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2012-07-06 11:03:59 AM

mitEj: halfof33: Interesting that Fark greenlights a liberal rag's spin on it, which simply repeats MSM reports, while adding copious tears.

Hecklers gonna get heckled. I'm sure the Union thug has done worse.

based off of what factual evidence ?

None.

Fark off tool


That they were there intentionally interfering with the Rally screaming and disturbing it and trying to use a hecklers veto to drown out political expression?

Yeah, you sure did not get that from that hypocritical propaganda.

Here is a Link that tells the whole story.

Curious that the Daily Kos did not mention that the thugs were trying to drown out the speakers huh?

Farking Union Thugs.
 
2012-07-06 11:08:54 AM

halfof33: Interesting that Fark greenlights a liberal rag's spin on it, which simply repeats MSM reports, while adding copious tears.

Hecklers gonna get heckled. I'm sure the Union thug has done worse.


Wow, it repeats the facts and reacts to them? DAMN this article for not accusing the union supporter of crimes without any sort of proof beyond 'Member/supporter of a union!'
 
2012-07-06 11:12:14 AM

halfof33: mitEj: halfof33: Interesting that Fark greenlights a liberal rag's spin on it, which simply repeats MSM reports, while adding copious tears.

Hecklers gonna get heckled. I'm sure the Union thug has done worse.

based off of what factual evidence ?

None.

Fark off tool

That they were there intentionally interfering with the Rally screaming and disturbing it and trying to use a hecklers veto to drown out political expression?

Yeah, you sure did not get that from that hypocritical propaganda.

Here is a Link that tells the whole story.

Curious that the Daily Kos did not mention that the thugs were trying to drown out the speakers huh?

Farking Union Thugs.


Speaking loudly is legal. Assault is not.

And I assume you had the same problem with teabaggers shouting down Democrats at town halls, rallies, and whenever they can get their Hoverounds close enough?
 
2012-07-06 11:13:54 AM

LordJiro: halfof33: Interesting that Fark greenlights a liberal rag's spin on it, which simply repeats MSM reports, while adding copious tears.

Hecklers gonna get heckled. I'm sure the Union thug has done worse.

Wow, it repeats the facts and reacts to them? DAMN this article for not accusing the union supporter of crimes without any sort of proof beyond 'Member/supporter of a union!'


"the facts"? Where does it say that he was part of the SEIU intentionally sent to disrupt the rally?

Or are those facts a little too much for you folks?

Here's a better headline: HERO TAG: "SEIU Union thug tries to disrupt political speech, gets his lawn watered and his ass kicked by a man three times his age."
 
2012-07-06 11:14:28 AM
That picture looks like a pretty good metaphor for our current political climate right now.

A young Union member standing in unity with his brothers and sisters, trying to be heard. The older generation, trying to stifle his will, and failing. And the younger republican guy realizing that the old TeaBagger slipped his leash and is trying to pull him back.

Go back and look at the picture.

Who is listening to the speech?

This is the Republican party slipping away from relevance. I bet this incident drew more press than the speech...
 
2012-07-06 11:17:30 AM

LordJiro:
And I assume you had the same problem with teabaggers shouting down Democrats at town halls, rallies, and whenever they can get their Hoverounds close enough?


Uhhh, I'm not the one supporting the SEIU Thug's actions, you are.

As such, you happy with that post champ?
 
2012-07-06 11:17:38 AM

halfof33: LordJiro: halfof33: Interesting that Fark greenlights a liberal rag's spin on it, which simply repeats MSM reports, while adding copious tears.

Hecklers gonna get heckled. I'm sure the Union thug has done worse.

Wow, it repeats the facts and reacts to them? DAMN this article for not accusing the union supporter of crimes without any sort of proof beyond 'Member/supporter of a union!'

"the facts"? Where does it say that he was part of the SEIU intentionally sent to disrupt the rally?

Or are those facts a little too much for you folks?

