Meet the Mob

Seeing as how some on the far-right fringe seem to think the folks who’ve been showing up at health care town halls haven’t really been that disruptive, thought I’d take a minute to post a few videos of some of of the folks who’ve been attending health care reform town hall meetings.

The first video comes from Buffalo, New York:

This next video was taken at a town hall meeting with HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius and Senator Arlen Specter at the National Constitution Center in Philly on August 2nd, 2009:

And here’s some footage of a classy crowd in Connecticut who suggests Sen. Chris Dodd should be given a handful of painkillers and some whiskey to wash them down:

Clearly the fringe is unhinged, as these videos show.


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  1. The lefties (who pay people to come out to townhall events, routinely organized “mobs” of their own throughout George W. Bush’s terms, and were oh-so-tolerant during the Proposition 8 aftermath AFTER the vote in California) calling out conservatives for being disruptive at these meetings reminds me of an old interview with Keith Richards where he intimated that teenagers should not get into drugs. Do as I say, but not as I do.

    The people that you have in the videos are out of line. People making ridiculous claims (eugenics, come on…) are on a pretty misinformed fringe. I find it disgusting that someone would wish that on Chris Dodd. That kind of behavior kills any point behind the frustration that motivated them to show up.

    However, you lefties have a U.S. Senator (Stuart Smalley, a.k.a. Al Franken) who fantasized on the radio about assassinating George W. Bush. Many on the left heralded the shoe-throwing Iraqi journalist as a hero, found David Letterman’s jokes about McCain’s inability to raise his arms over his head or type well to be hilarious (even though McCain was strung up with his arms behind him and beaten routinely while a POW).

    If you want to prove how they are wrong about their concerns on health care, by all means, but don’t lecture on hypocrisy from your side. It’s very unbecoming and disingenuous.

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