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Tearful Glenn Beck Describes How He And His Family Were Attacked In New York Park
Mediaite.com ^ | 06/28/11 | Jon Bershad

Posted on 06/28/2011 5:09:48 PM PDT by MissesBush

These people were some of the most hateful people I have ever seen,” said a distraught Glenn Beck this morning as he described an altercation he and his family had last night while watching a screening of Alfred Hitchcock’s The 39 Steps in New York’s Bryant Park. Explaining that a group of people yelled at his family, took pictures of them, and kicked a cup of wine onto his wife, Beck said that his security team feels that, had he reacted poorly, things might have “gone off.” “I swear to you I think, if I had suggested, and I almost did, “Wow, does anybody have a rope? Because there’s tree here. You could just lynch me.’ And I think there would have been a couple in the crowd that would have.”

Beck took particular exception with Gawker (he didn’t name the website although he clearly described this post) for posting pictures of his family.

Watch the segment via GlennBeck.com below:

http://www.mediaite.com/tv/tearful-glenn-beck-describes-how-he-and-his-family-were-attacked-in-new-york-park/


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To: PalmettoMason
I think your comment is gay.

That's pretty much what I think about guys who blubber about their problems on TV and radio.


Both your posts are really funny, I laughed so hard reading each. Heh.
51 posted on 06/28/2011 6:11:04 PM PDT by Individual Rights in NJ (Infidel Inside)
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To: MissesBush

I like Glen, he does have some thought provoking commentary, but he needs to cowboy up. Somebody kicks wine on the mother of your children, you better swing for the bleachers.


52 posted on 06/28/2011 6:11:52 PM PDT by Molon Labbie
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To: dragonblustar

I don’t know, I avoid Gawker like the plague. A wretched hive of scum and villainy and all that...


53 posted on 06/28/2011 6:14:20 PM PDT by thecabal (Redeem your mind from the hockshops of authority.)
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To: truthkeeper

My son lives in LA, my daughter in NYC. You are correct, there is a huge difference. I hear very little English being spoken anymore in NYC. Also, when I was last there my daughter’s neighbors were all excited that the Muslim Brotherhood were taking over Egypt! Psychos abound in NYC.


54 posted on 06/28/2011 6:16:47 PM PDT by ohiogrammy (12)
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To: PalmettoMason
That's pretty much what I think about guys who blubber about their problems on TV and radio.

Lol! You make a great point. I was wrong to direct my anger with the story towards your reply. I guess I read it as apathy when obviously it was not. Sorry.

55 posted on 06/28/2011 6:21:58 PM PDT by optiguy (Government does not solve problems; it subsidizes them.----- Ronald Reagan)
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To: ohiogrammy

Oh poo...

There isn’t a place in Manhattan (though if you include the boroughs you’re probably accurate), where I can’t speak English and have someone speak it back to me, really.

Even the immigrants are surprisingly clear when you speak to them and they speak back to you, in English despite what language they may speak to each other (not that that is okay really). The guys at Food Works that make my food everyday, for example. Or the Mexican guys at the “Italian” deli.

Lol. In California, they actually think it is part of their country, at least no one is claiming NYC as theirs... yet..

have a good evening.


56 posted on 06/28/2011 6:27:13 PM PDT by Individual Rights in NJ (Infidel Inside)
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To: MissesBush

Oh Boo Hoo,with your money I could put together a Army,Now Man Up and go hire some body guards.


57 posted on 06/28/2011 6:27:47 PM PDT by Cheetahcat ( November 4 2008 ,A date that will live in Infamy.)
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To: truthkeeper

Truthkeeper. I’d live in parts of California. I think it is the most beautiful state of all 57 states. Liberal? Yes. But very beautiful and clean in many place. NYC is a filthy cesspool of human debris.

Sorry folks.


58 posted on 06/28/2011 6:42:50 PM PDT by AdamBomb
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To: sbark
Ive always thought a Obama, Pelosi, Reid, M.Moore etc could much more safely walk thru a “conservative stronghold” without any problems at all........ vrs. a Beck, Rush, Palin walk thru a Liberal sewer such as Hyde park, NYC, San Fran, ..........