Here's a better headline: HERO TAG: "SEIU Union thug tries to disrupt political speech, gets his lawn watered and his ass kicked by a man three times his age."


Again, speaking loudly is not illegal, no matter who sent you. Assault IS.
 
2012-07-06 11:20:41 AM

The Why Not Guy: erveek: I'm sorry that the protester didn't do what you would have preferred and assaulted an old man in retaliation. In your universe that makes the protester a pussy. Maybe he should show some class.

And if the younger man had retaliated with violence, skullie and our friends on the right would be screaming bloody murder.


YUP. If the protester had retaliated, as he was frankly justified to do so, the party line would be YOUNG SOCIALIST ASSAULTS ELDERLY FREEDOM FIGHTER, with no mention of the provoking incident.

fark Teabaggers and fark the conservatives/"libertarians" who secretly cheer them on but don't have the balls to admit that they
 
2012-07-06 11:22:15 AM

Heraclitus: That picture looks like a pretty good metaphor for our current political climate right now.

A young Union member standing in unity with his brothers and sisters, trying to be heard. The older generation, trying to stifle his will, and failing. And the younger republican guy realizing that the old TeaBagger slipped his leash and is trying to pull him back.

Go back and look at the picture.

Who is listening to the speech?

This is the Republican party slipping away from relevance. I bet this incident drew more press than the speech...


That is an interesting spin, until you realize that the young union member is in fact a front for a SEIU political action brgade intentionally sent there to DISRUPT the speech.

He wants this to be "heard" ROMNEY GO HOME....

This is what the USA has come to. sheep like you who don't realize that you are being manipulated by radical labor unions. He's on the clock, folks, bought and paid for by the SEIU.
 
2012-07-06 11:24:01 AM

Aarontology: "I acted out of character and I apologize if I offended anyone."

No, you committed assault you childish teabagging retard.


I would've had him arrested and charged with assault. Just for laughs.
 
2012-07-06 11:26:11 AM

LordJiro: Again, speaking loudly is not illegal, no matter who sent you. Assault IS


Actually it is, particularly when it is coupled with trespassing, breach of the peace and Union Thug activities.

"You have the right - if you disagree with me - to go outside and perform your protest. But you don't get the right to come in when I'm talking and shout me down. Otherwise people can always silence a speaker by heckler's veto, and Babel results."
 
2012-07-06 11:30:02 AM

Coelacanth: According to a source on Tumblr, Richard Brysac is a dentist.

I used to know a dentist like that. He had a bunch of clinics in the poorer sections of Los Angeles. He used to boast about ordering his people to water down the painkillers.


Was it Dr. Beauchamp, the dude who did laughable Spanish commercials to advertise his clinics in the really bad parts of town?

"Tengo ser su dentista" ("I want to be your dentist") was pronounced "Tango sair soo dentistuh!"
 
2012-07-06 11:30:29 AM

halfof33: Heraclitus: That picture looks like a pretty good metaphor for our current political climate right now.

A young Union member standing in unity with his brothers and sisters, trying to be heard. The older generation, trying to stifle his will, and failing. And the younger republican guy realizing that the old TeaBagger slipped his leash and is trying to pull him back.

Go back and look at the picture.

Who is listening to the speech?

This is the Republican party slipping away from relevance. I bet this incident drew more press than the speech...

That is an interesting spin, until you realize that the young union member is in fact a front for a SEIU political action brgade intentionally sent there to DISRUPT the speech.

He wants this to be "heard" ROMNEY GO HOME....

This is what the USA has come to. sheep like you who don't realize that you are being manipulated by radical labor unions. He's on the clock, folks, bought and paid for by the SEIU.


And even if that was all true, it doesn't give you the right to manhandle him.

Dipshiat.
 
2012-07-06 11:35:47 AM

halfof33: LordJiro: Again, speaking loudly is not illegal, no matter who sent you. Assault IS

Actually it is, particularly when it is coupled with trespassing, breach of the peace and Union Thug activities.

