Tuesday, September 27, 2005
THE HELL YOU SAY
This picture seems to show a Republcian speaking out against his party. Ah, but looks can be deceiving. And who knows that better than Democrats? Because that man is a Mr. Jeb Eddy, a software writer and author in Palo Alto, California. Mr. Eddy also happens to be a Democrat. And, as usual, Big Media ate it hook, line and sinker. It's also not the first time Mr. Eddy pretended to be a disgruntled Republican. In February he attended a speech by Nancy Pelosi in the San Francisco Library claiming to be a Republican. I would say I'm shocked at this, but let's face it, it's par for the course for the Left. After all, the Latin word for Left is sinistr. Here's the whole story.
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11 comments:

Jake said...

Remember the story about the little girl on her daddy's shoulders who got her Bush/Cheney poster ripped up by the mean, ol' Democrat. The one you posted here on your blog.

And then one YOU fell for. Hook, line, and sinker?

The dad, the girl, and the mean ol' Democrat were family members, staging a stunt they played at Kerry/Pro-Democrat rallies for quite some time.

So it seems "par for the course" for the Republicans.

Jake said...

http://www.captainsquartersblog.com/mt/archives/002534.php

Anonymous said...

I KNEW it! I saw that photo elsewhere and knew he wasn't a Republican! We're not tacky like that.

When I encounter anti-war protesters (weekly at counter protests) and when I went to the Cindy Sheehan rally here in Columbia, SC, I saw the same exact tactic: lying. These anti-war freaks picket outside Ft. Jackson, where I live, which is a Basic Training post, with signs that read, "Military Families Against the War" and so on. We asked them who had a military ID and who in their families were active duty, and they said none! NONE! They represent military families and they're professional pacifists!

Typical. Good work, good blog. Keep exposing the left.

Anonymous said...

I KNEW it! I saw that photo elsewhere and knew he wasn't a Republican! We're not tacky like that.

When I encounter anti-war protesters (weekly at counter protests) and when I went to the Cindy Sheehan rally here in Columbia, SC, I saw the same exact tactic: lying. These anti-war freaks picket outside Ft. Jackson, where I live, which is a Basic Training post, with signs that read, "Military Families Against the War" and so on. We asked them who had a military ID and who in their families were active duty, and they said none! NONE! They represent military families and they're professional pacifists!

Typical. Good work, good blog. Keep exposing the left.

Anonymous said...

Um... I have no idea what you believe constitutes party membership, but monetary contributions don't make you a member.

And put simply, if the guy is a Republican supporter who hates the current tack the Republican party is taking, then it's hardly surprising he'd do those other things.

Anonymous said...

Oh yeah, forgot to add... supporting a party's ideals doesn't mean that you slavishly vote for them when they're not following that ideal. That's one reason why I get ticked off by Americans and their "oh, I'm a Republican" or "oh, I'm a Democrat" responses to the question "what's your view on politics?"

Anonymous said...

but monetary contributions don't make you a member. Yes they do. You are mistaken. Being an Actual card member involves contributions. My dues are paid up. I do it yearly.

Anonymous said...

You have to be a contributor and or party member to have any input into what the party does or does not do locally or on the state and federal level. I choose to pay my dues and have my say on matters of importance.

Anonymous said...

No John, the act of giving a party money DO NOT MAKE YOU A MEMBER. Yes, you have to pay to become a card holder, but the inverse is not true. Coke funded both the Reps and the Dems in the last election for instance.

Anonymous said...

do = does, you know that.

Anonymous said...

I was speaking of "persons", individuals not corporations et al..