October 16, 2010
It is apparent that the media shills for Obama and his democratic gang are getting orders from the top to attack the Tea Party Movement by any means necessary to gain a footing in the coming midterm elections.
One instance of this agenda by left-leaning media comes from an article on the Huffington Post on Oct. 15, 2010 where the article titled "Crashing the Tea Party Joyride" derides the movement for their ideals of "Fiscal responsibility! Constitutionally limited government!(and) Free markets!". Oh my God, what horrible ideals! (if you're a fan of Obama anyway.) Although the article does not state the source for the Tea Party beliefs of these ideals, they are the same ideals of the Tea Party Patriots listed on their website.
The article goes on to paint the idea that the Tea Party movement is somehow a drifting bunch of fanatical revolutionary rebels without a cause saying:
The Tea Party is taking a joyride through the world of American ideals. Along the way, it has grabbed the best revolutionary symbols, the cinematic frustration of the masses, and an irreproachable sounding plan (Fiscal responsibility! Constitutionally limited government! Free markets! Yay!)...
Judging from the demographics, the Tea Party is the last act of the cynical Boomers, hence, a vision of government that doesn't go beyond shouting and a soundtrack. Their story has no characters or plot. It ends with the Winnebago driving off the cliff. How romantic and awesome! And then what?According to the Tea Party Patriot organization's own site however, they are certainly focused and have a determined goal:
Our PhilosophyTea Party Patriots as an organization believes in the Fiscal Responsibility, Constitutionally Limited Government, and Free Markets. Tea Party Patriots, Inc. is a non-partisan grassroots organization of individuals united by our core values derived from the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution of the United States of America and the Bill Of Rights as explained in the Federalist Papers. We recognize and support the strength of grassroots organization powered by activism and civic responsibility at a local level. We hold that the United States is a republic conceived by its architects as a nation whose people were granted "unalienable rights" by our Creator. Chiefly among these are the rights to "life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness." The Tea Party Patriots stand with our founders, as heirs to the republic, to claim our rights and duties which preserve their legacy and our own. We hold, as did the founders, that there exists an inherent benefit to our country when private property and prosperity are secured by natural law and the rights of the individual.
And despite the fact that men like Congressman Ron Paul (R-Texas) has consistantly shown a very clear picture of what the GOP should consist of, -True Fiscal responsibility, starting with an audit of the "Non Federal -No Reserves" Marxist Central Bank. He has consistantly denounced the idea of invading countries with out a congressional declaration of war, and has consistantly talked of cutting unnecessary spending within our over-bloated government.( I am reminded of the election debate of 2008 where Ron defends his platform excellently against the media, Democrats and the Rinos):
Ron Paul has also been against all of the robbery under the guise of bailouts that have passed, and has been consistantly backed by the Tea Party Movement (which is really nothing more than the average American who is fed up with the games in Washington -Period!)
I only Chose Ron Paul because of his consistancy and integrity, and not because I look at him as the leader of the Tea Party group. The fact is, there is no particular leader in the movement. Every person in the movement has come along because of their own sense of leadership within themselves.
And yet, the left seems to be terrified of the possible changes which may come, if the Tea Party movement takes hold in the House and Senate this coming November.
But the Huffington article goes on to say incorrectly:
Their problem is that they actually prefer Bill O'Reilly to the Bill of Rights.That is a laugh if I've ever heard one! Most of the Tea Party element that I've talked to are of the opinion that Bill O'reilly is just another shill for the Neoconservatives, and are as critical of his "no spin" nonsense as left-wing media opponents!
The article goes on to incorrectly tie the Tea Party Movement to the Establishment Neo conservatives like Newt Gingrich and Carl Rove - both of which push or have pushed globalism and elitism! The Tea Party element understands this and has been critical of both of these men as well!
The Agenda behind this gross- misrepresentation of an article is to tie the Tea Party movement to the very group of Neocons that the Tea Party Movement is uprooting and routing out of the ranks!
The article then turns to the democratic side accusing the left of not supporting their commander in chief enough, and calls for a more concerted effort stating at the end of the article
The Tea Party wants a knife fight and we've been showing up with chop sticks. This has to change.The only correction I would put to the last statement is that the Tea Party movement has not shown up a knife to fight its battle, but with the Constitution!
The Huffington Post also has chosen to attack Christine O Donnell in another article titled Christine O'Donnell Stumped When Asked To Name A Recent Supreme Court Decision She Disagrees With (VIDEO) . The article is just another vain attempt to malign a worthy opponent of their leftist agenda to keep Democratic power for their "annointed One":
In the Delaware Senate debate Wednesday night, Republican Christine O'Donnell tripped up and was unable to name a single recent Supreme Court decision she disagreed with, a moment similar to an infamous 2008 gaffe by Sarah Palin.
During the debate, O'Donnell said she opposed activist judges, citing the recent court decision ordering an immediate halt to military discharges because Don't Ask, Don't Tell. But when the moderators asked her to name a recent Supreme Court decision with which she disagreed, she was unable to name a single one:
Here is the video of the debate:
Okay, let's say she did have a moment where, right of the top of her head she could not come with an answer. Is that any worse than the "Fearless Leader of the increasingly less than free world's" stumbling moment at a townhall event?
I don't remember seeing this video on the Huffington Post.
It is apparent that in reading the "tea leaves", the future for both Democrats and Republicans may be one of "Change" - change we CAN believe in!
Watch a Video version of this article at : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DuijuxoEwik