Friday, April 16, 2010

Reporting from Tea Party Rallies:
Patriots 4, Alinsky Thugs 0


Gateway Pundit and Sharp Elbows report this morning about fake Tea Partiers being driven from yesterday's Tea Party rallies in St. Louis, San Francisco, Oceanside, and Greensboro.

GP reports that the white supremist plant "scurried off" after he was confronted by several patriots including our own [fearless] Adam Sharp. Writes Gateway: "Unfortunately for the left, their Alinsky tactics backfired at the Tax Day Tea Party rallies. The radical lost on Tax Day."


In related news, President Barack Obama mocked the Tea Party activists Thursday night at a fund raiser in Miami. Calling himself "amused" by the anti-tax Tea Party protests, Obama said, "You would think they'd be saying thank you." Really, Champ?

Update on "Call Me Amused": Obama was again hobnobbing with the elites at the Miami DNC fundraiser where he mocked taxpayers. People paid $30,000-$40,000 to listen to Obama take potshots at the bedrock middle class--you know, those people who actually pay taxes, as opposed to the 50% of the people in the country who don't.

According to Rasmussen, a whopping 34% of the people think this country is headed in the right direction. That's compared, again acccording to Rasmussen, to 24% of the country who say they're part of the Tea Party movement. And among that group, 94% believe the government has become a special interest group that looks out primarily for its won interests, and 96% of the Tea Party group think we're overtaxed.

And as Obama mocks the Tea Party movement, the lamestream media continues its own campaign to disparage and marginalize them. When they found out that ignoring the Tea Party rallies didn't work--didn't make them disappear--then they chose to brand these "angry mobs" as people who simply couldn't deal with the reality of a black man being president. The Media Research Center has come out with their analysis: "TV's Tea Party Travesty: How ABC, CBS, and NBC Have Dismissed and Disparaged the Tea Party Movement.

Here's my favorite sign from yesterday. I don't know where it came from--it's just making the rounds.

2 comments:

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