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Saturday, August 16, 2008

Warehouse set to process convention arrests

Individuals arrested at the Democratic National Convention will be processed at an industrial warehouse with chain-link cells topped by razor wire, a facility some have compared to the U.S. prison at Guantanamo Bay.

It says something* about a political party when they expect so many disruptions from convention attendees, that they feel they need a warehouse to process them all....

Entire article at the link.

*and that something is most definitely not flattering...

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Blogger Glenn Bartley said...

You can safely bet, I think, that most of the arrests will not be members of the other major party, but will be members of the party that is having this particular convention, and also will be members of radical leftist groups that this party draws like flies to poop. That is the way of the Democratic Party.

Just as the leftists rallied in an attempt to stop the last Republican Convention for Bush in New York City, they will now try to disrupt their own party's convention. Sure some republican of Conservatives will demonstrate, but most of those arrested will probably be leftists. It seems they of the far left just cannot be happy unless they are protesting something. It is their only unifying force, even though they ultimately will use that force to disrupt themselves when they wind up protesting against each other. My bet is it winds up, one left wing faction against the other in true self defeatist fashion.

All the best,
Glenn B

8/17/2008 7:12 PM  

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