Freedom rallies versus anti-freedom rallies

Posted by: ST on March 30, 2010 at 8:27 am

Wowzers. See if you can spot the many differences.

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9 Responses to “Freedom rallies versus anti-freedom rallies”


  1. Anthony says:

    But remember, they’re virtuous, because they’re fighting for the people. Or something…. /:)

  2. Paul says:

    What do they put in L.A.’s water ? Talk about some gone gooses ! :d

  3. ZippyTheWerewolf says:

    I think they tried to add a sterility chemical in L.A.’s water, but it failed completely, hence the greasy haired 60 plus year old hippy Obama Zombies in one of those pics.

    For one thing, besides the flag waving in the background at the Tea Party, the people are clean. At the glib (typo, it stays) rally they look like old stoners. To parade your children around with hate posters, is amazingly irresponsible. If they hate America so much, why don’t they move to a Muslim country and maybe they will change their mind about America and the freedoms they enjoy without risk to life, limb and family.

  4. Marilyn says:


    What a stark difference. I am so embarrassed to be a member of that bitter-countenanced generation of ex-hippies. 8-|

  5. Anthony says:


    You think we’re weird? You should look up some of Zombie’s photo essays from San Francisco and Berkeley. :))

    (Zombie used to be tight with Charles of LGF, back before Charles went over the edge. I wonder if he’s been banned at LGF, too.)

  6. ZippyTheWerewolf says:

    LOL Marilyn. Well the difference is that we grew up.

  7. Great White Rat says:

    The MSM and the left (redundant, I know) are still trying to cast conservatives as racist, homphobic, mysogynist SOBS. But look at the people at the Tea Party rally and you see..optimism. You don’t see anger or hate. You see Americans who have Hope that they can Change the country back to its ideals.

    But look at the leftists. Marilyn is spot on in her description: bitter-countenanced. You can see the anger and hate in every picture, most clearly in the anti-Semitic shots.

  8. Tex says:

    I used to live in L.A., having been transplanted from Houston, and I could only tolerate it about 6 months before I threw in the towel and moved back to Houston. That was 30 years ago and back then there were far too many freaks for me. I can’t imagine how terrible it is now but just looking at the photos of the psychos showing up for the L.A. “freedom rally” brought back the nightmares again. Actually, the burned-out old hippies showing up at the L.A. “freedom rally” were probably just stoned as usual and thought it was a “legalize pot” rally. You can’t go anywhere in L.A. or S.F. these days without running into those “legalize pot” rallies. Is it just me or are all the chicks at the real “freedom rally” in Nevada hot!!! ;)

  9. Carlos says:

    As noted before, I was at the Searchlight party. I was struck by how free of debris the place was. Yes, people were munching and drinking water and sodas (I didn’t see any booze, but with a crowd that size I know there had to be some there), but the wrappers and containers were all ending up in garbage cans.

    What a difference from the envirowhacko rallies we have in my town (in Oregon) where the streets, sidewalks and planting strips are literally difficult to negotiate without running into someone whacked out of his/her mind or stepping into some of their trash or a message left by one of their pets.

    If that’s the way to save the environment, I’d rather be against it. If that’s the way to treat fellow citizens, I’m definitely against it.

    But if keeping your trash to yourself or in containers, and treating fellow citizens with respect, then that’s something most people can get into.

    I see the hate the MSM commentators talk about. Unfortunately, it’s always at the leftist/socialist/statist rallies, which they fail to mention.

    And as an added note, their were several disabled people at Searchlight, too. People were amazingly courteous to those in wheelchairs and to the blind, making room for them and helping them both get in and get out.

    More than I can say for any of the statist rallies I’ve ever seen. Except for the ones where they were using some poster child for effect before discarding them.