Hoffa: “Take These Son Of A Bitches Out”

Posted September 5th, 2011 by Iron Mike

Teamster President James Hoffa, Jr. – son of Jimmy Hoffa [Teamster President – disappeared and presumed murdered by the Mafia in July 1975] shows us a classic example of ‘the new political civility‘ in a Detroit speech preceding Obama’s Labor Day political speech.

Note he refers to you as ‘those son of a bitches‘.  He wants his members to ‘take you out‘.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f65xilSDyso

Watch the unenthusiastic faces of the folks behind him.

5 Responses to “Hoffa: “Take These Son Of A Bitches Out””

  1. Perplexed Senior

    Yes, Junior, it is fitting that this speech was scheduled for Detroit, the city that is the poster child for Obama’s staggering unemployment which was not the fault of the Tea Party, but of his and organized labor’s job killing policies.

    Just exactly how do you propose “to take those SOBs out”? Will it be at the ballot box like you tried and failed to do in Wisconsin? Will it be with the “underwhelming 10% of the work force” that is your “army”? As a Tea Party member, I say bring it on, Junior.

  2. Timothy Roesch

    Maybe he is lonely and wants to take a male puppy out to play ball with?

  3. Kathy

    This is just another sign that the tea party is seen as a threat. We are having an effect and the more they speak – they more they reveal themselves. Keep poking at the beehive!

  4. Tired republican

    Does anyone actually care about this guy, I have only ever heard his dads name? Besides, who cares about name calling, the TP plays that game more than anyone.

    I’m pretty sure this is just like grade school, if everyone ignored the bully, he won’t get satisfaction. Blowing this guy up as anything other than just a guy ranting, I’m sure gives him satisfaction knowing he set people off.

    And in response to you Kathy, we should be more than a threat. The real power of the tea party is that no one republican will get elected without the TP support, so everyone on the right has to cater to this group. It is seen as a mob rule group, and that is always scary to those who think differently. We can work against this reputation and be taken more seriously, but in the meantime, people are fighting back.
    ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~
    Like his previous ‘offerings’ we are leaving this ‘Tired republican’s’ remarks up to alert viewers to the twisted mindset of the other side.

    He may be tired, but he is no Republican!

    If he doesn’t know about Jimmy Hoffa it means he has no historical context against which to measure today’s players and events. He is a willing and gullible regurgitator of WH and DNC sound bites.

    As an example, he says: “…name calling, the TP plays that game more than anyone”. By having their useful idiots say things like that for a few months, the Cartel expects the general public to accept it as fact. Note he also accuses us of ‘mob rule’.

    We are on to your game Tired . . . .

  5. Sam Adams

    As a proud Republican Tea Party SOB, I agree with your analysis of “tired”, RR.
    (Could be Republican Chair Nassour moon-lighting on the blogs.)

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