5.17.2011

Newt Gets Glittered By Gay Activist



That's some sorriness right there. And when that guy reaches into his satchel/purse/whatever, I'm surprised there's not someone there to take him down on the spot.

Source.

36 comments:

dcmba said...

Some day that will happen to you in court.

Anonymous said...

I think it's thuper fabulous!!!!

Remote Controller said...

The video didn't show the next guy who showered him with illegals.

Anonymous said...

MFer try that w/ me he would get a bad case of Lead Poisioning. Hands kill people and I watch them

Anonymous said...

That was assault.

Anonymous said...

That there is funny. Glad is wasn't acid.

Anonymous said...

Another creepy Obama supporter no doubt.

Anonymous said...

Minnesota Family Council. Now that sounds like a group that does America a lot of good. I can't believe organizations like this still exist in this day and age.

Bacon said...

Bacon Scale
4 out 5
He was cute and funny.
mmmmm

wordkyle said...

I would have thought that organizers might realize Gingrich needs more/better security than that. Leftist activists do stuff like that pretty often.

Anonymous said...

Should have called it Fairy Dust after all a fairy threw it.

Anonymous said...

If a right-winger tried that on a liberal Democrat then it would be headline news, with supposedly objective reporters demanding that top Republican leaders DENOUNCE the act.

But if the ideologies are reversed then you hear crickets chirping.....

Anonymous said...

The gay guy would have been more effective in his case for gay marriage if he'd lectured Newt about all the extra-marital affairs he'd had!

Anonymous said...

@Wordbile... You're right. Leftist activists sprinkle people with glitter, Right-wing activists blow up abortion clinics and federal buildings in OKC.

Anonymous said...

I would have killed him instantly, pouring glitter on me is like touching Adrian Beltre's head!

Anonymous said...

"@Wordbile... You're right. Leftist activists sprinkle people with glitter, Right-wing activists blow up abortion clinics and federal buildings in OKC."

Tim McVeigh was NOT a right-wing activist, nor was he affiliated with any conservative organizations. In fact, he was actually an atheist loser who mixed up with fringe groups who weren't affiliated with either liberals or conservatives. No need to lump right-wingers in with that nutjob....any more than we conservatives lump the Unabomber in with Democrats!

Anonymous said...

Tim McVeigh was NOT a right-wing activist, nor was he affiliated with any conservative organizations. In fact, he was actually an atheist loser who mixed up with fringe groups who weren't affiliated with either liberals or conservatives

I've often said McVeigh was the first Tea Partier. Glad you agree.

Rage

wordkyle said...

Oh, well if you want to talk about out-of-bounds nutjobs, let's go ahead and mention Obama's good friend William Ayers and the Weather Underground, or the Unabomber (another Harvard graduate.) Such people are beyond the fringe.

I was referring to the instances where Liberals used physical assaults to disrupt or otherwise silence Conservative speakers. Silencing opposing opinions -- using force when necessary -- seems to be a common Liberal tactic. The Obama campaign certainly tried it in 2008.

Anonymous said...

@Rage — Assuming what you believe is true, just name ONE other Tea Partier who has committed assault or violence for the cause!

wordkyle said...

"McVeigh was the first Tea Partier." You'd think a person would really, really give some thought to that statement before they said it in public.

Anonymous said...

"I've often said McVeigh was the first Tea Partier. Glad you agree."

Funny, I always thought Samuel Adams was the first Tea Partier!

The Rage Cage

Anonymous said...

The current rabble of racists that calls themselves the Tea Party have a lot to do with the original tea partiers, I'll give you that. For instance, Sam Adams argued for the lynching of innocent people for a fight he started. John Adams was more man than Sam ever could be.

Sure would be nice if y'all learned some history. Y'all probably also think the taking of the West was more like a John Wayne movie than forced marches and murders of women and children, helped along by General Custer giving the indians blankets infected with small pox.

Tea Partiers. What-the-Hell-ever.

Rage

Anonymous said...

The Obama campaign certainly tried it in 2008.

They were just taking cues from Bush:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Free_speech_zone


This is like shooting fish in a bucket today.

Rage

Anonymous said...

I am no tea partier but according to your previous statement about McVeigh it appears you are in need of some history lessons as well. When did I ever make mention that original Tea Partiers were akin to today's Tea Party? You made that leap, I only pointed out what was historically accurate!

The Rage Cage--Putting Rage in its cage since yesterday!

Anonymous said...

I often wonder what would happen to idiots like rage who spout ignorance and inflammatory remarks if their side ever actually succeded in implementing their speech restrictions they so often tout. Would he be forced to shut his mouth or would he receive a waiver to continue rewriting history to his benefit? Smallpox infected blankets. How stupid can you get. Even his leftist/Marxist friends at University have retracted those lies. And don't start spouting your crap about the credentials you have drummed up rage. I don't care. Nor do I care about your fake military service or your lie about being conservative. Just once crawl back in your hole and live in your fantasy world where everyone is racist, the US is the worst country in the world, and you are an unsung hero without trying to force your crap on us. Thanks.

Anonymous said...

10:43, you and wordkyle drew an obvious comparison to the original tea party by invoking Sam Adams' name.

It's going to be very hard for you to get along in life if you can't keep track of your own statements and their implications.

Your name is stupid, and inaccurate by the way. It would be flattering if you were more of a match.

Rage

Anonymous said...

It's funny rage that you always point out the saint hood of your liberal friends and yet the very article you linked says that the creation of those zones is for public safety reasons. If they came to be widely used during the administration of a Republican president it would lead to reason that those protesting that president were deemed dangerous. I wonder why leftist saints would be deemed dangerous. Could it be due to their proclivity for violent demonstrations?

Anonymous said...

11:00, name a liberal friend that I have sainted. The rest of your post is too stupid to even try to discuss.

Rage

Anonymous said...

Oh goody, the left wing Kool-Aid guzzling rage came out to play. I love to watch him take a thrashing on a liberal blog and then stick his head in the sand and say he outsmarted everyone with his wonderful wit. Rage on dreamer, rage on.

Anonymous said...

Why is his post too stupid? Not enough glitter in it?

Anonymous said...

You go rage. Without your idiotic ramblings we right wingers wouldn't have a lefty idiot to study.

Anonymous said...

"10:43, you and wordkyle drew an obvious comparison to the original tea party by invoking Sam Adams' name."

I never linked it today's Tea Partiers, you did that! Keep twisting and I will keep straightining it back out! You only assumed my implications, incorrectly I might add.

Really, you consider yourself provactive and intelligent but can only resort to name calling? You are not even trying to make sane arguments, just spouting at those who disagree with you...I may not be a match for you in a cutdown contest but in every other arena you will be summarily spanked!

The Rage Cage

Tater Salad said...

I'da hit that sumbitch so hard, he'd starve to death before he stopped slidin'....

Anonymous said...

didn't tim mcveigh live in chico for awhile?

Anonymous said...

That was really ass-ault.

Anonymous said...

I've seen that guy at the Rhome pickle park!