Will the GOP Use Violence To Get What They Want?

October 23, 2010


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6 Responses to “Will the GOP Use Violence To Get What They Want?”

  1. Morely Dotes on October 23rd, 2010 10:43 am

    “He has accused Obama as contriving and setting up the economic crash in the housing, banking, and automotive industry.” Anyone who can read a calendar and has more memory capacity than a week-old kitten can see that it was *created* by the Bush Administration.

  2. Tracey on October 23rd, 2010 2:03 pm

    If you went back and actually did your research before going off of something that tried to pass as journalism, you would see the heavy editing done and how everyone of Mr. Broden’s statements and answers were taken completely out of context. Do your research before writing an article like this. When you do your reserach, you’ll feel completely sideswiped by what WFAA Channel 8 has done. Shame on Channel 8.

  3. griz on October 23rd, 2010 7:14 pm

    >>>Broden calls the government tyrannical and says violence is not the first option, but it is certainly something that is on the table. For whom?

    …for any thinking American. Violence is always an option even when someone says that it is not. Are Americans ready for violence? That’s the relevant question.

    >>>I mean, I get that people are unhappy. I get that some want change pretty freaking bad. I do get that, but is violence really the answer? Is the government really tyrannical?

    Maybe…but probably not.

    Yes, the government is tyrannical and has been for a long time. Back around 1988, a Pennsylvania candidate said to a gathering of disenchanted steelworkers, “…before we bodies in the street, we must put ballots in the box.”

    This rage pre-dates Obama by decades; he is just the straw on the back of a weakened camel.

  4. Mable on October 23rd, 2010 7:15 pm

    Palin endorsed Broden on Facebook in Sept

  5. Fred on October 23rd, 2010 11:30 pm

    “hated filled speech”… you’re posing as an adult, right? Finish the 3rd grade, spend the next 20 years thinking & learning, then come back & see if you can do better than this.

    Stephen Brodin is offering a chance for *my* district to give an ineffectual, corrupt congresswoman the boot, finally, and I’m delighted. Why don’t you come to Stephen’s church one Sunday and hear what he is really saying, for yourself, first-hand? So much better than looking at the “R” after his name & going (downhill) from there.

  6. robert on October 23rd, 2010 11:36 pm

    if this idiot does’t live in the 30th district then who the hell is he to tell us what to think and how to vote? We can think for ourselves here in the 30th you arrogant turd.

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