kuzminski, of Valparaiso, came to the rally decked out in clothes and accessories from the Colonial Era, including a tri-corner hat, Revolutionary War replica rifle and powder horn.
“There’s too much government,” he said. “I believe in liberty, less government and more rights for the individual.”
Last year we had signs ready that said “This nut’s with Acorn”
Of course they will try. Just like when MSNBC intentionally lied about the color of a guy with the gun strapped to his side in order to portray him as a "White racist." The media, in this case MSNBC, will stop at nothing to portray the narrative they want to portray.
Sorry about that, it was just after 5am when I posted that. Figured out how to post the photo, but still don’t know how to re-size—whoever did that, thank you!
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