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    The Left wants in on Tea Party action
    April 7, 2009 01:50 PM


    So, in addition to preemptive smears and sabotage efforts, the Left’s nutroots — feeling, well, left out of the spotlight after putting the Obamessiah in office — are organizing their own anti-Tea Party demonstrations.

    Liberal guru Joe Trippi and government-subsidized Bill Moyers are pushing the new initiative, titled “A New Way Forward.” http://joetrippi.com/blog/?p=2656 ( "Hey, wasn’t Obama supposed to be your New Way Forward? Way to go!" )

    The lefties have chosen April 11 to try and usurp media attention from the nationwide Tax Day Tea Party event on April 15. Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery.

    I should note: If even one of those protesters is truly sincere about opposing government bailouts of private industries and truly sincere about ending government support for crony pesudo-capitalists at Fannie/Freddie and truly sincere about letting failing banks fail, I say: Welcome to the club.

    The rest is all nutroots Kabuki theater.

    You can already guess how the national media will treat the two competing demonstrations. Tens of thousands of tax revolters = radio silence. A few dozen ACORN/ANSWER stragglers in front of any given bank = front page news.

    No matter.

    Get out there. Mobilize. Put your local and state officials and your members of Congress on notice.

    They’re your true audience. Not the MSM.

    ***

    Huffington Post calls on “citizen journalists” — left-wing disruptors — to go to the Tea Party protests and feed them news stories. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2009/0..._n_183957.html Be prepared.

    ***

    Tea Party leaders John O’Hara in Chicago and Mark Meckler in Sacramento appeared on Neil Cavuto’s show this afternoon to respond to stories of left-wing infiltration of the Tax Day Tea Party events.

    Their message: Bring it on. They are open, transparent, and joined by Democrats, independents, and fiscal responsibility advocates of all stripes. They don’t fear disruptors.

    Meckler:
    “We are demanding fiscal responsibility at every level of government. We are here to stay.”


    http://michellemalkin.com/2009/04/07...-party-action/


    Check out the full list of TDTP sponsors and supporting organizations here. http://www.zazzle.com/dontgo Get some Tax Day Tea Party gear here. http://www.zazzle.com/dontgo Track #teaparty tweeters here. http://search.twitter.com/search?q=%23teaparty

    You can watch a Tax Day Tea Party coalition broadcast here. http://www.pjtv.com/page/Tea_Party_Coalition_Show/167/




    Bob Beckel appeared on Fox News this morning to sneer at the nationwide event. He derided tax revolters in Montana, joking that “It was a good thing it wasn’t a vodka party, because I guarantee you they all had guns.” Bigoted Beltway jerk. Beckel also claimed the Tea Parties were “nothing new” and recycled the debunked Playboy website report (deleted from the site) spreading false and illogical rumors that the grass-roots movement is directed from the GOP, national tax groups, and CNBC.

    Oh, they wish. The truth is that thousands of people across the country who have never participated in local activism before have driven this phenomenon which started well before Rick Santelli’s now-famous rant. Without the legions of folks who are involved with TCOT Report, DontGoMovement, and Smart Girl Politics, this phenomenon wouldn’t exist. Untold numbers of protesters are as sick of GOP capitulation and Beltway Republican cravenness as they are of Democrat wealth redistributionism. The left-wing conspiracy theorists give Beltway GOP swamp creatures far too much credit. They couldn’t have pulled off hundreds of protests over the past month and hundreds more to come if they tried. There are individual fiscal conservatives in Washington who have carried the torch. But tax protesters have been very vocal that the Republican party establishment is in so many ways a part of the problem, not the solution. :

    This is every bit as much about Obama as it is about the GOP lemmings who voted for endless bailouts, who demonized their fiscal conservative colleagues who had their heads on straight, and who continue to sponsor and vote for massive government expansions like the $6 billion national service boondoggle.

    For the next 9 days, the left-wing blogosphere and left-wing clueless pundits will hammer away with their unreality-based Tea Party smears.

    And on the ground, the tax-subsidized and Soros-subsidized troops are going to try and wreak havoc every way they can. Many readers and fellow bloggers have seen signs that ACORN may send in ringers and saboteurs to usurp the anti-tax, anti-reckless spending, anti-bailout message.

    It’s already happened once before — at the Denver anti-porkulus rally last month, when the Media Matters/Daily Kos crowd shifted media attention away from the policy message by manufacturing fake outrage about some stunt-puller who showed up with a sign comparing Obama to Hitler that I didn’t see and asked for a picture. The local newspaper, the Rocky Mountain News, took the bait.

