Saturday, September 5, 2009

The ANTI Immigration Reform Websites are MAD at Glenn Beck for not allowing them to Speak at the 912 Marches in Washington

I found this story very amusing. Roy Beck, Willie Gheen (alipac) and other ANTI Immigration Reform groups are somewhat upset at Glenn Beck and the sponsors of the 912 events. They are particularly angry at Dick Armey. They are saying the 912 campaign will not allow ANTI Immigration Reformers to speak at any of the 912 events. Why? Because those that are SPONSORING Glenn Beck and Beck's 912 movement do not want their ANTI Healthcare Reform message diluted.

Gheen goes so far
to say, "Retired Congressman Dick Armey is the Chairman of Freedomworks and a Corporate Lobbyist in DC. He is a keynote speaker at the 9/12 events, prior Majority leader in the US Congress, and Freedomworks is the main organizing group for the DC 9/12 events."

See... Just what I have been saying all along. Even Gheen agrees. Beck and Fox News are puppets, bought and paid for by certain lobbying groups. The 912 campaign and the teabaggers are being funded by groups like Freedom Works, which is funded by Insurers, their lobbyists and the Pharmaceutical industry.

They are telling you ANTIs to SHUT UP and TAKE A SEAT! They made fools of you. They want you to STOP the Public Option so they can continue to reap high salaries, bonuses and maintain their monopoly.
They have dozens of Republican policitians in their pockets and you blind followers were fooled once again.

8 comments:

ultima said...

One important aspect that you omitted is the old adage not to dilute your message--something Obama has yet to learn. Nevertheless, I believe the illegal alien loophole (lack of check on bona fides, provisions for enforcement, and penalties for fraud) is an important part of the health reform argument and should be heard. It has all to often been characterized as a myth through the glib reassurances of Obama and numerous Congressmen who either have not read HR 3200 or are happy with it because the Hispanic Caucus is happy with it.

Here's another analogy to the healthcare bill:

"I'm from the government and I've noticed the street in front of your house has a couple of potholes. We've decided the tear up the entire street... and, instead of replacing the asphalt, we're going to use a different material. This new material has failed everywhere it has been used... but in theory, it should work just fine. People who don't need cars seem quite satisfied with it.

And by the way, we're going to need your bank account number to help pay for our solution. Thank you for your time."

Sacha Pitoeff said...

The post provides no evidence whatsover that Roy Beck is angry.

What evidence do you have that Roy Beck is bought and paid for by certain lobbying groups?

Dee said...

Ultima,
Dilute the message you say? So you agree that Glenn Beck is not allowing anyone else but the Insurance Industry and the Pharmaceutical lobby to speak at the 912 events? Why? Because they are the sponsors of the message. Beck is bought and paid for by their lobby.

Shameful!!!

Dee said...

Ultima,
Dilute the message you say? So you agree that Glenn Beck is not allowing anyone else but the Insurance Industry and the Pharmaceutical lobby to speak at the 912 events? Why? Because they are the sponsors of the message. Beck is bought and paid for by their lobby.

Shameful!!!

Dee said...

Sacha,
Hmmmm. You died in 1990. Are you an incarnation or speaking from beyond?

Whichever, you need to understand that Roy Beck and Glenn Beck are two different people. Please re-read the article.

Sacha Pitoeff said...

Dee, it says,

"Roy Beck, Willie Gheen (alipac) and other ANTI Immigration Reform groups are somewhat upset at Glenn Beck and the sponsors of the 912 events. They are particularly angry at Dick Armey."

It says Roy Beck is "somewhat upset at Glenn Beck." It says "They are particularly angry." The pronoun "they" refers to the proper nouns from the previous sentence, "Roy Beck, Willie Ghenn" et cetera.

So I think it is you who needs to re-read the article.


And Ted Kennedy died last week, but if you go to Facebook you can find plenty of living people by that name.

Dee said...

Sacha,
Please re-read. I said, "Roy Beck, Willie Gheen (alipac) and other ANTI Immigration Reform groups are somewhat upset at Glenn Beck " and these folks are angry at Dick Armey, the head of Freedomworks.

Gheen and others have posted relentlessly against Armey. Why? Gheen says it is becuz Armey is not an ANTI Immigrant purient. (at least that is what I am taking from his wailings.)

Later in the article I referenced Glenn Beck.

I guess you had difficulty in keeping up and differentiation in my reference to Glenn Beck vs Roy Beck (whom I did not reference in the later part of my article). Send me your email. Next time I will send you the info in a simpler level of understanding. Hope this helps.

Vicente Duque said...

States with at least a half-million Hispanic residents - States where Latinos grow faster - Mr Weeks finds a Gold Mine of Information

Mr Weeks, Professor of Political Science at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte finds a Gold Mine of Latino Information

As you can see the Sun Belt is very crucial for studying this phenomenon of Latino Population and Growth ( California, Arizona, Texas, Georgia, Florida ) , the South West also merits attention ( Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico ). Let's see what happens in the 2010 elections ....

The Other States : Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Virginia are Atlantics.

The Carolinas have the biggest percentual increase and they are in the Middle of the Sandwich of the Atlantics and the Sun Belt Florida and Georgia.

This is his blog :
Two Weeks Notice: A Latin American Politics Blog

Hispanic Heritage Month
http://weeksnotice.blogspot.com/2009/09/hispanic-heritage-month.html

Some excerpts :

The number of states with at least a half-million Hispanic residents --Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Massachusetts, Nevada, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Texas, Virginia and Washington.

Source : Population Etimates
http://www.census.gov/Press-Release/www/releases/archives/population/013734.html

The Carolinas : The states with the highest percentage increases in Hispanic population between July 1, 2007, and July 1, 2008. South Carolina's increase was 7.7 percent and North Carolina's was 7.4 percent.

Source : Population Estimates
http://www.census.gov/Press-Release/www/releases/archives/population/013734.html

More Statistics, Demographies, and Political Calculations here :

Milenials.com

Vicente Duque

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