Protest Sign Reminders: What The Liberal Rallies From The Bush Years Were Like (22 pics)
There are a lot of Tea Parties coming up this week and we all know what the routine will be. The left-wing media will descend on the rallies, find the most ignorant people they can, carrying the most ludicrous signs, some of whom will undoubtedly be liberals trying to make the Tea Parties look bad, and they’ll tell you that’s what the Tea Parties are all about.
Now, if they’d done the same thing during the Bush years, nobody could complain. However, back then, they sanitized the liberal rallies. No controversial signs made the papers. Radicals were almost never interviewed. It was the fluffy, happy propaganda for the people version of what was really happening.
However, fortunately, I LOVED it when the left-wing anti-war rallies, the Sheehan cryfests, the anti-Semitic marches, and the Code Pinko marches were going on. So, I happened to collect quite a few protest sign pics of interest during those years. Today, I’m going to put some of them out there as a little reminder for everyone. When your local left-wing MSM source starts trying to tell you that the Tea Parties are all radicals, point ‘em right here, to this post, and let them see what “radical” really looks like.
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