Whining about a “lack of free speech” in Miami, they’re going back to Miami–right in front of Versailles Resturant in Little Havana–tomorrow morning at 11AM.
I have to work but if you can be there to give them a warm Miami welcome, please do so.
Meanwhile, via Michelle Malkin, we learn what Code Commie Pinko and their sympathizers think about the rights of others, namely those they disagree with–in this case, would-be United States Marines:
As the right-wing blogosphere railed and a U.S. senator vowed financial retaliation against the Berkeley City Council for its effort to boot the Marine Corps out of town, three war protesters ratcheted up pressure from the left by chaining themselves Friday to the front door of the downtown Marine recruiting office.
The demonstrators snapped their locks shut at 7 a.m. and spent the next 7 1/2 hours blocking the door, waving and chanting as hundreds of cars driving by honked in support. Finally, at 2:30 p.m., police snipped the chains and arrested them.
That’s 7 1/2 hours that Americans in a supposedly free country were denied the right to visit a Marine recruiter. Last time I checked the Constitution, there was a little something or other in there about “the right of the people peaceably to assemble” or something like that.