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May Day protesters can’t explain signs

May Day protesters can’t explain signs

This week, May Day protesters converged on Chicago’s Union Square in order to protest for….

What, exactly, it seems many protesters weren’t sure. In fact, when questioned by a reporter, several were unable to answer simple questions about what their signs meant and why they were there.

Tea Party activists were constantly put on the defensive about the bona fides of their grassroots protests. When pawns of the May Day protest activists are unable to speak the very language on their own signs, we begin to understand the true meaning of astroturf protesting.


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LukeHandCool | May 5, 2012 at 12:42 pm

Tools … that are that dull … do not work.

Ragspierre | May 5, 2012 at 1:26 pm

O/T palate cleanser/teaser…

From InstaPundit.

(I’d eat that. EVERY. DAY.)

This is a damned outrage. And these “citizens” are allowed to vote?

The sign means that these people have absolutely nothing productive to do with their time, and don’t even possess the intelligence to entertain themselves with a hobby.

    Milhouse in reply to janitor. | May 6, 2012 at 3:18 am

    Excuse me? Did you even bother reading the article? How exactly do you come to the conclusion that they have nothing productive to do with their time? They have full-time jobs! The wonder is that they took off on a day that could have proved very lucrative, to hold signs that they can’t even read. There has got to be a good reason for that; someone has to be either paying them or threatening them or something, because normally they’d be working and making money that day.

These people don’t even understand why they were at this event, let alone what the signs say. I would say that most are illegal and told to show up or else! YES, someoene is paying the sign carriers otherwise they would be working their other jobs.