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Skip to comments.Pelosi/Hoyer op-ed in Monday USATODAY calls townhall protesters 'un-American'... Developing..
Posted on 08/09/2009 9:07:03 PM PDT by GreaterSwiss
Pelosi/Hoyer op-ed in Monday USATODAY calls townhall protesters 'un-American'... Developing..
It’s only “American” to protest against Republicans..
ROTFL!!! Good one!
Time to resurrect the Congressional Un-American Activities Committee, Nancy? You remember that committee, don’t you? The one you socialists/commnunists thought was such a good idea back in the 1950s?
On a completely different note, anyone who posts a Zerobama/Joker picture with Why So Socialist will help convert my dopey young son and be my BFF
Keep flapping your mouth, Pelosi. Just keep it up. Please continue to call millions of average, ordinary Americans fascists and Nazis. Obama, please keep telling everyone who supports free markets and fiscal responsibility that they need to shut up and get out of your way. Yes, Democrats, please continue to make speeches that cause George Soros and Michael Moore to wake up every morning with sticky bedsheets.
Looking forward to 2010.
Need to e mail that to the white house as fishy.
The Storm unleashed on America
I can’t believe the person who is third inline to be President would make such a statement slamming people who speak their mind. This statement is inexcusable, and little Ms. Botox needs to apologize. Would not be surprised if this costs her the Speakers position.
So there you have it: it’s okay if they mobilize, burn effigies and shout down opponents.
But it’s not okay for everyone else.
And they’re going to talk to all Americans (who agree with them) to get this done. :)
I wonder how Hoyer feels with his balls in Nancy’s purse....
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