This is one of the main reasons that polling places in Baltimore often have no Republican judges or observers but Dems from the city have no problem serving in Republican majority polling places in the county. Conservatives don't key people's cars or slash their tires for being in the "wrong" places.

59 posted on 06/28/2011 6:44:34 PM PDT by Freee-dame
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To: MissesBush

Welcome to one of the hellholes of liberalism, Mr. Beck. My apologies on behalf of those who are too arrogant, too stupid, and too fascist to apologize for their own actions.


60 posted on 06/28/2011 6:46:19 PM PDT by Oceander (The phrase "good enough for government work" is not meant as a compliment)
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To: MissesBush

Glenn Beck is too dramatic by far.

This sort of behavior is not uncommon in drug and alcohol addicts, which Beck has admitted to, but nothing says we have to buy into it and feed his need for attention.

If he was assaulted, he should file charges.

Until then, he’ll have to forgive me for not caring about this, since he seems to exaggerate and spin things to suit his agenda.


61 posted on 06/28/2011 7:05:57 PM PDT by mountainbunny
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To: Molon Labbie
I like Glen, he does have some thought provoking commentary, but he needs to cowboy up. Somebody kicks wine on the mother of your children, you better swing for the bleachers.

Yes, return violence for violence. That will work. Then the fat-ass who kicked over the wine will get a huge settlement from a communist stacked civil jury, and appearances on every talk program to play the victim to the Right Wing's violent attacks.

Have one of his security guys tail her and get names, addresses and from there get identity and then let a criminally bent hacker finish her off in the credit and identity markets - anonymously. You never know, she might also "be responsible" for all kinds of death threats sent to Party Members. </sarc>

62 posted on 06/28/2011 7:06:54 PM PDT by The Theophilus (Obama's Key to win 2012: Ban Haloperidol)
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To: F15Eagle

According to Hlenn, he told his daughter that most of the people at the event are good people. But did even one of these ‘good people’ stand up for Glenn’s family when the harrassment took a nasty trun and the bitch behind them soaked his wife? Naw, it’s New Yawk, where hate is a daily meal.


63 posted on 06/28/2011 7:12:48 PM PDT by MHGinTN (Some, believing they can't be deceived, it's nigh impossible to convince them when they're deceived.)
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To: cradle of freedom

I’m from New York, and if that’s their attitude, I’m not going back again.


64 posted on 06/28/2011 7:15:38 PM PDT by popdonnelly (Democrats = authoritarian socialists)
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To: truthkeeper
“Rude, snotty people, almost all of them liberal, and rotten weather on top of it.

Thanks, but I'll take California “

We need to get away from saying this or that can only happen in a certain place. Or that everyone in xxxx state thinks a certain way.

There are crazy people and good people everywhere.

65 posted on 06/28/2011 7:17:05 PM PDT by HereInTheHeartland (2008 was about words; 2012 will be about numbers)
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To: HereInTheHeartland
NO, I didn't say it could only happen in a certain place or that everyone in the state thinks this way.

I said I was sick and tired of California getting slammed in post after post after post. Well, guess what? This didn't happen in California, it happened in NYC. (Which, like I said, is the rudest city I have ever been in.)

I'll still take California any day. And BTW, it appears I'm not the only poster who feels that way.

66 posted on 06/28/2011 7:23:04 PM PDT by truthkeeper (Vote Against Barack Obama in 2012!)
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To: Individual Rights in NJ
I feel that the worst, most perverted and truly mentally ill people live in California. In Southern California, the stupidity, self-hatred (the worst kind!)and idiocy on constant display via in public behavior by the common populace is unmatched, even by Parisian standards....

Yeah, but I doubt that you'll find a decent burrito in all of NYC!

67 posted on 06/28/2011 7:28:31 PM PDT by Fiji Hill
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To: thecabal

Really, we have the name of the woman? Good grief, that’s assault! Sue!


