Skip to comments.LA Times Free The Tape Protest - "Shame On You" [VIDEO]
Posted on 10/30/2008 1:29:40 PM PDT by PajamaTruthMafia
The LA Times refuses to release the tape showing Obama being toasted by anti-Israel nutjob Rashid Khalidi. Because in a Presidential race centered on Obama's judgment, that's probably not important.
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Good job, everyone.
I wish I could’ve been there. I love that sign “Nixon released his tapes” :-)
Good for you. Was there any competing media covering the protest?
They will be wiping tears with pink slips soon enough.
True Americans doing the work the MSM wont.
Thank you from the bottom of my heart.
Great job! Did anyone from the Times have guts enough to come out and talk to you? lol....
Good JOB to those that could be there!
It would be nice to have a report from the front lines!
Wow, great turn out! Good job you guys! Intelligent signs that aren’t threatening or insulting. How refreshing!
I think the non-release story is doing as much damage as the tape itself.
It must have been a VERY effective protest....
Second time it worked, never mind. Effective protest and good photo! Thanks.
GREAT protest everyone!!!!!! A nice showing and you got the point across. They will bury themselves once this election is over....at least they are being exposed.
It’s back up now.
thanks so much guys - our hearts are with you!!!
Man, I wish I could be there, but I just can’t get off of work today. Thanks all that are out there, keep up the great work!
You guys are absolutely AWESOME!!!!! w00t!
As we say after a good $cientology protest.............
‘Caek for everyone!!!’ (old internet meme)
Humping the Leg of Anti Americans Worldwide.
Checking in here from the morning session. A little before 10:00 am I rolled up to scattered FReepers and other protesters who were milling about on the southwest corner of the Times Building, when RonDog showed up and tried to organize some of us. Like herding cats.
We all walked to the eastside of the building and sorta set up shop, picked up some hand-made signs, and started chanting “No Tape, No Peace” and “LA Times, Shame on You” and other cool slogans. People walking by seemed amused, and everyone was very respectful to LEO and any other passersby.
Times’ employees, however, seemed a little unnerved by the attention.
Supporters continued honking their horns, and after about 25 minutes, I had to get back to work, so I left quietly.
Media was there, but I haven’t a clue which ones.
Time well spent with very nice, enjoyable people and a splendid FReep. I think there will more activity later this afternoon.
My 2 Cents.
Thanks for the info!
Glad to hear there were no problems and the LAtimes noticing the protest. Getting into on the news would be great for your efforts.
I didn’t bring a camera
I guess that is what Nixon should of done just flip off congress when they asked for the tapes.
thank you! great job!
Can’t expect much from an organization that subcontracts to employers who hire illegal aliens labor to deliver their papers, most of which lack auto insurance...Several of which have caused injury to American citizens while delivering the Los Angeles Times, which the LAT is well aware of.