Wednesday, April 07, 2010

Let it be noted that when some abused-by-politicians guy

does something drastic, Maxine Waters(Socialist Moron-CA) has already made excuses for him.
The anger that you see expressed out there in Los Angeles, in my district this evening, is a righteous anger, and it's difficult for me to say to the people, "Don't be angry." When people are angry and enraged, they do do senseless things, they do act even sometimes out of character, and that's why it is the responsibility of America to try and avoid putting people in these kinds of situations.
By May 1, when she gave another interview to Couric, she was referring to the riots as "the insurrection." A 2007 Los Angeles Times article quotes her as having said in 1992, "If you call it a riot, it sounds like it was just a bunch of crazy people who went out and did bad things for no reason. I maintain it was somewhat understandable, if not acceptable. So I call it a rebellion." On May 4, 1992, the L.A. Times quoted her as saying, "Riot is the voice of the unheard."

And so on. And you know KNOW the miserable little jerk will be seriously bent out of shape if anyone does anything(which will mean anything) she doesn't approve of, and her words will either not be acknowledged, or "But that was different!"

1 comment:

Windy Wilson said...

Socialist Moron, CA is right, if a bit redundant.

I swore back in 1994 that I would deck the next person who called the riots "an uprising".
An uprising is what the Jews did in the Warsaw ghetto in 1943 and the remaining people in Warsaw did in 1944. They weren't setting fire to trees and stealing consumer goods out of stores, they were directing their rage into violence against the oppressors.
To call the Los Angeles Riots an "Uprising" is to not only insult those Jewish and Christian Poles in WW2, it is to insult our fathers and grandfathers and the fathers and grandfathers who fought and died to put things right in the world.