Tuesday, August 04, 2009

Rachel Maddow reports on the Republican "tea-bagger" thugs

This is what conservative Republican money is buying. The "tea-baggers" are the modern example of them German brown shirts from the 1920's. The job of both organizations is the same - shut down the public presentations of the opposition.

Addendum 3:49 pm

Surprise, surprise! Rick Scott, the CEO of the anti-health care reform group Conservatives for Patients Right (CPR), has stated publicly that his organization is behind the supposedly "Grassroots" mobs who are attempting to shut down Democratic discussions of health care reform.

There goes the fantasy that these teabaggers are all coming out at the same time as some kind of grass-roots movement that is not beholden to the insurance companies who hate the very idea of universal health care.

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