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    Conservatives take to the street and violently attack police- break windows- throw rocks....

    Wait... never mind. It's not conservatives. It's anti-capitalist, anti-big business, anti-military folks. What side of the political spectrum are those people on again?

    I'm sure Pelosi won't shed a tear over this. Unless of course, she can somehow claim it's right-wing violence.
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    Those are all teabaggers disguised to tarnish the good liberal name.

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    • #3
      Again we see the radical left's hypocrisy in action. No outrage over the rocks thrown at cops, the windows broken, etc., etc......But put grandma in front of a mic at a town hall meeting and you got Chris (I feel a tingle running up my leg for Obama) Mathews warning that town hall protesters and talk show hosts will be the ones responsible if some nut takes a shot at the president. No wonder Obama gets along so well with those madmen Achmedthenutjob, Qaddafi, and Chavez. The left in this country has gone utterly mad. They are all birds of a feather.


      Sean Hannity just interviewed two PIT students involved in the protest. If I'm not mistaken, one of them said she was in a PHD program. She said she wouldn't participate in the violence but she wouldn't condemn it either. I don't recall her name but I like to think of her as future Dr. Dimwit.

      The word "clueless" doesn't even begin to describe what looked to me to be their utter ignorance regarding the American way of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.

      In essence they expressed a share and share alike view on how the economy should be run, in other words, the basic tenets of Marxism. One of them defended the protester's violence as them excercising their freedom of speech and their desire to be heard.

      In my opinion they displayed a total lack of understanding of freedom and the necessary part free enterprise plays in any free nation. Sean Hannity tried to explain it to them in a very simple and basic way and it appeared it was totally beyond their grasp. I believe their parents should ask for their tuition money back. Somehow these two (at least one of them) made it all the way to graduate school level without learning much about the American system.
      Listening to them seemed to validate my assertion that the schools today are doing far more indoctrinating than educating.
      Last edited by JPR; 09-26-2009, 12:54 AM.
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      • #4
        It is a shame that these people are doing what they are doing. Will I blame the Left, no, they are the fringe destructive side that cloak themselves in the Liberal agenda because that agenda is closer to theres.

        There is no talking sense to those people just as there is no sense in trying to talk sense into conspiracy theorists. As long as there ranks do not continue to swell we really do not have much to worry about. Unfortunately though, I do see there ranks swelling in the not to distant future as I look at my wives younger siblings and the people they hang out with and the attitudes they have toward corporations, capitalism, police, etc...

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        • #5
          Originally posted by FNA209 View Post
          What side of the political spectrum are those people on again?
          Just like the freaks that want to bomb abortion clinics and that stock up on ammo in preparation for the impending 2nd U.S. civil war, these reality-challenged individuals are so far on the fringe of the spectrum they can't possibly be taken seriously as far as their politics go. Just like I don't take violent christian fundamentalists as examples of the average conservative, one wouldn't do well to consider these morons to be the left's average members.

          I lived in PGH for years. I grew up just outside Allegheny county.
          Pittsburgh has a surprisingly high number of anarchists living there, I'm sorry to say. I knew a number of them personally (I'm also sorry to say).

          For the most part, they are nearly all at least slightly mentally ill and in almost all cases are spoiled young adults who grew up in middle or upper-middle class homes. Going to college has little or nothing to do with it. That just means they're well-educated spoiled, mentally ill fools. It's their rebellion against mommy and daddy that can't ever go far enough as far as they're concerned. Many of them are thrill-seeking types, too, who seem to think of clashing with riot cops as some sort of extreme sport.

          Having the G-20 in the 'Burgh is an effing dream come true for these idiots.
          "The ultimate result of shielding men from the effects of folly, is to fill the world with fools." - Herbert Spencer

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          • #6
            Baton sandwich
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            I won't say anything mean to you because you're obviously retarded. I don't know if you will understand or comprehend what everyone is saying to you, so put it this way: The internet is bad, bad place. No go, no go. Computer bad, no login. Stay home, eat sour patch kids- yum yum. No talk to no one. Stay home. Internet is bad, stay away. Bye, bye.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Goose71 View Post
              Just like the freaks that want to bomb abortion clinics and that stock up on ammo in preparation for the impending 2nd U.S. civil war, these reality-challenged individuals are so far on the fringe of the spectrum they can't possibly be taken seriously as far as their politics go. Just like I don't take violent christian fundamentalists as examples of the average conservative, one wouldn't do well to consider these morons to be the left's average members.
              How many of those have their been?
              How can you compare a few individuals to a movement? And you're equating it to people stocking up on ammo?

              Pretty thin stuff there.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Goose71 View Post
                Just like the freaks that want to bomb abortion clinics and that stock up on ammo in preparation for the impending 2nd U.S. civil war, these reality-challenged individuals are so far on the fringe of the spectrum they can't possibly be taken seriously as far as their politics go. Just like I don't take violent christian fundamentalists as examples of the average conservative, one wouldn't do well to consider these morons to be the left's average members.
                This is something the government would do well to listen to. When the lunatic left gets upset they go out form a mob and have a protest, which sometimes turns violent. These violent protests normally are not organized any injury or damage is random.

