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  1. #11
    Quote Originally Posted by Ektarr View Post
    All they need is Brown shirts and hobnail boots to complete the picture...
    That could be in the works.
    By faith Noah,being warned of God of things not seen as yet, moved with fear,prepared an ark to the saving of his house;by the which he condemned the world,and became heir of the righteousness which is by faith Heb.11:7

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    There will be attempts to infiltrate the upcoming rallies, and I can guarantee you that anyone on the left that tries to discredit the 2nd Amendment rally in VA would be a real moron. And no one in the Tea Party will START anything, but they will not back down if assaulted. There will be increased security at all venues, and a lot of people with cameras.

    These thugs can try, but they won't succeed.
    -= Piece Corps =-

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    Saul Alinsky's Avenging Angels: Tea Party Saboteurs

    Remember Obama's Mentor & Idol "Saul Alinsky"?


    Alinsky's Avenging Angels: Tea Party Saboteurs


    By Michelle Malkin



    April 14, 2010

    One of the popular signs spotted at Tea Party protests across the country over the past year goes like this: "It doesn't matter what this sign says. You'll call it racism, anyway!" It's a pithy, perfect rejoinder to the fusillade of attacks that limited-government activists have weathered from their Democratic detractors and a hostile national media. Committed Alinsky-ites never let reality get in the way of a good Tea Party-bashing narrative.
    The radical acolytes of Chicago's late left-wing organizer Saul Alinsky also understand the importance of manufacturing demons. "Before men can act," Alinsky preached, "an issue must be polarized. Men will act when they are convinced their cause is 100 percent on the side of the angels, and that the opposition are 100 percent on the side of the devil." This explains the left's relentless campaign to sabotage the anti-tax, anti-bailout movement from Day One.
    President Obama's community organizing allies whispered "racist," "fascist" and "fringe" in the earliest days of the stimulus demonstrations in January and February 2009, when hundreds of first-time protesters turned out on the streets in Washington State, Colorado, Arizona and Kansas. The whispers turned to hysterical screams as hundreds became thousands and thousands became millions of peaceful marchers who gathered for the first nationwide Tax Day Tea Party. Some fringe, huh?
    The latest effort to smear Tea Partiers involves self-appointed agents provocateurs who are organizing a "Crash the Tea Party" campaign to discredit the April 15 Tax Day Tea Party by making up bogus racist signs and providing false portrayals of grassroots activists to the press. An online punk, Jason Levin, is spearheading the infiltration effort to "act on behalf of the Tea Party in ways which exaggerate their least appealing qualities" and "damage the public's opinion of them." Never mind that public opinion polls now show that the majority of Americans stand with the core principles of fiscal responsibility espoused by Tea Party activists.
    Levin may be a lone wolf operator, but he has many fellow travelers in the Democratic establishment and left-wing fever swamps. And their efforts wouldn't be possible without friendlies in the press who have openly insulted Tea Party activists with endless vulgar sexual taunts and Taliban comparisons.
    A few months ago, Craig Varoga -- a Washington-based Democratic political operative and overseer of a convoluted, money-shuffling web of political action committees -- launched "TheTeaPartyisOver.org" to target Republicans who supported the Tea Party movement. The site declared that it would prevent the "radical" and "dangerous" fiscal accountability agenda from "gaining legislative traction." Varoga's money funneling is designed to obscure the Big Labor/progressive funding of his enterprises under the umbrella of his "American Public Policy Center (APPC)."
    After conservative blogs and Fox News exposed his deceptive web of grassroots groups, Varoga password-protected his website so that the Democratic plotting against Tea Party activists could be conducted out of view.
    I speak from direct experience about the underhandedness of Tea Party smear merchants. On Feb. 17, 2009, at one of the country's first tax revolt rallies in Denver, a man approached me amid a throng of bona fide anti-stimulus protesters and thrust a camera in my face. I obliged cheerfully, as I usually do after such speaking events. I later learned from the character assassins at Progress Now, a left-wing outfit that just happened to be there and just happened to snap a close-up photo of the interaction, that the man pulled out a sign at the last minute (which I didn't see until later) sporting Obama's name with a swastika on it. He held the sign away from me, but in direct view of the Progress Now cameraperson.

