Tag Archives: Eugene Robinson

Mosque supporter curses old man – Pataki tries reason on Chris Matthews

First video is an example of a “loving liberal” mosque supporter cursing out an old man.  Talk about hate speech, anti-Semitism, bigoted intolerance of other opinions, and just plain meanness, this seems to be the spirit of the far left radicals.  Warning:  numerous obscenities are not bleeped out.

Below, Chris Matthews takes on Former Governor of New York, Pataki.  Using reason, Pataki won the debate against Matthews and Eugene Robinson hands down on every point.

See Newsbusters for the full video and a complete transcript.

And about Rauf being at Daniel Pearl’s funeral, Daniel’s father says “move the mosque.”.


Posted:  08.26.10


Filed under Church, Human Interest, Media, patriotism

Tea Party rally in Denver, Colorado

Tea Party Rally in Denver yesterday

National Guard called out!  Massive destruction and vandalism.  Fights broke out in the streets. Arrests made. “Hate speech spewed.”

Not really. 🙂

This is a vicious looking group, isn’t it?  Just look at ’em.  The folks Washington Post “journalist” Eugene Robinson has called:

“far-right, militia-type groups that identify themselves as white supremacists, “constitutionalists,” tax protesters and religious soldiers determined to kill people to uphold “Christian” values……The danger of political violence in this country comes overwhelmingly from one direction — the right, not the left. The vitriolic, anti-government hate speech that is spewed on talk radio every day — and, quite regularly, at tea party rallies — is calibrated not to inform but to incite.”

[And this is not hate speech? Pure vitriol.  I’m not going to link to his slander of American citizens, but it’s there, if anybody wants to search it.]

The blogger who posted the pictures said the crowd was about as threatening as the group at his child’s kindergarten graduation.  But that doesn’t stop “Eugene.”

See some more pictures here.  (Thanks so much “Safety Hammock” for sharing your photos)

75.3 % in this county voted for Obama in the presidential election.

Posted:  04.01.10


Filed under Barack Obama, Human Interest, Media, politics, Uncategorized