So, how would you feel if a mob of 500 rabble-rousers surrounded your house, blocked your door, trampled your lawn and terrorized your children?
And how would it make you feel to know that the police department of Washington D.C. gave this mob an escort and the police departments of Maryland did not do their duty of protecting the innocent and upholding the law?
From Investor’s Business Daily:
|On May 16, Washington, D.C., police escorted 14 busloads full of Service Employees International Union (SEIU) members at least part of the way to storm the Chevy Chase, Md., home of Bank of America’s deputy legal counsel, Greg Baer.
Some 500 protestors affiliated with SEIU and their allies in the community organizing group National Political Action (NPA) trampled his lawn, blocked his doorway to his home and screamed “greed.” Legally, it was burglary, trespassing and, possibly, assault.
But Maryland cops didn’t enforce the law. And Baer had to brave the insult-hurling mob alone to rescue his 14-year old son who, home alone, had locked himself in the bathroom in fear.
Yep, Adolf Hitler and Ernst Rohm would be proud of the SEIU and their Democrat supporters. As for the Dems, you will not hear one little peep of protest concerning this barbaric behavior becasue the Dems take a great deal of money from SEIU contributions.
And somehow, the Dems want you to believe that the Tea Party protesters are the violent, lawless ones?
You can access the complete article on-line here:
Mob Rule From SEIU
Investors Business Daily
May 24, 2010
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