Skip to comments.High Schoolers retaliate against Code Pink by singing America the Beautiful
Posted on 07/05/2006 2:19:33 PM PDT by sig226
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Wednesday, July 05, 2006 CodePink vs. America Age of Hooper was at the Code Pink tantrum outside the White House, and he got this terrific video as a group of kids, taking a tour of Washington DC for July 4th, encountered the Code Pink lunaticswho began singing an anti-American version of God Bless America (as God Help America) directly at the tour group, deliberately taunting them. Its a thing of beauty to watch as the red state kids spontaneously break into America the Beautiful, and completely shut down the moonbats.
Heard this on hannity today.
ahahahaha! that was beautiful! Kids taking a stand against the Pinkos.. that must have blown out the will out of their half-assed song.. LOL
OK, I just teared up, maybe we do have a future!
I hope Drudge has it.
Sweet. A spontaneous song by some touring (and outraged) kids drowns out the carefully choreographed hatefulness of Code Pink Piggies.
Our kids in the green t-shirts took on the pinkos! Must see video!
What great kids! Wish we could thank them.
That was absolutely beautiful. Thanks for posting it.
hahaha that was great. I love when our generation whoops up on leftists, cuz they dont expect it from the young folk!
That kinda reminds me of a story i'd read a couple years ago, when a guy had robbed a store and tried to hijack a van. what he wasnt counting on is a team of teenagers about to compete in a national Judo championship occupying that van. he got the crap kicked outta him, kind of like those Pinkos! gotta love stuff like this!
Yes, there IS hope for the future of America.
A great group of young people, God Bless them.
Wonder what Cindy's arabic shirt says.< p>
I zoomed in on a T-shirt and it appears the kids are a marching band. The site that originally posted it said he thought they were from Michigan. If anyone knows who these kids are, it should be publicized. I'm sure they have a booster club or band fund to which we could contribute.
Looking at these women makes the suggestion, "Pull out" seem like a good idea.
We saw them on Monday in their green shirts. One family stopped by to chat on Tuesday and said they were marching in the parade. They were from Kansas, but I'm not sure they were the same kids.
I hope the music burned their friggin' ears.
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