"I would play a key role in a post-Obama government, not as a member of the government, but as an advisor with many connections, pulling many strings together, to advise on how we bring the world out of the present mess."Right.
Tracie saw them with their disrespectful posters of the President and their annoying missionary attitude, so we put on our Obama shirts, and grabbed a poster of hers and headed down there to assert our own right to free speech.
They had set up quite a little campsite. Apparently they are within their rights to do this, though, to me, it seems intrusive. All kinds of people, of all ages go in and out of the Post Office every day. While I think it's a good thing to teach our children that they have rights under our Constitution, the pictures of President Obama with a "Hitler mustache" seem disrespectful, both of him and of those who suffered under the fist of the real Hitler.
This is not a zoom. This guy got right in my face! He said he was a Democrat, "just like me," and that it was better for us to bring down the President than to wait for Rush Limbaugh to do it.
When did Rush Limbaugh get the power to bring down the President? Did I miss an election or appointment?
I had decided on the way there that I wanted to stay out of arguments...I can't afford bail. I did ask for their names, and they wouldn't tell me. By way of showing them that they are not "just like me," I told them mine, and so did Tracie.
One of the men they were talking to leaned over to the guy in the blue shirt and said something about my taking pictures...I wonder if they are all that paranoid! I did decide not to post the pics I took of their license plates.
I refuse to post the links to their drivel...if you are fascinated, you can google it.
They didn't like us at all.