Friday, August 07, 2009

‘Well dressed’ protestors at town halls are out to ‘hurt our president’

”Call me Senator” Barbara Boxer
Clean shirt, new shoes
and I don't know where I am goin' to.
Silk suit, black tie,
I don't need a reason why.
They come runnin' just as fast as they can
cause every girl is crazy 'bout a sharp dressed man.
—ZZ Top
Apparently “Please call me Senator” Barbara Boxer has a problem with natty dressed townhallers who chose to exercise their rights to debate and disagree with her or any administration regarding health care. So let me remind you Senator Boxer that we are Americans and we have a right to debate and disagree. Following is Boxer demonizing citizens that she disagrees with. (see.58sec. video)

Boxer does her flat out best to disparage hundreds of citizens who were motivated by nothing more than their opposition to her Party’s attempted trek into socialized medicine. The same plan that Democrats are proposing for America is already failing in Canada and Europe.

Unfortunately it seems that Democrats are on a Kamikaze mission to enact Health Care Reform or burst. So instead of listening to constituents this summer Democrats are hell bent to dump this invasively draconian legislation on the American people. Therefore Boxer feels perfectly justified in creating villains out of citizens who oppose this detrimental legislation rather than questioning hers and her Party’s own motives for pushing this 1017page bill that she probably has not even taken the time to read.
"I'm sick and tired of people who say that if you debate and disagree with this administration, somehow you're not patriotic. We need to stand up and say we're Americans, and we have the right to debate and disagree with any administration."—Hillary Clinton
Whether or not Sen. Boxer approves of the way protestors dress or the way that these citizens exercised their constitutional right to dissent let us all be reminded of Sen. Hillary Clinton’s statement of patriotic empowerment for all Americans in which she encouraged dissent against any legislation and against any administration (hear .15sec. audio)

Ah! How soon we forget the chic political movements of the day. It seem like it was only yesterday when Liberals where protesting at Camp Casey yards from the entrance of the Bush Crawford Texas Ranch. I don’t know what the attire was like, camping and all, but I’m sure it was "Rural Nice!" And I’m equally sure the protestors’ intents were not to hurt the Bush presidency in any way.

Or who could forget the constant hammering and the steady drum beat against the Bush administration and the war in Iraq, the patriot act, Abu Ghraib prison, Guantanamo Bay detention camp, WMDs, or all the things that Liberals protested against for eight solid years. I’m sure that none of the protest against those issues were intended to harm the Bush presidency or his administration.

Boxer’s allegations that concerned citizens who are protesting Democrat’s Health Care Reform are apart of some organized conspiracy to attack president Obama are baseless and meritless.

But here’s a warning, if Democrats go back to Washington in September and vote for Health Care Reform over the objections of the American citizenry and if Obama signs it into law Democrats do it at their own peril.


  1. The DemoRat tyrants may soon find
    out that people are fed up with
    the tyranny that they are trying
    to ram down our throats. They
    are finally becoming so obvious
    that even the most ignorant
    and brainwashed can see right
    through them.

  2. Mark H8:20 AM

    since when are "organized" protests a bad thing? No matter how they are dressed, or who they are? Can you say code pink?