Friday, March 26, 2010

Iowa man joins protest against Obama and health-care reform -

We need a lot more like him.

Millam sat at his kitchen table in Lowden, Iowa, with 14 Sharpie markers and a piece of foam board, working to condense a year of frustration into a 3-by-3-foot catchphrase. "Chains We Can Believe In," he wrote, drawing the communist hammer and sickle on the poster's top left corner. Then he grabbed an American flag, inserted batteries into a megaphone bought on the cheap for $25 and guzzled a 24-hour energy drink. Just as Obama took off in Air Force One for Iowa City, Millam loaded into his muddy Ford Fusion and drove 50 miles across the cornfields of eastern Iowa.

How long before the left and the left wing media call him a racist? As we speak, Obama, Pelosi, Reid and the Democrats who control Congress, are going through his background looking for dirt.


novaculus said...

Didn't take any time at all for the smears to begin, Marc. Just check out the comments to the story.

Marc said...


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