Wednesday, February 10, 2010

The Left Mobilizes Frenzied Money Flood In Attacks On Tea Party Patriots

The Left Mobilizes Frenzied Money Flood In Attacks On Tea Party Patriots

The left is in a frenzy of attacks from every angle, some expected, some not so expected. What's expected though is that these attacks will continue as long as the liberal ("progressive" = liberal) money train is cut by fiscal conservatives, and their power base eroded by grass roots people wanting to take our country back.


Predictably, The View trots out a person whose famous name is too much for that person to handle gracefully. In this case, Meghan McCain, daughter of John McCain, who appeared on The View, decries the Tea Party movement and its core values:

""It's innate racism, and I think it's why young people are turned off by this movement," McCain said. "And I'm sorry -- revolutions start with young people, not with 65-year-old people"

Meghan is right about one thing: she is indeed sorry.

Racist? She's 'Ageist' - intolerant of other people based on supposed age! Where is the liberal tolerance? The bleeding heart for the 'oppressed'? Meghan McCain wouldn't know a revolution from a poke on the shoulder. And she is completely ignorant of the true constituency of the Tea Party Patriots - people 30 and under are joining because they understand that the endless spending is cheating them of their future economic prosperity. Has she ever been to a Tea Party event? Would she even recognize one if she were there?


Do not be fooled by these tactics: This subterfuge needs to be widely exposed for the shell game it is.

" - Anti-Tea Party Web Site Part of Scheme to Funnel Funds
Feb 09, 2010 8:16 PM EST

A seemingly grassroots organization that's mounted an online campaign to counter the tea party movement is actually the front end of an elaborate scheme that funnels funds -- including sizable labor union contributions -- through the offices of a prominent Democratic party lawyer.

A Web site popped up in January dedicated to preventing the tea party's "radical" and "dangerous" ideas from "gaining legislative traction," targeting GOP candidates in Illinois for the firing squad.

"This movement is a fad," proclaims, which was established by the American Public Policy Center (APPC), a D.C.-based campaign shop that few people have ever heard of.

But a close look reveals the APPC's place in a complex network of money flowing from the mountainous coffers of the country's biggest labor unions into political slush funds for Democratic activists."

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