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Exploding Tea Party Protester Threatens Interviewer

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Published on Mar 20, 2010

This guy explodes in 55 seconds. Who knew that the Government run Veterans Administration was part of a Socialist Plot and that asking about it would set off one Tea Party Demonstrator who threatens to impale the interviewer with the pole from his American Flag, He would rather Military Veterans go to Charity Hospitals then use the Government financed and run Veterans Administration Hospital System. Ironically the Angry Guy, who wants nothing to do with any government involvement in medical care (which he thinks to be Socialist), recommends the New Orleans Charity Hospital as a place to send wounded war veterans, unable to pay for medical services. Turns out that most charity hospitals are financed by the Federal Government to make up for those unable to pay. In fact the main building of the New Orleans Charity Hospital was built with funds provided by the Federal Emergency Relief Administration (FERA). Which was the new name given by the Roosevelt Administration to the Emergency Relief Administration (ERA) which President Herbert Hoover had created in 1932. FERA was established as a result of the Federal Emergency Relief Act and was replaced in 1935 by the Works Progress Administration (WPA). FERA under Hoover gave loans to the states to operate relief programs. See cornerstone http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Fil.... It was shut down 5 years after Hurricane Katrina and replaced by a new Charity Hospital connected to a University. Both hospitals receive Federal Government funding to service the uninsured, the under-insured and the poor.
"In the 1980s blowback was a central theme in the legal and political debates about the efficacy of the Reagan Doctrine, which advocated public and secret support of anti-Communist counter-revolutionaries. For example, by secretly funding the secret war of the militarily-defeated, right-wing Contras against the left-wing Sandinista government of Nicaragua, which led to the Iran-Contra Affair, wherein the Reagan Administration sold American weapons to US enemy Iran to arm the Contras with Warsaw Pact weapons, and their consequent drug-dealing in American cities.[4] Moreover, in the case of Nicaragua v. United States, the International Court of Justice ruled against the United States’ secret military attacks against Sandinista Nicaragua, because the countries were not formally at war. Reagan Doctrine advocates, such as the Heritage Foundation, argue that support for anti-Communists would topple Communist régimes without retaliatory consequences to the United States and help win the global Cold War." http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blowback...
The Contra war had serious blowback consequences for US then and now! The Central American operation was considered such a resounding counterinsurgency success that Donald Rumsfeld sent the winning team to Iraq, leaving enough death and torture ill-will in their wake to increase the insurgency rather than to end it. http://www.theguardian.com/world/2013...

This video was recorded on the West Side of the U.S Capitol, Washington, DC at the final Tea Party rally to stop the Obama Care Reform Bill. Demonstration organized by FreedomWorks 9/12 protest Fox News and Glenn Beck.. More http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fhJ7M8...

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SirJohn
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If you disagree with the Tea Party. You may be a communist.
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Liberater
Nicaragua has never been communist, and he's for freedom but wants all communists to be killed, see the irony
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Aubatron
I'm a Canadian with free healthcare. So, I guess that makes me a communist by his definition? Sorry?
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Ho_Chi_Minty
"If I shout loud enough my opinion will become valid!"
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chicagata
Wow :O That man has serious issues! I kind of feel sorry for him... so much hate and anger inside him... and how he must be at home... poor family!! What a misery!
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BillieJolene1
Love how these morons don't want government to change health care.   YET THEY WANT RELIGION IN OUR GOVERNMENT DECISIONS.  Not only that, there's something wrong with this guy period and I DO NOT believe him when he says he's a veteran. 
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detcord1
I'm sure glad we have the communist / socialist NHS in the UK....
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Dferd777
I'm a Vet I love my socialized medicine I wish you all could have some!
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FreeeeBeer
They guy is a hypocrite and a idiot. He is a Nicaraguan on American soil and the very people he is supporting would much rather have him deported. The very fact that he is here in America proves he was the beneficiary of social programs.....but of course if HE benefits then it is not socialism or communism. If that guy was true to his beliefs he would deport himself for being in violation of his own beliefs.
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Grass Hopper
I am from Australia, we have socialized health care. We have better health care and better life expectancy and quality of life than America does simply because of socialized health care. Case closed.
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