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(Chicago Sun-Times)   Tea Party Rallies? If staging public gripe fests gives these people something to do, then great. It's outside. It involves handicrafts, the making of signs and costumes. It's like Scouting for irked middle-aged white people   (suntimes.com) divider line 606
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2010-04-17 08:10:31 PM  
PsyRat: My mom is a successful mental-health professional,

What is she doing at a tea party rally, checking up on patients?
 
2010-04-17 08:10:58 PM  
House of Tards: Absolutely. If you can say that followed by a semi-serious plan to actually cut spending below revenues, even better.

The problem is that the tea parties are filled with people saying "Hey everyone, we're broke - It's Barry HITLERSEIN Sombrero's attempt to destroy America".



THIS times infinity. WTF does the guy's name or race have to do with anything? Attack the man's politics, not his skin color. If even one of those retarded signs is allowed at a tea-party rally it serves as a legitimization of that viewpoint by the movement.
 
2010-04-17 08:14:46 PM  
atheist1295 2010-04-17 08:10:58 PM
House of Tards: Absolutely. If you can say that followed by a semi-serious plan to actually cut spending below revenues, even better.

The problem is that the tea parties are filled with people saying "Hey everyone, we're broke - It's Barry HITLERSEIN Sombrero's attempt to destroy America".


THIS times infinity. WTF does the guy's name or race have to do with anything? Attack the man's politics, not his skin color. If even one of those retarded signs is allowed at a tea-party rally it serves as a legitimization of that viewpoint by the movement.


How is calling him Barry HITLERSEIN Sombrero attacking his skin color? Just trying to follow how your guys' ability to label people rascist when nothing rascist is said
 
2010-04-17 08:18:16 PM  
bukketmaster: Political affilation be damned. Anybody who's going to great lengths to keep taxes low is okay in my book.

Yeah I would feel the same way but they had to go install Sarah Palin as their headpiece.

That pretty much took them out of the equation as far as I'm concerned. If they think a half wit quitter is their best public face, they need to scrape up a little more wittage and try again.
 
2010-04-17 08:19:12 PM  
Peter von Nostrand: Sorry but ranting about the kyrgystan sheep digest doesn't mean he isn't either

You have to show he has some support somewhere. Which you also haven't done. A website is not support. Showing up at a rally and being ask to leave is not support. Showing him on a obscure web site from Russia is not evidence of tea party support either. So where's your evidence that he's a major leader in the tea party movement?
 
2010-04-17 08:20:37 PM  
Came for the irrational hatred of conservatives.

Leaving ecstatic.
 
2010-04-17 08:22:59 PM  
Cup_O_Jo: tuna fingers: Cup_O_Jo: fatassbastard: Cup_O_Jo:
UM---GALLUP POLL YOU MORON.


UM---GALLUP POLL says that tea baggers are MORE LIKELY to be white. And most likely FAT. AND undoubtably DUMB. YOU farkING MORON.

Here's the link you couldn't provide:
Link that Cup_O_Jo was too cowardly to provide (new window)
 
2010-04-17 08:23:20 PM  
Tigger: You couldn't get a DPhil from Oxford if I gave you unlimited funds, unlimited time and did the first two years for you myself.

It's funny, because it's true.
 
2010-04-17 08:24:32 PM  
Gdalescrboz:
Do i need to explain the president of the US doesnt have enough influence to do as you suggest? The president doesnt spend the money, congress does. Who controlled congress during Clintons years? The repubs. Now dont get me wrong, i think the repubs are financially irresponsible, but i think both parties are. Stop bieng a retard


I think tea party thread is a pretty cool guy, eh bies retards and doesn;t afraid of anything
 
2010-04-17 08:24:59 PM  
dwh1963: Came for the irrational hatred of conservatives.

check the Andrew Sullivan thread on the politics tab from yesterday.
 
2010-04-17 08:26:21 PM  
the_geek: 87% is an over-representation, but not as bad as you'd make it sound.

You're right, and I already admitted my error earlier in the thread. :)

jdmac: Oh look an idiot tea-part crasher.

I was making fun of Gdalescrboz's incoherent statement and comparing it to other Tea Party signs.
 
2010-04-17 08:28:27 PM  
WhyteRaven74: dwh1963: Came for the irrational hatred of conservatives.

check the Andrew Sullivan thread on the politics tab from yesterday.