"You have the right - if you disagree with me - to go outside and perform your protest. But you don't get the right to come in when I'm talking and shout me down. Otherwise people can always silence a speaker by heckler's veto, and Babel results."


Actually, yes. Yes, he has that right. It's called the first farking amendment. And he wasn't trespassing or 'breaching the peace', and being a member of a union isn't illegal.

And I'm taking, from your dodging of the question, that you were, in fact, perfectly fine with Teabaggers being sent to shout down Democrats. So go eat a bowl of dicks, you hypocritical shiathead.
 
2012-07-06 11:46:49 AM

LordJiro: And he wasn't trespassing or 'breaching the peace', and being a member of a union isn't illegal.


Yes, actually he was trespassing or 'breaching the peace' .

But you'd have to read something other than Daily Kos to figure that out.

He also is not 25, he is 35, and is employed by the Union, and is very active in Ohio in organizing counter-protests where he and his group of paid thugs basically shout down anyone they target.

He is a paid agitator whose sole purpose in life is to shout other people down.

Such is the state of the Democratic party in 2012.

Go ahead and shout me down folks, maybe tell me to eat a bowl of dicks or something?
 
2012-07-06 11:54:27 AM

halfof33: LordJiro: And he wasn't trespassing or 'breaching the peace', and being a member of a union isn't illegal.

Yes, actually he was trespassing or 'breaching the peace' .

But you'd have to read something other than Daily Kos to figure that out.

He also is not 25, he is 35, and is employed by the Union, and is very active in Ohio in organizing counter-protests where he and his group of paid thugs basically shout down anyone they target.

He is a paid agitator whose sole purpose in life is to shout other people down.

Such is the state of the Democratic party in 2012.

Go ahead and shout me down folks, maybe tell me to eat a bowl of dicks or something?


So freedom of speech means freedom from criticism now? And I'd like a citation for the trespassing and breaching the peace charges.

And again, somehow shouting is more "thuggish" than ACTIVELY ATTACKING SOMEONE ELSE. Except when Teabaggers do the shouting, then it's Patriotism™.
 
2012-07-06 11:57:45 AM

halfof33:
Uhhh, I'm not the one supporting the SEIU Thug's actions, you are.


No, you're the tard supporting assault and battery, AND the suppression of one persons free speech in favor of another.
 
2012-07-06 11:57:57 AM

bdub77: I dare some old man to try that sh*t with me. One, you just assaulted me. Two, in defense of myself i accidentally knocked the rest of your farking teeth out. You looked hungry so I just fed you a blood and tooth sandwich.

Me, I'd constrict his breathing pipes, too. Not by shoving something in the major openings, but by crushing the pipes themselves. It's surpisingly easy to do, too. You'd think that they'd be better protected...
 
2012-07-06 12:00:36 PM

LordJiro: And I'd like a citation for the trespassing and breaching the peace charges.


Oh wait, I'm pretty sure that you told me to eat a bowl of dicks, did you want me to finish them before I got you the citation? Because I'm about halfway through the bowl.

Of Dicks.

That you wanted me to eat.

Because you are a serious person who deserves a serious response.

/curious, that i previously posted a link that provides information
//off to finish the BOD that a HUGE fan of the First amendment told me to eat.
 
2012-07-06 12:05:01 PM

vudutek: halfof33:
Uhhh, I'm not the one supporting the SEIU Thug's actions, you are.

No, you're the tard supporting assault and battery, AND the suppression of one persons free speech in favor of another.


It is funny because the suppression of one persons free speech in favor of another is eaxctly what Al Neal 35 of Canton is paid by the SEIU to do. And that was exactly what he was doing. And has done before and will do again.

Union thugs and the Democratic party, hand in hand.
 
2012-07-06 12:05:50 PM

halfof33: LordJiro: And I'd like a citation for the trespassing and breaching the peace charges.

