Friday, March 9, 2012 at 07:00am 10 Comments
They are concentrating on the coasts. And they are for real, unlike their targets.
From reader Philip:
Here is another one Prof. This was in the local supermarket parking lot. San Diego is turning hard left and it might be time for me and the Mrs. to pack up and leave.
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The left is defined by hate, jealousy, petty vindictiveness, etc. Why should anyone be surprised by this?
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For policy makers, it is the epitome of intellectual laziness.
For the chattering class, it is Problem Solving 101 for petulant children.
As someone once noted:
Liberals love to strive to ban things that have absolutely no affect on them. They do it for the sake of other people, little people, that may have a potential exposure to perceived harm. They applaud their self sacrifice, their undying devotion to the betterment of mankind, by giving voice to the need to ban things the lesser beings are just not equipped to see as harmful, i.e., too stupid.
Next time you hear a liberal wanting to ban something, ask yourself this:
Does this personally affect this person?
The answer, inevitably, is no.
However, I’m too stupid to know that a group from Madison, Wisconsin banning a cross on a Montana mountain will enrich my life here in Michigan.
ATENTION: This post BANNED in Montana, Wisconsin, and Michigan as potentially detrimental to the self-esteem of residents of those states. That is all.
Henry Hawkins, Ph.D., Executive Director
People’s Council For Working Out Personal Demons By Controlling Others’ Lives
Strangely, I read this after noting on Twitter at least two new accounts with the “mission” to “destroy the Tea Party.” I blocked both as is my wont, but I take this as a good sign first and a worrying sign second. First, despite the LSM hacks’ insistence that the TEA Party is dead, it’s clearly not. They know that, thus the new “campaign” against us. The worrying part, of course, is that there is nothing Obama and his union and leftist pals would like more than all-out violence involving the TEA Party. I used to think we’d lose if we made the first violent move, but now, with all the OWS violence being totally ignored, I don’t think they’re too worried about whom gets violent first. We’re being played. Hard.
San Diego is always going to have its share of utopian Leftists. The region and state are simply a beacon for them. But there is a strong and committed resistance, especially in SoCal. Don’t let the state go without a fight, Left coast patriots. Get active. We are living Obama’s second term here.
To Philip: You’re not alone in San Diego. Parts of the county are definately blue, but there are patches of red. You may not need to move further than North County.
At some point we have to quit “moving”.
As I did, from Escondido, many years ago.
Saying NO to the Tea Party implies consent to the perpetuation of waste, fraud, and abuse and the progressive corruption it serves, which is in turn sponsored through involuntary redistribution and selective retribution schemes. I think we’ve found our problem.
Well, in the process of assigning responsibility, there is still the matter of distinguishing between cause and effect. However, there is something tangible to the authority granted civil servants by several hundred million people. Vote for Obama and like-minded!
I very much enjoy the assorted death notices for the Tea Party, especially as our rural, eastern NC chapter has watched its membership slowly tick upwards since last fall when the primary noise began in earnest.
While the percentage of people who join but never participate in events has remained the same since 2009 at about 10%, our overall numbers are up 40% since 2010. More interestingly, membership among local black folks is at almost 20%. The black community in the rural south is usually a very religious community and our members tell us they are NOT happy with the Obama admin’s attacks on religion. In talking with them, their sense of betrayal by Obama, et al, on religious issues is palpable.