68 posted on 06/28/2011 7:31:27 PM PDT by Mamzelle
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To: Fiji Hill

LOL


69 posted on 06/28/2011 7:31:38 PM PDT by truthkeeper (Vote Against Barack Obama in 2012!)
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To: mountainbunny

So, what is your addiction? Wait a minute, I think I know the answer..you believe in “nothing says”. Do you worship “nothing says”? You are a troll, or possibly a lawyer looking for work, get off this site.


70 posted on 06/28/2011 7:34:22 PM PDT by BatGuano (You don't think I'd go into combat with loose change in my pocket, do ya?)
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To: truthkeeper

Well I agree with you. I lived in California and find the uninformed blanket statements made about California to be silly.
I haven’t been to New York, but would expect people there to be different in many ways, but probably pretty much the same once I “decoded” the culture.

Every place has it’s own superficial quirks.


71 posted on 06/28/2011 7:37:02 PM PDT by HereInTheHeartland (2008 was about words; 2012 will be about numbers)
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To: mountainbunny

I’m not a fan of Glenn Beck, but I don’t think your assessment of the situation is at all fair. If your children were present when you were assaulted by a gang of thugs, you’d probably tend to get a bit bent out of shape about it too. Beck was once a drug addict, this is true. But I don’t think that contributes to the fact that one would feel especially emotional about having your children at the brunt of a really ugly mob scene. Instead of making his past addiction something to attack him with, how about honoring him for having the strength of character to overcome and beat his addiction? I think repentence and sincere change counts for a lot in the development of one’s character.


72 posted on 06/28/2011 7:37:19 PM PDT by MissesBush (Obama logic re: Weiner. Twitter your junk = I would resign. Destroy a nation = I deserve re-election)
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To: MissesBush
Cowards...

They went after his wife and they knew they had the numbers and they could get away with it.

But this to me is key, they have have no individual soul, very much like their collectivist mentality. After listening to the clip of him on the web it was multiple people. No one stood up and said it was wrong.

They tried to take away his voice.

It will only make him stronger....

73 posted on 06/28/2011 7:42:51 PM PDT by taildragger (( Palin / Mulally 2012 ))
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To: Mr. Mojo
and "he's pro-war!!" (which really proves they never watch him).

They better go mob Obama then. He's running a record 3 wars at once. No Republican president ever managed that.

You are correct. These animals have no idea why they hate Beck other than some gross characture of him created by the mainstream media. None of these people have ever listened to Beck. But they know they hate him intensely. That's rational...not.

74 posted on 06/28/2011 7:43:24 PM PDT by MissesBush (Obama logic re: Weiner. Twitter your junk = I would resign. Destroy a nation = I deserve re-election)
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To: MissesBush

Glenn Beck now knows what it’s like to be a Dolphin fan in Miami when they’re playing the Jets. All the Jets fans who live here bring their thuggish lifestyles with them and take a great deal of joy at spilling beer on Miami fans and then starting fights.


75 posted on 06/28/2011 7:47:29 PM PDT by Ax
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To: truthkeeper

I am originally from the New York City area, and I have to agree with you about what NYC has become with liberals.
Liberal outsiders move in, and they are compelled to cop the
GET OUT OF MY WAY
I’M IN YOUR FACE
THE WORLD IS MY DOORMAT, AND IF YOU DON’T LIKE IT IT’S YOU WHO HAS THE (censored) ATTITUDE PROBLEM.
I traveled on business to the South, and found civilization in Texas.
New York screams “New York is the center of the universe, and anyone from outside of New York is a hick,” yet they are the biggest hicks in the world.


76 posted on 06/28/2011 8:04:31 PM PDT by Fred Hayek (FUBO, the No Talent Pop Star pResident.)
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To: truthkeeper; Individual Rights in NJ

Don’t knock NJ. In a poll shown on CNBC, NJ has ranked #1 in quality of life for two years. I lived there for a few months and can believe it.


