Daily Kos attacks tea party column

Kyle-Anne Shiver
There really are two Americas, you know.  Liberals, who make up only 20% of the Country, live in a delusional world where they believe they represent the majority.  Merely because academia, establishment media and the Democratic Party are the bastions where 60s radicals made their home and now control the visuals, liberals are quite content in their propaganda bubbles.  And it seems quite apparent that they really do believe they are the center of the universe and that the elections in 2006 and 2008 prove beyond doubt that the whole Country believes the malarkey they do.

The
Daily KOS, today, responded to my column Thursday on the Tea Party movement.  Here are a couple of choice gems:

"The national Tea Party movement is little more than the micro-minority of Ron Paul/John Birch Society enthusiasts, bolstered by opportunistic talk radio hosts and Republican operatives/politicians into something approaching a minority.

That's not how they view themselves, of course -- as representatives of a majority of "We the People", modern American patriots, the only real liberty- and freedom-lovers, etc." [....]

"An excellent example of their delusions is
this column in the American Thinker by D-list columnist/blogger Kyle-Anne Shiver of Birmingham, AL, which I was alerted to by the local teabaggers.

The column, headlined "Tea Parties: Misunderstood and vastly underrated", tells of her experiences at Tea Party Express events in Birmingham and Atlanta (she caught a ride on a TPE bus) Monday.  

Delusional details, below."


The author then goes on the take personal jabs at the South, God and every person daring to show his face at a Tea Party. The obsessive repeated use of the vulgarism "teabagger" reveals a fearful mind, desperate to insult an opponent rather than reason.

Liberals truly seem utterly unaware that the other America, the one far larger than their own (conservatives outnumber liberals in polling by 2 to 1) goes on day in and day out just beyond their bubbles.  Nuclear families with a mom and dad, raising scores of normal children, who dress nicely, have good manners, participate in all variety of sports and make good grades in school.  Liberals seem unaware of the vast majority of American homes, where God is actually still reverenced.  They seem unaware that in most American homes, the family says grace and goes to church on Sunday or Synagogue on Saturday.  They seem completely oblivious to the fact that most Americans actually still provide for themselves and do not want the charity of a mindless, merciless state.

It's terribly sad if one stops to think about it.  And all I can really feel is that but for the grace of God, there in miserable liberal land, we might also be.
There really are two Americas, you know.  Liberals, who make up only 20% of the Country, live in a delusional world where they believe they represent the majority.  Merely because academia, establishment media and the Democratic Party are the bastions where 60s radicals made their home and now control the visuals, liberals are quite content in their propaganda bubbles.  And it seems quite apparent that they really do believe they are the center of the universe and that the elections in 2006 and 2008 prove beyond doubt that the whole Country believes the malarkey they do.

The
Daily KOS, today, responded to my column Thursday on the Tea Party movement.  Here are a couple of choice gems:

"The national Tea Party movement is little more than the micro-minority of Ron Paul/John Birch Society enthusiasts, bolstered by opportunistic talk radio hosts and Republican operatives/politicians into something approaching a minority.

That's not how they view themselves, of course -- as representatives of a majority of "We the People", modern American patriots, the only real liberty- and freedom-lovers, etc." [....]

"An excellent example of their delusions is
this column in the American Thinker by D-list columnist/blogger Kyle-Anne Shiver of Birmingham, AL, which I was alerted to by the local teabaggers.

The column, headlined "Tea Parties: Misunderstood and vastly underrated", tells of her experiences at Tea Party Express events in Birmingham and Atlanta (she caught a ride on a TPE bus) Monday.  

Delusional details, below."


The author then goes on the take personal jabs at the South, God and every person daring to show his face at a Tea Party. The obsessive repeated use of the vulgarism "teabagger" reveals a fearful mind, desperate to insult an opponent rather than reason.

Liberals truly seem utterly unaware that the other America, the one far larger than their own (conservatives outnumber liberals in polling by 2 to 1) goes on day in and day out just beyond their bubbles.  Nuclear families with a mom and dad, raising scores of normal children, who dress nicely, have good manners, participate in all variety of sports and make good grades in school.  Liberals seem unaware of the vast majority of American homes, where God is actually still reverenced.  They seem unaware that in most American homes, the family says grace and goes to church on Sunday or Synagogue on Saturday.  They seem completely oblivious to the fact that most Americans actually still provide for themselves and do not want the charity of a mindless, merciless state.

It's terribly sad if one stops to think about it.  And all I can really feel is that but for the grace of God, there in miserable liberal land, we might also be.