Oh wait, I'm pretty sure that you told me to eat a bowl of dicks, did you want me to finish them before I got you the citation? Because I'm about halfway through the bowl.

Of Dicks.

That you wanted me to eat.

Because you are a serious person who deserves a serious response.

/curious, that i previously posted a link that provides information
//off to finish the BOD that a HUGE fan of the First amendment told me to eat.


Aw, poor baby, did someone being MEAN on the INTERNET hurt your feelings? I didn't realize Republicans were such whimpering little pussies...Oh wait, yes I did.

And your link says nothing about any trespassing or breaching of the peace charges. Just that they left; no mention of any arrests or anything. Whereas we have, on video, evidence of assault. Which, even if they WERE charged with trespassing and 'breaching of the peace', is a far more serious crime. But keep on hiding under your blankey from the scawy unions like your corporate sponsors tell you to.

I'm done with you.
 
2012-07-06 12:11:20 PM

halfof33: vudutek: halfof33:
Uhhh, I'm not the one supporting the SEIU Thug's actions, you are.

No, you're the tard supporting assault and battery, AND the suppression of one persons free speech in favor of another.

It is funny because the suppression of one persons free speech in favor of another is eaxctly what Al Neal 35 of Canton is paid by the SEIU to do. And that was exactly what he was doing. And has done before and will do again.

Union thugs and the Democratic party, hand in hand.


Tis response is the exact reason you're fav'd in GOPtard Red. 'Baggers disrupted townhalls, SEIU disrupted this. Guess what, shiat-fer-brains? BOTH are legal. Guess what, shiat-fer-brains? ASSAULT and BATTERY isnt! Getting a grasp of the basics yet? Or are you still working on that bowl of dicks that you seem to be enjoying?
 
2012-07-06 12:16:25 PM

BeesNuts: Don't Troll Me Bro!: El Morro: I watched the video. Gramps was very, VERY lucky.

Pretty much every guy I know would have instinctively grabbed his wrist with their left hand and straight up decked him with the right. He put his f*cking handkerchief in his MOUTH. I see what my dad does with his handkerchief, and the thought of that in my mouth is gag inducing. He should be arrested.

Yeah... "both parties" might do crazy shiat, but let's not lose sight of the difference in severity and frequency of sh*t like this.

That was my thought exactly. I don't know a single person that wouldn't have changed that old man's face forever when he tried to stuff something in their mouth.

I'm partial to the "blindly thrown backwards elbow and 180 degree pivot with arm cocked." Only come up once, but there's something gratifying about turning around to see the guy who just broke the Rule doubled over, confused, ashamed and mostly unharmed. On that guy, you'd bruise ribs and all that shiat, though. He'd be on actual cable news talking about union thuggery. It would be painted as an innocent old man being assaulted by every union member of all time. His hospital stay would be cataloged by Fox, CNN, MSNBC and HLN a la that flesh eating bacteria chick. His court case would be meticulously covered as he (successfully) pressed charges against the union member. The union member's house would be egged by angry right wingers defending the honor of that innocent old man. He'd be a martyr.

Search your feelings.

You know it to be true.


I know it's true, but it wouldn't bring back his ability to chew food, or talk to the grandkids, or any of that other stuff that gives him what little glimmer of light that is left in his wretched existence.
 
2012-07-06 12:21:23 PM

vudutek: Tis response is the exact reason you're fav'd in GOPtard Red. 'Baggers disrupted townhalls, SEIU disrupted this. Guess what, shiat-fer-brains? BOTH are legal. Guess what, shiat-fer-brains? ASSAULT and BATTERY isnt! Getting a grasp of the basics yet? Or are you still working on that bowl of dicks that you seem to be enjoying?


Feel the anger grow.

It hurts when you found out that Daily Kos lied, and that the Democratic Party is using Union Thug storm troppers paid for by SEIU to disrupt political meetings.

That said, I have no problem if the SEIU Union Organizer, who was paid by the Union to be there, presses charges. No problem whatsoever.