77 posted on 06/28/2011 8:24:32 PM PDT by balls (0 lies like a Muslim (Google "taqiyya"))
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To: MissesBush

American citizens have no business being in NYC or doing business with NYC.


78 posted on 06/28/2011 8:52:26 PM PDT by NoLibZone (Be respectful, be courteous, have a plan to kill every flash mob member that threatens you or others)
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To: Mr. Mojo

Sometimes when people cry and we don’t understand why, it is because there is something they know about what is happening, either big picture or little picture, that we don’t know about...and maybe if we knew what he knows, we might cry too. It is a possibility.

A simplistic example is when I was a child I didn’t understand why people cry at weddings. Now, as an older person with more experiences and knowledge, it now makes sense to me that people cry at weddings.


79 posted on 06/28/2011 8:55:00 PM PDT by Anima Mundi (If you try to fail and you succeed , what have you just done?)
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To: Last Dakotan

Thats why Glenn is moving to Texas.


80 posted on 06/28/2011 9:01:52 PM PDT by Georgia Girl 2 (The only purpose of a pistol is to fight your way back to the rifle you should never have dropped.)
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To: PalmettoMason

Hummm, if your family was treated in such a hateful manner, would you be upset? I would be! It shows that the liberal left is some of the most intolerant people in the US.


81 posted on 06/28/2011 9:09:10 PM PDT by Grey Eagle
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To: PalmettoMason

Well, Thursday is his last show, so maybe one of those liberal shows might suit. Personally, I would be furious if someone treated my family that way. I might have cried too. Liberals are the most intolerant hateful people that I have ever seen. If I were Glen, I would leave NY and move to Texas, where a conservative and jobs are appreciated.


82 posted on 06/28/2011 9:17:43 PM PDT by Grey Eagle
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To: Ax
Glenn Beck now knows what it’s like to be a Dolphin fan in Miami when they’re playing the Jets. All the Jets fans who live here bring their thuggish lifestyles with them and take a great deal of joy at spilling beer on Miami fans and then starting fights.

So you are treated exactly like visiting fans are treated at University of Miami games.

83 posted on 06/28/2011 9:31:03 PM PDT by CommerceComet (Governor Romney, why would any conservative vote for the author of the beta version of ObamaCare?)
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To: balls

Read my posts, I never knocked NJ at all. In fact, I wish California had your Governor.


84 posted on 06/28/2011 9:41:18 PM PDT by truthkeeper (Vote Against Barack Obama in 2012!)
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To: mountainbunny

“Glenn Beck is too dramatic by far”
“nothing says we have to buy into it and feed his need for attention.”
“he’ll have to forgive me for not caring about this”


You would be wise not to discount a man’s tears over the lack of civility in America today. America has lost her innocence, a depravity and coldness of her citizens reigns and a lawlessness engulfs a once, very kind people.

My apologies if I have been too dramatic/blunt, I didn’t buy into your horse snit “anti Beck” attention getting agenda and I don’t appreciate you not caring about the plight of your fellow countryman/fellow human being.

Are you a closet liberal posting here?


85 posted on 06/28/2011 10:13:18 PM PDT by RetAF_fedUP (No moral value held dear by the American people obliges public servants ever to sacrifice innocents)
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To: MissesBush
said a distraught Glenn Beck this morning as he described an altercation he and his ...

I really hate incompetent or ignorant reporting on any subject. The MSm just can't resist a cheap shot.

Altercation = A noisy argument or disagreement in public

As I undertand the description of the incident, the Becks were assaulted both verbally and physically, and endured it with class, unlike the losah New Yawkes assailants...

86 posted on 06/28/2011 10:20:45 PM PDT by Publius6961 (you don't need a president-for-life if you've got a bureaucracy-for-life.)
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To: truthkeeper
The New York I knew as a child is long gone. I don't want to ruin my wonderful memories by going back.

The California that my Father and Mother brought us to back in 1960 is a shadow of its former self. The Golden State was the Land of Opportunity when we moved here back in 1960.

