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October 4, 2010
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I just wanted to share this video from the OneNation rally in DC on Saturday. That little orange star that they put into their logo probably has a different meaning than the little white one in Wal☆Mart.  MSNBC’s Glenn Beck shaped marionette, Ed Schultz, made sure to publicize that OneNation was the opposite of the TEA Party and the American mainstream’s answer to the Restoring Honor event on 8/28.  Well, let’s take a look at what Schultzie thinks mainstream America looks like:

Dance Comrade Schultzie.  Dance.

But let us give credit where credit is due.  Ed Schultz is correct.  These people are the opposite of the TEA Party.  Anyone that still doesn’t believe that the ruling-class Democrats and their supporters want some form of Marxist socialism just doesn’t want to believe it.  But, you say, surely this OneNation rally doesn’t represent our President or the DNC.  Uh oh!  They endorsed it and sent out official mailings for it.

Obama organizing group pushes liberal march next weekend

September 27 2010

President Obama’s political organizing group is throwing its hat in the ring of increasingly popular marches in Washington D.C. as it pushed supporters on Saturday to attend next weekend’s rally on the National Mall.

Organizing for America, the Democratic National Committee’s group that lauds Obama’s legislative policies, sent out the e-mail blast advertising the Oct. 2 One Nation, Working Together rally as “the biggest progressive demonstration in decades.”

Read the full article on The Hill blog.

Now that you know who they are.  Ask yourself who you are.


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