Sunday, September 13, 2009

Teabaggers 9/12 and assorted astroturfing, American Idiot, and Billionaires for Wealthcare

A nation of teabaggers, controlled by the media

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Billionaires for Wealthcare

By the way, Patients First is a project of Americans for Prosperity™:

One of the key conservative interests groups helping to organize the town hall protests we’ve been covering. The speaker repeats the debunked conservative canard that Democratic health care reform will mandate physician assisted suicide. “Adolf Hitler issued six million end of life orders–he called his program the final solution. I kind of wonder what we’re going to call ours.”

And after comparing Democratic health care reform efforts to the murderous regimes of Hitler, Stalin, and Pol Pot, the speaker advises his audience to “go to offices of members of Congress and put the fear of god in them.”


And yes, it is past time to put up the cobag tag.


From the fine folks at Wizbang, who are expert countermentaters:

Thomas Lifson quoted Dan Bana, a spokesman for the National Parks Service, as saying that the 9/12 protest was "a record ... We believe it is the largest event held in Washington, D.C., ever."





zombie rotten mcdonald said...

those guys are not fat enough to be billionaires.

tigris said...

Billionaires can afford the daily liposuction required to maintain their svelte figures.

Another Kiwi said...

Teh stupids. Those are the hired helps doing the protest for the big people.

J— said...

Our death panels turn a profit.

M. Bouffant said...

Digging that, other than the march, which filled what, five blocks max. of whatever street, nowhere else in the photos o'er the web were the 'baggers very tightly packed, not even when gathered around the reflecting cement pond.

Tightly wound, yes, but never cheek to jowl ...

Another Kiwi said...

Oh nice catch Thunder. He had no idea why Kibba lied out of his arse.
Malkin, of course, sucked it up like a good little 'bot.
In the words of, possibly, the greatest 20th century American Philosopher "Hah Hah"

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

Nelson Muntz: Philosopher-King, or Poet-Warrior in the Classical sense?

This I will ponder in my sleep.

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

John Boehner is the front man for Band Tanna.

zombie rotten mcdonald said...

yeah, 500,000. right.

Summerfest, which you may have heard me talk about, generally draws 80 or 90 K on any given day. On really really big days, it may get as high as 120,000.

To accomodate that many people, there are thousands of parking spaces, hundreds of buses, several hundred toilet fixtures (some fixed, some Portos) and many many food and drink vendors. And the eleven acre site is packed, barely allowing movement. Not to mention the small army of maintenance workers, and the vast array of public, private, and plainclothes security folk.

exiting the site takes at least an hour and a half, WITH many police officers controlling traffic.

So where was all of that?

What a bunch of idiots. it's like they've never experienced dense masses of people.... O right. They haven't.

It always reminds me of my in-laws, who are some kind of misanthropes, and only want to move farther and farther from their fellow human beans.

The 'baggers live in their disconnected trailer courts and cul-de-sacced greenburbs, and think they have achieved some pinnacle of existence. Of course, to do so, they have to devalue and demonize the vitality and livability of urban environments like New York or Paris.

I apologize for the lack of funny or snark in this comment.

Substance McGravitas said...

it's like they've never experienced dense masses of people.... O right. They haven't.

The counter here is "Yes they have."

zombie rotten mcdonald said...

O substance, there's a world of difference between experiencing dense masses of people, and being a mass of dense people....

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...


Now pass the wine, plz.

Glennis said...

The "signs the media doesn't want you to see." - uh, yeah. Right. Whatever.

Show 'em. Bring 'em on. Bring on the stupid.

Brando said...

Conservatives: You can't trust the Obama-run media unless they hyperinflate the number of conservatives attending an anti-Obama protest by a factor of 10, even in cases where they don't report those numbers for reals.

Another Kiwi said...

Er, just me of course and my lefty eyes. But are there any black people that hold up stupid signs at the stupid marches?
I am being serious, why is this? Do black people not get sick or not pay taxes or something? Or do they not feel happy in the tea bagger movement?
Outsider question, you see.

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

Another Kiwi, I have a link for you.

Lawnguylander said...

Ask not for whom the wizbaggers do not rate. They do not rate for you.