Commies, Lies & Video Tape at WR
See this sign? Nice sign. It means people shouldn't hold their stinking anti-war protests outside a military hospital. Even if said people have a permit issued by the D.C. Govt., it doesn't mean
they should use it. Just not nice!
This note was attached to the sign. Nice parents of a brave warrior. Said warrior doesn't like Pinkos either, but is nice enough to refrain from pummeling them.
"Princess" the androgynous Pinko arrives. Sees the sign. Gets confused and walks on down the block.
"Princess" hiding down the block. My new "cammo" skirt will hide me!
More commies arrive. "Princess" comes out of hiding.
What is this sign? What do we do? Can we cover it with our own sign?
No, let's cut it down.
Nice sign gone.
Bad sign takes its place! Commie Pinkos assume anti-war posturing.
What? What's this? Someone called the cops on us?!?
Why, yes you silly commies - stealing is against the law!
FReepers on left with back to camera.
What sign? We don't know anything about a sign! We didn't do anything with any sign.
Matthew adds: They sicked a biker gang on us!
Nice Cop told him to stick to tonight's problem.
Still, the Pinkos refuse to fess up. FReepers bring video. Smart FReepers!
Nice Cop watches video replay of commie Pinkos stealing sign and locking it in short, fat, funny-hat guy's car. BUSTED!!!!
Nice Cop says give the sign back.
Nice Cop agrees with FReepers that fence is U.S. Government property and Pinko's permit does not extend that far.
Take the bad sign down!
Well, we'll take it down ...for this week.
Silly commies, don't lie to a Nice Cop when you're on Candid Camera! Commies are 'tards.
FReepers have more cameras per capita than commies have brain cells.
Want to see the video? Go to this post on FreeRepublic.com. The links start at comment #87.
Last week, Nice Cop told us not to taunt the commies.
This week the "noisy corner" was quiet. So were the Pinkos ...for a while.
Ever wonder why Pinkos are called commies? Check out Code Pink's Spring and Mother's Day Agenda on FreeRepublic.com.
You will find that they have big plans for Iraq. These plans look an awful lot like communism. For instance:
- A massive reconstruction effort that prioritizes Iraqi contractors, and draws upon financial resources of the countries responsible for the invasion and occupation of Iraq;
- Consideration of a temporary international peacekeeping force that is truly multilateral and is not composed of any troops from countries that participated in the occupation.
- The nullification of privatization and deregulation laws imposed under occupation, allowing Iraqis to shape the trajectory of the post-war economy;
Above, FReepers AppleBlossom (with sign) and leolf who came all the way from Texas with his wife and father-in-law. They picked a great weekend for their first WR FReep! leolf has been counter-protesting a certain media whore in Crawford to show his support for the Troops.
This is concretebob. He's not only a FReeper, but a ProtestWarrior as well.
A Patriotic couple.
On the right is Kristinn - FReeper extrordinaire and author of the post containing the video link.
On the left is Mr. Sparling - father of wounded warrior PFC Joshua Sparling.
While Joshua is trying to recover from wounds he suffered in service to his country, his father engages in battle on Joshua's behalf.
Here he confronts Weasel and the other Pinkos on "outcast corner".
Next, Mr. Sparling engages the commies that lied about the sign.
Mr. Sparling is not one to suffer fools lightly. We were very pleased and honored to have his presence.
From Coop's post (linked above):
"Although the response to Joshua's predicament has been absolutely overwhelming, they have only received six cards - total - from Michigan. Why is that such a big deal? It's Joshua's home. And he's been featured in several newspapers, including Lansing's publication.
I just wanted to put out a friendly request to any Michigan FReepers to send Joshua a card - a belated Christmas card, a get-well or thank-you note, or a simple letter. Just to let him know his home state is aware and appreciative of his family's
night's festivities here.
...with guns. (did I write that out loud?)
Some people wear their heart on their sleeve. Coop wears his on his hat.
The "noisy corner" still being quiet...
...but then a '60s reject with a guitar shows up across the street.
Hippy protest songs!
Quite no more! Out comes the sound system (little box on post) and contemporary patriotic music flows forth.
Hey, they started it!
The bus from Fran O'Brien's surprised us all by arriving shortly after 9pm. The Pinkos barely had time to scurry back into the shadows and beneath the rocks.
There were many happy faces smiling back at us from the bus as we waved and cheered the wounded heroes. As usual, I forgot all about my camera and getting a picture until the bus was inside the gate. Oh well, I'd rather wave and cheer!
Going the last mile.
One day soon I hope to see our corner look like this all evening. No counter-protest because the Pinkos went away.
Maybe next week...