Maybe Al Neal has to run that by the SEIU National Union first? But whatever, I'm down with it.

SEIU Union Employee and Political Organizer Presses Charges.

That would make a GROOVY follow up headline.

"Look for the Union label, when they are disrupting a meet, greet or house."

Totally fine with me!

Poor Al
 
2012-07-06 12:36:28 PM

halfof33: Heraclitus: That picture looks like a pretty good metaphor for our current political climate right now.

A young Union member standing in unity with his brothers and sisters, trying to be heard. The older generation, trying to stifle his will, and failing. And the younger republican guy realizing that the old TeaBagger slipped his leash and is trying to pull him back.

Go back and look at the picture.

Who is listening to the speech?

This is the Republican party slipping away from relevance. I bet this incident drew more press than the speech...

That is an interesting spin, until you realize that the young union member is in fact a front for a SEIU political action brgade intentionally sent there to DISRUPT the speech.

He wants this to be "heard" ROMNEY GO HOME....

This is what the USA has come to. sheep like you who don't realize that you are being manipulated by radical labor unions. He's on the clock, folks, bought and paid for by the SEIU.


Sure, Sure. so what was the speech about?
 
2012-07-06 12:40:16 PM

thamike: You should show some respect for your welders, old man.


www.drjean.org
 
2012-07-06 12:49:09 PM

Heraclitus:
Sure, Sure. so what was the speech about?


Hmmm, are you suggesting that the SEIU's paid agitators who were there with the express and sole purpose of disrupting the speech might have succeeded?

Sounds like you folks are getting your money's worth with the strategy of using paid union thugs to disrupt your political opponents meetings.
 
2012-07-06 01:02:48 PM

halfof33: LordJiro: halfof33: Interesting that Fark greenlights a liberal rag's spin on it, which simply repeats MSM reports, while adding copious tears.

Hecklers gonna get heckled. I'm sure the Union thug has done worse.

Wow, it repeats the facts and reacts to them? DAMN this article for not accusing the union supporter of crimes without any sort of proof beyond 'Member/supporter of a union!'

"the facts"? Where does it say that he was part of the SEIU intentionally sent to disrupt the rally?

Or are those facts a little too much for you folks?

Here's a better headline: HERO TAG: "SEIU Union thug tries to disrupt political speech, gets his lawn watered and his ass kicked by a man three times his age."


Like it or not Teapartiers did this first
or are only for free speech when you like the speech. Look man, Summer 2009 is easy to Google and right-wing organizing like what the SEIU did at that rally are all over the internets. Sure it was an organized protest but that's the price/benefit of living in this country. Don't like it? pish there are plenty of places that will kill folks for protesting- you are more than free to move there.
 
2012-07-06 01:05:04 PM

halfof33: Sounds like you folks are getting your money's worth with the strategy of using paid union thugs to disrupt your political opponents meetings.


Taken directly from the Teaparty playbook.
Suck to have to eat your own shiatty cooking, doesn't it?
Eat it, biatch.
 
2012-07-06 01:12:27 PM
I'm siding with the ITG guys on this one. I'm no where near calm-headed enough to remain collected. My natural reaction to someone forcing a foreign object in my mouth is to lash out, not to continue a reasonable discussion.

Huge props to the protester for trying to soldier on.
 
2012-07-06 01:13:19 PM

Zombie Butler:
Like it or not Teapartiers did this first
or are only for free speech when you like the speech. Look man, Summer 2009 is easy to Google and right-wing organizing like what the SEIU did at that rally are all over the internets. Sure it was an organized protest but that's the price/benefit of living in this country. Don't like it? pish there are plenty of places that will kill folks for protesting- you are more than free to move there.


I wonder if he knows that his article specifically mentions that Union Thugs hired by the SEIU were attacking protesters? Interesting.

I guess they've been at it for awhile?
 
2012-07-06 01:16:00 PM

halfof33:
I wonder if he knows that his article specifically mentions that Union Thugs hired by the SEIU were attacking protesters? Interesting.