    That cameraperson just happened to be a former CNN producer, whose blog post on the photo just happened to be immediately disseminated by the local press and to the hit men at the radical-left Media Matters website. The narrative was set: A conservative supporter of the nascent Tea Party movement posed for a photo with a man holding up a swastika at a protest against out-of-control spending! Ergo, the anti-stimulus protesters and the entire Tea Party membership are all racist, fascist menaces to society!
    Fast-forward to April 2010. Alinsky's avenging angels have declared open warfare on April 15. Will they be enabled again by "mainstream journalists" who have turned their Tea Party reporting assignments into search-and-destroy missions? The signs point to yes.
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    Michelle Malkin is the author of "Culture of Corruption: Obama and his Team of Tax Cheats, Crooks & Cronies" (Regnery 2010).
    http://www.gopusa.com/commentary/mma...mm_04141.shtml

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    "The people never give up their liberties, but under some delusion." - Edmund Burke

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    Yep sure did

    It's how the socialist movement got to this point apparently, through teaching children. Too many not taught the right things by parents that didn't care.

    I'm sure there are exceptions, but not enough.

    We all need to fix that.

    Educate your kids, teach your kids to teach their friends, that's the only way to ensure the continuation of our country the way it was intended.

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    I was at the Tea Party in Boston today where Sarah Palin spoke. It was an amazing event! And out of the 5,000 or so attendees there were probably less than a dozen "spoilers" there. So despite their "national effort" they still can't put together a decent showing. And to those who did show up the response from the actual Tea Partiers was very controlled and appropriate. I am so proud of today's event!!

  7. #16
    Quote Originally Posted by Marissa View Post
    I was at the Tea Party in Boston today where Sarah Palin spoke. It was an amazing event! And out of the 5,000 or so attendees there were probably less than a dozen "spoilers" there. So despite their "national effort" they still can't put together a decent showing. And to those who did show up the response from the actual Tea Partiers was very controlled and appropriate. I am so proud of today's event!!
    Thanks for the post, Marissa. The nationwide Tea Party supporters ARE very high caliber folks, indeed...and, yes, that does have a dual meaning for 2A supporters, as well.
    Conservative Wife & Mom -- I'm a Conservative Christian-American with dual citizenship...the Kingdom of God is my 1st home and the U.S.A. is my 2nd.

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    'Tea party' vs. opponents: 'Low-grade civil war' on tax day?




    'Tea party' vs. opponents: 'Low-grade civil war' on tax day?

    Tensions are rising between tea party supporters and liberal activists as tax-day protests get under way. More likely than violence, though, is debate about what the phrase ‘real American’ means.








    An Obama supporter at the edge of the crowd gets into an argument with 'tea party' supporters at a rally in Boston Wednesday. The Tea Party Express ended its cross-country tour in Boston, where Sarah Palin was a guest speaker.
    Melanie Stetson Freeman/The Christian Science Monitor


    By Patrik Jonsson, Staff writer / April 15, 2010
    The only real incident of note at last year's 'tea party' rallies on tax day, April 15, came when a passionate protester tossed a box of tea bags over the White House fence.

    This year, things are looking a little dicier.
    In towns large and small on Thursday, which is tax day, tea partyers are planning to march against big government – and the rhetoric is getting heated as counterdemonstrators mobilize. Some agents provocateurs say they’ll crash the tea parties, and the threat of fisticuffs and worse is hanging in the air.
    IN PICTURES: Tea Parties
    Both sides have been fueled by the Internet's churning of partisan, even extreme, politics. One commenter, a tea-party supporter, recently warned of a looming "low-grade civil war.”
    But evidence, political scientists say, shows that political conflict rarely erupts in the United States once protesters and counterprotesters are actually toe-to-toe. In fact, partisans meeting on the street – away from their keyboards, TVs, and radios – may have a moderating effect.
    "Mainstream politics is sort of like listening to two lawyers arguing, while [political outsiders] sound more like two guys getting ready for a bar fight," says political scientist Charles Franklin at the University of Wisconsin in Madison. "If opposition rallies start showing up or infiltrating the tea party, you do run the risk of fisticuffs. But you might have the opposite effect: If we're face to face, I might not actually punch you in the nose."
    Yet the tension is palpable.

