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Thursday, August 27, 2009

It's not exactly the Reichstag fire but still....

This will probably be the only time I ever link to the faux journalistic craphouse known as the Huffington Post, but for illustrative purposes, I will reference them here.
"Twenty-four-year-old Maurice Schwenkler was arrested on Tuesday morning on suspicion of smashing eleven windows at the party's Denver office. The state party chair, Pat Waak, told local press that the vandalism seemed tied to the ongoing health care debate. Windows that were shattered contained posters that praised Obama's efforts to push through health care.....UPDATE: Newsradio 850 in Denver reports that alleged Colorado Democratic Party headquarters vandal Maurice Schwenkler had done work for Democrats in the past. Schwenkler was paid $500 last November to knock on doors for the Colorado Citizens Coalition, a 527 that supported mostly Democratic candidates in Colorado. The Denver Post also reports that Schwenkler was charged with misdemeanor unlawful assembly on the final day of the 2008 Republican National Convention in St. Paul, Minnesota. Upon hearing this, Democratic Party Chairwoman Pat Waak backed off of a statement made yesterday that the vandalism was part of "an effort on the other side to stir up hate.""
Help me out here... Was there even a single republican protester arrested at the democrat's convention last year? Here is the link to the youtube video of the news report of Schwenkler's arrest. The democrat party is increasingly being hijacked by it's far-left fringe and is hardly the party of Harry Truman or JFK anymore. The republican party has lost it's way over the course of the last couple of years, spending like so many democrats when they last had control of both the senate and house of rep.'s but if there is one of the two major parties in this country that stands a chance of being salvaged, the GOP is in better shape towards that end than the socialist democrat party.

EDIT: Today's article by Joseph Farah cites the moment on the senate floor when Ted Kennedy pretty much admits to being a socialist.

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