Make no mistake about it. All that malarkey you’re hearin’ about all the hate and the violence from the anti-socialized medicine crowd and from the Congressional town halls around the country is one big pile of…well, fertilizer.
It. Just. Ain’t. So.
Sure, there are kooks on both sides. But the ones protesting the Obama Administration’s takeover of our health care system are people like you. Like me. We’re not highly paid, well dressed official organizers.
No, those would be the people that Move On announced in their email out today:
We’ve got a plan to fight back against these radical right-wingers.
We’ve hired skilled grassroots organizers who are working with
thousands of local volunteers to show Congress that ordinary Americans
continue to support President Obama’s agenda for change. And we’re
building new online tools to track events across the country and make
sure MoveOn members turn out at each one.
Rest assured, these people know how to raise a ruckus.
But the vileness from the left only begins there. Remember way back in 2005 when Jerry Kilgore went after Tim Kaine for his stance on the death penalty? Remember all the faux whinage about how Kilgore was attacking Kaine for being Catholic?
Fast forward and Tim Kaine is part-time Governor, full time DNC Chair and here’s what we find from a DNC member today:
It’s disgusting that rather than condemning this hate filled symbolism and mob activity, the highest echelons of the Republican party from Rush Limbaugh and Glenn Beck on down, are encouraging it – and that the likes of Michael Steele and Eric Cantor are fanning the flames of this is reprehensible. The repeated use of Nazi symbolism at community meetings by the Republican incited mob proves that these protests have nothing to do with health care, but rather that the Republican party is willing to sink to the lowest, most despicable levels to accomplish their goal of “breaking” President Obama.
Democratic National Committee Accuses Eric Cantor of Stoking Nazism
Eric Erickson, Red State
Let’s be clear. We’ve no love lost for Michael Steele OR Eric Cantor. But to attack a Jewish man using the horror and the images of the Holocaust, simply because he has a different opinion?
How. Vile. Can. You. Get?
Don’t answer that, ’cause I’m sure they’re gonna show us.
And by the way, you leftist failing students of history, the Nazis were the ones pushing Nationalism and socialized medicine. Read a book for cryin’ out loud.
So, let’s take a closer look into who this “Mob” really is…
Meet the Mob
You’ve heard a lot about this crazy, scary, vicious mob on some shadowy GOP payroll. By the way the DNC, Rachel Maddow, and President Obama talk, you’d think it was a motley crue of Hell’s Angels.
See the scary pictures.
Michelle Malkin: “I am the Mob”
‘You Are Terrifying Us’
Voters send a message to Washington, and get an ugly response.
Peggy Noonan, The Wall Street Journal
What the town-hall meetings represent is a feeling of rebellion, an uprising against change they do not believe in. And the Democratic response has been stunningly crude and aggressive. It has been to attack. Nancy Pelosi, the speaker of the United States House of Representatives, accused the people at the meetings of “carrying swastikas and symbols like that.” (Apparently one protester held a hand-lettered sign with a “no” slash over a swastika.) But they are not Nazis, they’re Americans. Some of them looked like they’d actually spent some time fighting Nazis.
They Think You Are Stupid: Why Resistance To Obamacare Is Growing Despite Intimidation and Slander
Hugh Hewitt, Townhall
Tens of millions of Americans don’t want to go into the post office or DMV equivalent of health care, and they will continue to say no –at various volumes– and to learn every day that Team Obama just doesn’t care what they think. The concerned citizens should sit down and shut up according to all the president’s men and women. And those men and women are taking names.
So, what can YOU do about it? Here’s a hint: