Monday, July 23, 2012

Democrat Threatens Tea Party Girl

personally, I would have clocked the guy!
During a public event at the Reform Congregation - Keneseth Israel in Jenkintown, Pa for Obama (which no Republicans were invited to speak at) - We arrived to find Myron Goldman - a Jewish American for Romney handing out literature. He was told to leave. 10 minutes later, Steve (from Citizens For Liberty) and I were listening to Josh Shapiro talk about how TOLERANT the Democrats are and how they welcome other opinions (yet they tried to throw Mr. Goldman off the property). At the end of the event, I stood in the parking lot with my sign that said Obama has killed (among other things) Jobs, the coal industry, and the Constitution. Things got very heated as a Democrat told one person to "Go F*ck Themself" and then he proceeded to get in my face, bump his chest into me, and told me he was going to break my camera. To be fair, there were 2 lovely Democrat ladies at the end who stopped and said they appreciated our right to be there and voice our opinion. Debbie Wasserman Schultz spoke at this event - the same Debbie Wasserman Schultz who said the Tea Party lacks civility - if you watch this video - I'd say actions speak louder than Debbie's lying accusations.



From Northeast Intelligent Network

Politically motivated physical assault recorded on video

23 July 2012: 

 If you had any doubt that ideological emotions are running high in advance of the 2012 elections, a video taken on the evening of 16 July 2012 outside of a synagogue in Jenkintown, PA  should put them to rest.  Tensions are beginning to become apparent as the political and ideological divide widens among citizens.
The meeting of Obama supporters, led in part by Josh Shapiro, the Chair of the Montgomery County Board of Commissioners, spoke to the crowd about the 2012 Obama campaign along with Debbie Wasserman Schultz, the Chair of the Democratic National Committee.
Ironically, Shapiro spoke about how tolerant their Progressive ideology is and how they welcome diversity of opinion, except, apparently, when the opinion does not conform to the ideology of Progressivism.  read the rest

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