    The Rocky Mountain News, incidentally, no longer exists. But the Tea Party movement has flourished despite the best efforts of national media outlets to ignore it, belittle it, and debase it.

    Another tack: As Beckel signaled, leftists are going to use fear-mongering to paint mainstream taxpayers who believe in the Second Amendment, the Constitution, limited government, low taxes, and fiscal responsibility as fringe wackos. They have already exploited the Binghamton and Pittsburgh shooting sprees for political gain. They have no shame. Be prepared. Confront them with their own rank hypocrisy and unhingedness. Don’t get distracted. And don’t let your local media get away with lazily recycling their smears.

    Shockingly, a purportedly conservative website, Culture11, is disseminating yet another Tea Party smear — that the movement is racist:

    When Are White People Going To Stop Waiting For A Handout?
    By Kris Broughton


    They revolt. Secede. Take other people’s property and rename it as their own. Shoot a few folks if they get in the way. Which is how you get British colonies that become the United States of America.

    Or, in its most recent incarnation, “We Surround Them”, or these infamous “Tea Parties” that are supposed to be taking place all over the country, a small but determined fragment of America’s white population, along with their favorite token minority self hate monger, Michelle Malkin, have decided that they are tired of their values and their way of life being rejected by the government, and the rest of the public that doesn’t agree with them. They are ready to “take back the country.”

    When, oh when are these white people going to stop waiting for somebody to give them something?

    Oh well. I guess I’ll be turning on the TV in a few minutes to see yet another privileged group of white men, who insist they they and they alone are entitled to hold the opinions that count on the economy, the government, and the president.

    It’s only a matter of time before this bunch starts whining about losing its lack of influence.

    Lack of influence? Project much?

    I leave you with what Culture11’s Kris Broughton would no doubt call more expressions of “minority self hate mongering” — from Tea Party Anthem singer Lloyd Marcus. When they smear, sing louder. Get a fellow tax revolter to register to vote. Then sign up 10 more. Don’t get mad. Get active. If you sit on the sidelines, they win.


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    April 9 2009
    Chicago Tea Party Rejects Michael Steele


    Maybe this isn’t just a group of ideological “wingnuts”.

    CHICAGO TEA PARTY ORGANIZERS REJECT A SPEAKING BID FROM MICHAEL STEELE. This illustrates two things. First, the increasing haplessness of Steele, who hasn’t performed nearly as well as I’d expected. And, more significantly, the growth of the Tea Party movement as a grassroots outside-the-establishment phenomenon that has become so big that establishment figures are trying to jump onboard.

    http://washingtonindependent.com/379...michael-steele
    Interesting.

    And on the “wingnut” issue, people on the right spent 8 years getting it wrong about the exact makeup of the protest movement on the left. Now the left might be making the same mistake by dismissing this as just a bunch of angry Republicans. There are a bunch of angry Republicans to be sure, but what if the base for these protests is broader? What will the Progressive Democrats do if the rest of the body politic actually is solidifying against it?

    http://www.foundingbloggers.com/word...ichael-steele/




    The organizers could use your help:

    Diana Reimer, the organizer for Philadelphia, was notified today after requesting electricity for a PA / sound system, that this event is no longer a demonstration, but a special event and will be required to pay a total of approx. $8000.00 for various requirements and an application permit of $20.00. The rest of the money required is for an electrician, use of the location, trash collector, insurance, etc. She has already been issued a permit by the city of Philadelphia, but now she is required to pay $8000.00 for the electricity and other requirements dictated by Special Events level 2, which is based on the amount of people 1500 to 3000 by Fairmount Park Commission.

    Obviously, since we are a week away from this event, this causes a major problem. Additionally, why should the people have to pay $8000.00 to hold the event in this park when the people of Philadelphia already pay for the park and the park’s electricity with their tax dollars?

    We are asking for your help and support by contacting the city of Philadelphia, just as you did with Coral Gables and Burleson.

    City of Philadelphia Office of Managing Director
    215.686.3488
    Jazell Jones, Managing Director
    Mechelle, Administrative Assistant

    Special Events Office
    215.685.0060
    Karen Walls, Receptionist
    or Joe Calley

    If you would like to contact Diana Reimer, the Philadelphia Tea Party organizer, she can be reached via email at philataxdayteaparty@gmail.com.