I guess they've been at it for awhile?


You're even capitalizing 'union thugs'. They must REALLY scare you huh? Might wanna go change your Depends there, Sparky.
 
2012-07-06 01:16:54 PM
Do the Thugs actually have their own union?
 
2012-07-06 01:21:34 PM

Heraclitus: That picture looks like a pretty good metaphor for our current political climate right now.

A young Union member standing in unity with his brothers and sisters, trying to be heard. The older generation, trying to stifle his will, and failing. And the younger republican guy realizing that the old TeaBagger slipped his leash and is trying to pull him back.

Go back and look at the picture.

Who is listening to the speech?

This is the Republican party slipping away from relevance. I bet this incident drew more press than the speech...


To be fair, the event was headlined by Tim Pawlenty and Bobby Jindal. Anyone who had been paying attention to the stage was already asleep.
 
2012-07-06 01:22:43 PM

halfof33: LordJiro: And he wasn't trespassing or 'breaching the peace', and being a member of a union isn't illegal.

Yes, actually he was trespassing or 'breaching the peace' .

But you'd have to read something other than Daily Kos to figure that out.

He also is not 25, he is 35, and is employed by the Union, and is very active in Ohio in organizing counter-protests where he and his group of paid thugs basically shout down anyone they target.

He is a paid agitator whose sole purpose in life is to shout other people down.

Such is the state of the Democratic party in 2012.

Go ahead and shout me down folks, maybe tell me to eat a bowl of dicks or something?




You know, as an American who has never registered for a political party and has voted for more Independents and Republicans than Democrats .... your posts come off as pretty one-sided. Both sides are doing the same stupid things.

Also, hired counter-protester from the Democrats or not, the old man was wrong. In the United States you do not have a right to assault another human being. I love to go over to the protesting Westboro Church/KKK/Nazis and beat the ever-loving shiat out of them so they never open their mouths again. But I don't.
 
2012-07-06 01:23:15 PM

vudutek: halfof33:
I wonder if he knows that his article specifically mentions that Union Thugs hired by the SEIU were attacking protesters? Interesting.

I guess they've been at it for awhile?

You're even capitalizing 'union thugs'. They must REALLY scare you huh? Might wanna go change your Depends there, Sparky.


Well, the way they accept money to disrupt political meetings, and have garnered a following of spittle soaked apologists here on Fark is certainly cause for concern, don't you think so, champ?
 
2012-07-06 01:34:45 PM

HellRaisingHoosier: You know, as an American who has never registered for a political party and has voted for more Independents and Republicans than Democrats .... your posts come off as pretty one-sided. Both sides are doing the same stupid things.


So you are saying you'd like my presentation of facts better if it was accompanied by a Tu quoque fallacy?

I'll certainly consider that.

Thanks for your input.
 
2012-07-06 01:35:12 PM

halfof33: vudutek: halfof33:
I wonder if he knows that his article specifically mentions that Union Thugs hired by the SEIU were attacking protesters? Interesting.

I guess they've been at it for awhile?

You're even capitalizing 'union thugs'. They must REALLY scare you huh? Might wanna go change your Depends there, Sparky.

Well, the way they accept money to disrupt political meetings, and have garnered a following of spittle soaked apologists here on Fark is certainly cause for concern, don't you think so, champ?


Nah, you're the concerned one here. You also seem to be making a blatant point of avoiding the whole issue of:
Free speech = legal
Assault and battery = illegal

Please, tell us how illegal activity becomes justified over legal activity, simply due to union membership?
 
2012-07-06 01:42:08 PM

halfof33: He also is not 25, he is 35


Oh, well why didn't you say so in the first place? This changes everything,
 
2012-07-06 02:03:54 PM

halfof33: He also is not 25, he is 35, and is employed by the Union, and is very active in Ohio in organizing counter-protests where he and his group of paid thugs basically shout down anyone they target.


