A Lesson of Hypocrisy and Hitler

Robert GibbsToday, White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs pulled one of his usual Rules for Radicals tactics and once again tried to paint peaceful protestors of the government-run health care proposal as disturbed, hateful, unpatriotic citizens.  Comically, he then went on to answer a question:

“I will continue to say what I’ve said before. You hear in this debate, you hear analogies, you hear references to, you see pictures about and depictions of individuals that are truly stunning, and you hear it all the time. People — imagine five years ago somebody comparing health care reform to 9/11. Imagine just a few years ago had somebody walked around with images of Hitler. Hopefully we can get back to a discussion about the issues that are important in this country that we can do so without being personally disagreeable and set up comparisons to things that were so insidious in our history that anybody in any profession or walk of life would be well advised to compare nothing to those atrocities.”

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Hat Tip to http://www.black-and-right.com for finding this one

You’re kidding, right?  Where have this man and his Chicago henchmen been for the last eight years?  No, they weren’t oblivious to all the Bush Hitler analogies.  Because it’s people from their own party and their labor unions and their community organizing groups and all their little progressive bloggers that were behind all those analogies.  Hey, I’m all for leaving those images for the atrocities that they truly represent.  That’s the respectful thing to do.  So, why won’t the left leave it out of every one of their discussions then?

For those on the left who continue to dramatize these tea party protesters as “terrifying” and “frightening” extremists, for those who insist that there has never been such disrespect for a president of the US, don’t be ridiculous.  The imagery and the words of hate from the angry left are far more insidious than anything the tea party folks could ever muster up.  And the American people are not so stupid to believe a statement like yours Mr. Gibbs.  I mean, it was only less than a year ago when we were still enduring eight years’ worth of these.  Just imagine if these had been Obama’s name or photos used in the signs and slogans…ah, but you and your friends and the lamestream media were silent about it when it wasn’t Obama – in fact, they even publicly praised such signs:

 

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Code Pink Demonstration in Support of Shoe Throwing Journalist, Dec 2008

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Hollywood Protest, March 2003

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Hollywood Protest, March 2003

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Bush Protestor

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Bush Protestor

 

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2004 protest

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Jan 2006 Protest, Gay Liberation Network

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Demonstrators against George W. Bush in New York City, March 2003

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Bush Protests, Inauguration Day 2005

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Bush Protest Sign

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Bush Protest Sign. (I mean, seriously...can you imagine if "Bush" were replaced with "Obama"? The outrage would go on for months.)

 

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Some Bush Protestors. Now THIS is disturbing, not little old ladies holding American flags.

 

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Bush Protest Sign

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A montage of Bush bumper stickers, click for hat tip to contributor's site

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Filed under Health care, HR 3962, Left Wing Alert, Media Bias, Nancy Pelosi, obamacare, protest, rally, Socialism, spending, Taxes, tea parties, universal health care

2 responses to “A Lesson of Hypocrisy and Hitler

  1. Anonymous

    fuck you guys get a fucking grip u stupid fucks, obamas the one srewing us

    • Liberty Chick

      How about BOTH have screwed us? But let’s not try and pretend we haven’t seen this “Hitler” shit before.

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