It was staged – Update … more staged.

This was perhaps the most revealing interview I heard yesterday. Bill and Barbara, two Democrats who attended the town hall meeting held by Congressman Dingell. Added plus … they are Democrats.


Update: Please check the post below “It was staged, Part 2” or just click here for another Democrat who outted the staged performance in Portsmouth.

4 replies
  1. Dimsdale
    Dimsdale says:

    Shills, stooges and thugs: the Democrat version of "free speech."


    I really liked the part where they described the guy with the Obama as Hitler poster actually working for Dingell.  That is more than revealing: it is an indication of the fraud being perpetrated by the Democrats.


    I only wish that Bill and Barbara had taken videos of that person in action.   Message to all of us: do not go out unless you are equipped with a videocamera or recording device of some kind, preferably several.


    Let's make it a "who are you going to believe, Obama and the Democrats, or your lying eyes?" moment.  YouTube is your friend.

  2. Gzoref
    Gzoref says:


    Bush almost exclusively used cynical "staged performances" at town hall meetings," putting Jeff Gannon in White House press conferences, and paying former army generals to act as "defense analysts" on the news. And now…

    Those interrupting town hall meetings on health care are hardly spontaneous. Here's Great Bay Facility Services President Jack Kimball's website, and Glenn Beck's 9/12. Both have planned these embarrassing disturbances.

    You seem to cherry pick your incidences of “staged performances.”


  3. Dimsdale
    Dimsdale says:

    We sure don't have to cherry pick instances of union thuggery though, do we?  Or how about those New Black Panther "poll watchers."


    No doubt they were purely "grassroots" movements, right?

  4. Dimsdale
    Dimsdale says:

    You have to know that there is something wrong when even Democrats can see when the game is fixed.  I wonder when, or better, if the liberal media will catch on?


    Apparently, in Chicago, this sort of stuff is expected and accepted.  Welcome to the national stage, Monsieur Obama!

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