Wednesday, May 02, 2012

I Blame Pres. Obama's Inflammatory Rhetoric of Division and Perturbation

FBI Arrest Five May Day Anarchists for Allegedly Trying to Blow up Ohio Bridge.

I blame Pres. Obama's inflammatory rhetoric of division and perturbation: Occupy Leaders Apparently Involved in Ohio Bridge Bomb Plot.

I blame Pres. Obama's inflammatory rhetoric of division and perturbation: the continuing  rap sheet of the rampant criminality for these ugly OWS mobs.

I blame Pres. Obama's inflammatory rhetoric of division and perturbation. 'We Are on Their Side': Pres Obama Embraced the Violent OWS Mobs in Oct., 2011.

It's no coincidence the violent OWS mobs chose May 1st for their petulant diarrhea spew:
"May Day began as a holiday for socialists and labor union activists, not just communists. But over time, the date was taken over by the Soviet Union and other communist regimes and used as a propaganda tool to prop up their regimes. I suggest that we instead use it as a day to commemorate those regimes’ millions of victims. The authoritative Black Book of Communism estimates the total at 80 to 100 million dead, greater than that caused by all other twentieth century tyrannies combined."
I blame Pres. Obama's inflammatory rhetoric of division and perturbation: 3 More White Powder Letters Turn Up At News Corp. And Citicorp Tuesday Signed "Happy Mayday." (News Corp. owns FOX News and Citicorp received one of the largest TARP bailouts)

"The mainstream media spent Obama's entire first term falsely condemning the Tea Party as a potentially violent hate-filled mob. Then, a violent hate-filled mob called OWS actually showed up, and the MSM embraced it."  - John Hawkins

I blame Pres. Obama's inflammatory rhetoric of division and perturbation: OWS Rioting and Vandalism in San Francisco (Video)

Pavlovian response, isn't it?

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