Crowder Busts Up TeaCon

The bipartisan anti-Left laughs out loud at Progs


Ridicule is man's most potent weapon - Saul Alinsky

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Summary of Saul Alinsky's 'Rules for Radicals'
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Obama Gun Program EXPLAINED!

How and why Dept. of Social Justice put weapons in the hands of violent criminals


How Obama Softened-Up America

Steroidal BigGov expansion brings 'unexpected' results
In 2008, we elected a man who promised us “a net spending cut,” a guy who would go “line by line” through the budget with steely eyes under his green eyeshade and trim Washington down to the bone. We elected — we thought we elected — a tough man to do a tough job. Who is soft, Mr. President, the electorate who went crazy for the tough guy, or the president who broke his promises while refusing to make a single tough decision about spending?

I saw the rise of a new political movement, a new Tea Party. This Tea Party didn’t throw fits. The rest of American didn’t have to endure tantrums as they went out on the streets, Greek-style, to demand more and more largess. No. They assembled peacefully, quietly, and asked you to do less to try and “help” them. That doesn’t seem soft to me, Mr. President.

I watched them endure taunts from your allies, and even from you, Mr. President. Your side called them wackos and nutjobs and racists and everything else in the book. And they endured the insults with a quiet determination worthy of John Wayne or Gary Cooper. But these weren’t brawny actors on the safety of a movie set. They were normal Americans who had decided they’d had enough, political neophytes going up against the best the Democrats and Republicans had to offer.

Then I saw them go to the voting booths last November to wage one of the most effective — and polite — revolutions in American political history. Their message:

Make the tough decisions, Mr. President. Stop taxing and spending and borrowing and regulating this great country out of existence. We aren’t Europe — we don’t want to be coddled!
(from pajamasmedia.com)

Days of Rage Update

Trumka: Bailouts & P2P for me, not for thee
A note for those of you masked Marxists who may be reading this on the laptops that were created by ‘evil’ capitalists, here’s some food for thought: The Tea Party people you disparage hate the Big Bank Bailouts as much as you do.

The difference is, they know you cannot consume more than you produce (either as an individual or a nation); whereas, your ideology is to consume what others have produced in the name of ‘social justice’ and ‘fairness.’
(full story from laborunionreport at redstate.com)

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Prog Rage Adds New Venue

O-Progs extend 'Fall Uprising' to Beantown


Woodrow, Tiberias, Chicago Olympics

On this day: October 2
U.S. President Woodrow Wilson suffers a massive stroke, leaving him partially paralyzed (1919)

Tiberias massacre: Arabs murder 20 Jews (1938)

President Barack Obama and FLOTUS Michelle Obama take Oprah Winfrey to Copenhagen, Denmark, to give a speech to the International Olympic Committee in a failed attempt to bring the 2016 Summer Olympics to Chicago (2009)

b: Paul von Hindenburg (1897), Johnnie L. Cochran Jr. (1937); d: Samuel Adams (1803), Peter J. Brennan (1996), John Dunlop (2003)

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