Wednesday, April 12, 2006

It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World

The network news shows Monday night and all day Tuesday were filled with scenes of peaceful "undocumented" protestors, "wearing white to show their solidarity," and carrying American flags "to show their patriotism and undying love" for this land of opportunity. But there were plenty of scenes that somehow did not make it onto the six o'clock news, such as this image highlighted by blogger Michelle Malkin:
I saw a lot of American flags dragged on the ground, worn as capes, crumpled in plastic bags, and flapped around carelessly as sun canopies at the illegal alien demonstration on the Mall in D.C. yesterday. But this obnoxious use of an American flag by a thug protester in Los Angeles wins the most offensive prize...

When did it become acceptable for non-citizens — people who are in our country illegally — to publicly demand more rights and entitlements than our own hard-working, tax-paying citizens receive? And all while abusing the patriotic symbol of our nation? I am frankly amazed that we have not yet been favored with a good, old-fashioned flag-burning at one of these rallies.

For other images of Monday's rallies that the American media does not want you to see, check out the California Conservative, Expose the Left, or back to Michelle's.

And in case you weren't yet feeling a little topsy-turvy from that bit of non-news, a student group from Berkeley has been protesting again. But this time, they are on the right side of the issue! That's right — Berkeley students on Monday were protesting in support of the enforcement of current immigration laws, the toughening of border security and closing the border to illegal immigration.

In the eternal words of the great Mel, "It's a mad, mad, mad, mad world!" Or maybe it's all just a dream...


Blogger Mark Spittle said...

Recently Micelle Malkin posed for a photo op with Bryan Barton, a GOP candidate for Congress who used half naked guys in FLAG UNDERWEAR as part of his campaign strategy. Photos here.

4/12/2006 10:53 AM  

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