    Diana and Philadelphia really need our help! Please burn up the phone lines tomorrow! Also, please send this to all of your email lists / groups and to everyone you know!

    We cannot let this happen in the birth city of the US Constitution!!!!
    If it turns out that paying the fee is the only way for the event to continue, I will be pitching in and I hope you will help, too. Stay tuned…

    Update: A reader reminded me about the Obama campaign’s unpaid bills to the city of Philadelphia for events it held in October and November 2008. The bills were for the same types of city services that the Tea Party protesters would be charged for using — electricity for sound, lighting, clean-up, etc.

    Obama stiffed the city for nearly $24,000 for at least four months. I called the city’s Managing Director Office’ events coordinator, Mechelle Sabb, who told me the Obama bill *was* finally paid.

    So…the Tea Party folks have to fork up their fee up front, but the Obama campaign can get away with playing deadbeat? There’s your brotherly love. Watch for increasingly jacked-up fees for conservative protests in order to stifle them… Did the city charge for all the anti-war protests also? What is the charge to illegal immigrants to protest in tax-payer funded streets and parks?



    http://michellemalkin.com/2009/04/09...eed-your-help/


    Today’s lesson; don’t depend on the government for anything. This reeks of a First Amendment violation! It’s called peaceable assembly, and it’s being abridged.

    This is a protest! Permits! ( "We don’t need no stinkin permits!" ) : Me thinks the city doesn’t realize they are a part of problem. Sounds like double taxation to me like Michelle mentioned. First they hit you with the taxes to maintain the park and then they hit you with a fee to enjoy it. Don’t forget to ask the city manager and the events coordinator what the proper procedures are for filing a FOIA (Freedom of Information Act) request for all the previous “Special Events” to ensure that this was not the first time this has been required.
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    Further Attempts to Discredit Tea Party Protests
    Posted by GayPatriotWest at 7:48 pm - April 11, 2009.

    As the tea party movement gains momentum, many supports of the President (and opponents of free markets) are becoming increasingly agitated, eager to smear, slander and otherwise discredit the movement.

    Through e-mail (and in the comments), readers have suggested that the anti-gay AFA’s (American Family Association) backing of some of the protests somehow discredits them. Well, International Answer, a Communist front organizations spearheaded many of the rallies protesting the Iraq War, that is, it it had greater involvement in those protests than does the AFA in the tea parties.

    So by the standards of those faulting gay people for joining in protests sponsored by an anti-gay groups, all those protesting the Iraq War were Communist sympathizers (or closet Commies themselves). I don’t recall reading about any non-Communist opponents of the Iraq War (and they probably constituted the overwhelming majority of the protesters) refusing to participate because a Communist group sponsored the rallies.

    Yeah, I’d rather the AFA not be involved any of the protests. But, they are one of many sponsoring these rallies against bigger government and higher taxes and for a less intrusive state and more personal freedom. There’s nothing on the sites for the tea parties which even remotely suggests an anti-gay agenda. I mean, what is anti-gay about protesting “against out of control government spending“?

    This is about freedom. We believe that an ever-increasing federal government means ever greater encroachments on our liberty.

    Their attempt to the discredit the movement because of some of its unsavory associations is really just a refusal to acknowledge the growing grassroots movement against the president’s spendthrift policies. What is it about these partisans that they refuse to take seriously the ideas and motivations of their ideological adversaries?

    Why can’t they recognize the sincerity of opponents of big government and the appeal of our ideas? (Heck, they even tapped into one of our ideas (that of the burdens of deficit spending) when it was a Republican President who was overspending.)

    Why would do they attempt to discredit us rather than engage us?

    I have asked similar questions before. And it seems the answer relates to the central narrative of the educated leftist–that his ideological adversaries are nothing more than hateful troglodytes eager to trample upon the rights of women, ethnic minorities and gays in their zeal to create a white Christianist (whatever that is) state.


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    The tea party is about the government being out of control.
    I really hope people put their petty disagreements aside for the greater cause.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SurferGirl View Post
    Today they showed that tea party on Fox News and commented that the other networks aren't covering them (wonder why).

    Then I heard Obama speak out about A.I.G. and sure they shouldn't hand all that out to executives after getting bailout money.

    On the other hand Obama shouldn't be partying at the white house after putting our country in debt by the trillions. If he wants guest over he should skip the high cost entertainment and serve something more appropriate for this economy.

