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Saturday, April 30, 2011

Video: Zombies Descend on Winter Garden, FL

This is a 'must see' video. No, really. It's a safe bet that everyone of these 'zombies' voted for liberal whack job Alan Grayson in his November 2010 loss to Daniel Webster - the Representative these 'zombies' are protesting against. Someone really does need to tell these walking dead that whatever message they're attempting to communicate is not getting through because, well, they're zombies. Hint: When you're protesting by portraying yourself as a brain dead zombie that feasts on brains, you're likely not going to be taken seriously.

The optics in this news segment are killer - just watch the zombies limp around behind the reporter - but the best line of the segment comes from the news anchor after the report when he says, 'Who says activism is dead?'

Gotta love this.

Zombies protest congressman's office:

h/t Weasel Zippers

Videos: Rabid Mob Attempts to Attack Terry Jones in Dearborn, MI

Last week, Florida Pastor Terry Jones was in Dearbornistan, MI to protest in front of a mosque. A quick trial was called and it was not only ruled that he could not conduct that protest but that he couldn't go anywhere near the mosque for three years. One week later, Jones was in Dearborn to protest in front of City Hall. His group was easily outnumbered by counter-protesters. The only things separating the two were barricades and four lanes of traffic. The counter-protesters broke through the barricades and crossed all four lanes, ostensibly to do physical harm. The only thing stopping them were riot police.

Via Click On Detroit:
DEARBORN, Mich. -- Florida pastor Terry Jones was outside Dearborn's City Hall for his planned 5 p.m. protest, drawing a crowd of hundreds.

"We're glad to be back," he told reporters. "We're going to talk about a number of issues. Of course Sharia, jihad, what happened last week and we're even going to be talking about president Obama's reelection."

Counter-protesters lined Michigan Avenue across the street from City Hall. About an hour into the protest, the crowds broke the barricades and a police line. They rushed the street but were quickly contained by riot police crews.

The crowd was throwing water bottles and shoes at supporters of Jones. Police worked to push the crowd back across Michigan Avenue.

At least one arrest was made.
There are several videos available at Click On Detroit. Here is an on-the-ground news report - with shots from above via helicopter - as the barricades fell. Take note as the reporter speaks of a few local Muslim leaders who were helping police discourage counter-protester behavior. Make no mistake, that is not because they agree with Jones or even because they necessarily agree with his right to speak. Instead, they understand optics and knew the counter-protesters' behavior was bad for business.

Those counter-protesters kinda remind you of the Tea Party, right? Puhlease.

Here is another angle (from the side of the counter-protesters):

h/t Weasel Zippers

San Francisco Chronicle Accuses White House of Lying

At issue is a swanky fundraiser dinner in San Francisco where a bunch of Obama supporters got up from their table while the president was speaking and broke into a protest song, 'we paid our dues, where's our change?' The donors were protesting on behalf of Bradley Manning, the homosexual military private who is responsible for putting the thousands of top secret cables in the hands of Julian Assange and wikileaks. Here is a short clip of the donors singing along with Obama's reaction. That's key because the person who filmed it is the one allegedly facing White House wrath.

The fact that this video - shot by Chronicle reporter Carla Marinucci - was made public appears to be what has angered the Obama administration. The very liberal Chronicle reported that Marinucci had been excluded from the journalist pool for publishing the video:
The hip, transparent and social media-loving Obama administration is showing its analog roots. And maybe even some hypocrisy highlights.

White House officials have banished one of the best political reporters in the country from the approved pool of journalists covering presidential visits to the Bay Area for using now-standard multimedia tools to gather the news.

The Chronicle's Carla Marinucci - who, like many contemporary reporters, has a phone with video capabilities on her at all times -shot some protesters interrupting an Obama fundraiser at the St. Regis Hotel.

She was part of a "print pool" - a limited number of journalists at an event who represent their bigger hoard colleagues - which White House press officials still refer to quaintly as "pen and pad" reporting.

But that's a pretty Flintstones concept of journalism for an administration that presents itself as the Jetsons. Video is every bit a part of any journalist's tool kit these days as a functioning pen that doesn't leak through your pocket.
The White House denied threatening or banning Marinucci. This was clearly perceived as a lie by Chronicle editor Ward Bushee, who wrote the following:
Sadly, we expected the White House to respond in this manner based on our experiences yesterday. It is not a truthful response. It follows a day of off-the-record exchanges with key people in the White House communications office who told us they would remove our reporter, then threatened retaliation to Chronicle and Hearst reporters if we reported on the ban, and then recanted to say our reporter might not be removed after all.

The Chronicle's report is accurate.

If the White House has indeed decided not to ban our reporter, we would like an on-the-record notice that she will remain the San Francisco print pool reporter.
HERE is a link to the POLITICO story reporting that the White House denied threatening the Chronicle with banishment.

Typical liberals. Obama has been lying to the American people for a over three years now and the Chronicle doesn't get serious or indignant about it until they're the ones lied to.

h/t Drudge

Video: William F. Buckley vs. Saul Alinsky in 1967

This is only the first five minutes of a full hour but it's definitely worth watching. One conservative icon does battle with the founder of Community Organizing. This exchange is a look into the essence of the modern day battle between the Tea Party and the union thugs. The legacies of both men have ballooned significantly since their deaths. Buckley gets the better of this exchange and Alinsky ends up on the wrong side of semantic battles he actually created. For example, Buckley calls him on a quote attributed to him that referenced 'political pornography' and Alinsky took exception, saying he didn't call anyone a 'political pornographer.' Buckley shoots him down on that issue. The best part comes at the very end; Alinsky basically concedes that Buckley got him after making an analogy using a priest.

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