#AmericanSpringExcuses


With the colossal failure of the latest hundred man march to remove Obama from office, Operation American Spring, Twitter had a lot of fun with the hashtag #AmericanSpringExcuses. There were some great ones. Keith Lowell Jensen got into the act:

Well that’s true. You gotta find out who is the baby daddy.

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  1. zippythepinhead says

    It was such a joke from the word go. There was no organization. There was never AFAIK any discussion of the LOGISTICS of getting millions of people to Washington DC How is a tenth of the population of the country supposed to get there in one day? (I heard a quote from someone who “… took the day off for this …”) At least with the million man march (almost 20 years ago now!), they had buses. Did these yahoos even have 1 bus?

  2. dingojack says

    Oh they had buses. It’s just that the half that refused to sit at the back, threw the other half under the wheels.
    Dingo

  3. raven says

    How is a tenth of the population of the country supposed to get there in one day?

    The Invisible Hand of the Free Market, of course. The IHOTFM is magic and can do everything.

  4. Michael Heath says

    The leader of this boondoggle actually suggested the rain was the reason for the low turn-out, in spite of the hotels being at full occupancy. This is the level of competency we’re now used to from America’s right wing; it’s merely a matter of small degrees between him and John Boehner, Mitch McConnell, or John Roberts.

  5. tuibguy says

    I think they found out about the Women in Secularism conference across the river in Alexandria and they were intimidated by the fact that a bunch of brilliant women would be so close. They knew they couldn’t win.

  6. StevoR : Free West Papua, free Tibet, let the Chagossians return! says

    LOL. Saw a rainbow is my fave of those.

    Incidentally there were five thousand plus at the March in May rally against t\he Right wing Abbott agenda in Adelaide, South Oz, today.

    So I think we beat ‘em numbers~wise – smaller population and less patriotic partisan politicial community and all.

  7. says

    I still find the rain excuse funny, especially because it’s from the horse’s mouth. Revolution canceled on account of rain.

    Rather than admit they’re unorganized or that they grossly overestimated the number of people they could pull, they end up insulting the very people they’re trying to rally by saying they aren’t serious enough to put up with a minor inconvenience.

  8. John Pieret says

    Let’s just go with the simplest explanation: idiots don’t organize well.

  9. dingojack says

    Rain can have a serious effect on history. Consider the demise of Citizen Robespierre.
    :) Dingo

  10. savagemutt says

    Who among us can forget the inspiring painting of Washington refusing to cross the Delaware because of a slight drizzle?

  11. Al Dente says

    You’d think the American Spring people would be happy about the rain. It would make it more difficult for the Obamadrone operators to find their targets. Or is that too practical for the organizers?

  12. Nentuaby says

    Bronze Dog

    I know right? If there’d been… Sunshine… They’d have seen way better turnout from their true… Patriots…

    Hmm!

  13. 2-D Man says

    “How’s my neck supposed to get the right color when it’s raining out?”

  14. JPS says

    The middle of last week I checked the Washington, D.C. events reservation web site as well as that of the National Park Service for the National Mall and Capitol grounds, and couldn’t find anything for Operation American Spring. (There likely are other resources that I couldn’t find.)

  15. says

    I couldn’t go because I ruptured my spleen laughing at them/.

    The revolution will not be televised and there is, apparently, no rain date.

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