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Wednesday, April 06, 2011

"Thousands of Dead Bodies"

Rich Rogers of the Massachusetts AFL-CIO speaking at yesterday's We Are One rally in Boston. 

The speaker is directly in front of the MA GOP headquarters.


Blogger lawless said...

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5:42 PM  
Blogger lawless said...

Guessing he missed the #newtone memo. Or are we over Tucson already. Oh wait, it was really only about us not being able to use metaphor....really no reason for the MSM to cover something like this, they should just show pictures of 50year old women waving American flags and talk about all the violence they want to do.

5:48 PM  
Anonymous Brooke Lorren said...

This is where I quote Gandhi: "I am prepared to die, but there is no cause for which I am prepared to kill." I really don't care what threats Trumpka and his ilk make; I will NEVER be on the side of communists and radicals.

The only way us Tea Party supporters are threatening is that most of us are on God's side... Chris Wallace said that he wanted to unleash God... be careful of what you wish for. God is on the side of free will. If he wasn't, he wouldn't have let us screw up in the garden of Eden. He has more power than Mr. Wallace would want to deal with.

9:17 PM  
Anonymous frank said...

Ghandi pleaded with the British to submit to Hitler so violence could be avoided.

Churchill responded with: It is better to die as free men fighting to save freedom than to live as slaves.

I wonder if ghandi were a slave before the Civil War that he would have advised the Civil War not be fought and slavery preserved so that the bloodiest war in our history would not have had to be fought?

No way Mr. Custer; I ain't gonna' go!

4:05 AM  
Blogger Gewoel said...

Why don't we just turn government over to the unions, it will be bankrupt in 2 years. Then we march, but we must be ready!

5:32 AM  

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