Sunday, September 13, 2009

Don't Tread On Me!

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I went to Washington, D.C. yesterday for the 9/12 rally at Capitol Hill. It was an existential experience!

Finally, the silent majority is speaking up, and the leftist, liberal lunatics that have been running the show for so long (regardless of who's been President), especially in the mainstream media, are cowering in fear.

It's time for evil and corruption to stand aside....God is on the march in America!

The highlight of my protest experience was when I happened to be in the right place at the right time to video patriot Tim Jones hounding some ACORN folk out of the rally who were trying to sell Gadsden "Don't Tread On Me" flags to the crowd to benefit their utterly corrupt, government-backed enterprise. This ACORN tactic failed as catastrophically as their efforts to provide business and tax advice to a couple of young, intrepid reporters that posed as a pimp and prostitute trying to start a brothel in Baltimore with a dozen underage girls to be trafficked in from El Salvador:

Here's what I had to say about the incident:

As for protesting protesters, this is what it should look like:

Message to ACORN and those favoring faith in government as a solution to America's ills: DON'T TREAD ON ME!

The Gadsden flag is a historical American flag with a yellow field depicting a rattlesnake coiled and ready to strike. Positioned below the snake is the legend "Don't Tread on Me". The flag was designed by and is named after American general and statesman Christopher Gadsden. It was also used by The United States Marine Corps as an early motto flag.

The use of the timber rattlesnake as a symbol of the American colonies can be traced back to the publications of Benjamin Franklin. In 1751, he made the first reference to the rattlesnake in a satirical commentary published in his Pennsylvania Gazette. It had been the policy of Britain to send convicted criminals to America, and Franklin suggested that they thank the British by sending rattlesnakes to England. The words "DON'T TREAD ON ME" mean liberty. (Wikipedia)

The 9/12 rally at the U.S. Capitol was, of course, huge.

How big was it? Well, as Michelle Malkin reports, estimates range from thousands to over a million, depending on the political slant of the news coverage, but no one seems to really know with any degree of certainty, and, regardless of its size, it seems that the protest never occurred given the almost universal lack of coverage in the mainstream media except, of course, on the right-wing extremist network of Fox News.

About the only liberal news reporter I could find at the D.C. rally was Max Blumenthal, a video journalist wannabe who thought it'd be fun to interview protesters to expose their conservative naivete. Well, unfortunately for Max and his tag along camera gal, the only naivete exposed was their own as a war veteran from Afghanistan and Iraq served the dynamic, leftist duo a decent serving of humble pie for trying to share their nickelodeon political stupidity with freedom-loving American patriots:

Probably the most touching part of the event for me was when the crowd sang The Star Spangled Banner.

The attempt at song was, admittedly, imprecise, but in my eyes the harmony of our national anthem was as beautiful as could be in that it was being sung by Americans from all walks of life, who believe deeply in the merits of liberty and the principles upheld by our nation's founding fathers, coming together at the Capitol to make a stand against the insidious dark forces of social corruption and political malfeasance destroying our country.

What does Senator Chris Dodd, my state representative, think of all this?

Here's what his campaign manager had to say:

“The great thing about the far right wing, extreme group of tea-baggers who have entertained us throughout the summer is that their idea of free speech is akin to shouting down opposition, drowning out debate, and in Connecticut, encouraging Sen. Dodd to commit suicide with painkillers and alcohol,” Howser said. “No responsible American, regardless of their political beliefs, thinks that this fringe element has anything valuable to offer to our country’s discourse or debate.”

On this note, I'd like to present a picture of me from the April 15th Tax Day rally on the steps of the Connecticut state capitol building:

I was yelling, "You're fired!", to Mr. Dodd.

Now I must return to gnawing on raw meat in my cave...

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