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Not surprising a wingnut, busy being divisive, would leave that word out.
OK, I wonder what the REAL estimate of the crowd was?I wouldn't rely on an estimate by Fox on how many pinheads were on the head of a pin.
I read that NBC estimated that the crowd at noon EST was between 3,000 and 3,500 - certainly not the three million that FOX News spouted.
That phrase, "under God" that was added to the Pledge of Allegiance in 1954 was proposed and pushed by the infamous Family, most recently known for C-Street scandals. Reading the book of the same name, The Family, has been enlightening and sobering. These screwballs are not only dangerous in their emotional patriotism, they are ignorant of our nation's history - a lethal combination. When will their madness end? I hope it does not end in violence but I fear it might given the limited mentality of these "leaders" of the tea party schemes.
Apparently, Don Young made a rare appearance at this event:"I've been a big supporter of tea parties and public interest in government," Young said of his attendance at the rally.
"These screwballs are not only dangerous in their emotional patriotism,"Oh is that dangerous like killing 12 US soldiers and wounding 30 others ?Surprised this blog didn't mention Obama's little gaffe today...addressing the Indian Nation conference he laughs, gives a "shout out" to someone in the crowd and ONLY THEN does he mention the murders in Texas. So I guess the PA headline should read "Marxist Community-Organizer-in-Chief Flubs Effort to send appropriate message to American People".
Hey Phil - it's too bad you have a commentor on most of your posts that obviously lurks on your site only to start a fight so to speak. The text shows the same name calling, trash talking, unintelligent, uninformed, fantasy with Palin, Faux loving idiot. If the idiot is looking for any kind of credability then it is quickly lost because the text is like listening to the drunk yelling in the bar, you just hope he leaves soon and doesn't get behind the wheel. But this idiot is obviously trying to get under everyone's skin, espicially yours, and looking for an reaction. I enjoy reading your writing and your site and will continue to do so, skipping over the idiot's stupidity.Keep up the good work for the yelling drunk will eventually go to another site where he can piss on someone else's parade.
"The text shows the same name calling, trash talking, unintelligent, uninformed, fantasy with Palin, Faux loving idiot."So calling Palin "crazy woman" and conservative Americans "teabaggers" isn't "name calling", "unintelligent""trash talking" or "uniformed " ??? And saying "Faux News" instead of FOX News is obviously the work of a highly sophisticated, mature adult ??This site is your idea of mature debate ?? And judging by your sycophantic comments above it sounds like you're all for "teabagging" Phil yourself. If you know what I mean, nudge, nudge.Just nod if your head if your mouth is full (hey, if it works for Anderson Cooper and PA thinks it's cool then let's embrace the term). I think the term is vile but PA thinks he can justify calling millions of decent Americans by the name so let's all join in.
eh, if fox is calling what they are doing "news", they are the ones who should be ashamed and embarrassed -- not any of us.
Please provide evidence of Fox News not supplying news on their News programs. If you mean they aren't part of the liberal MSM who think that "teabagging" Obama constitutes reporting the news then you're right.Unlike CNN, CBS, MSNBC, NBC & ABC, Fox believe in speaking truth to power...which is why their News attracts more viewers than all the liberal networks put together. People are sick of the MSM being a mouthpiece for the DNC. Fox actually believe in the slogan that leftists only pay lip service to..."dissent is patriotic".
The words "Fox" and News" should never be used in the same sentence. To do so is an oxymoron.
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