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REPOST: Obama team calls in Riot Police, helmets and all (Video)

Riot Police?  For the unruly Wall Street Protesters?  Oh, no – the Tea Party.  Remember this?

Just was reminded of this as Obama embraces his followers down on Wall Street. 

Remember the media reaction to the huge and peaceful tea party rallies and how they hated it?  Imagine if even ONE had to be arrested, but out of all of it there was not one arrest.  It is so predictable that now the media, democrats, and Obama are siding with this bunch.  And if the police have a problem with them, it is the police’s fault.

Well, this is just further proof of media bias and which side they are on.  But for approximately 70 percent of the people in this country, further proof is not even necessary.

REPOST from April, 2010:


This is one of the most hilarious things I have ever seen.  The SWAT team in full gear called in to “control” the tea party people outside the Oakley-Lindsay Center in Quincey, Illinois, where Obama spoke today.  I am still laughing.  Somebody is wasting a lot of money here.

UPDATE:  Snipers on the rooftop.  Pictures Here.  Scroll down for new video at the bottom.   I kinda stopped laughing when I saw this today.  This is outrageous at a peaceful demonstration.  Intimidation and the chilling of free speech by the government, the Obama administration at war with the law-abiding citizens of the United States.

Look at this “violence.”  I ain’t never…..  :)   :)

Sad, sad, sad.  Lady Liberty cries.  The Obama police state.  Laughing no more.

See some more pictures:

Posted:  04.28.10  Update:  04.29.10 12:30 p.m.  New video 12:44 p.m.  Repost:  10.06.11 @ 12:28 p.m.

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A Rosh Hashanah message from Jersey

I wonder if this is how it felt in Sodom, and Gomorrah, the day before the fire and brimstone fell from the sky…

We have been warned.

Posted: 09.29.11 @ 6:23 p.m.

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