Tea Party Protester: Gays ‘Should Be Where They Were Years Ago, When Everything Was Fine And Dandy’

Some additional interview footage that did not make it into the original 9.12 D.C. Tea Party film, which can be seen here. This film was produced and edited by New Left Media’s Chase Whiteside (interviewer) and Erick Stoll (camera operator).

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3 Responses for “Tea Party Protester: Gays ‘Should Be Where They Were Years Ago, When Everything Was Fine And Dandy’”

  1. Buffy says:

    “I’m 4 years old and already in debt to China”

    How much cheap Wal-Mart Chinese crap is that kid wearing while his mother makes him hold that sign? Meanwhile she’s waving that flag, likely Chinese made, and wearing clothing that’s likely all made in China or some other slave-labor nation.

  2. jm says:

    Wow, it’s not surprising that the things these people don’t understand are what they fear: homosexuality, different beliefs, a new healthcare system, etc. The list goes on.

    Granted, it would be difficult to be put on the spot for an interview, but every single person sounds illiterate. If they are going to a rally to support something, they should know what it’s about and be prepared to say something beyond what’s written on the signs that they hold. In fact, it looks unpatriotic to be 1) opposing a president you won’t even listen to and 2) not having any sort of evidence to back up how you feel beyond keeping things the way they have always been.

  3. Doug says:

    I didn’t know the Founders dressed up like gay pirates.

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