March 16, 2012

One year ago today at the Wisconsin protests: Althouse goes on Fox News.

To talk about some video I shot.

And Meade shot some of my favorite video from the entire protest season: the guy with the bullhorn calling out "G-g-g-g-governor Goofy."

6 comments:

Peano said...
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edutcher said...

And all of the trolls have hated you since because it should be THEM on TV, NOT YOU

(...even if it is FauxNoise).

WV "Affiew" An indefinite number as, "Affiew trolls were able to keep their composure after seeing Althouse on TV, but most of them stamped their feet and held their breath until they turned blue".

pbAndjFellowRepublican said...

Will I be deleted if I ask: "was there some post (or comment) that explains the reason for all of these flashback posts?"?

Lawyer Mom said...

Go, Ann. Not sure how I missed that original post, so am glad you re-linked. Fox should have you on more often.

Last year, my child was told by a substitute teacher that the 911 terrorists really can't be held to account for their killings because it's commanded by their religion.

To your remark on how arguments can be re-purposed in boomerang fashion, it will be interesting to see if Republicans have unwittingly walked the gang-plank in the clamor for "religious exemptions."

Alas, the Rs play checkers and the Ds play chess.

bagoh20 said...

Did bull horn dude really come up with all those attributes for Meade just because he said nothing? It's like Meade was communicating with him telepathically or something. It reminded me of hearing one side of a phone argument, or a guy talking to his imaginary Republican fascist friend - every lefty has one.

purplepenquin said...

Will I be deleted if I ask: "was there some post (or comment) that explains the reason for all of these flashback posts?"?

I'm guessing it has a lot to do with there not being much good news these days for the Pro-Walker/Anti-Union crowd, and so these "blasts from the pasts" are being used to keep 'em charged up going into the recall elections...