Time To Quash The Angry Republican Mob Myth, Right Now

Michelle Malkin is right. It’s time to put an end to the “ObaMedia” myth that Republican rallies are bastions of hate and anger:

The narrative of the McCain “mob.” McCain-Palin rallies are out of control, they wheedle. Conservatives are mad! They’re yelling mean things about Obama and calling him names! It’ scaaaaary!

Paul Krugman is trembling: “Something very ugly is taking shape on the political scene: as McCain’s chances fade, the crowds at his rallies are, by all accounts, increasingly gripped by insane rage…What happens when Obama is elected? It will be even worse than it was in the Clinton years. For sure there will be crazy accusations, and I wouldn’t be surprised to see some violence.”

Frank Rich decries “Weimar-like rage” and the “violent escalation of rhetoric.”

Please.

Let’s talk about “insane rage” and “violent escalation.”

Head on over to Michelle Malkin’s where she does a fabulous job chronicling the unhinged, moonbat rage that conservatives have had to put up with for the past eight years.

Jim Treacher has more, and figures the “deathbed media” has nothing to lose at this point by advancing their political agenda in such an obvious and transparent manner.

The latest McCain/Palin rally outrage stars a genius posing with his Obamamonkey. One idiot out of a crowd of thousands, and it’s proof positive that all Republicans are racists.

If anyone in the MSM wanted to make the effort….they might find it interesting that Obama supporters stalk McCain /Palin rallies all over the nation, with angry chants, and posters, and obscene tee-shirts. They might have noticed that McCain/Palin supporters don’t do the same thing at Obama rallies.

Try googling “McCain/Palin supporters protest Obama rally”, and see what comes up.(Huh!) Mostly posts about Obama supporters protesting McCain rallies, and a few stories about how *angry* McCain supporters are. I didn’t see any stories about McCain supporters stalking Obama rallies.

Now google Obama supporters protest McCain/Palin rally.:

Oh my.

Pages and pages of examples. It turns out, this is a tactic that is actually encouraged by the great community organizer, himself, so we shouldn’t be surprised. This is how they get in our faces.

I went to a McCain/Palin rally back in early September. It was an upbeat, happy group of people. The only angry faces I saw, looked like this:

Here’s a video someone took at the rally in Lee’s Summit, Mo. Notice how after a McCain supporter playfully touches an Obamanut with her index finger, she is accused of assault: “She hit me!”:

Notice how the McCain supporters laugh off the Obama supporters.

These angry Obamanuts are out there, protesting, and agitating at McCain/Palin rallies all across the nation, but the Republicans are the ones who are accused of being “gripped by insane rage”.

Having said all that, it is true that Republicans are getting frustrated and angry.  I wouldn’t call it “insane rage”, but righteous anger. They see the obvious media bias, they see the financial crisis, caused by liberals, being blamed on Republicans, they see the upswing in the polls towards the most corrupt far-left candidate America has ever belched out for POTUS, benefiting as a result. It’s frustrating, you know? So they express their displeasure by booing the media, or saying, “I’m mad”!

Go back and look at Michelle Malkin’s post, and cry me a river.

MORE:

Recent examples of Obama supporters not cooperating with the media meta-narrative:

Vandals strike York County GOP headquarters:

Vandals (Obamathugs) spray-painted the words “Republican means slavery” on the door of the York County GOP campaign headquarters overnight Friday.

Burning McCain Sign Lands Men in Hot Water:

Two men(Obamathugs)from Portland OR made molotov cocktails and threw them at a McCain sign early Saturday morning.

A black McCain Palin supporter receives death threats from Obamathugs for supporting the wrong guy:

CNN to black McCain supporter: Um, why aren’t you backing Obama?

How about this video of the few brave McCain/Palin supporters who paraded down a street in Manhattan, only to be treated to a barrage of hateful sneers and insults hurled at them by Obama supporters:

Enough already with the “angry Republican mob b.s.”

UPDATE:

Ha.

One of the twits with the Sarah Palin is a C-word tee-shirts is prominently displayed on Obama’s own website.

Ace asks:

“Tell me, MSM: Will you have Monkey Man like coverage of the hate bubbling up in the Obama camp”?

UPDATE II (Oct. 17):

Still more evidence of Obamathuggery:

Obama supporter assaults female McCain supporter in NYC.

McCain hater arrested for dumping dog shit in bed of pick up trucks with McCain/Palin stickers

YIKES!

McCain/Palin supporters really are getting ugly!:

UPDATE III (Oct 18):

This sign tells a common tale:


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8 thoughts on “Time To Quash The Angry Republican Mob Myth, Right Now

  1. That elitist jackass Rich was on the Imus show this morning. How disgusting, listening to Imus preen Rich and praise his trenchant insights — like a baboon picking lice off another baboon. Repulsive.

    How maddening to see one side get away with the most monstrously reprehensible behavior and the mainstream media never says a bloody thing about it. Then let a few spirited people pipe up at a McCain rally and the hyperconcerned schmucks from the New York Times lecture us about tone.

    Frank, you pathetic dimwit, I’ve got news for you. If McCain wins, THEN you will see the mob violence you’re so wringing your hands over … guaranteed. And then you can pen a sickening column about how understandable the rage is among people who feel so left out and so oppressed by the system. But of course, Frank, YOU will be far away from all the looting and burning. The store owners and decent residents of those neighborhoods will be the ones who suffer, not you. (I know, I know, it’s racist to expect violence after an Obama defeat. You guys said the same about those with similar concerns as the Rodney King verdict drew near. And you were wrong then, too. Still waiting for the apologies.)

    So Frank, please go lock yourself in your ivory tower and stay there until December. Your highly selective observations are bogus, unfair, hypocritical, worthless and add nothing to the discourse. And stop telling us that bringing up the Ayers association is racist. Your cries of “racism” are so unbelievably knee-jerk (emphasis on the “jerk” part). Linking Obama to a white domestic terrorist has no racial component — except in a sick, twisted mind that sees racism in every nook and cranny of white America.

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  2. Well said Catfish.

    McCain needs to stop being so sensitive to media criticism, too. They are trying to steer his campaign; he can’t let them do that.

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  3. You’re right. In fact, the whole GOP needs to stop worrying so much about the media. Having said that, though, I can understand the worries — news media in general are so hostile. I think Republicans on the hill are still smarting from the bad media PR over the Gingrich-led shutdown of government that backfired so badly back in the 1990s. But they’ve got to get over it or we’ll never move forward. Bush and McCain pander to the media constantly, and I hate it.

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  6. I hope McCain wins so you dumbasses can see your fearless leader die of skin cancer on national TV. Hope you all fail in everything you do. Cheers!!

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