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Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Riot Police called on Tea Party protesters in Quincy, IL

Today several groups made the trek to Quincy IL to show en force to President Obama that we are not going away. The President was in town giving a speech at the community center to a group of folks-mostly pushing his new economic policy or as I might call it, the latest tragedy visited on the American people.

I will have photos to upload soon, but I wanted to share with you the video of the Riot Police, called in apparently to intimidate the crowd gathered to greet the President when he arrived.


I mean really, who wouldn't want to be protected from her:











In addition, the Secret Service told the Riot Police to "push the crowd back as far as you can, out of sight.".....So, this is what your dear leader thinks of YOU America. He doesn't want to even see your face or know of your existence if you don't agree with his policy.

I guess it's a good thing we didn't have water bottles.......we might have offer those police a drink. Unlike the recent illegal immigration protesters who threw them at police.


More to follow.

10 comments:

  1. Loved the post! I am sharing this on my FB wall.

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  2. hitler use to use his ss squad for that

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  3. Wow, I was at a Cindy Sheehan rally in Crawford, TX and the secret service did the same thing to us when Bush rolled through...must be a thing about protecting the president or something...MORONS!!!

    You people are a laughing stock...

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  4. You rowdy Americans. How dare that we stand for our rights in face of a man that wants to take them away.
    Go Freedom T.E.A. Patriots. Keep up the charge. Poor Mr. (Maybe not eligible to be President" Obama, has a revolution on his hands and his enemy, in his mind, are the Americans that believe in the Constitution.

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  5. The riot police look real enthusiastic to be there. :)

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  6. When I woke up Wednesday morning, I knew that I lived in the United States of America, land of the free; as I stood in Quincy Wednesday afternoon, I wasn't really certain where I was. Sad...

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  7. They didn't comply when first asked to move back. That's what happens. I'm sure you all were willing to come to the defense of the left when they were caged a couple of blocks away when Bush would come to town. What hypocrites.

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  8. What will we be saying a year from now when those special forces do raise their hands against the Tea Party folks? Obama isn't likely to stop the mayhem he's writing all over our government documents, and I bet he's willing to be ugly and start quieting dissenters. I'm seriously afraid of what our country is going to be like after this man. Why can't he be impeached for Constitutional violations or something? When is enough - Enough.

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