Fwd: FW: Isn't it About Time We did something about it???

I don't know what this is because I don't have any sound and did not open it. Let me know if it is anything.

Sent: Tuesday, July 07, 2009 12:28 PM
Subject: FW: Isn't it About Time We did something about it???

Subject: Isn't it About Time We did something about it???
Date: Mon, 6 Jul 2009 21:20:09 -0700

SCREW the TEA BAGS! I’m for Marching on DC and sitting in the PUBLIC SQUARE until they pass OUR laws and OUR Budget!!

This guy's video on youtube has been so popular that Obama
called him personally. He said that he was very disturbed with the video and invited him to the White House. Obama also said he wanted the White House to handle the Press and not to talk about the video or the White House visit.
That's interesting. WHY ?

Watch it now. This may be the best 5 minutes invested in
your future You may have to turn your Sound Control up some. CLICK BELOW..



Anonymous said...

Well the video didn't work for me, though I do know what they are referring too. And no, he was not summoned before the mighty Obama for speaking his crazy little mind.

I do love the outrage over them not passing "our laws" and "our budget". Hey, genius, we have a republic here. People voted for Congress and the President.

They make the laws and budgets, just like they always have. You're just made because your side lost this time and doesn't get to be in control of things.

Marlowe said...

Uh-huh. I used to try to impress people by claiming famous people were contacting me too. Then I turned six.

Anonymous said...

I can't believe he thought I was Obama when I called pretending to be the President. That is so awesome.

Isn't this that same dude with the glass of wine from two or three months ago?

Anonymous said...

I wonder if he is a deist?

gruaud said...

We the people don't want your "laws" and your "budget".

We tried that for the last eight years and that's why we are teetering on the brink of disaster.

So, for the love of god, shut up.

Anonymous said...

You earlier posters covered this pretty well. I, too, am getting mightily sick & tired of these LOSERS who think that everything should only, ever & always be THEIR WAY, and if they don't get THEIR WAY, then somehow it's wrong or against the law or something.

It becomes clearer & clearer that these fools don't really believe in a "democracy." Rather they want some kind of theocratic dictatorship where their side gets to set the entire agenda.

The irony is that they keep depicting Obama as a Hitler figure, when really it's their side who wishes to BE that way.

FEH! Grow up (I can dream on...)!

Anonymous said...

Interestingly, the recent John Ensign affair with his mistress has revealed the existence of a very authoritarian religious group known as "The Family" and other designations.

This group has gained a lot of power since WWII, and they operate from inside the gov't. They pretty emphatically don't believe in democracy, and yes, they do believe in a theocratic authoritarian more or less dictartorship-style of gov't.

Read up on it.

I think that's why these "fools" behave the way they do. They are being carefully schooled to spout the "party line." Sadly, these idiots don't know that they're being manipulated to act against their own better self-interests.

Rachel Maddow's show on MSNBC on Friday July 10 discussed this group, and their are some good blogs about it on DailyKos on Saturday July 11.

It is worth educating yourself about this crowd, as they are determining a lot of aspects of all of our lives (no matter who is the POTUS and/or no matter which party appears "in control" of congress and the senate).

If I sound paranoid: so be it, but check it out for your own edificaton. You can also check out an organization called "Youth with a Mission" that owned the house on C Street, where John Ensign among others lives.

Sadly, not just Republicans are involved this; Dems are, too, including Hilary Clinton.

CMcD said...

I wish the real Thomas Paine was still around, so he could kick this imposter's ass!

Hey wingnut, donning your fancy 18th century frock and spouting off for 10 minutes like some unholy combination of Lou Dobbs and Howard Beale doesn't magically give you Founding Fathers Super Powers."

Marlowe said...

Next time you hear these teabag-suckers spouting this crap and taking Paine's name in vain, remind them he was an agnostic who supported progressive taxation and universal free education.

Marc with a C said...

Ironically, the real Thomas Paine and the founding fathers were heavily influenced by French enlightenment thought with all its ideas of liberty, freedom, democracy, secularism, rationalism, logic, and science. Which is of course something the Right Wing abhors with a passion.

Fun fact: Thomas Paine was an atheist.

John said...

Actually, Thomas Paine was neither agnostic nor atheist, but deist--which still makes him anti-religion.

Seriously, people, get your facts right. Leave the inaccurate BS to the conservatives.

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