Tea Party Crashers Humiliate Alinsky

Joy Tiz

©2010

 

You would think they should be saying thank you.

-Barack Obama

 President Barack Obama said Thursday he’s “amused” by the anti-tax tea party protests that have been taking place around Tax Day.

To the great chagrin of the mainstream media, the April 15th Tea Parties went off exactly as anyone with a scintilla of common sense would have predicted:  peacefully.

Now that we have empirical data on the Tea Party demographics—grownups who  believe in working for a living and retirees who have worked for a living—only a complete imbecile would anticipate a violent uprising.

What little mischief has been reported thus far was caused, naturally, by liberal party crashers. 

The much ballyhooed threats to kill, crush and destroy the Tea Party movement was a colossal  failure.

Michelle Malkin  points out that Saul Alinsky would be embarrassed over the lackluster performance by the self styled amateur agitators: 

“You were ready for the Tea Party saboteurs. And boy, did they fail epically. Saul Alinsky would be ashamed.

Grass-roots activists smoked out the infiltrators — and tagged them immediately.”

Chief addle-pate and poster child for homeschooling, Jason Levin, who attempted to organize a Crash the Tea Party Movement, has been reduced to peddling tee shirts on Cafepress.  No doubt he will need the income as the state board in Oregon will be investigating the middle school teacher.  Never mind the fact that he was doing “political work” during school hours—they all do that, it’s part of Ayers-based propagandism. 

What the school board should be concerned about is the fusion of Levin’s near illiteracy combined with his incessant use of foul language in expressing his contempt for the Constitution.

The local media is reporting that our Palm Desert Tea Party drew a crowd of “ well over 1000.”    Use the 1000 figure for extrapolation purposes only.  The actual count was probably closer to 2500.

Birther lawyer, Orly Taitz was scheduled to speak, but cancelled this event as she has others in California.  The high point of the evening was the Nancy Pelosi impersonator, complete with oversized gavel (we’re working on getting the video posted for all to enjoy).

As was to be expected, the crowd was entirely congenial.  My only complaint is that the Tea Party organizers allowed the event to appropriated by politicians running for office.  Speechifiers included Ken Miller, a gubernatorial candidate and Clayton Thibodeau who is challenging  Representative Mary Rino Mack.

I don’t blame the politicians for injecting themselves into the events.  An open mic is catnip to these people.  But, is it really necessary to allow politicians to turn a grass roots protest into a stump stop?

The Tea Party organizers devote incalculable hours and funds to putting the Tea Party rallies together—securing the venue, getting necessary permits, publicizing the event and numerous other expenditures of time and resources.  Is the purpose to provide free publicity for political candidates?

It seems wrong side out to me.  I don’t attend Tea Party events to listen to a bunch of politicians.  The politicians should be there to listen to us.

 

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3 Comments

  1. Posted April 27, 2010 at 6:40 pm | Permalink

    yo wat is your fb site

  2. Wyoming
    Posted April 16, 2010 at 5:13 pm | Permalink

    Aw, poor libtards. Let me call the whaaaa-mbulance for you. Obama and his minions engage in every sordid behavior they accuse conservatives/Bush/Fox News of and are willfully blind to the hypocrisy of it all. It’s called “projection”.

    Bush spent too much…but I love Obama spending 10 times as much.
    Tea Partiers threaten violence….but it’s ok when SEIU thugs beat up a black man in a wheelchair.

    Bek/Hannity/Rush, etc. are propagandists….but we find truth on the Daily Kos and Pacifica Radio.

    We remember Waterloo alright, and Obama smells a lot like Napoleon to me.

  3. Montana
    Posted April 16, 2010 at 5:00 pm | Permalink

    The simpleton Birthers along with the Tea baggers are the same whiners that were crying when the McCain/Bailin ticket lost. Now that their yelling and screaming failed to stop the health care debate and the bill from passing they are crying again. Let’s face it the Republicans had eight years to deal with health care, immigration, climate change and financial oversight and governance and they failed. The Republicans are good at starting wars (two in eight years, with fat contracts to friends of Cheney/Bush) but not at winning wars as seen by the continuing line of body bags that keep coming home. Instead of participating in the health care debate of ideas the Republicans party turned inward to their old fashion obstructionist party (and their Confederacy roots). In my opinion the Republican Waterloo loss was caused by the party allowing a small portions (but very loud) of the republican party of “birthers, baggers and blowhards” to take over their party. I will admit that this fringe is very good at playing “Follow the Leader” by listening to their dullard leaders, Beck, Hedgecock, Hannity, O’Reilly, Rush, Savage, Sarah Bailin, Orly Taitz, Victoria Jackson, Michele Bachmann and the rest of the Blowhards and acting as ill programmed robots (they have already acted against doctors that perform abortions). The Birthers and the Tea party crowd think they can scare, intimidate and force others to go along with them by comments like “This time we came unarmed”, let me tell you something not all ex-military join the fringe militia crazies who don’t pay taxes and run around with face paint in the parks playing commando, the majority are mature and understand that the world is more complicated and grey than the black and white that these simpleton make it out to be and that my friend is the point. The world is complicated and people like Hamilton, Lincoln, and Roosevelt believed that we should use government a little to increase social mobility, now it’s about dancing around the claim of government is the problem. The sainted Reagan passed the biggest tax increase in American history and as a result federal employment increased, but facts are lost when mired in mysticism and superstition. Although some Republicans are trying to distant themselves from this fringe most of them, having no game plan/ vision for our country, are just going along and fanning the flames. For a party that gave us Abraham Lincoln, it is tragic that the ranks are filled with too many empty suits. But they now claim they have changed, come on, what sucker is going to believe that? All I can say to you is remember Waterloo.

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