Comments: Liberal hate rhetoric (and actions)

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Rove agreed to meet with his protesters.

Technically true, but it was more like the protesters extorted a meeting out of Rove as a condition for leaving peacefully. I believe the meeting itself lasted only a few minutes and was mostly Rove telling them that they were horrible excuses for human beings. Which they are.

By the way, did you notice how many horrible protesters showed up at Dreihaus's home? No more than 3 at a time. Rove had buses worth. And they didn't attack Dreihaus, the protesters held signs from what appears to be the street or sidewalk. Public property. The NPA protesters at Rove's house trespassed, barricaded him inside his home, and banged on windows until cops and secret service arrived.

Posted by Jeff the Baptist at March 31, 2010 04:13 PM

Your post reminded me of a memory of schadenfreude. The code pink media darlings did camp outside Pelosi's home in 2007. I believe, police asked them to leave after three days. This is after they spent months in Crawford, TX as near to the Bush ranch as secret service would permit.

I would say it's fair to say that the "camp out in front of your congressman's home protest" was invented by left wing activists. The addresses of private residences still persist on their web page. I'm not surprised that since this form of protest was not denouced by the left then, when used against their opponents, that is has become acceptable as the status quo of political demonstrations today. It is far too late to feign horror at the uncivility of it for the left wing or MSM, if you ask me.

Code Pink actually had a tea party before it was cool, and I bet current tea partiers would pay good money for their Pelosi cut-out mask.

Posted by Miss AO at April 1, 2010 08:48 AM