Skip to comments.Alert: Anyone Noticing the call for US Day of RAge on September 17th? (vanity)
Posted on 08/10/2011 6:42:40 PM PDT by 30Moves
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This facebook group has 3k members. May be worth paying attention to.
Oh darn! That is the day I have set aside to backwash my toothbrush....
Our ‘protectors’ can’t help - they’re all out looking for a lone wolf. Can’t be bothered with a call to thousands of liberals who want to riot like England...
Here are where some are hosting flyers. It looks like they may be targeting Wall Street and other spots in NYC.
Can’t afford a Day of Rage. I can give ‘em twenty minutes of a snippy snit later if the boss isn’t looking.
I was just on one of the sites, and there’s a poster for Word Revolution October 15, 2011.
They better stay in the cities where the police can protect them.
So this would be people from the anti gun crowd right? Somehow i’m not concerned.
Guess it’s superfluous to mention that September 17 is the 149th anniversary of the bloodiest day in US history.
Just what you’ve always wanted for your b-day; a bunch of hippies behaving badly.
Wonder how those lefties would feel about being outnumbered by counter-protesters?
Has anyone seen this? Days of Rage
Heh that’s some present.
Our cities might burn.
LOL no kidding.
There are only about 150 people in my little town and I doubt you could convince 10,000 of them to occupy it for very long.
Good, maybe they will try that London crap and get shot, this is America. The owners don’t have to stand by and watch their livelihood burned to the ground by rioters.
The right to arms is strong here and will only get stronger with this stupidity.
The ‘day of rage’ will be manned by a bunch of neo-hippies and muslim activists but of course, you know they’ll say it is the tea-party’s fault.
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