15 September 2009

You Know the Million People Who Marched on DC on 9/12? They Were Just a Figment of Your Imagination

The best estimates for crowd numbers for last weekend's march on DC range from 500,000 to 1,000,000 people. But ask a brain-scarred lefty from DU or Kos, and they'll tell you what really happened on 9/12: It was all a conspiracy done using digital graphics tricks.

You can't make these people up, they are too fanciful.

You might see similar dialogue at JornoList and other similar forums. A veritable parade of idiocracy. But that's what happens when universities and mainstream media try so hard to limit the intellectual sphere to a single point of view. University graduates become academically lobotomised, and incapable of accepting the reality of other points of view.

Oh,yes -- do you want to know what may be motivating those 1,000,000 people who marched on DC last Saturday are just figments of your imagination? You should.


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Blogger LL said...

These digital images of fake protesters with their machine-made signs faked to look as if they were homemade are laughable. David Axelrod came on the TV and set us all straight. There was no protest. The only thing newsworthy was Dear Leader's speech to an adoring throng in Minnesota.

And what about ACORN, Dear Leader's organization being set up by that disgusting pimp and his whore? How can that happen in America. We need a law against investigative journalism unless it's conducted by MSNBC against Dear Leader's enemies.

Tuesday, 15 September, 2009  
Blogger al fin said...

I can understand how you might feel that way, LL.

Here's the deal: focus on Dear Leader's words, not on propaganda created by those who wish to bring down Dear Leader's workers' paradise.

Dear Leader will help you get your mind right and at peace.

Friday, 18 September, 2009  

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