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posted on Apr, 2 2010 @ 11:54 AM
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Originally posted by sickofitall2012
reply to post by TheImmaculateD1
 

Wow. How so completely wrong you are, I don't know where to begin.



To hurl bricks through office windows of United States Congressmen and Congresswomen, to call people like Rep. James Clyburn (R-SC), Rep. Bill Clay (D-MO), Rep. Charles Rangel (D-NY), Rep. Ed Towns (D-NY), Rep. Don Lewis (D-GA), Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA), Rep. Sanford Bishop (D-GA), Rep. Corrine Brown (D-GA), Rep. Alcee Hastings (D-FL), Rep. Eddie Johnson (D-TX), Rep. Bobby Rush (D-IL), Rep. Robert Scott (D-IL) and any other sitting African American House member by the "N" word is hateful and racist and shows how racist the overall movement is. Flush elements like this. Calling Rep. Barney Frank (D-MA) by the f word and calling him a fruitcake as well as other Anti Homosexual terms is hateful and harmful. Especially when he was leaving the grounds with his Partner and he almost broke out in tears on The Rachel Maddow show about a week or so back. To call up members of Congress and threaten their lives does nothing positive.

FYI, there have been threats against congressmen for a very long time, THIS IS NOTHING NEW. You forgot to mention the Virginia congressmen that had a bullet fired threw his window. He is Republican.
Where is the proof that these things were said? There's not any, other than the lying msm you listen to. You really need to look around you and research these things ON YOUR OWN. Go to a tea party rally and let us see the video you get of all the "terrorists" engaged in the abominable behaviors you and others are accusing them of. Until then, stop trolling please.


The downward trajectory of the bullet as confirmed by the local PD confirms it wasn't an intentional shot aimed at Rep. Eric Cantor (R-NC)'s office.

Ever since the Tea Party has surfaced these have been happening, coincidence? I think not.




posted on Apr, 2 2010 @ 02:38 PM
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Originally posted by whatukno
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The largest Tea Party group is TeaPartyPatriots.com. Name someone associated with the website who they should flush out but don't. Just one, as an example.


Sarah Palin.


Is Sarah Palin a racist or a terrorist? If not then the Tea Party should not boot her out. Of course she should be booed and not let anywhere near the podium since she would triple the government size if it were up to her on the account of wanting to start a bunch of wars for profit , bridges to nowhere, or possibly fund helicopter-platform hunting for her relatives, but still that is nothing like the "racist terrorists" that supposedly are being allowed to continue as part of the tea party.

[edit on 2-4-2010 by truthquest]



posted on Apr, 2 2010 @ 03:08 PM
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Originally posted by TheImmaculateD1
Violent acts against either persons or property is an act of terrorism like it or not. Learn what the law reads before you try and poke holes in it.


Wrong. Its not acceptable to use a treasonous piece of toilet paper labeled the "patriot act" as a legitimate source. Terrorism, as people actually use the word, means attacking people in an effort to scaring them into compliance. Laws that are in clear & obvious violation of higher laws are not valid, nor if they were valid would it matter because ATS isn't a courtroom and therefore legal definitions are (even more) irrelevant.

There is already a word for violence against property. It is called "vandalism". The whole effort by people such as yourself to label vandals "terrorists" its so you can box them and write them off as inferior.

As for actually reading the "patriot act", you must be kidding. I don't have time to read the hundreds of thousands of pages of laws that are so insultingly verbose as to create an effective anarchy though the physical impossibility of knowing the laws. I'm not a lawyer or legislator and therefore reading laws in an environment with millions of words worth of laws is a total waste of time.

Back to the point, I want you to name names. Who is committing or clearly encouraging violent acts in the tea party movement that needs to get kicked out? Who in the Tea Party movement is advocating racism at the rallies who has not been kicked out? The only mistake the Tea Party is making is to allow speakers who support the Iraq war to speak at the events.

[edit on 2-4-2010 by truthquest]



posted on Apr, 3 2010 @ 02:16 AM
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Originally posted by truthquest

Originally posted by TheImmaculateD1
Violent acts against either persons or property is an act of terrorism like it or not. Learn what the law reads before you try and poke holes in it.


Wrong. Its not acceptable to use a treasonous piece of toilet paper labeled the "patriot act" as a legitimate source. Terrorism, as people actually use the word, means attacking people in an effort to scaring them into compliance. Laws that are in clear & obvious violation of higher laws are not valid, nor if they were valid would it matter because ATS isn't a courtroom and therefore legal definitions are (even more) irrelevant.

There is already a word for violence against property. It is called "vandalism". The whole effort by people such as yourself to label vandals "terrorists" its so you can box them and write them off as inferior.

As for actually reading the "patriot act", you must be kidding. I don't have time to read the hundreds of thousands of pages of laws that are so insultingly verbose as to create an effective anarchy though the physical impossibility of knowing the laws. I'm not a lawyer or legislator and therefore reading laws in an environment with millions of words worth of laws is a total waste of time.

Back to the point, I want you to name names. Who is committing or clearly encouraging violent acts in the tea party movement that needs to get kicked out? Who in the Tea Party movement is advocating racism at the rallies who has not been kicked out? The only mistake the Tea Party is making is to allow speakers who support the Iraq war to speak at the events.

[edit on 2-4-2010 by truthquest]


Like you righties must accept healthcare we on the left have had to put up with The USA Patriot Act as both are law. For which both must remain to be adhered to and recognized as such.

Talk of armed revolution by very definition is illegal and would require the site owners to report you to the nesecary authourities. Failure to do so will result in the takedown of the site as a potential terrorist gathering sector.

ATS can also be seen as harbouring as well as aiding and embedding a known suspected terrorist group.

This is the Tea Groups intent to get lined up with us, to get ideas, employ them just to scapegoat this site to use to say where you got the idea from as a phising expedition, TPTB, anyone being employed in that fashion is to be expelled immediately. All in a plan to once and for all eliminate The Above Network, LLC's Family Of Websites.

The plain truth is as little as 6 months ago this site had no involvement with the Tea Group and know out of nowhere and all of a sudden they want to have something to do with this site. Sounds awfully suspicious.

TEA PARTY IS NOT WELCOMED ON SITES LIKE THIS. YOU WILL NOT BE USING THIS SITE FOR A SCAPEGOAT. TURN THE SMOKE MACHINE OFF AS WELL AS PUT THE ROD AND REEL AWAY AS YOUR TRUE MOTIVE FOR BEING ON ATS IS KNOWN AND YOUR DAYS HERE ARE NUMBERED.

WE ARE NOT YOUR PAWNS OR YOUR RESOURCE SITE. GO TROLL SOMEWHERE ELSE SO THAT YOU CAN SCAPEGOAT THEM.

[edit on 3-4-2010 by TheImmaculateD1]



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