Why? Does that make the irrational hatred of conservatives okay?
 
2010-04-17 08:29:29 PM  
Where's that Alien Robot rebuttal?

Or is he whimpering/crying that he's a farking moron by now? Because he is.
 
2010-04-17 08:29:55 PM  
dwh1963: WhyteRaven74: dwh1963: Came for the irrational hatred of conservatives.

check the Andrew Sullivan thread on the politics tab from yesterday.

Why? Does that make the irrational hatred of conservatives okay?


Because you came for the irrational hatred of conservatives? So maybe that's a good thread to go to? Quit bieng a retard.
 
2010-04-17 08:34:50 PM  
Alien Robot, I'm calling you out as a farking pussy!
Please respond.
If your concern is about government spending, where were you in 2002 and the never ending (yet ridiculous) war in Iraq?
Please respond.
 
2010-04-17 08:35:49 PM  
WhyteRaven74: ZydrateZombie: Ole Dubya wasn't exactly a genius.. but he managed to get a BA from Yale and an MBA from Harvard...

He was a third generation legacy at Yale, his dad and grandad went there. Which helped with that side of it. Also he's not exactly an academic idiot either. He may have been average at the time, but average in that setting is hardly something to belittle.

Also, you still haven't substantiated your initial claim.


I think the "Gentleman's C" was coined specifically for Dubya.
 
2010-04-17 08:36:50 PM  
WhyteRaven74: ZydrateZombie: Ole Dubya wasn't exactly a genius.. but he managed to get a BA from Yale and an MBA from Harvard...

He was a third generation legacy at Yale, his dad and grandad went there. Which helped with that side of it. Also he's not exactly an academic idiot either. He may have been average at the time, but average in that setting is hardly something to belittle.

Also, you still haven't substantiated your initial claim.


By the way, I took his calling Maddow dumb as an admittance to trolling.
 
2010-04-17 08:39:53 PM  
cleverscreenname77: I have to go to work, but I'll end with this:

So vote for trolls?
 
2010-04-17 08:40:49 PM  
dwh1963: Came for the irrational hatred of conservatives.

It's not irrational to hate people who are fighting very hard to make life worse for all of us.
 
2010-04-17 08:43:58 PM  
tuna fingers 2010-04-17 08:34:50 PM
Alien Robot, I'm calling you out as a farking pussy!
Please respond.
If your concern is about government spending, where were you in 2002 and the never ending (yet ridiculous) war in Iraq?
Please respond.


Where are the protests from the left that we saw during Bushs years? I didnt protest from 2001-2008, nor do i protest now. I do find it odd you dont see the hypocracy in your own question
 
2010-04-17 08:44:50 PM  
fatassbastard: the_geek: 87% is an over-representation, but not as bad as you'd make it sound.

You're right, and I already admitted my error earlier in the thread. :)

jdmac: Oh look an idiot tea-part crasher.

I was making fun of Gdalescrboz's incoherent statement and comparing it to other Tea Party signs.


One of the Crasher tactics is to show up with misspelled signs to try to make the tea-partiers look illiterate and that guy appears to be one of those people. Sorry, but this is much more likely to be some liberal troll who crawled out of his parent's basement. Unfortunately since Jason Levin put up his crash the tea party website and made this tactic public, you cannot definitively lay this one at the feet of the tea-party.
 
2010-04-17 08:46:29 PM  
dwh1963: WhyteRaven74: dwh1963: Came for the irrational hatred of conservatives.

check the Andrew Sullivan thread on the politics tab from yesterday.

Why? Does that make the irrational hatred of conservatives okay?


And the irrational hatred of Obama?
 
2010-04-17 08:46:47 PM  
Alien Robot: Indis: But you're right - they did raise a tiny almost unheard peep, and that was about the extent of it.

And then went on the nominate the Republican Senator raising the most fuss over government spending as their candidate for President. "Hardly a peep" -- LOL.

McCain: Pentagon spending 'unsustainable'
McCain Assails Wasteful Spending
McCain denounces Republicans' spending
McCain: Congress spending 'like a drunken sailor'
Mccain Assails Government On Spending


How many of those budgets, bills, and the like did he vote down, or lead his party to vote down? And the tax cuts, which have created quite a bit of debt? What about funding of the wars - did he ever try to do that? I guess you must like words without actions.

