White supremacists, protestors rally around Arch, trade insults
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#1 Apr 20, 2009
Well the definitely should be
on Napolitano's "list."
#2 Apr 20, 2009
HA HA HA! Thats funny. 100 protestors as apposed to tea parties in hundreds of places with hundreds of people at each one. I cant wait till Forth of July. Gonna get my signs ready now. i wonder why all the dems didnt jump on that bandwagon. Maybe it would be too obvious...lol.
#3 Apr 20, 2009
I agree. I also found the "citizens" trained
to assist L.E. interesting. We should be
doing this in every town!
Now that we're all on Napolitano's list, I plan
on using my First Amendment Rights even more-so
#4 Apr 20, 2009
We had 10,000 at the Tea Party in St. Louis but did the local news cover it as a lead story? NO, they did NOT. One channel did NOT even say anything about the Tea Party.
But of course they were jumping over each other to cover the NSM group of 100 people. They were even promoting it as a story day(s) before it happened.
#5 Apr 20, 2009
I think it would be more productive to ignore that trash, than to protest them. I'm sure they enjoy the attention.
#6 Apr 20, 2009
Just one more reason why I only
watch Fox News Channel, although
they're that right-wing station
with #1 view ratings! lol
One local channel where I live started
out "those so-called Tea Parties."
The reporter's cat claws were out
with a snide voice! Oh well!
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