Saturday, October 2, 2010

Signs of One Nation Rally

The vast majority of the signs were pre-printed union signs, but some people did make their own.  Here is a taste.










Oh, I forgot to add this one.  I wonder if the media will make a big deal out of this one:





15 comments:

No Sheeples Here! said...

Holy God in Heaven. We could not see this sewage via television. Thanks for posting these.

Deekaman said...

Of course this won't show on TV. It was tough enough to get a good crowd shot out of C-SPAN. No, only TEA Party rallies are worthy of the microscopic inspection provided by the comrades in the sock-puppet media.

KSS said...

Thanks for posting, I had not seen some of these kooks yet, absolute nutbars, the lot of them.

http://hardresetamerica.com/

Quite Rightly said...

Thanks for being our eyes at this rally.

Great job!

Linked at Bread upon the Waters.

Janie Lynn said...

When you look at the list of groups involved - I am not surprised. Sad, but not surprised.

Opus #6 said...

Holy smokes. This is great info. I love (hate) the Che sign. Si, se puede, huh? Yes we can murder political enemies? Not a great record, that thug.

MaroonedinMarin said...

Enjoyed your pics! It was something being down there, seeing the Communist/Socialist influence out in the open, as well as the way they just trashed the place. Amazing!

Anonymous said...

RE: the sign about US Mail falling apart if they eliminated Saturday delivery...as a six year former union member and letter carrier for US Mail, Saturday delivery we got overtime pay which helped supplement our salaries. I quit the post office because I hated working six days a week and being away so much from my family. They could eliminate Saturday delivery and run it smoothly by more efficiency in hiring practices and labor hours rather than the current political and notoriously racial aspects the Post Office and its union do in the hiring processes.

Just a conservative girl said...

Anoy:
I used to be in the direct mail world. While I didn't work in the post office I do know that they have way too many chiefs and not too many indians. The executives are very well paid. Maybe if they streamline that, it would help a great deal to getting them on better financial footing.

Yours, Sincerely said...

I agree w/ the last sign, but don't give libs any credit for making it happen. Their "progressive" policies are anti-family, anti-children, anti-accountability, and anti-civilization. Healthy marriages produce healthy, well-adjusted children and societies, independent of the nanny state.

Just a conservative girl said...

It is interesting about the people with the last sign. I spoke with them for a bit and they seemed very middle of the road. Two were teachers and they were not wearing their union t shirts and talked me to about how parents are the main teacher. So I have this feeling that they were looking at some of the radicalism the same way I did. I didn't ask them, but that was my observation.

Anonymous said...

My friend and I were drivers at ups for years. He quit and took a job at the post office. His first day out alone he delivered everything in his truck in three hours. He was harrassed for months for finishing way too early. It is training and preferential treatment to special people in hiring. They don't hire the best people sometimes. They are inefficient. Long lines at the stations. Management can't come and help. Union. Stupid system. Privatize it and you will be amazed at the change when they have to be profitable and best employees. My branch they joke and chat even with many in line.

Just a conservative girl said...

Of course they are inefficient. What government entity or program is efficient. I don't think that one exists.

kid said...

Did anyone at the One Nation rally bring a loaded gun like the Tea Baggers did to several Health Care Reform rallies? Did they bring their machine guns with loaded magazines to where the Presidential rallies like you Teahadi bastards? Yea IOKIYAR, now let a Black man with a machine gun go to a Palin rally and he'll be the only brother in heaven in a wheelchair. You need to stop listening to Lonesome Roads.

Just a conservative girl said...

I hope that no one did bring a gun, because it would have been illegal, DC has very limited gun rights. Unlike the rally you are discussing and mischaracterizing as you always do. That was a second amendment rally, not a presidental rally. What that man did was perfectly legal in Arizona. Bringing a gun to a rally about gun rights isn't all that unusual. That was the point of it. The president was several miles away and perfectly safe.

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