Tuesday, October 10, 2006

Must see TV

For any of you who haven't seen this Minutemen protest video yet... it's a must watch!

Minutemen Protest

17 comments:

Anonymous said...

More nut jobs that will be killed first when they invite the enemy into their home because they want to feel good about themselves and think they (the enemy) are so nice.

Tim said...

Anon 7:27 Ditto your sentiments. These nut jobs obviously have more hate than sense.

big mike said...

they can only yell racist when there are white people on stage. The black dude spoke for 45 minutes and they didn't say anything.

You'd never see a Republican acting like this.

Texas said...

Not true big mike; the little commies were sure to let the black minuteman know that they thought he was the N word!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JYB_OLffZN0&eurl=

Kristopher said...

Shouldn't the lefties be wearing brownshirts and jackboots for this free speech suppression action?

Scottiebill said...

Anon 7:27 and Tim 7:33 -- The nut jobs you guys are referring to are called "Liberal Democrats". Yes?

After all, they have an image they must live down to.

Anonymous said...

Touche'

Bobkatt said...

Please don't think that these hooligans were respectable to Mr. Stewart the black gentleman that spoke for 45 minutes before Jim Gilchrist. This is a quote from one of the New York papers: "The student protesters, who attended the event clad in white as a sign of dissent, booed and shouted the speakers down throughout. They interrupted Mr. Stewart, who is African-American, when he referred to the Declaration of Independence's self-evident truth that "All men are created equal," calling him a racist, a sellout, and a black white supremacist.

A student's demand that Mr. Stewart speak in Spanish elicited thundering applause and brought the protesters to their feet. The protesters remained standing, turned their backs on Mr. Stewart for the remainder of his remarks, and drowned him out by chanting, "Wrap it up, wrap it up!" Mr. Stewart appeared unfazed by their behavior. He simply smiled and bellowed, "No wonder you don't know what you're talking about."

That's a new one to me, a "black white supremacist". I don't think these idiots are even representative of the open border crowd, they were carrying signs in English and Arabic and the large banner was sponsored by the Mexican Communist party.

Anonymous said...

Now I know why they are called "Minutemen". They sure got off the stage. Funny.

But honestly, other than the student's supressing free speech of a Ku Klux Klan offshoot, who cares except you Klansmen and Bill O'really?

There are nut jobs on both sides of the debate. There are those on your side that have been shooting Latinos down in Arizona and New Mexico. They don't just supress people , they kill them. No wonder that group of Columbia Students don't want them on campus.

As for the students acting like bozos is no different than the tirade I saw a group of minuteklan members yelling the words "beaners" and "wetbacks" to a couple of American citizens of arab dissent. Your brethren are so xenophobic, they don't even know or care to get their racial slurs correct.

If you want a video, here is on from Florida, with a guy who calls himself a Conservative Republican acting like a complete foaming at the mouth idiot. Link

Enjoy!

Anonymous said...

Is this face of conservatism 2006? This video is for Broadband:

LINK

R Huse said...

Those on the left who are seriously interested in defending their ideas or promoting them should be the first to express disgust at this sort of behaviour. The left has a unique place, unrivaled in world history, for shouting down ideas and often killing those who disagree with them. From The Soviets, to the Nazis, China, the Khmer Rouge, North Korea history is replete with examples of exactly this sort of behaviour from the left wing. They should be a little sensitive to that fact and maybe act with the same decency they demand of others. This display did everything to confirm that in the end, leftists always have been and always will be about crushing opposition with force rather than the power of their ideas.

Bryan Saxton said...

R Huse:

I think you have conservative and liberal mixed up. No thinking political scientist would call the Nazis, Khmer Rouge, or the Soviet government left wing.

Anonymous said...

The face of the Republican Party: Bigots, Pedophiles and Swindlers.

Governor, Republicans criticize state lawmaker for racist e-mail
The Associated Press

Published: October 11, 2006


PHOENIX An Arizona state lawmaker who used a pejorative against Mexican immigrants is again under fire for sending supporters information from a white separatist group.

Republican Rep. Russell Pearce has apologized for sending the e-mail about the National Alliance, a West Virginia group that considers Jewish people its enemy and frowns at mixing people of different races. But that has not stopped criticism from all directions, including state Republican leaders.

