Juan Williams: ‘Don’t Tread on Me’ Flags are ‘Timothy McVeigh’ Imagery
NewsBusters ^ | March 30, 2010 | Matthew Balan
Posted on Tuesday, March 30, 2010 4:21:48 PM by pogo101
On Monday’s O’Reilly Factor on Fox News, NPR news analyst Juan Williams furthered the left’s talking point about the tea party’s supposed connection to militias, and even went so far to claim that the Gadsden or “Don’t Tread on Me” flags used by the conservative grassroots movement is “the same imagery that was on Timothy McVeigh” . . .
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Are Politicians Even Worried About The 2010 Elections?
Posted By admin On March 29, 2010 @ 4:15 pm In Washington Politics | 111 Comments
Jews for the Preservation of Firearms Ownership
March 29, 2010
To Those Who Care:
This letter is my personal opinion, and is not meant to reflect the viewpoint of JPFO or its members.
Since the election of Barack Obama, Congress has twice blatantly demonstrated its total lack of concern for the will of the American people. First, the mind boggling and completely secret bank bailouts, and now the passage of so-called “health care reform”.
Sharing some of my present thoughts with you would have seemed overly alarmist on the day Obama was sworn into office. But now? Now there are urgent questions that must be asked.
Now there are urgent questions that must be asked.
With a few laudable exceptions, Senators and Representatives in Washington D.C. do not seem to care about the upcoming elections in November of this year. With a less than eleven percent approval rating from their constituency, these politicians, in normal times, would be cringing at the thought of going home to their own States and Districts to face the wrath of a furious American public.
But look how these arrogant politicians are behaving. They don’t seem to care. Were elections held tomorrow the bums would be tossed out … by the truckload.
And so, the question must be asked: Are there even going to be elections in 2010? And, if there are, will they be honest?
Are there even going to be elections in 2010?