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    Hey, That’s Not Nice!

    Hey, That’s Not Nice!

    (K. McCaffrey) — We all know how the liberal narrative goes: the Tea Party is supposed to be racist. Even after Andrew Breitbart’s $100,000 challenge and the continual failure to pinpoint awful tragedies on the Tea Party, lefties everywhere persist on blaming the Tea Party for all that is backwards in America. Despite an overwhelming lack of evidence, their “incivility” has been blamed for everything one can imagine.

    Well, well, well, the recent protest against the Koch brothers had the cruel bite that many in the media only wish it could find at a Tea Party Rally. As John Fund, quoted in today’s “Notable” section of the Journal, wrote about the recent protest:

    Last weekend, almost 1,000 protestors assembled by Greenpeace, the Teamsters and public employee unions gathered outside the Rancho Las Palmas resort in Rancho Mirage, Calif., to agitate against what they called the “Billionaire’s Caucus.” That would be the biannual meeting hosted by Charles and David Koch, wealthy conservative donors who helped bankroll Americans for Prosperity and other groups active in the 2010 election.
    Calls for political civility are much in the news, but this group clearly came in an ugly mood. Some of their signs featured swastikas and featured blood splattered next to the message, “Koch Kills.”
    Van Jones, the former Obama administration aide who was forced to resign over his ties to extremist groups, whipped up the crowd by saying “the Kochs must be exposed, they must be stopped.” He accused them of trying to create an “economic plantation” for the poor.
    After a raucous rally, many in the crowd tried to push past the police barricades. In the end, 25 people were arrested.
    Far more eye-raising, though, is this video where a “progressive” (their words, not mine) calls for Clarence Thomas to be put “back in the fields,” oh, and then “[strung] up.” They’re “peaceful people,” except for … yeah, when they’re not:


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    DINORightMarie said…

    Yesterday, I posted the following comment referring to Anderson Cooper's pummeling in Egypt at 2-3 blogs:

    "Famed CNN fudge-packer punched in head exactly ten times by Egyptian teabaggers."

    Was I wrong to do that?

    Even people like the young woman don't make me "ashamed to be an American". And there is the difference between them and us.

    @Dino, Thanks – I actually kept that in mind when I was writing it!
    @William & don'ttread, ain't it the truth?
    @Pasedena, it wasn't addressed to me – but yes.

    @Pasadena Phil – it is not a matter of "right" or "wrong", it is a matter of giving ammo to the enemy. Never a good idea. 😉

    @DinoRightMarie
    @Kathleen

    I disagree. It just doesn't matter what we say or do. They make it up anyway. We need to maintain our sense of humor and stop worrying about what the MSM or the uber-liberals think. That is how we always end up being silenced as we proceed and how we always allow the MSM to pick the Republican candidate. Even today, Patterico is again arguing that it's important to elect the uber-liberal Mike Castles with that very same RINO spineless argument.

    The people who consistently storm the beaches and establish beachheads for conservatives are Michelle Malkin (with Doug Powers), Mark Levin, Andrew Breitbart, and Dan Riehl. I'm sure there are others but the ones named are the ones who throw elbows and stick to the facts regardless how offended our opponents (Dems and Assistant Dems alike) by truth and logic.

    As Patrick Ruffini famously said in 2006, "Politics is a contact sport. Get a helmet."


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