As a partisan media lap dog, The Washington Post reports:
Black lawmakers said some protesters hurled racial epithets at them, and in one instance, spit upon them.
The article ends with the following comment:
"I have heard things today that I have not heard since March 15, 1960, when I was marching to get off the back of the bus," said House Majority Whip James E. Clyburn (D-S.C.), the highest-ranking black official in Congress.
Do you get the picture folks? If you oppose the passage of this bill, you are a hate filled bigot. The libs and their lap dogs go one step further in comparing the protests of today to those of the racists who supported racial inequality in the South. Since they cannot defend the bill itself, the hate mongers are attempting to guilt those who oppose it into acceptance. This is a liberal practice that has gone on since the 1960's.
First off, how are we to know that those who committed the racist remarks or spat upon the black congressmen were not plants? The libs have been caught red handed before with all sorts of plants. How can it be that all of a sudden the conservative movement has been infused with racism? Or perhaps it is simply a very limited few are hijacking the movement to practicing hate? One thing is for certain, if this had been a common attitude among the protesters all year long, the lap dog media would have picked up and reported on it.
While we're on this subject, how come the leftist media has constantly swept under the rug all the hate that the left has committed against the right? It happens all the time, but is ignored by those who are supposed to be neutral in their reporting. Conservatives have complained about this double standard for decades, but the "impartial media" refuses to hear or even care.
Regardless of the truth of today's events, one thing is for sure: no buildings were damaged, no vehicles over thrown, and no physical violence was committed (as opposed to the race riots in L.A. after the Rodney King trial). How quickly the media seems to forget...
This is all a last gasp by an establishment which seeks to overthrow the Constitution of the United States - desperate people using every means possible to overthrow the country from within.
I cannot say with 100% accuracy, but I do not think that the health care bill will have enough votes to pass tomorrow. However, I do not trust the Democrats at all. If the bill cannot be passed tomorrow, I know that they will look for and use any other means available to them to pass it or something very similar.
Regardless of what happens tomorrow, the war is not over. Indeed, it has only just begun.