Thursday, August 6, 2009

Swastikas and symbols like that

Nancy Pelosi has uncovered that Nazis are behind the protests at health care town hall meeting (tip: Wizbang):

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Interviewer: Do you think there's legitimate grassroot opposition going on here?

Pelosi: "I think they're Astroturf... You be the judge. "They're carrying swastikas and symbols like that to a town meeting on healthcare."

"Symbols like that?" That means it's not just the Nazis, but other groups that the Democrats feel are just like Nazis.

"Who?" you ask. I'm glad you asked.


Star of David

Walmart vest
Wal-mart workers

New York Yankees hat
Sports fans

Medic Alert

Be a good Democrat. If you see anyone wearing hate symbols like these, report them. They are dangerous.


  1. Nope not Nazis just these people

    Note: the sponsors are made up of people that kill legislation for a living. For instance,, or Just normal people that previously wrote speeches for Bush, or former republican State Legislators. Just two example do some research you will find more. Funny how a "grass roots" uprising is really a political machine driven by people that work in that industry. I wonder if the insurance industry donates to any of those groups hmmmm...

  2. Pelosi is the one thaty said "swastikas." You think she meant ancient Hindu? Me neither.

    Stay on point. She said the protesters wore "swastikas and symbols like that." And I'm saying the symbols I'm showing would be the ones you'd find, not the one she cites.

  3. Tyler - Do you live in a cave? No internet access? Hmmm?

    Some easy facts to get hold of ...

    - In 2008 elections, insurance industry contributed $25.7M to Repubs, $20.9M to Dems.

    - Since 2004, the Insurance industry PACs have contributed to Dems and Repubs alike, hedging their bets. And the #1 recipient of Insurance PAC contributions: Max Baucus, D-Montana. You know him - he's head of the Senate Finance Committe, and a Congressional lead in pushing the ObamaCare legislation.

    - Max has made it a point to collect campaign money from health- and insurance-industry interests. In the past six years, 25% of all contributions (ALL) raised by Baucus and his political-action committee has come from groups and individuals associated with drug companies, insurers, hospitals, medical-supply firms, health-service companies and other health professionals.

    Look before you leap, pal. Better to work with facts than just talk crap.

  4. What I wrote was fact. I simply said that the town hall disruptions are sponsored by people who are not just "normal" people as it is being described by the Republican party and others who support it. So by your logic since a Senator I can't even vote for, and others are funded by the insurance industry I can't express my disgust that insurance companies and the republican party(among others) are funding those that tell people to disrupt town halls that are meant to be constructive? Even John McCain agrees that this is not productive. Oh wait that isn't logic at all that is just a poor attempt at an insult. Yeah you are right man I don't have internet. Wow that was easy...

    I was responding to this, "That means it’s not just the Nazis, but other groups that the Democrats feel are just like Nazis."

    I simply answered who is organizing this nonsense. However, there is actually footage of people with "swastikas" as well, and some signs with SS written on them much like the Nazi SS. It appears those people are trying to equate the health care overhaul with the Nazi movement, and they are not actually Nazis. Funny it seems they and democrats are aligned on that front, they are all against Nazis. I wonder how survivors of the holocaust feel about the ease with which people are labeled as Nazis now. Why is health care overhaul a Nazi concept? By those people's logic every other developed country in the world is full of Nazis. Luckily the only people that believe that seem hell bent to make themselves look so insane that now one will take them seriously anyway. Icing on the cake for all those people, how the hell can a man that is milato be a Nazi to begin with?

  5. Now you're concerned about "survivors of the holocaust feel about the ease with which people are labeled as Nazis"? I don't recall you coming to George W. Bush's defense against the left's common use of Nazism in its references to him.

    Having said that, the Nazi principals of advocated a strong, centralized government under their leader seems awfully familiar. When opposed, race was brought up. And the tactics employed at polling places, as well as the recent deployment of thugs, taking the White House's "punch twice as hard" message literally, as smack of the tactics of Hitler's National Socialist German Workers Party.

    And, yes, a mulatto can be a Nazi. The one in the White House isn't a National Socialist, just a socialist. And that's very, very dangerous.


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