Tea Parties targeted by the Dems' Alinsky Attack Machine

Wow. If you think the Tea Party movement doesn't have the Left worried take a look at this!! It is hilarious in terms of projection - accusing other people of what you yourself are doing or thinking.

Of course, this is merely an example the Dems' applying Alinsky's Rules for Radicals , in this case...


"The enemy properly goaded and guided will be your major strength."

We already had an example of this in the Saturday, March 20 incident when Tea Partiers demonstrating for a redress of grievances on the health care bill outside the Capitol were slandered by members of Congress who claimed the Tea Partiers used the N-word when they did not. Nor is doing so the sensibility or attitude of the Tea Party movement.


This is all part of the Alinsky Attack Machine tactic of pretending that the Tea Party movement is racially motivated, when it has nothing to do with race. Lloyd Marcus has addressed this on American Thinker.

Tea Parties are a reaction to the Left's seizure of power through excessive spending in Washington.

It is clear that in terms of racial politics the Alinsky Attack Machine tactic is to accuse the conservative / Republican-leaning Tea Parties of the Democrats' segregationist actions in the South during Jim Crow and the civil rights' marches. The disgraced Charles Rangel is a point man here, as he pays his attack dues to get back the House Ways and Means committee chairmanship he has had to abandon for this election cycle due to his cheating on his taxes:


"I was involved in the civil rights marches in the '60s. And I have been badgered, cursed at and spat at by groups in the South and I want you to know and your viewing audience to know that the group that were in Washington fighting against the health bill and fighting against the President, looked just like and sounded just like those groups that attacked the civil rights movement in the South,"

Which is ridiculous. The Tea Parties are today's civil rights movement.


The poor Dems. Apparently "community organizing" isn't such a great idea when it is done by conservatives. To paraphrase George Patton from the film as he demolishes the Germans, "Alinsky, you magnificent bastard, we read your book!!"


Wow. If you think the Tea Party movement doesn't have the Left worried take a look at this!! It is hilarious in terms of projection - accusing other people of what you yourself are doing or thinking.

Of course, this is merely an example the Dems' applying Alinsky's Rules for Radicals , in this case...


"The enemy properly goaded and guided will be your major strength."

We already had an example of this in the Saturday, March 20 incident when Tea Partiers demonstrating for a redress of grievances on the health care bill outside the Capitol were slandered by members of Congress who claimed the Tea Partiers used the N-word when they did not. Nor is doing so the sensibility or attitude of the Tea Party movement.


This is all part of the Alinsky Attack Machine tactic of pretending that the Tea Party movement is racially motivated, when it has nothing to do with race. Lloyd Marcus has addressed this on American Thinker.

Tea Parties are a reaction to the Left's seizure of power through excessive spending in Washington.

It is clear that in terms of racial politics the Alinsky Attack Machine tactic is to accuse the conservative / Republican-leaning Tea Parties of the Democrats' segregationist actions in the South during Jim Crow and the civil rights' marches. The disgraced Charles Rangel is a point man here, as he pays his attack dues to get back the House Ways and Means committee chairmanship he has had to abandon for this election cycle due to his cheating on his taxes:


"I was involved in the civil rights marches in the '60s. And I have been badgered, cursed at and spat at by groups in the South and I want you to know and your viewing audience to know that the group that were in Washington fighting against the health bill and fighting against the President, looked just like and sounded just like those groups that attacked the civil rights movement in the South,"

Which is ridiculous. The Tea Parties are today's civil rights movement.


The poor Dems. Apparently "community organizing" isn't such a great idea when it is done by conservatives. To paraphrase George Patton from the film as he demolishes the Germans, "Alinsky, you magnificent bastard, we read your book!!"


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