Friday, April 16, 2010

Their Schemes Prove The Opposite


We’ve been mentioning for a couple days how some anti-Tea Party (“anti-anti-Big Government”?) provocateurs were planning to pose as Tea Partiers and try to make them look bad. My take was that it shows both how their negative caricature of the movement is clearly inaccurate (otherwise, why would they need to infiltrate to inject it), and that this is how desperate they’ve become. Both are good news.

Jim Geraghty at NRO has an interesting take on the Tea Party infiltrators. From this morning’s “Morning Jolt” email update (subscribe here):

So, just to clarify, the contention of these liberals is that the tea parties must be demonized and discredited because they’re full of violent, angry, often gun-toting extremists with temper-control issues, and their plan to expose this fact is to walk into the middle of a large crowd of said short fuses, who are fed up with being painted as lunatics, carrying obviously outlandish and offensive signs, and then start making racist comments. I presume these liberals think everyone around them will nod approvingly as they insist that the rally’s focus is not runaway spending and the growth of government, but the importance of exposing the president’s role as the greatest Kenyan Deep Cover Agent ever.

Okay, Poli-Cylons, go for it. I just hope you folks studied up on how to make a tourniquet out of a Gadsden flag.

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