Harry Reid and Alinsky's Thirteenth Rule

Virginia State Sen. L. Louise Lucas (D-Portsmouth), as quoted in The Washington Post, claims that Gov. Mitt Romney's rise in the polls is the result of racism.  In the same newspaper, Opinion Writer Harold Meyerson asks, "What happens if GOP's voter suppression works?" These are just two of the most recent examples of liberals taking the truth and flipping it upside down.  Consider: Only a liberal can see disagreement with a Marxist president as racist and a program to discourage voter fraud as inappropriate vote suppression. I sometimes wonder if they really believe their own, ah, let's call it rhetoric.  Importantly, however, these absurd allegations should not surprise us.  Indeed, Saul Alinsky advised his followers in Rules for Radicals: RULE 13: "Confound the enemy with allegations he cannot possibly disprove."  Whenever possible, turn the enemy in on himself.  Look for ways to increase insecurity, anxiety, and confusion.  (Watch how...(Read Full Article)

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