    I scream at my TV every time that I hear Obama say he inherited this bad economy. Him and his group ACORN had a big role in creating this mess.
    Along with many other democrats.
    At the tea parties this far, tha participants have threatened news crews showed up. That could well be a reason that they are not receiving the coverahe that they think that deserve.

    What role exactly do you think that Acorn had with the financial mess?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jolie Rouge View Post
    Bias ? What bias ?

    L.A. Times refused to report 15k Fullterton anti-tax protest,
    but features A.N.S.W.E.R.’s anti-AIG/anti-war events before they happen


    This is why Old Media is dying. The Los Angeles Times today recycles press releases from left-wing A.N.S.W.E.R. announcing a protest of AIG this afternoon and an anti-war rally next weekend. The paper has no problem serving as advance publicity team for radical Left groups: http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/lano...g-protest.html



    Not a single body has shown up for these events yet. But it’s newsworthy to the LA Times.

    On the other hand, if 15,000 people turn out to lambaste tax-and-spend politicians in both parties in Fullerton, CA, it’s not news.

    It’s a “stunt.”

    What media bias? Yeah, that media bias.
    Fullerton did have a good turnout but the crowd was estimated at 8,000, not 15,000. http://www.ocregister.com/articles/c...16-others-john

    FYI, we on the left consider these type of people to be deranged:
    Woman: [Shouts] “Burn the books!” [applause]

    Man: “I don’t think you were serious about that, were you?”

    Woman: “I am too.”

    Man: “Burn all the books?!”

    Woman: “The ones in college, those, those brainwashing books.”

    Man: “[laughs] Brainwashing books?”

    Woman: “Yes.”

    Man: “Which ones are those?”

    Woman: “Like, the evolution crap, and, yeah...”
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kwdOw...layer_embedded

    We are not concerned at all about your teabaggers. It has been a source of great amusement for us.

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    When Are White People Going To Stop Waiting For A Handout?
    By Kris Broughton


    They revolt. Secede. Take other people’s property and rename it as their own. Shoot a few folks if they get in the way. Which is how you get British colonies that become the United States of America.

    Or, in its most recent incarnation, “We Surround Them”, or these infamous “Tea Parties” that are supposed to be taking place all over the country, a small but determined fragment of America’s white population, along with their favorite token minority self hate monger, Michelle Malkin, have decided that they are tired of their values and their way of life being rejected by the government, and the rest of the public that doesn’t agree with them. They are ready to “take back the country.”

    When, oh when are these white people going to stop waiting for somebody to give them something?

    Oh well. I guess I’ll be turning on the TV in a few minutes to see yet another privileged group of white men, who insist they they and they alone are entitled to hold the opinions that count on the economy, the government, and the president.

    It’s only a matter of time before this bunch starts whining about losing its lack of influence.
    I just have to say this is hogwash. Privileged white folks? I am far from being "privileged" and I support the Tea Parties. And they want to say that anyone of color that supports this movement are "hate mongers"? It couldn't possibly be the fact that we are tired of the government involving itself in every little aspect of our lives? It couldn't be the fact that the government is shredding the Constitution and violating our Rights?

    Why don't people wake up and smell the coffee? It is pure ignorance that keeps people's heads buried in the sand and believe all the lip service that is going on. Check out the facts and stop just listening to what the politicians are saying, you will find out exactly what we have lost and what we are going to lose.
    It is the Right of the People to Alter or Abolish Government

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    Well, I'm glad they don't speak for ALL the "we on the left"!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ahippiechic View Post
    Well, I'm glad they don't speak for ALL the "we on the left"!
    So am I. What a lot of people do not realize is that the Tea Parties are bipartisan events. But the far left wants to make it sound like all it is is just a bunch of disgruntled Republicans that are mad about losing the election.

    Here in Memphis, information has surfaced confirming that there will be "radicals" at our local events for the sole purpose of making the event look bad and like it is full of a bunch of zealots. Unfortunately, these type of people are what the world looks at without thinking that maybe they are just trouble makers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mikej View Post
    At the tea parties this far, tha participants have threatened news crews showed up. That could well be a reason that they are not receiving the coverahe that they think that deserve.

    What role exactly do you think that Acorn had with the financial mess?
    Actually we are encouraged to ask the media to attend the tea parties.
    There would be no reason to threaten the news crews since the purpose of the tea parties is to have our voices heard. I'm sure you were misinformed on that.

