Some cheese to go with that whine?


Leftists get it backwards, as usual

Loud mouths: “The conservative voices of America, they are holding you down. They don’t believe in your freedom. They want the concentration of wealth. They’ve shipped your job overseas. … They suppress your vote. … They talk about the Constitution, but they don’t want to live by it. They talk about our forefathers, but they want discrimination.” –radio talk-show host Ed Schultz at Saturday’s “One Nation” rally in DC

A smattering of leftists descended on the National Mall over the weekend to make sure everyone knows they hate the Tea Party. And while they were at it, they trashed the place. See for yourself.

Conservative cross-examination: “Good Morning America on Sunday recapped the liberal One Nation rally held on the nation’s capital, Saturday, but skipped any mention of the socialist and Communist themed signs seen during the march. These are some of the signs that were featured during reporter Tahman Bradley’s segment: ‘Peace, justice, equality, hope, change,’ ‘Fair trade, not free trade,’ ‘Educate every child,’ ‘Full and fair employment’ and ‘Silence GOP lies.’ However, signs with the Communist Party USA logo, posters reading ‘Capitalism is failing, socialism is the alternative’ and ‘Build a socialist alternative’ were not.” –Media Research Center’s Brent Baker

Psychology: “I think [the Tea Party is] more about believing in this preposterous fantasy that white people are some kind of oppressed minority in the age of Obama.” –MSNBC’s Lawrence O’Donnell

“This morning, is the Tea Party losing traction? Our new poll says the answer may be yes…. [I]t seems like the more exposure the Tea Party is getting, the less popular it’s becoming.” –ABC’s George Stephanopoulos

“It sounds like we’re listening to the Cro-Magnon political party sometimes. They don’t believe in evolution, they believe guns should be used against congressmen and congresswomen if you don’t like the way they voted and we should reconsider the best thing Congress has done in 100 years — civil rights. So what do you make of your political party and the candidates that the Tea Partiers have shoved forward?” –MSNBC’s Chris Matthews

Useful Idiot: “I looked through [Obama’s] statement, and, you know, when he says things like ‘Jesus died for my sins. I’m saved by God’s salvation’ — that’s about as definitive as you can get. At this point, if jackasses out there question his faith, they’re just haters.” –MSNBC’s token “conservative,” Joe Scarborough


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2 Responses to “Some cheese to go with that whine?”

  1. Patrick Sperry Says:

    Related, same source:

    More hating the Tea Party: “Perhaps the greatest threat of all is the undermining of our Constitution, at the vanguard of this insidious attack is the Tea Party.” –actor Harry Belafonte getting it backwards

    Predictions: “If the Democrats can make this a choice, not a referendum, they can win. If it’s a referendum on anger, apathy, laced with amnesia, they’re going to have a problem.” –Bill Clinton

    “Maybe after the election is over — I don’t think the Democrats are going to have a very good success in a couple of weeks — but after that’s over, he’ll still be president for two years, and I think he’ll have a much more forceful presentation now than he’s got, you know, a clearer picture of what the situation will be, and I believe he’ll be successful.” –Jimmy Carter on BO

    Um, what? “It’s an old charge in politics that somebody flip-flops. It’s a little unusual to have somebody flip-flop and then flap-flip. Seriously. You know what I’m talking about.” –Al Gore

    “Organizers of Saturday’s ‘One Nation Working Together’ rally at the Lincoln Memorial are proud of their diversity. Before the event, they predicted it would be the ‘most diverse march in history.’ It turned out they were right. Looking around the rally, there were Teamsters Local 311, Service Employees International Union Local 1199, Communications Workers of America Local 2336, American Federation of Teachers Local 1, United Auto Workers Amalgamated Local 171, Transport Workers Union Local 100, and representatives of many, many other unions. That’s a lot of diversity.” –columnist Rich Lowry


  2. mainenowandthen Says:

    The Tea Party really terrifies the Libs, eh? Now why should that be?


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