I had meant to give updates on the Olympic debacle every
day or two, but things have been extremely busy. Here are a few key
As we have from the beginning of this campaign, the
light of truth continues to shine on the rodeo and Olympic Mafia, and
rodeo apologists are on the run. I am told that Utah representative Paul
Ray is now trying to find something to support his contention that SHARK
is a terrorist organization. Isn't it fascinating that Mr. Ray only now
tries to find support for his outrageous statements, instead of before
he made them? That's the rodeo way!
Four nights ago, we followed the Torch to Provo, Utah.
There, we were repeatedly knocked off the Torch route by Provo police,
and we repeatedly kept finding another way to get on. It was an absolute
scream, with the police trying to figure out how in the world we were
doing it. The truth is, it was just blind luck, like none I have ever
seen before, or will likely see again.
The Provo cops followed up that performance when a punk
threw a rock at the Tiger. Two of us saw the punk do it, and I stopped
the Tiger, jumped out and videotaped the loser. Three cops quickly
pulled up to tell me to move the truck. I told them about the
rock-throwing punk, and the cops promised they would take care of it. A
couple hours later, we checked with the cops, and apparently "taking
care of it" in Provo means that they let the criminal go. We shall ask
for an internal investigation, but as far as I can tell, there isn't
much good to be found in Provo's cop shop.
Ogden, Utah went fairly smooth, and the cops were
professional. Salt Lake cops have been very professional. The rodeo
stooges, of course, are another matter. Last night, the Tiger had stuff
thrown at it again. One rodeo stooge walked into the middle of the
street and pulled his pants down to show us his butt. Had he not quickly
pulled his pants back up, I'm certain the area would have been declared
an EPA disaster area.
Through all of this, we have a great deal of support.
The difference is, our supporters smile and give us a thumbs up, while
our opposition is obscene, violent -- and cowardly and anonymous.
One truly funny thing that happened last night was when
the Tiger followed the Torch route to the front of the Utah State
capitol building. There were dignitaries from around the state, as well
as Olympic officials. A sudden traffic jam left the Tiger right in front
of the capitol building for over ten minutes, while all the people
watching the Olympic show that was going on turned to watch the Tiger.
Besides the video footage of rodeo animal abuse, our LED signs were
sending a split message. The front and rear signs said, "STOP THE
OLYMPIC RODEO," over and over. The side signs said, "SHAME ON MITT
ROMNEY," with SHAME blinking as it scrolled across.
This morning, we took the Tiger to Taylorsville High
School, in Taylorsville, Utah, a suburb of Salt Lake. The Torch was
making its way by the school, and the student animal rights group
bravely staged a protest. Pro-rodeo punks staged a counter protest and
barbecued meat to try to enrage animal protectors. When this ploy
failed, the animal abusers pelted the Tiger with snowballs and iceballs.
One punk jumped on the side of the Tiger. Unfortunately for the punks,
being videotaped both from inside and behind the Tiger, and they will
now be learning some facts of life the hard way, including criminal
charges. The local police, who watched while the attack occurred and did
nothing, will also be challenged.
One of the things I will do upon getting home is to put
some of the video clips we have gotten on the road on our website, to
show the obscenities and violence of rodeo people. It will be months
before we will catch up with all the footage we have taken. The crooked
cops need to be investigated. Some people will likely be sued.
Here's something else funny. The rodeo people thought
they would get a worldwide boost for their perverted concept of sport.
But because of the way we have exposed them, they won't even talk to
foreign media unless they have been contacted far in advance, and have
questions submitted. Gee, what could they possibly be afraid of? I
expect the Professional Rodeo Cowards Association (PRCA) fears a repeat
of the expose by the European journalists that kicked their butts a year
ago. That documentary (Alone Against the Rodeo) won a Genesis Award. And
you know, they just might be right -- any of those journalists just
might be setting them up!
I'll try to get more info out when I get a chance. As
for the pro-rodeo lurkers on our list, know this. The worldwide media
viewing our footage and interviewing us finds you to be the lowest class
of people on the planet, and I certainly concur. They are so disgusted
by you, that they actually feel a need to tell us so. Your obscene
cruelty is matched only by your incredible cowardice. When the world
sees rodeo people for what they are, they are absolutely repulsed. The
Olympic rodeo has given us the opportunity to educate the world about
rodeo sleazeballs, and we are making the most of it.
Now, it is off to the city, to catch tens of thousands
of people as they file out of the opening festivities! Somebody give me
some advice on etiquette -- should I thank Mitt Romney for setting uup
millions of people for the Tiger? As for the Olympic rodeo -- they still
have a bunch of seats available. Even the rodeo stooges think an Olympic
rodeo is idiotic -- and that's really saying something! p; By the way,
there are so many seats available for the Olympic Games, Mitt Romney has
resorted to giving them away -- yes, giving them away -- just so the
television cameras don't film all those wide open spaces. Nice show,
Mitt! I wonder if Mitt can spell L-O-S-E-R?
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