April 15, 2010

The Tax-Day Tea Party: A Party Crasher?

Carroll Andrew Morse

The person in the center of the picture was holding an offensive sign that made reference to Timothy McVeigh. The serious-looking gentleman in the cool shades on the left side of the picture is a Rhode Island State Police officer.


Several different times, Tea Party members attempted to hold their own signs directly in front of the McVeigh sign. The state policeman informed them that they couldn't do that, the guy in the center of the picture had just as much right to stand there and hold a sign as anyone else.

The conclusion: Our state police officers do great honor to the concepts of peaceable assembly and freedom of expression in the performance of their duties. Where else in the world do the police take this part of their job as seriously as the Rhode Island State Police did today?

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Someone needs to post that picture Ken is referencing. The moron's name is Peter (how appropriate) Wilcox and he was interviewed by Alison Gaito at WPRO and made a "star" by Matt Allen playing the interview.
This is what Peter told us about himself - he's a union pig (AFL-CIO - anyone doubt he was sent and paid for this mission?), he claims to be a "Christian" (lol) who finds in troubling that atheists were speaking at a non-religious rally(??), has 3 kids and for some reason decided to out HIMSELF as a gay male by wearing a Tea Bagger T-shirt in front of thousands at a Tea Party and also gave a radio interview on his "coming out" day. (hope the kids knew about daddy ahead of time. Yikes!!)
Someone must find this picture of "Peter" and post it here as yet another example of liberal exceptionalism aka morons on display.
I believe Matt Allen has a pic of our formerly closeted Tea Bagger union hack.
You just can't make this stuff up. lol
This momo wears a T that says Tea Bagger on the front and he thinks he's hurting someone else.
What a freakin' idiot!!

Posted by: Tim at April 16, 2010 12:23 AM

The guy with the McVey poster is a social worker (big surprise). I know because he works for the same place I do, though I do not espouse his views. I was there with my husband, who is a legal immigrant, and is as sick of the nonsense as I am!

Posted by: Anny Nonimous at April 16, 2010 9:11 AM

"Our state police officers do great honor to the concepts of peaceable assembly and freedom of expression in the performance of their duties."

Kudos, also, to the Tea Partiers who distanced the rally from the noxious idea(s) on the sign by attempting to block it.

Posted by: Monique at April 16, 2010 5:07 PM

Are you sure he was a crasher? I was there and thought he had a point. A lot of other people did as well.

Posted by: Eriche Rudolf at April 17, 2010 10:15 AM

I'm as sure he was a crasher as I am that you are not being truthful about your views.

Posted by: Andrew at April 17, 2010 10:32 AM

Well, I assume Matt Allen is the morbidly obese fellow at the top of this page. The gentlemen wearing the Timothy McVeigh shirt was there in support of the tea party movement. Anti-government...Sorry, fatty matty was not able to make that connection. I captured a picture of this particulat cat on my phone, so, sorry it wasn't me. I found him as offensive as most of the other hypocrites in attendence. I am no one's messenger boy. I was there to "bag" the bullshit. matt or any other member of his all you can eat club should come down to a union hall and debate a "pig". HA HA HA HA HA HA Something tells me he hasn't seen the balls he would need to do that since 5th grade. He never said a word to me on the day...guess his outrage had to build.

Posted by: Peter at May 1, 2010 7:14 PM
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