The entire leftwing media complex that’s been calling you a teabagging faggot for the past year or so is suddenly incensed that one stray voice in a crowd of thousands may have called an actual faggot “a faggot”:
A CNN producer overheard the word “faggot” yelled at Frank several times in the lobby of the Longworth building. Frank said he heard someone yell “homo” at him.
So you’re saying that calling someone a “faggot” is now a slur but when you use it it’s okay because you’re using a euphemism?
If that were true and these TEA Party protests were really just an excuse for people who a hate a black president to express themselves under the guise of anti-taxes / anti-socialist takeovers that would make it acceptable as well, correct?
When John Edwards was having his well-known affair, that the press dutifully covered-up, I used to always hear that no one had any video evidence to support the charges so he was innocent until we had video and audio to support such slanderous accusations. All accusations must be witnessed, notarized and apostilled. And then The National Enquirer did.
Take Clyburn’s well publicized claim from yesterday that a “chorus” of protesters were calling him a “nigger”.
I led the first demonstrations in South Carolina, the sit ins… And quite frankly I heard some things today I have not heard since that day. I heard people saying things that I have not heard since March 15, 1960 when I was marching to try and get off the back of the bus.“
Yet now it’s Clyburn who is ordering hundreds of millions of people to the back of the bus while the government turns it’s hoses of slander in the mainstream press on protesters to accuse them of being racists and faggots. It’s tragic that we can measure how far we’ve come as a society in irony.
The real Faux News is on the Left. Here’s the video evidence of Clyburn walking by the protesters who he said were screaming nigger at him “in chorus” no less.
Expect Clyburn to hang a noose in the men’s room later today before running in front of the cameras to decry the acrid atmosphere in Washington caused by the protesters.
What that protest needs is everyone locking arms and singing “We Shall Overcome” to Mr. Clyburn.
Absent from the discussion on The Ugly Tone ™ of protests in Washington was any mention of Cindy Shitcan and Ralph Nader’s protesting of the victory in Iraq where they symbolically murdered Dick Cheney in the streets:
The protest drew a smaller crowd than the tens of thousands who marched in 2006 and 2007.
Protesters stopped at the offices of military contractor Halliburton — where they tore apart an effigy of former Vice President and Halliburton Chief Executive Dick Cheney — the Mortgage Bankers Association and The Washington Post offices.
When confronted with Obama’s continued War For Oil in Iraq, elevation of hostilities in Afghanistan, and love of killing civilians with drone attacks in Pakistan, fellow moonbats found him to have an acceptable amount of blood on his hands:
“He’s kept Guantanamo open, he’s continued to use indefinite detention,” Nader said. The only real difference, he said, is that “Obama’s speeches are better.”
Others were more conciliatory toward Obama. Shirley Allan of Silver Spring, Md., carried a sign that read, “President Obama We love you but we need to tell you! Your hands are getting bloody!! Stop it now.”
Allan thought it was going too far to call Obama a war criminal but said she is deeply disappointed that the conflicts are continuing.
“He has to know it’s unacceptable,” Allan said. “I am absolutely disappointed.”
Again, their condemnation is not so much selective as it is transparent in political convenience.
His hands are “getting bloody” from wars. If Shirley would kindly notice, his hands were already bloody from a lifetime of being wrist deep in dead babies.