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Billboard linking Obama, Hitler draws complaints

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posted on Jul, 14 2010 @ 06:26 AM
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Originally posted by Absum!
There seems to be a direct infiltration into the Tea Party to besmirch the movement.

Crash The Tea Party, for one example. You can probably find a lot more with a simple websearch.

They're being stupid about it because they're organizing this openly & giving the Tea Party demonstrations a perfect scapegoat, should violence break out among the rallies & such.

[edit on 14-7-2010 by MidnightDStroyer]




posted on Jul, 14 2010 @ 06:53 AM
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Ha ha ha...

TPTB are still trying to get Americans to fire the first shots...



posted on Jul, 14 2010 @ 07:01 AM
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Can anyone explain why this behavior was hailed as patriotic when Bush was president, but now the media constantly whines about it?




posted on Jul, 14 2010 @ 05:42 PM
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Originally posted by TheFinalTruth14

Originally posted by Rockpuck
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While I agree that Liberalism/Socialism/Fascism is the future of our Government, I don't think posting billboards linking the President to those men is in anyway productive. Aside from philosophical belief, they have nothing in common, especially in regards to actions. Waste of money. Waste of time. Ignorant.

This is why people (including myself) hate the Tea Party.



Can I ask why you disagree with fiscal responsibility and limited government?


Some of you people obviously don't know me.

I disagree with the Tea-Party because it's been hi-jacked by either radicals who make little sense and go for the over sensational to get their message across (like the billboard) or Republicans, which are nothing more than ignorant religious Fascist.

So no, I don't like the "Tea-Party" .. I am a Libertarian, I vote for 3rd party candidates, and I don't think for a second elected another douchebag Republican is going to save us. I still see 2 wars, uncontrollable spending, tax cuts for the rich and Patriot Acts 1&2 and lets not forget bank bailouts...

No difference between repubs and Dems, and the Tea Party is now the perverted bastard child of the Republicans, because Tea Party leaders were weak and pathetic and couldn't mount a political party of their own.



posted on Jul, 14 2010 @ 07:05 PM
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Rockpuck, My Friend, you and I and everyone else here could vote for the party of our choice. It's the Woman or Man we vote in that makes the difference.

That person, I really don't care about their race, color or sexual preference is.

I just want them to be the person I voted for. That's all I'm asking.



posted on Jul, 15 2010 @ 08:12 AM
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You realize you are asking for a near impossibility? I mean, you could vote for someone, they could belong to whatever party they claim they represent, but the likelihood of them acting like they promised, or like they claimed to be, or like they do away from cameras.... meh..

I hate Democracy because Democracy is nothing but a political feeding frenzy, a constant prostituting of ones self for personal or material gain.

So you are left with a last option -- vote as a weapon. I would normally vote Conservative, but I refused because the Republican party are a bunch of old corrupt whining Fascist .. so I voted 3rd party. Enough Conservatives did this that it cost the Republicans the election .. the 3rd and 4th largest parties in the country are Conservative based.



posted on Jul, 15 2010 @ 08:24 AM
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Originally posted by whatukno
It's fine, that is just freedom of speech, George W. Bush was depicted as Hitler all the time.

It may not be a view I agree with, but it's a constitutional right for people to have it. That's the great thing about this country, you can have different opinions, you might not agree, but it's your right to have those opinions.



I agree. Comparing Obama to Hitler and Lenin is just a stupid as comparing Bush to them but it all falls under freedom of speech so to each his own I guess.

I think the thing that will be different here is that even though it was denounced by the Tea Party that part will be left out during CNN and MSNBC's opinion shows.



posted on Jul, 15 2010 @ 10:48 AM
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Originally posted by Rockpuck
reply to post by guohua
 


While I agree that Liberalism/Socialism/Fascism is the future of our Government, I don't think posting billboards linking the President to those men is in anyway productive. Aside from philosophical belief, they have nothing in common, especially in regards to actions. Waste of money. Waste of time. Ignorant.

This is why people (including myself) hate the Tea Party.


"Aside from philosophical belief" - that's the whole point though, isn't it? Philosophical belief leads men to do horrible things to their nations and Obama is effectively in charge of the United States right now. Their skewed philosophical beliefs combined with exceptional oratory skills made Hitler and Lenin dangerous men. And Obama is influencial enough to have duped half a nation to vote for him for President even though he didn't have nearly enough experience for the job. How could this not be any more relevant than presented?



posted on Jul, 15 2010 @ 10:57 AM
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It's cause they are wrong about it now, this sort of behavior is just as ok now as it was then.

George W. Bush however has more in common with Hitler than Obama does, but that's only my opinion.




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