And as WhyteRaven74 brought up, he's about to lose his seat to these very people who now seem to care about it. It's quite odd to use him as an example. 'Conservatives nominated the guy who cared about spending a lot! And now, those same conservatives are about to kick him out!'
 
2010-04-17 08:48:33 PM  
Gdalescrboz: Where are the protests from the left that we saw during Bushs years? I didnt protest from 2001-2008, nor do i protest now. I do find it odd you dont see the hypocracy in your own question

All over the place. They just didn't have a douchebag name for themselves and weren't covered as heavily by the press.
 
2010-04-17 08:48:43 PM  
featherspy: Blue is one of my old HS teachers. I'm pink :\

Your old highschool teacher doesn't know that Glenn Beck was promoting the Turner Diaries? If that isn't grounds to start looking at them like terrorists i don't know what is. As a Republican i think these people should be rounded up..

Now if they were the tea-smuggling party, i might be able to get behind that. True patriots merely felt obliged to purchase duty-free where possible, not biatch and moan in public.. Those damned teabaggers should shut the hell up and make me some moonshine, and have one of their number bring it to me in his big-rig along with a couple cartons of cheap smokes. Isn't that much more productive than impotent rage?
 
2010-04-17 08:51:32 PM  
Mugato 2010-04-17 08:48:33 PM
Gdalescrboz: Where are the protests from the left that we saw during Bushs years? I didnt protest from 2001-2008, nor do i protest now. I do find it odd you dont see the hypocracy in your own question

All over the place. They just didn't have a douchebag name for themselves and weren't covered as heavily by the press.


Not "where were they,' but "where are they." Gitmo is still open, more troops are being sent to Afghanistan
 
2010-04-17 08:54:26 PM  
jdmac: Sorry, but this is much more likely to be some liberal troll who crawled out of his parent's basement.

Dude... look at the sign again, it's an obvious Photoshop, by ME, created specifically to poke fun at another poster in this thread. Here's the original image in context:

Link (new window)
 
2010-04-17 09:01:26 PM  
jdmac

Dude, i mispelled a word and he ran with it. stop blowing it out of proportion, its not a conspiracy, hes just having fun with it
 
2010-04-17 09:02:20 PM  
Oh_Enough_Already: Silence then = complicity.

Complicity then = no moral high ground to protest now.

In summation, they blew their chance to be taken seriously and can be dismissed as the partisan kooks and hacks anybody with three brain cells can see they are.

Sorry pal, you lose.


Well, the republicans were voted out, weren't they? That seems a little more effective than holding up misspelled signs and protesting in impotent rage when they don't even know what they're protesting.
 
2010-04-17 09:02:42 PM  
Gdalescrboz: Where are the protests from the left that we saw during Bushs years? I didnt protest from 2001-2008, nor do i protest now. I do find it odd you dont see the hypocracy in your own question

You mean like the largest protests in human history? Do those count?

The February 15, 2003 anti-war protest was a coordinated day of protests across the world against the imminent invasion of Iraq. Millions of people protested in approximately 800 cities around the world. According to BBC News, between six and ten million people took part in protests in up to sixty countries over the weekend of the 15th and 16th
 
2010-04-17 09:03:20 PM  
The major difference is not whether or not Tea Party protests are worthwhile, your cup of tea (no pun intended), or racist communes for neo-fascist pinheads.

It's a gathering of people from a demographic most likely to vote in elections. That's all you need to know.
 
2010-04-17 09:04:16 PM  
editorialcartoonists.com
media.kentucky.com

i746.photobucket.com
 
2010-04-17 09:05:01 PM  
Psst Teabaggers... THE COLBERT REPORT IS SATIRE!!!

/they didn't get the memo
 
2010-04-17 09:05:59 PM  
Sigh.

I actually agreed with the Tea Party in principle, but once the GOP stopped treating it like a splinter cell and actually realized "Hey, our voting base is these guys, let's get Fox News to rile them up and we'll pretend we're on their side" and proceeded to hijack the movement, I lost my support for it.

The tea party could have actually been a good vehicle for change in the GOP, but sadly, subversion is a very good tactic to use, and the GOP knows it because they don't want to change.

