The first sign that a plan was in place was the ham-fisted, high-camp posturing of the most controversial members of the Democratic caucus walking through the peaceful but animated “Tea Party” demonstrators on Capitol Hill. There is no reason for these elected officials to walk above ground through the media circus amid their ideological foes. The natural route is the tunnels between the House office buildings and the Capitol. By crafting a highly symbolic walk of the Congressional Black Caucus through the majority white crowd, the Democratic Party was looking to provoke a negative reaction. They didn’t get it. So they made it up.
Asked by Anonymous at 8:09 PM on Apr. 3, 2010 in Politics & Current Events
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Answer by sopranomommy at 9:39 PM on Apr. 3, 2010
LOL, all of those claims that racist slurs were screamed out, yet not a bit of footage to prove it. How interesting. Not saying that it didn't happen, but I do find it doubtful since there were so many cameras in the area at that time and even the police claim to have not heard it. Maybe it was the voices in his head, IDK.
Now we are reduced to spittle-gate because a droplet of spit had the audacity to fly uncontrollably in a crowd of people. I suppose those with delicate sensibilities should just stay in the safety of their homes to avoid such violence. *eyeroll*
Answer by QuinnMae at 9:51 AM on Apr. 4, 2010
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