by Chuck MacNab
Well, it’s started! As we mentioned in our blog several weeks ago, the radical leftists that now run the government in Washington have finally put out “the word” to their cohorts around the country to “get in there and disrupt these Tea Party people” - and anyone else who disagrees with their radical socialist policies! They don't need to worry that the protestors who show up will be portrayed as heroes because the usual one-sided media reporting will make certain that ordinary concerned citizens who demonstrate will be portrayed as hooligans. It pays, big time, to have the media in the tank for you!
The left wing of the Democratic Party and their community organizer trained, now taxpayer funded, radicals have been engaging in disruptive mob tactics for years and so are better equipped to plan and engage in these sorts of operations than are ordinary citizens. You can bet that the leftists have a game plan that includes sending their cadres to make it look like Democrat politicians are being attacked by out of control, “unreasonable” and “disruptive” citizens. In reality, what seems now to be a conservative majority, are simply trying to have their voice heard. Will they be easily put down by physical threats of violence from those paid off by government bailout money, ACORN conscripts and police called out by the politicians? That’s a question yet to be answered!
You can also bet that liberals believe that if they can create enough phony controversy through their media friends, lay enough “blame” on Tea Party people, show some bleeding on TV and make some arrests, the conservatives will disappear. Well, the “game plan” says it’s worth a try, anyway! Could they be right?
Let’s face it, it’s a real challenge to oppose a government that sends their surrogates into the street and backs them up with police power. While things may not be as bad as they were recently in Iran, if concerned citizens continue to be denied their right of free speech, protests could move in that direction! Ordinary citizens, even when concerned enough to turn out at meetings, are not used to blatantly unfair treatment by those they have, even mistakenly, elected to office.
Please read the following article from the St Louis Post Dispatch. It illustrates our point clearly.