Sunday, September 13, 2009

They're "wrong"!?



The White House has a message to the tens of thousands (other estimates are as high as 2 million) of protesters who railed against big government during a rally in Washington Saturday: You're wrong.

White House senior adviser David Axelrod said Sunday that the protesters, part of the "tea party" movement, do not represent the views of the broader public when it comes to health care reform.

"I don't think it's indicative of the nation's mood," Axelrod said on CBS' "Face the Nation." "You know, I don't think we ought to be distracted by that. My message to them is, they're wrong." (My message to you, Mr Axelrod, is you just don't get it. But you will.)

I am so looking forward to the regime change in November, 2010.

3 comments:

Mike West said...

No mention at all on this evening's news on NBC. It's as if it didn't happen.

Brodad Unkabuddy said...

An independent group from the University of Indiana did a nonpartisan estimate of the crowd size using photos, mathematical principles, etc and came up with an attendance number of 1.7 million! Compared to the Million Man March in which 100,000 showed up, there was no coverage on the main stream media. Hmmm . . .

Mike said...

We basically have a new cold war going on - within our own country. NBC, ABC, CBS and other liberal / socialist media outlets vs. the truth. I think the truth will eventually win out one way or the other.