Arizona Republican Chairman Matt Salmon called the e-mail a "severe mistake" while U.S. Rep. J.D. Hayworth says he no longer supports Pearce in his re-election bid.

"Given the regrettable and disturbing nature of the e-mail Russell Pearce circulated earlier this week, I cannot in good conscience lend my endorsement to his candidacy for State Representative," Hayworth said in a statement.

"While Russell has issued an apology for his e-mail, I nonetheless will not be associated with any communication that contains anti-Semitic remarks."

The article, entitled "Who Rules America? The Alien Grip on Our News and Entertainment Media Must Be Broken," lashes out at how the media portrays "any racially conscious White person who looks askance at miscegenation or at the rapidly darkening racial situation in America."

Pearce said he immediately sent two apologies to supporters after sending the e-mail. He claimed not to know what the group was and that he had not read the entire article before copying it into his e-mail.

"My heart is really hurt to think something like that would go out under my name," Pearce said Tuesday. "I was very embarrassed I didn't have better diligence and read the whole article."

Democratic Gov. Janet Napolitano said Pearce's remarks show "an accelerating pattern" of extremism.

In a radio interview last month, Pearce called to revive a massive 1950s deportation program for illegal immigrants, using the name "Operation Wetback." Pearce refused to apologize for using the word "wetback" — a pejorative against Mexican immigrants that many consider offensive.

"I think it's becoming clear that Russell Pearce is out of the mainstream of Arizona," Napolitano said Wednesday at her weekly media availability.

"He doesn't speak for Arizonans. He's so far to the right that his contribution to public discourse is limited."

PHOENIX An Arizona state lawmaker who used a pejorative against Mexican immigrants is again under fire for sending supporters information from a white separatist group.

Republican Rep. Russell Pearce has apologized for sending the e-mail about the National Alliance, a West Virginia group that considers Jewish people its enemy and frowns at mixing people of different races. But that has not stopped criticism from all directions, including state Republican leaders.

Arizona Republican Chairman Matt Salmon called the e-mail a "severe mistake" while U.S. Rep. J.D. Hayworth says he no longer supports Pearce in his re-election bid.

"Given the regrettable and disturbing nature of the e-mail Russell Pearce circulated earlier this week, I cannot in good conscience lend my endorsement to his candidacy for State Representative," Hayworth said in a statement.

"While Russell has issued an apology for his e-mail, I nonetheless will not be associated with any communication that contains anti-Semitic remarks."

The article, entitled "Who Rules America? The Alien Grip on Our News and Entertainment Media Must Be Broken," lashes out at how the media portrays "any racially conscious White person who looks askance at miscegenation or at the rapidly darkening racial situation in America."

Pearce said he immediately sent two apologies to supporters after sending the e-mail. He claimed not to know what the group was and that he had not read the entire article before copying it into his e-mail.

"My heart is really hurt to think something like that would go out under my name," Pearce said Tuesday. "I was very embarrassed I didn't have better diligence and read the whole article."

Democratic Gov. Janet Napolitano said Pearce's remarks show "an accelerating pattern" of extremism.

In a radio interview last month, Pearce called to revive a massive 1950s deportation program for illegal immigrants, using the name "Operation Wetback." Pearce refused to apologize for using the word "wetback" — a pejorative against Mexican immigrants that many consider offensive.

"I think it's becoming clear that Russell Pearce is out of the mainstream of Arizona," Napolitano said Wednesday at her weekly media availability.

"He doesn't speak for Arizonans. He's so far to the right that his contribution to public discourse is limited."

Anonymous said...

IT WAS LITERALLY CALLED "OPERATION WETBACK" HE IS CORRECT. This was a U.S. Government deportation program. We deported over 1 million Illegal Aliens from Mexico (see it can be done).
That is a term even Mexicans use in reference to swimming the Rio Grande.

Pearce is very outspoken about the invasion and even Pres. Bush's wife campaigned against him in support of the open border republican, BUT Pearce WON the nomination anyhow.
He DOES speak for most Arizonas.

Napilitano has tried to block every portion of Prop 200, She supports Mexicans over Arizonas.

Anonymous said...

Oh, those wild and crazy Democrats!!

www.strangecosmos.com/content/item/7281.html

Anonymous said...

fugem

bjdorr said...

Let's catapult the Mexicans back over the border.