That being said, although I have entertained the thought of moving out of California, I have yet to find a place that both my Wife and I would feel at home like we do here.

Most of my Wife's Family moved to Mississippi to retire. To us it's a nice place to visit, but we couldn't follow them there.

Besides, it would take a ton of dynamite to get my Wife to move out of our house. We live in South Orange County, the last bastion of Republicans, so I don't have to deal with too many wackos in my day to day life.

Great weather, no humidity and ten minutes to Laguna Beach.
Outside of the Commies running (RUINING) the State, what's not to love? LOL

87 posted on 06/28/2011 11:16:11 PM PDT by Kickass Conservative (If Sarah Palin was President, you would have a job by now.)
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To: Kickass Conservative
You expressed my sentiments beautifully. My dad brought us all here to California in 1962 from Detroit and believe me he never looked back.

I can still remember driving into Southern California as a little girl and smelling oranges everywhere. Imagine, being able to pick fruit right off your own trees. We actually got out of our car to touch the palm trees, we had never seen them before. And beaches, mountains, desert...all within an hour of us.

I grew up in Alhambra, a beautiful little city in the San Gabriel Valley, in the 60's and 70's. It was like living "American Graffiti." Beautiful California Craftsman bungalows and Spanish hacienda style homes everywhere. As for the weather...well, what can I say? Always beautiful, rain or shine, and almost no humidity. We could ride our bikes until late at night in the summer, and back then we never even locked our doors.

I know California will never be what it once was but even at its worst it's a wonderful place. Probably because of all those Midwesterners who moved here. Lots of solid conservatives, but like the man said, "We don't get no respect."

Sorry, I just get so sick and tired of our beautiful state getting bashed constantly. Thanks for the memories, FRiend...we will always have those, won't we?

88 posted on 06/28/2011 11:38:00 PM PDT by truthkeeper (Vote Against Barack Obama in 2012!)
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To: truthkeeper
We lived in La Crescenta in the 60’s and 70’s.

My Dad had a Flying A Gas Station in Altadena on North Lake Ave. A lot of our family friends lived in Alhambra and Pasadena.

On those wonderful Summer evenings my (much older) Brother used to take me to the In and Out Burger and Bobs Big Boy, cruising around in his Candy Apple Red 56 Chevy or his 32 Ford 5 Window Deuce Coupe, (that he still owns BTW).

As the song says, those were the days. I thought I was the coolest ten year old boy in the world hanging out with my Brother and his very understanding girlfriend. Or it could have been that my Mom told him to take me with him so she could get rid of me for a few hours. LOL

I'll have to call my Old Geezer Brother and thank him for putting up with me back then.

89 posted on 06/28/2011 11:59:49 PM PDT by Kickass Conservative (If Sarah Palin was President, you would have a job by now.)
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To: LostInBayport

My leftist friend says that Republicans are so hate-filled and then goes on a rant about how much she detests Palin, Beck and Bachmann!! And she doesn’t even hear the venom that comesout of her own mouth!!


90 posted on 06/29/2011 4:39:19 AM PDT by Ann Archy (Abortion is the Human Sacrifice to the god of Convenience.)
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To: CommerceComet

I’ve never been to a Hurricanes game. I am NO fan of that team, believe me, being a rabid Notre Dame guy. If you want to see some real thuggery, spend five years as I did on the terraces of English football grounds.


91 posted on 06/29/2011 5:15:13 AM PDT by Ax
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To: Individual Rights in NJ

They may speak it to you if spoken to, but on the streets I hear very little English...and she lives on the upper East Side, and has for 20 years.


92 posted on 06/29/2011 5:18:33 AM PDT by ohiogrammy (12)
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To: Ax
I’ve never been to a Hurricanes game. I am NO fan of that team, believe me, being a rabid Notre Dame guy. If you want to see some real thuggery, spend five years as I did on the terraces of English football grounds.

