Strange Bedfellows

Communists, immigrants, 9/11 Truthers, and various unions. Well, maybe not so strange.

Dahlhalla was there and saw the Teabag leftist violence for herself. You may want to read it, because despite the hype of violence (that doesn’t occur) at the Tea Party protests, there was actual violence at the May Day Communist celebration in New York.

About an hour later we were heading to a concert on the NYU campus, and started walking down Broadway toward Astor Place. We started hearing lots of police sirens all at once, and then looked straight ahead. There were young guys with baseball bats and Che signs pinned to their backpacks running down the street smashing store windows, all on the west side of Broadway.

So far, I can’t find anything concerning the violence in New York, but there is this story regarding violence that broke out in Santa Cruz’s May Day “celebrations”.

I hope Nancy Pelosi is made aware of this situation. After all, this angry climate could cause people to cross the line from heated talk to dangerous action.

I have some concerns about some of the language being used, because I saw this myself in the late 70s in San Francisco,” Pelosi said. “This kind of rhetoric was very frightening, and it created a climate where violence took place.

“I wish that we could all curb our enthusiasm in the statements that we make and understand that some of the ears that it’s falling on are not as balanced as the person making the statement might assume.”

Oh, wait. That only applies to Tea Partiers.

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One Comment on “Strange Bedfellows”

  1. xbradtc Says:

    Interesting that San Fran Nan is using the image of lefty violence in the 60s to try to imply that current centrist Tea Party speech is a precursor to violence.

    Apparently any speech by anyone right of Lenin is incitement. But they always forget to mention that it is the left that is incited.


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