« on: August 04, 2006, 11:04:15 PM »
So I got a call that leftist protesters were in front of the local theater. So I put on my combat boots, a t-shirt from a place I did some training, made a sign that said "I (heart) BUSH" and grabed an American Flag. These people wer very intolerant. They tried to get in my way, used profanity, said outlandish things like "9-11" was a conspiracy, where we bombed our own towers. One guy was sweeping the gutter with the American Flag. They tried to bully me until they saw me stick out my chest and stand up tall, and point with at them with authority as I told them they were invading my space. I did not threaten them, but I just looked strong. I told them to keep their distance because I reserve the right to defend my self. Of course they wanted to fight as they backed off, sounding oh so tuff. So they cussed, and used profanity. I think profanity has it's place among adults, but I pointed out that there were children sitting around eating dinner at the cafe, and that we should not use foul language in front of them. They seemed like rabied dogs, and were just as dirty. Then one of them threw his sign at me (from behind), it missed and went into the street. Their favorite insult was that I was gay/ a fag/ was gay for Bush, etc. these are the leftist that claim to support this group. I neither support them, nor am against them- and my best friend turned out to be homo after college. But the left claims to support gays, yet they kept saying I was a fag, a homo, etc. Well I got alot of thumbs up, fists of support , GOD bless America, etc. Our side did not honk, we were the silent majority. Our side did not cuss out the hippies though hippies driving by cussed me out. THE SILENT MAJORITY was respectful, the left only showed disrespect, and their foul language (chanting) could be heard from over 40 meters.
PS it really pissed them off when I said BUSH won the white house twice, and that they will be sorry again in four years because idiots like them lose the elections for Democrats. I also said "repeat."