I've never been, either, but I have lots of friends who are rabid college football fans. To a person, everyone of them who had been to a Hurricane home game rated it as the most hostile place they had gone. Like an Oakland Raiders game, apparently.

From what I hear, you're right that our bad behavior is nothing compared to the English soccer fans, although at least a couple of Dodger fans must have been taking pointers from the English fans when the beat that Giants fan into a coma. I hope they put these guys in a cell and throw the key away.

93 posted on 06/29/2011 7:16:48 AM PDT by CommerceComet (Governor Romney, why would any conservative vote for the author of the beta version of ObamaCare?)
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To: truthkeeper

Your california is my california too. But I left it years ago, necer to return, much less look back.

It is a beautiful place, nice weather. But not worth the level of gov’t, taxes, laws, illegals, taxes (did I say taxes?)

I love, LOVE, my Tennessee.


94 posted on 06/29/2011 7:29:46 AM PDT by RoadGumby (For God so loved the world)
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To: CommerceComet

And it’s not just the Brits. They just happen to get most of the bad ink. The Dutch are pretty bad and the Italians are barbarians. My sons and I were leaving the Stadio Olimpico in Rome one afternoon. One of the local teams, Lazio, had played and were beaten by AC Milan. There was a Mercedes in the official parking lot with Milanese license plates. The car had been totally trashed by the Laziali.


95 posted on 06/29/2011 8:52:28 AM PDT by Ax
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To: Individual Rights in NJ

I don’t want to get into a New York versus L.A. pissing match with you because I think both cities have a lot to offer and I’ve rarely enjoyed a trip as much as I did my visit to NYC 3 years ago. I also think both cities are being consumed by the disease of liberalsm. And you are right that L.A. is full of sub humans. I call the place the Star Wars bar scene. But I saw a great deal of that in NYC too, not so much in Manhattan but certainly in other burroughs. Regardless, Limbaugh was out here in L.A. all last week and was in public a great deal and was never once verbally attacked, spat upon or physically assaulted. He mentioned getting some weird stares in restaurants, but no one was so vile as to attack him. Being a little more laid back out here, people tend to be a little less uptight about politics, even liberals. Much of that time that relaxed attitude about politics manifests itself in apathy which drives me up a wall. But there’s also a bit more civility towards and tolerance of conservatism as a result than apparently is the case in NYC. Take a look at post 48 for an example of your city’s belligerence towards conservatives. Now yes, Hollywood is a definite exception to the tolerance piece, but keep in mind a lot of the Hollywood creeps are from New York, Alec Baldwin, Whoopi Goldberg, etc. Others like Spielberg or George Clooney are from other states. Indeed, a lot of California’s liberals are Northeastern transplants. This was once a conservative state until we were invaded from the East Coast and South of the Border. But anyway, I am not trashing your city because I think it’s a great place. I would certainly not care to express myself openly politically there however. I would definitely feel safer driving in L.A. with a bumpersticker for a GOP presidential candidate than in NYC.


96 posted on 06/29/2011 10:37:01 AM PDT by MissesBush (Obama logic re: Weiner. Twitter your junk = I would resign. Destroy a nation = I deserve re-election)
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To: MissesBush
...Regardless, Limbaugh was out here in L.A. all last week and was in public a great deal and was never once verbally attacked, spat upon or physically assaulted...

It's a sad state of affairs when a statement like that has to be viewed as a positive thing in what used to be the United States of America.

97 posted on 06/29/2011 10:43:42 AM PDT by Zman516 (muslims, marxists, communists ---> satan's useful idiot corps)
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To: Kickass Conservative

Yes, do that. He’ll thank you for those great memories, I’m sure.


99 posted on 06/29/2011 8:11:45 PM PDT by truthkeeper (Vote Against Barack Obama in 2012!)
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To: RoadGumby
I'm glad you love Tennessee, and I'll bet it's beautiful too.
But California will always be home to me. And like Dorothy said, "There's no place like home."
100 posted on 06/29/2011 8:15:20 PM PDT by truthkeeper (Vote Against Barack Obama in 2012!)
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