Skip to comments.Bikers denied no-stop permit for 9/11 rally through D.C. but will ride anyway
Posted on 09/09/2013 4:58:02 PM PDT by mandaladonEdited on 09/09/2013 5:40:58 PM PDT by Admin Moderator. [history]
The nation’s capital has denied a “no stop” permit for the “2 Million Bikers to DC” rally on Wednesday, meant to “remember those who were killed on 9/11 and honor our armed forces.” The group said in a statement Sunday that D.C. officials denied their request for a special nonstop ride through town with a waiver for red lights, stop signs and other traffic signals.
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even better- they are louder when they are moving
Keep the place tied up with LOUD traffic all day long
I would have given anything to see that parade of bikes on that route
There is a movie about a motorcycle gang that has a scene of a landscape with hills and suddenly a line of bikes start up in the distance- and it goes and goes and goes for like 5 minutes straight with thousands of bikes
The muzzies choosing that day for their march is an obscenity.
Oh you gotta read this: (Dear Obama- from the Bikers) http://patriotaction.net/forum/topic/show?id=2600775:Topic:6379575&xgs=1&xg_source=msg_share_topic
A whole line of Harleys sounds just like a B-17. Both kewl!
I wish I could be there on my bike.
Right! The muzzies can make any fabricated excuse they want, but Americans see right through it.
They are throwing 911 in our faces and doing it in a way that will get national attention. They want everyone to see it.
Guess they didn't plan on Americans answering back.
The bikers should adjust their route and ride slowly, slowly past their atrocity of a rally, and rev as loudly as they can for as long as they can.
That’s what I was thinking. Keep the government workers away from where they could do harm - places like, for example, where they work.
Come to think of it, why was there no Occupy Washington DC, except the feeble attempt of the Left?
the war begins.
In the immortal words of Todd Beamer,”Let’s Roll”
I think this is better. Not many people appreciate having traffic snarled up for someone’s event. Don’t act like politicians: just stop at the stoplights and all that, like regular people.
Laugh and cry in one great patriotic article! Thanks Truth
loud pipes save lives
I suggest a few “Make My Day” signs.
See if the gestapo are stupid enough to try to stop them....
....while they coddle the enemy.
Soooo... ride through DC and adhere to all the red lights, stop signs, etc.
The government can’t prohibit people using the public roads. Use ‘em.
The Moose Limbs have made the mistake of assuming that real Americans as timid as the parasites that infest DC.
The Bikers were invited to participate with a rally, who already has a permit!
They have no idea.
The Muzzies chose that day on purpose. It’s part of Social Jihad. Overtake any society one piece at a time. If the host society will not defend it, the parasitic Muzzie culture will take it and make it their own. That is exactly HOW Britian, France and, to a lesser extent, Germany, find themsepves in the nightmares they are living. SOCIAL JIHAD.
Here, they are taking a day of memoriam for the victims of Muzzie savagery and attempting to turn it into a day of Muzzie celebration over The Great Satan.
The motorcycle riders have decided that they WILL defend 9/11. The Muzzies will NOT take an undefended 9/11. Never!
We must defend every aspect of our culture or it WILL be taken over by the Muzzies (education, jurisprudence, law enforcement, entertainment, the town square, religion - they want all of it!)
Can we let them take over faggot-pride?
My thought exactly. Freedom of assembly implies no need for a permit to act in an otherwise lawful manner. If 5000 FReepers were to walk down a DC sidewalk or cross from the National Museum of American History to the DAR Constitution Hall what law is broken?
NO - the natural response of bureaucrats everywhere. If you want jobs, liberty, entrepreneurship, a right to the product of your labor you’ll have to reduce the number of NOs and that means reducing the number of bureaucrats.
That’s who I am voting for from now on: government shrinkers.
ANYONE HERE GOING???
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