                The radical right extremists not only go out and protest, but they are organized into military type units and have purchased firearms and a lot of ammo and are well trained on how to use them. If they decide to get violent there will be many more dead people, and not just uninvolved citizens walking by, but many government officials. Personally, I'd much rather **** of a liberal than an armed populace that knows how to use their weapons.
                But when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same object, evinces a design to reduce them under absolute Despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such Government, and to provide new guards for their future security.

                For the intelectually challenged: If the government screws the people enough, it is the right and responsibility of the people to revolt and form a new government.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by JasperST View Post
                  Those are all teabaggers disguised to tarnish the good liberal name.
                  I still love the word "teabagger". It reminds me of high school
                  I make my living on Irish welfare.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by kc12 View Post
                    The radical right extremists not only go out and protest, but they are organized into military type units and have purchased firearms and a lot of ammo and are well trained on how to use them. If they decide to get violent there will be many more dead people, and not just uninvolved citizens walking by, but many government officials. Personally, I'd much rather **** of a liberal than an armed populace that knows how to use their weapons.
                    The radical right I'm familiar with organizes the occasional potluck picnic. I wouldn't call militant armed rebels the radical right.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by JasperST View Post
                      The radical right I'm familiar with organizes the occasional potluck picnic. I wouldn't call militant armed rebels the radical right.

                      I'm very curious to know what you would call them, and what side of the political spectrum you think these guys fall on.
                      "The ultimate result of shielding men from the effects of folly, is to fill the world with fools." - Herbert Spencer

                      "Religions do make claims about the universe--the same kinds of claims that scientists make, except they're usually false."

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Goose71 View Post
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                        For the most part, they are nearly all at least slightly mentally ill and in almost all cases are spoiled young adults who grew up in middle or upper-middle class homes. Going to college has little or nothing to do with it. That just means they're well-educated spoiled, mentally ill fools. It's their rebellion against mommy and daddy that can't ever go far enough as far as they're concerned. Many of them are thrill-seeking types, too, who seem to think of clashing with riot cops as some sort of extreme sport.....................
                        Wow, that is almost identical to what I recently posted to describe the protesters of the sixties who have since seized control of our government, the press, academia, and Hollywood.


                        Originally posted by Goose71 View Post
                        .....................Just like I don't take violent Christian fundamentalists as examples of the average conservative, one wouldn't do well to consider these morons to be the left's average members. .....................

                        Wow, I must have missed that newswire. I've never seen a violent Christian protest. Could you please post a link?
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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by JasperST View Post
                          How many of those have their been?
                          How can you compare a few individuals to a movement? And you're equating it to people stocking up on ammo?

                          Pretty thin stuff there.
                          No, I'm not equating it to a few people stocking up on ammo. If you read the post I said that people who stock up on ammo BECAUSE THEY BELIEVE A 2ND U.S. CIVIL WAR IS AT HAND are "Reality Challenged". Would you like to debate that?

                          Also, I went out of my way to point out that these freaks in Pittsburgh aren't any real kind of movement. Pittsburgh has an unusually high number of them, but that they aren't representative of any serious political group.

                          And as far as the number of violent Christian fundamentalists? I don't know how many members the United Klans of America boast, but I'd start with them. I hear they're pretty bad. From their website:

                          "Welcome to the Ku Klux Klan!

                          The Knights Party, USA

                          Bringing a Message of Hope and Deliverance to White Christian America!

                          The hatred for our children and their future is growing and is being fueled every single day. Keep loving your heritage and keep witnessing to others that there is a better way than a war torn, violent, wicked, socialist, new world order. That way is the Christian way - law and order - love of family - love of nation. These are the principles of western Christian civilization.
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                          "The ultimate result of shielding men from the effects of folly, is to fill the world with fools." - Herbert Spencer

                          "Religions do make claims about the universe--the same kinds of claims that scientists make, except they're usually false."

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Goose71 View Post
                            I'm very curious to know what you would call them, and what side of the political spectrum you think these guys fall on.
                            I think they fall on the right for the most part, however they're a para-military offshoot. Taking up arms against your own government doesn't represent any conservative values that I know of. They would be right wing extremists but I objected to calling them the radical right.
                            Last edited by JasperST; 09-26-2009, 10:31 AM.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Goose71 View Post
                              ............................
                              And as far as the number of violent Christian fundamentalists? I don't know how many members the United Klans of America boast, but I'd start with them. I hear they're pretty bad. From their website:

                              "Welcome to the Ku Klux Klan!

                              The Knights Party, USA

                              Bringing a Message of Hope and Deliverance to White Christian America!

                              The hatred for our children and their future is growing and is being fueled every single day. Keep loving your heritage and keep witnessing to others that there is a better way than a war torn, violent, wicked, socialist, new world order. That way is the Christian way - law and order - love of family - love of nation. These are the principles of western Christian civilization.
                              "
                              There is nothing Christian about the Klan. The fact that they throw the word around does not make them members of the Christian family.
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                              America gave Obama the benefit of the doubt when they elected him. Obama is now giving America the doubt of the benefit of his governance......Change you can bereave in!..JPR

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