    Crashing the tea party

    A group called Crash the Tea Party is recruiting activists from New Hampshire to California to infiltrate hundreds of planned tea-party events. It’s urging activists to hold up racist signs in order to paint the movement in a negative light.


    Tea partyers say they'll bring video cameras to root out any impostors.
    In North Carolina, a new state regulation bans flags and signs from being carried on poles. This means that tax protesters can wave objects only as big as the flags handed out at a Fourth of July parade. According to state officials, the rule was put into place last September to prevent ralliers from inadvertently injuring one another.



    But others suspect that the measure is aimed at suppressing intentional violence. Raleigh’s News & Observer writes, "The ban comes as, elsewhere in the nation, demonstrations have become heated and raucous."
    "It's sad our country has come to this," Laura Long, who applied for a permit for a tea-party rally on Thursday, told the N&O.
    Reports from New Orleans that a couple attending the Southern Republican Leadership Conference in the city was beaten up for wearing Sarah Palin pins were wrong. But that didn't stop Internet commentators from sensing a looming battle.

    "If i am attacked at a rally ... someone will end up in their grave.... ENOUGH IS ENOUGH!!!!!" writes a commenter at the conservative Gateway Pundit blog.

    And the Sooner Tea Party group in Oklahoma made news this week when it announced it was getting help from legislators to start a state-sanctioned militia to protect residents from illegal federal encroachment and in anticipation of civil breakdown.
    Then again, not all threats are rhetorical, as this street fight in Florida last year shows.
    Liberal activists say tea partyers ratcheted up the threat when they began carrying guns to protests. The counterprotesters have also been motivated by the provocative signs and rude epithets allegedly hurled by some tea-party members.
    On liberal blogs, the phrase "violent racist teabaggers" occurs time and again.
    "I predict the ... teabaggers will defeat themselves, and take down the Repubs with them. Then again never underestimate the power of stupid people in large numbers," writes a commenter on the progressive Truthout site.
    The impact of agents provocateurs

    Ultimately, agents provocateurs seldom make an impact, says Mr. Franklin, who is co-founder of Pollster.com. He points to Rush Limbaugh's exhortations for conservatives to vote in Democratic primaries during the 2008 presidential election. Such votes were essentially a nonfactor.
    "Ultimately, the way the progressives win against the tea party is more through mainstream political action and less through tricks at campaign rallies," he says.
    At a tea-party rally Wednesday morning in Boston, featuring Ms. Palin, liberal activists waving pro-Obama posters were keen to provide counterweight to a tea-party movement that polls show is itself becoming more mainstream. But the passion never devolved to violence.
    Scattered in small clumps throughout the crowd, tea-party opponents reported receiving mixed reactions from rally attendees, says the Monitor's Will Buchanan, who was on the scene. Obama supporter Annie Reed of Brookline, Mass., for one, said she was called at various points a "communist" and "America hater." Someone suggested that she move to Russia.
    But for others, the rally was an opportunity for constructive political discourse. One man in the crowd engaged several tea partyers in a measured back-and-forth discussion about the definition of patriotism and what "real American" means.
    As for displays of anger and rudeness, something the tea-party movement has been criticized for, liberals in Boston showed they can dish it out, too. Derogatory statements about Palin were in evidence on signs and T-shirts sported by the counter-protesters.


    IN PICTURES: Tea Parties

    'Tea party' vs. opponents: 'Low-grade civil war' on tax day? / The Christian Science Monitor - CSMonitor.com


    Former Alaska governor and 2008 vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin gives her husband, Todd, a thumbs up as she begins to address a crowd at a stop of the Tea Party Express on Boston Common in Boston, Wednesday.








