Skip to comments.Occupy Wall Street protesters attempt to shut down Santorum rally in Oklahoma
Posted on 03/05/2012 10:29:29 AM PST by massmike
This is the left's idea of free speech.
On Sunday, about 20 Occupy Wall Street protesters disrupted a speech given by former Pennsylvania Senator Rick Santorum as he spoke on the steps of the Oklahoma state Capitol.
Showing the liberal idea of tolerance, the protesters began to disrupt the event as soon as Santorum began to speak. Acting like fascists, they yelled "racist" and "fascist" and chanted "Get your hate out of our state."
Supporters responded by shouting back "We pick Rick!" while holding signs in front of the demonstrators who escalated the situation by ripping the signs out of their hands.
The former Senator remained calm throughout the event, but suggested the protesters get jobs.
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They can shut us down and no problem.
We try to shut them down and it’s somehow a violation of their human rights.
Just another day in Obamaland. :)
Supporters responded by shouting back “We pick Rick!” while holding signs in front of the demonstrators
God bless these heroes. Out doing God’s work for the good of America. Makes my heart very happy. Go Santorum!!!!!! The guy with character, ethics and morals is going to be our next President, President Santorum sir. Reporting for duty! God this is very exciting.
Good to see Rick has a sense of humor.
Time to update my tag line.......
Acting like fascists, they yelled “racist” and “fascist” and chanted “Get your hate out of our state.”
I am sure the irony of using their actual hatred against some one whose position they “claim” come from hate is lost on these turds.....
Massachusetts Republicans wishes happy birthday to occupy wall street and Elizabeth Warren.
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