Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Fetch The Ball. Good Media. (Good, Good, Good.)

A textbook example of a willfully and purposely contrived act of desperation can be seen in the video found over at Advance Indiana.

Go listen to it for yourself.

But before you do, just know and understand that they would have liked to have heard racial slurs. They wanted to hear them. But from the video, I honestly cannot hear anything. From that vantage point, there were no examples of what was alleged.

Here's what I think:

I think they tipped off the news media, told them they'd be trying to provoke a response from the Tea Partiers. The media ran to the site and started the preconceived, preplanned story with nothing but an accusation. The government officials seen on the tape set it up.

They threw a ball. Then, the media ran after it. They chased it out of the muck faster than a retriever chasing his favorite ball. It's classic.

If anything was said, I do not know how it could have been heard in a crowd that large and vocal. We certainly don't hear it in this video. So far we haven't heard anything. More evidence that they cannot defend their decision, so they must resort to ridiculing and telling lies.


9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Yikes! Do I understand that you are suggesting Andre made up the story that someone used a racial epithet? A member of congress and a member of the Congressional Black Caucus —making up a story? Please say it isn’t so, LA —tell me this just can’t happen in a socialist America.

Well wait a minute; was Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton, or Jeremiah Wright present? Oops, scratch Wright. He uses the N word all the time.

Wow … liars in congress. Imagine that.

Mustang Sends

Chuck said...

See what you have done? you've taken away the innocence of Mustang. I hope your happy. ;)

The media has gotten to the point that is more than biased, it is downright embarrassing. They have literally become the little bitch of the left.

As far as the racial slurs last Saturday, I have said all along that I thought it was all BS. I think the whole thing was a set-up. I think the Congressmen walked through there to provoke the protesters and that it was pre-determined that there were going to racial slurs thrown, even if they had to make them up.

Greg said...

I noticed a couple of black people in the angry racist mob....

In all seriousness, now, I have to say that perusing pictures of tea party events, there are more than a few open racists in the movement. Tea partiers, if they are smart, will kick these idiots out so as not to be assumed to be racists themselves. Unfortunately, I don't see that happening. Have any of you been to a tea party event, and can you comment directly on this?

I do think the event was staged. I mean obviously! Pelosi marching through a crowd of tea partiers with her huge toy gavel? I didn't hear any racial epithets yelled, and I don't think any were.

Rocket said...

Hey good luck if you choose EADS to build those tankers!

Rocket said...

At 44.5 seconds I heard what sounded like it ended in "igger" but could not make out the first letter if there was. It could be mistaken for the "n" word and it also serves a great purpose right!

LASunsett said...

Rocket,

It all blends in for me...I cannot hear it. All that is definitive on my eardrums was "kill the bill" and boos....Lots of them. To me it's just words and sounds that I cannot make out.

But my ears are shot. Between the rock concerts and the artillery fire, they are not the same ears I was born with.

LASunsett said...

//See what you have done? you've taken away the innocence of Mustang. I hope your happy.//

Ye know not what ye say, Chuck.

I hope you know that he used this to make some sort of distorted and contorted accusation towards me.

I will be hearing it through the next several conversions. My life is over for awhile.

Thanks.

;)

LASunsett said...

Greg,

If I were speaking as an attorney, I'd say there could be plants in the crowd. Can't say for sure, but it's not too far fetched of a theory to have.

The larger point, I think, is that the huge and vast majority of those people just expressed their thoughts in a way that the instigators had to notice.

LASunsett said...

//Wow … liars in congress. Imagine that.//

And yet, he tells all of you how I am the sarcastic one.