My grandfather can't understand why I'm a Ron Paul supporter and not a supporter of the Tea Party. The only change possible with the GOP is going to come from kicking nearly everyone in it right now to the curb.

Hopefully in the next two years once alot of people in the Tea Party who go "WOOOOOOOOOO CHANGE! REVOLUTION!" will realize that before the election. The only way Ron Paul will get the nomination is if these people wake up and realize that the GOP is part of the problem and not the solution.

If anything, the Tea Party has shown me that the GOP doesn't give two shiats about America...although probably not in the way they intended.
 
2010-04-17 09:08:58 PM  
jaytkay 2010-04-17 09:02:42 PM
Gdalescrboz: Where are the protests from the left that we saw during Bushs years? I didnt protest from 2001-2008, nor do i protest now. I do find it odd you dont see the hypocracy in your own question

You mean like the largest protests in human history? Do those count?

The February 15, 2003 anti-war protest was a coordinated day of protests across the world against the imminent invasion of Iraq. Millions of people protested in approximately 800 cities around the world. According to BBC News, between six and ten million people took part in protests in up to sixty countries over the weekend of the 15th and 16th


Reading comprehention buddy. I asked "where ARE the protests from the left that we saw during the Bush years?" Im not going to explain this shiat to you, scroll up and read from the beginning
 
2010-04-17 09:09:28 PM  
PsyRat: I love the hate and misconstruing of the tea-party people. My mom is a successful mental-health professional, and takes personal time off to attend a handful of rallies because she's upset at the reckless spending of the government. People she meets there are doctors, businessmen, retirees, mothers, and other such people.

Neil Steinberg acts like an elitist, walking through the rally looking down on the protesters instead of acknowledging them. He repeats incorrect rumors, like claiming past rallies were "excessive". Really? Ask D.C. police, who love the tea-party rallies because they are pretty much peaceful and clean.

But it's much easier to straw-man the movement, hurl insults like "tea-baggers", and dismiss them as red-necks, rather than acknowledge that they're reasonable people with reasonable arguments.


And your mom was SOOO concerned about excessive spending when the War in Iraq was waged off the books, when the government was forbidden to negotiate prescription drug prices for Medicare, when we simply lost $12,000,000,000.00 in farking cash in Iraq, when we paid for everything with no-bid contracts, when Halliburton employees got paid to drive empty trucks back and forth across Iraq, etc, etc.

And by total coincidence, in 2009, she suddenly became *concerned* about excessive spending.

/your mom likes BBC, is what I'm saying
 
2010-04-17 09:11:52 PM  
Gdalescrboz: jaytkay 2010-04-17 09:02:42 PM
Gdalescrboz: Where are the protests from the left that we saw during Bushs years? I didnt protest from 2001-2008, nor do i protest now. I do find it odd you dont see the hypocracy in your own question

You mean like the largest protests in human history? Do those count?

The February 15, 2003 anti-war protest was a coordinated day of protests across the world against the imminent invasion of Iraq. Millions of people protested in approximately 800 cities around the world. According to BBC News, between six and ten million people took part in protests in up to sixty countries over the weekend of the 15th and 16th

Reading comprehention buddy. I asked "where ARE the protests from the left that we saw during the Bush years?" Im not going to explain this shiat to you, scroll up and read from the beginning


They still happen. Google war protest 2009 and/or war protest 2010. They don't get the press because it isn't interesting anymore for the media.
 
2010-04-17 09:14:51 PM  
Gdalescrboz: tuna fingers 2010-04-17 08:34:50 PM
Alien Robot, I'm calling you out as a farking pussy!
Please respond.
If your concern is about government spending, where were you in 2002 and the never ending (yet ridiculous) war in Iraq?
Please respond.

Where are the protests from the left that we saw during Bushs years? I didnt protest from 2001-2008, nor do i protest now. I do find it odd you dont see the hypocracy in your own question


You, dear friend, are my new asshole.
Seeing as how I feed you nourishment, you spew nothing but shiat.
I did protest Bush's war against Iraq.
I was not alone.
I ACTIVELY (IN THE STREETS) PROTESTED BUSH'S WAR AGAINST IRAQ.
I lost some friends along the way.
I was not alone.
The "Dissent is the greatest form of patriotism" sign was held by me.
You, dear friend, are my asshole.
Thanks.
 
