April 26, 2010

Who'da thought? Clinton hypocritical on protester rhetoric!

Here's what Bubba said about rioting anarchists in Seattle back in 2001:

"I don't think anybody in America should take what a few violent people did as in any way representative of this community or of the people who are here for peaceful protests."

But, of course, 'ol Slick sure had no compunctions about blaming Rush Limbaugh, et. al. for Tim McVeigh's terrorism, or that of just about any other rightist extremist.

RELATED: CNN describes the recently passed Arizona immigration law as "polarizing." But ... the network never referred to the Obama health care bill that way -- even though most Americans were against that (while the Arizona public overwhelmingly supported the immigration bill). And here's why: D.F.T.N.

ALSO RELATED: Civil Disobedience To Become Hip Again:

Not that Tea Partiers necessarily have been practicing civil disobedience, but based on typical media coverage you would think they're the greatest threat to humanity in centuries.

Well, Barack Obama's pal Al Sharpton is glomming on to the Arizona illegal alien issue like it's a pork chop and plans to start milking it for all it's worth. It'll be interesting to see the media finger-waggers decrying the civil disorder when it's one of their favorite pets doing it.

The Rev. Al Sharpton says he will challenge Arizona's new immigration bill in court and on the streets.

Sharpton is joining Lillian Rodriguez Lopez from the Hispanic Federation to announce a legal challenge to the bill. They say activists are also prepared to commit civil disobedience to fight the Arizona immigration bill.

Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer signed the bill Friday. It requires police to question people about their immigration status including asking for identification if they suspect someone is in the country illegally.

Just to be clear though -- police cannot arbitrarily just come up to someone and demand "papers;" at the very least police must pull over a suspect for a traffic violation or something similar.

Posted by Hube at April 26, 2010 03:48 PM | TrackBack

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