Thursday, March 25, 2010


I don't care who it is- It is un-American to commit violence against those you politically disagree with. And a good point was made on Cavuto today: not only is it wrong, it's in-effective. He interviewed a tea party organizer who spoke at length about American hero Martin Luther King.

They used violence against him. What was the result? The public turned against the perpetrators while King's followers remained peaceful and so won the day.

The left knows this. The Democrats were the people committing the acts of violence towards Americans of African descent.

So the government media is extensively reporting a couple demonstrable acts and hoards of others that are claimed without any evidence. If they can succeed in painting the patriots protesting the destruction of America as violent, they will get the public on their side.

But attacks against those who opposed Obama care? Can you hear the crickets?

Republican Jean Schmidt received death threats, reported by The Times-Dispatch and The Hill.

FOX News: Republican Rep. Eric Cantor said Thursday that his Richmond campaign office has been shot at and that he’s received “threatening e-mails”

Violence has been part and parcel of the left ever since Karl Marx. But that isn't reported.

After all, the left kills because the care.

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