2010-04-17 09:16:53 PM  
tuna fingers: Gdalescrboz: tuna fingers 2010-04-17 08:34:50 PM
Alien Robot, I'm calling you out as a farking pussy!
Please respond.
If your concern is about government spending, where were you in 2002 and the never ending (yet ridiculous) war in Iraq?
Please respond.

Where are the protests from the left that we saw during Bushs years? I didnt protest from 2001-2008, nor do i protest now. I do find it odd you dont see the hypocracy in your own question

You, dear friend, are my new asshole.
Seeing as how I feed you nourishment, you spew nothing but shiat.
I did protest Bush's war against Iraq.
I was not alone.
I ACTIVELY (IN THE STREETS) PROTESTED BUSH'S WAR AGAINST IRAQ.
I lost some friends along the way.
I was not alone.
The "Dissent is the greatest form of patriotism" sign was held by me.
You, dear friend, are my asshole.
Thanks.


He is talking about now, now that it is Obama and not Bush. He is assuming liberals no longer protest the wars because there is a Dem president.
 
2010-04-17 09:17:26 PM  
Sabyen91
Gdalescrboz: Where are the protests from the left that we saw during Bushs years? I didnt protest from 2001-2008, nor do i protest now. I do find it odd you dont see the hypocracy in your own question

You mean like the largest protests in human history? Do those count?

The February 15, 2003 anti-war protest was a coordinated day of protests across the world against the imminent invasion of Iraq.
Millions of people protested in approximately 800 cities around the world. According to BBC News, between six and ten million people took part in protests in up to sixty countries over the weekend of the 15th and 16th

Reading comprehention buddy. I asked "where ARE the protests from the left that we saw during the Bush years?" Im not going to explain this shiat to you, scroll up and read from the beginning

They still happen. Google war protest 2009 and/or war protest 2010. They don't get the press because it isn't interesting anymore for the media.


Really? I havent seen a single protest on my campus in the last year and a half, nor do i see protesters on the corners anymore. Im just saying the hyprocacy is just as strong on the left as it is on the right. The right started when Obama took office and the left stopped when Obama took office, they are all party hacks
 
2010-04-17 09:18:41 PM  
Gdalescrboz: Sabyen91
Gdalescrboz: Where are the protests from the left that we saw during Bushs years? I didnt protest from 2001-2008, nor do i protest now. I do find it odd you dont see the hypocracy in your own question

You mean like the largest protests in human history? Do those count?

The February 15, 2003 anti-war protest was a coordinated day of protests across the world against the imminent invasion of Iraq.
Millions of people protested in approximately 800 cities around the world. According to BBC News, between six and ten million people took part in protests in up to sixty countries over the weekend of the 15th and 16th

Reading comprehention buddy. I asked "where ARE the protests from the left that we saw during the Bush years?" Im not going to explain this shiat to you, scroll up and read from the beginning

They still happen. Google war protest 2009 and/or war protest 2010. They don't get the press because it isn't interesting anymore for the media.

Really? I havent seen a single protest on my campus in the last year and a half, nor do i see protesters on the corners anymore. Im just saying the hyprocacy is just as strong on the left as it is on the right. The right started when Obama took office and the left stopped when Obama took office, they are all party hacks


You didn't Google, did you?
 
2010-04-17 09:18:55 PM  
House of Tards: absolutely_fabulous: FishingWithFredo: So dissent isn't the highest form of patriotism?

And community organizing is now bad?

It is if you don't agree with their world view.

And it also seems that while falsely accusing people of racism, it is OK to be ageist.

"Falsely"
[picture of old man holding sign "Show us your smallpox vaccination"]
That is a lot of liberal plants.

I don't get it...someone help me.
 
2010-04-17 09:20:54 PM  
Sabyen91: tuna fingers: Gdalescrboz: tuna fingers 2010-04-17 08:34:50 PM
Alien Robot, I'm calling you out as a farking pussy!
Please respond.
If your concern is about government spending, where were you in 2002 and the never ending (yet ridiculous) war in Iraq?
Please respond.