Sounds like the Tea Party could've used him in 2010 when the Tea Partiers wouldn't shut the fark up during all of those healthcare town hall meetings amirght?
 
2012-07-06 02:06:33 PM

vudutek: halfof33: vudutek: halfof33:
I wonder if he knows that his article specifically mentions that Union Thugs hired by the SEIU were attacking protesters? Interesting.

I guess they've been at it for awhile?

You're even capitalizing 'union thugs'. They must REALLY scare you huh? Might wanna go change your Depends there, Sparky.

Well, the way they accept money to disrupt political meetings, and have garnered a following of spittle soaked apologists here on Fark is certainly cause for concern, don't you think so, champ?

Nah, you're the concerned one here. You also seem to be making a blatant point of avoiding the whole issue of:
Free speech = legal
Assault and battery = illegal

Please, tell us how illegal activity becomes justified over legal activity, simply due to union membership?


I fairly sure I said it would be "GROOVY" if Al pressed charges. You were probably drafting up another hard hitting post calling me a biatch and missed that. That's cool.

Kinda ironic that you are calling Al's speech "free" given that he was on the payroll of the SEIU.

The Why Not Guy: halfof33: He also is not 25, he is 35

Oh, well why didn't you say so in the first place? This changes everything,


"He also is not 25, he is 35, and is employed by the Union, and is very active in Ohio in organizing counter-protests where he and his group of paid thugs basically shout down anyone they target."

Reads different in context, huh, Captain Cutter? Thanks for posting.
 
2012-07-06 02:12:24 PM

Mrtraveler01: halfof33: He also is not 25, he is 35, and is employed by the Union, and is very active in Ohio in organizing counter-protests where he and his group of paid thugs basically shout down anyone they target.

Sounds like the Tea Party could've used him in 2010 when the Tea Partiers wouldn't shut the fark up during all of those healthcare town hall meetings amirght?


We've already covered the Tu quoque fallacy, haven't we?

But if you agree that the SEIU's conduct was at least as bad as you think the Tea Party's was, then thanks, friend, for making my point. Thanks for posting
 
2012-07-06 02:16:06 PM

halfof33: Mrtraveler01: halfof33: He also is not 25, he is 35, and is employed by the Union, and is very active in Ohio in organizing counter-protests where he and his group of paid thugs basically shout down anyone they target.

Sounds like the Tea Party could've used him in 2010 when the Tea Partiers wouldn't shut the fark up during all of those healthcare town hall meetings amirght?

We've already covered the Tu quoque fallacy, haven't we?

But if you agree that the SEIU's conduct was at least as bad as you think the Tea Party's was, then thanks, friend, for making my point. Thanks for posting


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halfof33: Mrtraveler01: halfof33: He also is not 25, he is 35, and is employed by the Union, and is very active in Ohio in organizing counter-protests where he and his group of paid thugs basically shout down anyone they target.

Sounds like the Tea Party could've used him in 2010 when the Tea Partiers wouldn't shut the fark up during all of those healthcare town hall meetings amirght?

We've already covered the Tu quoque fallacy, haven't we?

But if you agree that the SEIU's conduct was at least as bad as you think the Tea Party's was, then thanks, friend, for making my point. Thanks for posting


halfof33: Mrtraveler01: halfof33: He also is not 25, he is 35, and is employed by the Union, and is very active in Ohio in organizing counter-protests where he and his group of paid thugs basically shout down anyone they target.

Sounds like the Tea Party could've used him in 2010 when the Tea Partiers wouldn't shut the fark up during all of those healthcare town hall meetings amirght?

We've already covered the Tu quoque fallacy, haven't we?

But if you agree that the SEIU's conduct was at least as bad as you think the Tea Party's was, then thanks, friend, for making my point. Thanks for posting


Both sides are bad so support Tea Party amright? ;)
 
2012-07-06 02:21:51 PM
i.imgur.com

/got nuthin
//could be the pain meds.
 
