Republican mob scene video
November 22, 2000 2:32 PM   Subscribe

Republican mob scene video The guy in the video is being accused of stealing a ballot for the Democrats...
posted by owillis (18 comments total)

 
Real audio link!
No notice of such in post.
That was not so nice.
posted by MarkBakalor at 2:43 PM on November 22, 2000


Real VIDEO link!
Not so much real audio.
Excuse my error.
posted by MarkBakalor at 2:44 PM on November 22, 2000


Sorry
posted by owillis at 2:46 PM on November 22, 2000


In owillis' defense the link does have the word "video" in it. It should have been mentioned what type of media it was, but let's not lynch him like these republican mob members did to the guy in the video.
posted by terrapin at 2:48 PM on November 22, 2000


"We've given the word 'mob' a bad name."
-- Dr. Hibbert [1F01]
posted by mathowie at 2:56 PM on November 22, 2000


...and after all that it turned out to be a sample ballot.
posted by dhartung at 3:27 PM on November 22, 2000


That's okay, it was only a sample lynch mob.
posted by grimmelm at 3:31 PM on November 22, 2000


"Oh, there's no justice like angry-mob justice."
-- Skinner [4F06]
posted by pb at 3:32 PM on November 22, 2000


If they're liberal, its a group of people excercising they're right to protest.

If they're conservative, its a mob (even when lacking property damage and/or violence).


posted by Mick at 3:53 PM on November 22, 2000


It they're Borg, it's an all out invasion!
posted by tomalak at 4:04 PM on November 22, 2000


Yep. It even had the words "Sample Ballot" stamped on it.
posted by tomorama at 4:15 PM on November 22, 2000


Mick - I thought the liberals in Seattle/DC/LA were mobs too...
posted by owillis at 4:20 PM on November 22, 2000


When I clicked on the link, it opened up a web browser and then tried to put all the real audio buttons and stuff in the fullblown browser screen. Looked really funny, but only played audio. No video.

posted by ZachsMind at 7:09 PM on November 22, 2000


If they're liberal, its a group of people excercising they're right to protest.

If they're conservative, its a mob (even when lacking property damage and/or violence).


What if they're morons? Can we call them a mob then?
posted by rcade at 8:36 PM on November 22, 2000


From Dictionary.com:

mob (mb)
n.

A large disorderly crowd or throng
posted by Optamystic at 10:25 PM on November 22, 2000


The protesting conservatives were groups of people exercising their right to protest.

This was a mob.
posted by dhartung at 10:29 PM on November 22, 2000


What I want to know is, how much does such a mob [or group of people exercising their right to protest] influence a county to decide not to have a recount after all, as Miami-Dade decided yesterday?
posted by jillmatrix at 7:45 PM on November 23, 2000


By the way it looks to me, the loudest chanting and screaming came from the "freedom of press" chant at the end - those guys where holding cameras and such. So, there were acutally 2 mobs there.
posted by jamescblack at 5:57 AM on November 27, 2000


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