Friday, August 14, 2009

Guidelines For Your Town Hall Meeting

Congresspersons and Senators have begun holding "town hall" meetings to discuss the Obama Healthcare bills that they will be voting on this fall. Conservatives have attended many of these so far. However, it concerns me that conservative activists might not be employing the proper tactics to make sure their voices are heard. Here are a few pointers to get your point across at your town hall meeting:

1) Threaten the speaker before hand. Your goal should be shutting down their event. If they aren't able to speak, you will have proved your moral superiority.

2) If the speaker does dare speak, be sure to make your voice heard. Shout and scream. When the speaker tries to speak, shout him or her down. That will surely make your point in a way that coherent reasoning cannot.

3) Physically intimidate those who disagree with you. They don't really deserve the right of free speech anyway.

4) Dress in costumes and bring vulgar signs.

5) Most importantly, be sure to bring swastikas and other Nazi propaganda. Nothing encourages reasoned debate like comparisons to Hitler.

If you do all of these things, you can be as effective as any Democratic party thug.


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