2012-07-06 02:22:52 PM

halfof33: Zombie Butler:
Like it or not Teapartiers did this first
or are only for free speech when you like the speech. Look man, Summer 2009 is easy to Google and right-wing organizing like what the SEIU did at that rally are all over the internets. Sure it was an organized protest but that's the price/benefit of living in this country. Don't like it? pish there are plenty of places that will kill folks for protesting- you are more than free to move there.

I wonder if he knows that his article specifically mentions that Union Thugs hired by the SEIU were attacking protesters? Interesting.

I guess they've been at it for awhile?


No response to actual question. Check
No response to main point of actual linked article Check
Provocative response designed to move discussion away from question of Teaparty tactics and back on to talking point. Check
Pulls one sentence out of article assuming talking points "truth" while evidence of Teaparty planning to attack SEIU protesters is available with a simple google search. Whose the Thugs? remind me again.

It seems you only have the one talking point. I'll put this plainly. Were the Teaparty/ Freedomworks/ Glen Beck strategies ok to use when they were against the ACA?
 
2012-07-06 02:23:03 PM

Mrtraveler01:
Both sides are bad so support Tea Party amright? ;)


You liked it so much you posted it three times?

I am kind of surprised how many people here went to the B-b-bu-But Tea Party logical fallacy.
 
2012-07-06 02:25:23 PM

halfof33: Mrtraveler01:
Both sides are bad so support Tea Party amright? ;)

You liked it so much you posted it three times?

I am kind of surprised how many people here went to the B-b-bu-But Tea Party logical fallacy.


I had internet issues.

But I don't see the problem in pointing out that the Tea Party used these same exact tatics in 2010.

Were you upset when the Tea Party did that in 2010 or are you only upset when it's not your side doing the disruptions?
 
2012-07-06 02:27:02 PM

halfof33:
"He also is not 25, he is 35, and is employed by the Union, and is very active in Ohio in organizing counter-protests where he and his group of paid thugs basically shout down anyone they target."

Reads different in context, huh, Captain Cutter? Thanks for posting.


Nope, context irrelevant. free speech is still legal, assault and battery is still illegal.

BTW, do you have copies of paystubs or anything regarding these 'paid thugs'? Any indication that they're not just 'volunteer union thugs', who just happen to avoid any violent contact that might be considered 'thuggish'?

Really, how FAR on the wrong side of history do you REALLY want to be?
 
2012-07-06 02:32:03 PM

Zombie Butler: halfof33: Zombie Butler:
Like it or not Teapartiers did this first
or are only for free speech when you like the speech. Look man, Summer 2009 is easy to Google and right-wing organizing like what the SEIU did at that rally are all over the internets. Sure it was an organized protest but that's the price/benefit of living in this country. Don't like it? pish there are plenty of places that will kill folks for protesting- you are more than free to move there.

I wonder if he knows that his article specifically mentions that Union Thugs hired by the SEIU were attacking protesters? Interesting.

I guess they've been at it for awhile?

No response to actual question. Check
No response to main point of actual linked article Check
Provocative response designed to move discussion away from question of Teaparty tactics and back on to talking point. Check
Pulls one sentence out of article assuming talking points "truth" while evidence of Teaparty planning to attack SEIU protesters is available with a simple google search. Whose the Thugs? remind me again.

It seems you only have the one talking point. I'll put this plainly. Were the Teaparty/ Freedomworks/ Glen Beck strategies ok to use when they were against the ACA?


Hmmm, you don't understand what a Tu quoque fallacy is, now do you? It appears not, that is sad.

/history commons link? lulz, my word, are you a truther too?
 
2012-07-06 02:52:30 PM

HallsOfMandos: Coelacanth: Always carry a roll of quarters wrapped in duct tape to protests. If some jackass puts his mitts on you, make change.

You know, there is a better way to get even with your spare change...

[jokes.mtvnimages.com image 480x360]

/hot


(Haven't seen that movie, sorry.)
 
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