Saturday, September 3, 2011

Sheboygan 3rd annual TEA party

Just passing it along. This is today, Saturday, Sept. 3rd 2011.

"Then I consulted with myself, and I rebuked the nobles, and the rulers, and said unto them, Ye exact usury, every one of his brother. And I set a great assembly against them. " ~ Neh 5:7


Anonymous said...

I am a mother of a three year old, thankyou for saying "we are all going to hell!" I heard this in my back yard a few secounds after I heard "We are having a tea party." Do you understand that it is not right for a three year old to repeat "Go to hell?" Next time, think before you speak. Now it is not even safe for my daughter to play in her own back yard because of you!!!!

Call Me Mom said...

Thank you for stopping by the blog. If I had made that comment, I would apologize for it, but I did not.

I am sorry that your daughter picked that up, but, that said, you chose to live near a park that is often used as a venue for public events. If you think I believe that none of the other events at that venue have used foul language, you would be mistaken.

Freedom is not safe. You chose to live there. I suggest you accept the consequences and use it as a teachable moment with your daughter. That's what I did when my child heard things like that.

Yes, it is unfortunate that your daughter picked that up. I think it was unfortunate that it was said within her hearing. Saying that other groups are worse does not excuse the bad behavior. But, again, I did not say any such thing. I suggest you find the individual responsible and take them to task. I would have when my child was that age.

Call Me Mom said...

As I recall the speakers and look through my videos, which I will be posting tomorrow or Monday, I can tell you that the speaker who said that was quoting Congresswoman Maxine Waters.

So after you find the speaker and contact them with your complaint, I suggest you contact Ms. Waters as well and let her know how inappropriate it is for a member of Congress to be making remarks of that sort in public. Especially when she is making them about a significant portion of the American people, all of whom she is supposed to be representing.