Skip to comments.The Crashers: They came, they saw, they failed
Posted on 04/15/2010 8:26:22 PM PDT by Ron C.
You were ready for the Tea Party saboteurs. And boy, did they fail epically. Saul Alinsky would be ashamed.
Grass-roots activists smoked out the infiltrators and tagged them immediately.
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excellent day for all. ^bump^
yup-he should have left his man-purse at home. DUmmy.
The left has been unopposed for so long that don’t know how to act when someone stands up to them—other than to try smearing and marginalizing them.
Everyone should be aware that the Marxist beast will strike out violently when thwarted. Violence is very much a part of the Marxist playbook. Case in point: The mugging of Jindal and his girl friend in New Orleans.
We’ve gone from phony soldiers to phony conservative protesters. Nothing about liberalism is genuine.
Yeah, we now know the NEW Dummie montra as stated by the Dummie-in-Chief. Taxes down, no new taxes.
There are plenty of people that don’t actually pay taxes thru the IRS. They will glom on to this mantra.
Even as the taxes kick in they will not feel the effects.
The new taxes on the producers will hit hard.
This is the Class warfare the Dummies are counting on saving their a$$es in November.
lol — good one!
LOL! That was my very first thought!!
We had a very loud group march through the crowd at the Tea Party Express Boston Tea Party on the 14th. They came through shouting their "racist, sexist, anti-gay" chant. Seems they could get a new chant; that one is SO 1990s! The crowd started booking them, til the speaker on stage mentioned they had the right to free speech, then our crowd just started chanting "USA, USA", and drowned them out. ;o)
I heard from a Massachusetts MOM that someone egged the Tea Party Express bus. I have no idea if it was anyone from the loud group, but there were a whole bunch of Emerson College students mixed in the crowd, as well, since Emerson is just across the street from the Boston Common.
Kind of like the commonly used statement about throwing someone 'under the bus'.
Since it was New Orleans, I wouldn't automatically assume that attack was political. That kind of altercation happens quite often in the city, especially the French Quarter area.
LOL! I LOVE the look on the guy's face, and the slight tilt of the head toward his wife, when he says "It was a gift".
I know New Orleans remains a dangerous city. But usually when a thug accosts someome the goal is robbery. Nothing was taken from Jindal or his girlfriend. Also, according to the victims, all the comments made during the beating were politically rooted.
Those purses actually do have legitimate uses. If one lives in a hot and humid area, and clothes are ill suited for CCW concealment, a man purse is useful.
Just remember to accessorize it with appropriate height heels.
“To throw out a window” was not the phrase being discussed.
Please. It was not Jindal who was attacked. It was his campaign finance manager and her boyfriend, a Mr. Brown.
Do they make those man purses with the extra pistol-sized pocket in it? I’ve seen the ads for women’s purses in my American Rifleman magazines.
Isn’t ‘defenestration’ what was being discussed? That’s ‘throwing out a window’, and most folks today use the term figuratively, so it’s not really a physical threat.
“Defenestration” is not just throwihg out a window. It’s throwing a person out a window, usually hoping it will look as if he jumped. As far as I know, there is no figurative usage. If you know of one, please cite it, and then we’ll be rid of this absurd discussion.
Most folks would have no idea of the meaning of ‘defenestration’, anyway.