Where are the protests from the left that we saw during Bushs years? I didnt protest from 2001-2008, nor do i protest now. I do find it odd you dont see the hypocracy in your own question

You, dear friend, are my new asshole.
Seeing as how I feed you nourishment, you spew nothing but shiat.
I did protest Bush's war against Iraq.
I was not alone.
I ACTIVELY (IN THE STREETS) PROTESTED BUSH'S WAR AGAINST IRAQ.
I lost some friends along the way.
I was not alone.
The "Dissent is the greatest form of patriotism" sign was held by me.
You, dear friend, are my asshole.
Thanks.

He is talking about now, now that it is Obama and not Bush. He is assuming liberals no longer protest the wars because there is a Dem president.


Oh. He's really that stupid?
That deserves no response.

/A war ill-gotten is a war ill-waged.

Ask Mr. Alien-pussypants-Robot to enlist and end it.
 
2010-04-17 09:21:16 PM  
Gdalescrboz: Really? I havent seen a single protest on my campus in the last year and a half, nor do i see protesters on the corners anymore. Im just saying the hyprocacy is just as strong on the left as it is on the right. The right started when Obama took office and the left stopped when Obama took office, they are all party hacks

If you misspell hypocrisy or comprehension one more time, I will reach through the internet and slap you.
 
2010-04-17 09:21:33 PM  
Gdalescrboz: Really? I havent seen a single protest on my campus in the last year and a half, nor do i see protesters on the corners anymore

I saw one today alone. They just don't have the press that the teabaggers have.
 
2010-04-17 09:22:36 PM  
Abox: For people that have never known hardship, the Teabaggers are a pretty angry bunch.

This is what i think--because these folks have had pretty easy lives (maybe some of them went to Vietnam, but overall, things were pretty calm and easy) now they're having a shiat fit because their lives really haven't amounted to much. They lived, they went to work, they had a comfortable life, bought a bunch of meaningless crap, and now they're getting old. So why not get angry at something? It gives their lives meaning, at long last. Something more "important" than fertilizing their lawn and yelling at the kids to stay off it, or deciding which coffee-maker to buy this time.

And before you start mocking ME, I'm about that age myself.
But my life has sucked, so I don't need to go out and find meaningless things to protest. I also don't feel the need to be part of a group, no matter which one, as long as they'll give me something to stand for.
 
2010-04-17 09:23:51 PM  
tuna fingers 2010-04-17 09:20:54 PM
Sabyen91: tuna fingers: Gdalescrboz: tuna fingers 2010-04-17 08:34:50 PM
Alien Robot, I'm calling you out as a farking pussy!
Please respond.
If your concern is about government spending, where were you in 2002 and the never ending (yet ridiculous) war in Iraq?
Please respond.

Where are the protests from the left that we saw during Bushs years? I didnt protest from 2001-2008, nor do i protest now. I do find it odd you dont see the hypocracy in your own question

You, dear friend, are my new asshole.
Seeing as how I feed you nourishment, you spew nothing but shiat.
I did protest Bush's war against Iraq.
I was not alone.
I ACTIVELY (IN THE STREETS) PROTESTED BUSH'S WAR AGAINST IRAQ.
I lost some friends along the way.
I was not alone.
The "Dissent is the greatest form of patriotism" sign was held by me.
You, dear friend, are my asshole.
Thanks.

He is talking about now, now that it is Obama and not Bush. He is assuming liberals no longer protest the wars because there is a Dem president.

Oh. He's really that stupid?
That deserves no response.

/A war ill-gotten is a war ill-waged.

Ask Mr. Alien-pussypants-Robot to enlist and end it.


What the fark? And thats all i got to say about that
 
2010-04-17 09:24:15 PM  
Mugato: captain_heroic44: Now, of course, Obama is increasing spending again. Will he bring the budget back into balance when the economy recovers? Unknown. What is known is that he is the leader of the party of fiscal responsibility, and his opposition party is the party of permanent deficits.

Once again for the cheap seats, where were the teabaggers during the Bush administration?


Saying that anyone who undermined the POTUS during a time of war was a traitor...

Still waiting for an actual explanation of what changed...
 
2010-04-17 09:24:29 PM  
ZydrateZombie: libtard vrs teabagger game is juvenile

one of these endearing terms was self-selected
 
2010-04-17 09:24:38 PM  
Chariset: If it were a crowd of black people protesting higher taxes or redistribution of wealth or what have you, the Teabaggers would be the first to say "If they've got time enough to stand around protesting, they've got time enough to find a second job.

Right on the money!
 
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