Monday, October 4, 2010

10-2, The Hate America Rally Roundup

In a lame attempt to duplicate Glenn Beck's Restoring Honor rally on 8-28-10, the Communist Party USA held its' own little gathering last Saturday. Crazy Ed "Sargeant" Schultz was there, as was a small crowd of leftists, socialists, communists, racists and liars, in other words, his core audience. All of them, judging by his ratings.

Here's just a sample of a few of the folks in attendance.

First, you should know who sponsored this rally. Click here for the most comprehensive list of left-wing, extremist, anti-American groups you've ever seen. It's a who's who of hate groups. They are not nice people.

Here's one lady who didn't want her picture taken, so much so that she assaults the videographer several times. Perhaps someone should tell her that she's in a public place.

Joe Madison addressed the masses, gleefully telling them that someone sent him a satellite photo showing the crowd was larger than Glenn's rally on 9-29. He was right, except for one teensy, weensy, little detail.

Here's a better visual comparison of crowd size at the two events.

Charlie Martin over at Pajamas Media concludes what we suspected all along: "progressives" are unable to do math. Not with budgets, not with crowd sizes, not with anything.

And how despicable is it for teachers to require their students to attend a hate-fest?

Any more despicable than the attendees own words? More hate here. Even more hatred here.

Day by Day's Chris Muir even made a cartoon of the characters who trashed the Mall.

Overall, contrary to their misperception of the Tea Partiers, the rally last Saturday was held by the real haters. Their self-loathing extends to every part of the country that has given them the freedom to complain that others in the world don't have. They should really try the same thing somewhere else, like Iran, Russia or Saudi Arabia, and see what happens to them.

They are nothing more than narcisstic, immature children who don't have any respect for the men and women who lost their lives to give them the right of free speech. Thank goodness they're vastly outnumbered. We really do have them surrounded. It's time to push them back to the margins of society from whence they came. They are not now, nor have they ever been, in the mainstream of American thought. We tolerate them only because we're nicer than they are. However, we're running out of tolerance. Maybe it's time to make them feel uncomfortable and unwelcome.

They will fail because they hold hatred in their heart. They create an enemy where there is none and ignore the real ones. Pray for them, for they know not what they do...

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