Are you seeing any of the coverage of the high school kid's protesting right now?
I thought the tea partiers were supposed to be the violent, extremist faction that would incite riots and cause another civil war? I wonder why this evidence to the contrary isn't being carried on national news?
Here's a gem from some libtard:
Yes, the governor signing a bill which passed the legislature is an act of violence which requires them to defend themselves by throwing water bottles at police officers. I'm sure in some kind of drug fueled daydream land that makes perfect sense."The act of violence started when they signed that bill," said Mario Escobar, a 32-year-old graduate student at Arizona State University. "By signing that bill, Arizona officially became a fascist state."
Last edited by malloc; 04-23-2010 at 07:25 PM.
kinda reminds me of when I was in High school and a guy got busted for having pot in his car. He was expelled (police dog found it while doing a search for someone elses shit).
All the druggies protested because they "unfairly" searched his car, even though it was a school policy to bring the dogs in every once in a while and the car was on school property.
The fact that the rule of law means nothing to liberals makes my head spin. Do you think that they would be making this much of a stink if these illegals were potential Republican voters?
I think what people are overlooking here is how bad the indoctrination in the schools really has become. You have a conservative state and the kids are protesting upholding the law? Sounds to me like the schools need to be cleaned out.
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