    "The people never give up their liberties, but under some delusion." - Edmund Burke

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    Teacher Jason Levin is under investigation after his "Crash the Tea Party" Web site called on supporters to infiltrate anti government protests.

    A middle school teacher in Oregon who announced his intention "to dismantle and demolish the Tea Party" on his "Crash the Tea Party" web site is under investigation by his state's Teacher Standards & Practices Commission.

    The investigation by Oregon's teacher licensing agency comes in response to a public outcry over Jason Levin's public statements that he'll do anything short of throwing rocks to bring down the Tea Party.


    Levin, the media teacher at Conestoga Middle School in Beaverton, is the leader of a group that says it wants to infiltrate and bring down the loosely organized anti-big-government Tea Party movement.


    He has said he would seek to embarrass Tea Partiers by attending their rallies dressed as Adolf Hitler, carrying signs bearing racist, sexist and anti-gay epithets, and acting as offensively as possible — anything short of throwing punches.


    His school district is defending his right to free speech, but it's investigating whether he used district computers to spread his political message or worked on his Web site during school hours.

    In a recent interview with Talking Points Memo, Levin said of his plans, “Our goal is that whenever a Tea Partier says 'Barack Obama was not born in America,' we're going be right there next to them saying, 'Yeah, in fact he wasn't born on Earth! He's an alien!'"


    In a now deleted post on his “Crash the Tea Party” Web site, Levin called on his supporters to collect the Social Security numbers — among other personal identifying information — about as many Tea Party supporters as possible at the numerous rallies scheduled to take place on Thursday – Tax Day.


    “Some other thoughts are to ask people at the rally to sign a petition renouncing socialism. See just how much info you can get from these folks (name address, DOB, Social Security #, The more data we can mine from the Tea Partiers, the more mayhem we can cause with it!!!!” he wrote.

    The state agency is investigating whether this is a hint at identity theft, and whether it is appropriate behavior for a public school teacher. It also will investigate charges that Levin used school computers during school hours to work on his Web site. Levin works at Conestoga Middle School's media lab and teaches 6th, 7th and 8th graders about computers and technology.


    According to the school district laws regulating teacher conduct, which are posted online: “The Beavertown School District rules involving teacher use of the district’s electronic system clearly state: The district's electronic communications system.

    shall be used for educational purposes consistent with the district's mission, priorities and beliefs. Educational purposes do not include commercial use, use for personal financial gain or political advocacy.”

    The investigation will be assigned to a case agent who will compile a preliminary report that will be presented before the commission. The commission members will then decide whether to charge Levin with misconduct or dismiss the case due to insufficient evidence, said Melody Hanson, the director of professional practices.


    There are numerous factors that are weighed when considering disciplinary sanctions under state law, including:


    --Whether the conduct was notorious or had negative effects on the public image of the school (public image could be an issue of contention in Beavertown, which was named the “Best Place to Raise Your Kids” in Oregon by Businessweek);
    --the educator’s past performance;
    --whether there was damage to students, other educators or the public;
    --the likelihood of a recurrence of the conduct;
    -- whether there is a danger that students will imitate the teacher’s behavior.


    The earliest Levin’s case could be considered would be in August, since the commission meets only four times a year.


    The Beaverton School District also is conducting an internal investigation to look into Levin's use of "work time and district equipment, and any other relevant issues," Maureen Wheeler, the district's public information officer, told FoxNews.com.


    On Tuesday morning, the school district sent out a district-wide “media advisory” in which it declared its support of Levin. It described the teacher as a “leader of an anti-tea party organization” and called the controversy surrounding him a matter of free speech that should not be discussed with members of the press.

    “What this teacher does in his private time is his private personal business. So when he’s not in school, that’s his personal time and there’s just not a lot we can do. This is an issue of free speech,” Wheeler told FoxNews.com on Tuesday.


    The school district superintendent and several school board members deferred all questions to Wheeler.

    FOXNews.com - Oregon Teacher Panel Probes Educator Determined to 'Demolish' Tea Party

    "The people never give up their liberties, but under some delusion." - Edmund Burke

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