    Acorn started demanding these loans and the banks had to give out a quota of these loans. Then when the Republicans realized that Fannie and Freddie were in trouble the Democrats in congress lied. I'll look for one of the videos that Janelle posted.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_MGT_...eature=related
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    FYI, we on the left consider these type of people to be deranged:
    Woman: [Shouts] “Burn the books!” [applause]

    Man: “I don’t think you were serious about that, were you?”

    Woman: “I am too.”

    Man: “Burn all the books?!”

    Woman: “The ones in college, those, those brainwashing books.”

    Man: “[laughs] Brainwashing books?”

    Woman: “Yes.”

    Man: “Which ones are those?”

    Woman: “Like, the evolution crap, and, yeah...”
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kwdOw...layer_embedded
    FYI : we on the "Right" and "In the Middle" also consider someone like that to be deranged.

    At the tea parties this far, tha participants have threatened news crews showed up.
    I would also be interested in finding out where they recieved their direction ... like .. maybe the Huffington Post ??

    It’s already happened once before — at the Denver anti-porkulus rally last month, when the Media Matters/Daily Kos crowd shifted media attention away from the policy message by manufacturing fake outrage about some stunt-puller who showed up with a sign comparing Obama to Hitler that I didn’t see and asked for a picture. The local newspaper, the Rocky Mountain News, took the bait.



    Here’s the website of a guy running one in Pensecola: http://209.85.173.132/search?q=cache...&hl=en&ct=clnk

    Wait ’til the media gets ahold of this. It confirms every stereotype they hold about anyone on the right. The Truthers and Flat Earthers flocking around this moron are going to be front and center in every news report on the event.




    I am constantly amazed at the naiveté of liberals who seem to think the whole tea party movement is simply about going from 35% to 39% tax rates … They don’t seem to understand that the rate itself is only the tip of the proverbial iceberg …

    I do not think any American objects to paying their “fair share” of taxes … it is what is being done with that money that is the primary issue at hand … (Most will agree that the tax system is inherently “unfair” simply by its convoluted structure and ridiculous complexity through the asinine IRS tax codes …)

    People realize that the spending of our tax money by Congress is out of control … It is out of control in terms of the outrageous amounts of money being spent … It is out of control due to the fact that the people’s money is being wasted on frivolous pet projects (pork) … It is out of control because it is being spent on non-productive programs that lock people into the welfare mentality and lifestyle instead of giving them a helping hand so that they can lift themselves up into a more productive position in American society …

    Stopping these spending atrocities are a driving force behind the “tea party” movement … not just the tax rates … Stop all of these needless expenditures and you won’t need 39% tax rates …


    “What was at first plunder assumed the softer name of revenue.”

    –Thomas Paine
    As you’re probably aware, Michelle’s been a huge supporter of the “tea parties,” as has been Glenn Beck, Sean Hannity, Rush and countless others. The phenomenon is spreading, and more will be held on Tax Day — April 15 (a map of all the locations is here).

    In late February, I attended a tea party in Lansing, Michigan, and will be there again next Wednesday. While there, I spoke with several people, and, while everybody attended for the same “big picture” reason, many had their own reason to be there.

    For some it was wildly excessive and confusing tax laws.

    Others were there out of concern for their children and grandchildren.

    Some were there because they’re maddened that the same glorious policies that have made Detroit look like Bangladesh after a garbage haulers strike are being introduced on a national level, a few were upset because the same people who created these massive problems are charged with fixing them, others don’t want their country sold out to some global entity, and one man I saw had a sign that said “‘Government job’ is a contradiction in terms.”

    Many were there for the reason of “all of the above.”

    For me, these tea parties are about putting an end to waste. Not the waste of money (though obviously that’s a major concern), but rather the tragic waste of American ingenuity, innovation, creativity and philanthropy.

    Think about the monumental efforts in both time and intellect that are wasted in order to satisfy insane government demands.

    I attend the tea parties as a way of showing that it saddens me to know that people who might have otherwise cured a horrible disease, designed grand buildings, created art and music, invented a car that runs on kumquats that people actually want to buy, expanded their businesses, explored the farthest reaches of the universe or had more time to devote to charity are now spending most of their energy trying to figure out a way to write off their lawnmowers as dependents.

    It’s a waste, and it’s an insult to those who helped build this great nation, and to those who have died defending it. That’s why I go to the tea parties. How about you?

    See you next Wednesday.

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