Wednesday, May 13, 2009

Check Out Wikipedia's Tea Party Protests Entry

by Janet Crain
I hope you'll check out Wikipedia's Tea Party Protests entry. It seems to me that is not fair and unbiased at all.

The last section about the salacious meaning of "tea bagging" and a rerun of every comic's junior high jokes and remarks goes pretty far toward unacceptable.

Wikipedia is a resource and we must not let this resource be hijacked.

You can rewrite the text or add text. Just click on edit and have at it.

There are only two pictures and I am sure much better ones exist. I hope someone will post them.

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Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

"I reserve the right to delete comments that do not adhere to my guidelines. No obscenity, no racist remarks, respect others. Thanks!"
These are the guidelines that the tea party protesters ought to follow themselves. Free Speech doesn't mean inciting to riot, spitting on your so-called political opponents, and it certainly doesn't involve having a sense of dignity, in this case. I'm glad the tea party is around though, because it gives renewed inspiration to those who really seek to make a difference, so we don't go back to the Jim Crow ways that the tea party seems to long for.