500,000 protestors. In a city that has 10 million people in it and is dominantly liberal. And most of these protestors were from out-of-state. 500,000 is nothing. And what a crowd, too... Dykie-looking pro-abortion killers, radical gays who want to pervert the definition of marriage, ultra leftwing gun-grabbers, leftover hippies who seldom shower, PETA wackos, cop-haters, treehuggers, anti-semites, Christian-bashers, people who drool when they talk, and several other degenerates of special interest...
Makes me proud to be a republican. I wear their scorn with pride.
Looks like it's going to be another 4 good years for America.
If it's anti-bush, it's gospel to J. Ellis and his ill-informed klan.
Billy Kess |
September 3, 2004 11:58 AM
getting better, but still start getting on top of your facts my friend. Lets see, New York actually has a population of 8 million and we live in a country where barely half the population even bothers to vote. Plus its August, prime vacation time. How does that add up to half a million being unimpressive again?
In any case its clear you've never actually took the time to attend a large protest. Sure your favorite targets are all there, thanks for listing them all out. And yes I'd agree they present a domestic PR problem, have a piece coming that covers exactly that. But if you had bothered to actually go to a major protest rather then just talk shit, well I can assure you you'd see a different picture. Yes the wacko left is out, but they make up maybe 10% of the crowd, probably less. The rest? Doctors, lawyers, grandmas, college students, stock brokers, coffee shop clerks, construction workers, car salesmen, off duty firemen, teachers, priests, factory workers... A cross section of America in other words. But you'll never know if you don't show up.
And yeah, you're still borderline troll, stay calm or I'll be deleting your crap again...
September 3, 2004 05:00 PM
I am calm - i'm just calling it as i see it. I have nothing wrong with protesters. But when they start kicking police officers, blocking traffic, and doing other illegal activities, it crosses the line.
Billy Kess |
September 3, 2004 05:13 PM
Well, I guess it doesn't matter who the protestors were, anyway... I don't even think the protests themselves mattered... Or - perhaps there's a chance that when the common American saw the display of these protests, it might have, in some way, even been helpful to Bush?
500,000 protestors can't be wrong?
Well According to Time and Newsweek, Bush is now in a double-digit lead over Kerry.
I know, I know, the only poll that matters is the one in November, but still. I love it. :)
Billy Kess |
September 4, 2004 08:26 PM