At 12/14/12 03:03 PM, Korriken wrote:
Obviously. problem is, the riff raff is making the wrong group look bad, therefore, it's ignored.
No. This kind of stuff just isn't news outside of the local area and those who want to villify the group but can't find anything legitimate to use.
It'd be like reporting rain in Oregon or snow in Minnesota.
Or simply tell it like it is. Problem is, I'm pointing out the wrong truth, therefore, it must be suppressed with nonsensical accusations, like the one here.
The master of hyperbole cannot see hyperbole when used against him?
This is essentially a non-issue. It likely would have happened regardless of who was protesting what, so long as the group protesting was large enough.
That's right. I've seen enough local protests, both left and right (most conservative protests aren't big enough to draw the riff raff) and all but one had these dumbasses come and break stuff.
never said it was. it could have been, but I never laid such an accusation. I said it makes them LOOK bad. I don't know if your reading comprehension is off or you're just being dishonest.
No it doesn't. You haven't shown that the union or even any of the legitimate protestors played any part in this. Not to mention the molasses thick bias hanging over both links you posted.
AFP having cameras out recording around their own tent. damn that DOES sound suspicious. oh wait. no it doesn't.
First off, why was AFP selling hotdogs at a Union protest? Why were they recording the sale of hotdogs? Trying to get some weiner sucking footage to use as blackmail?
Side note, (not really) let's not forget that the AFP istelf said that the attackers were non-union and that the union protestors helped the AFP folks after the tent collapsed. Link.