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Tea Partier Tries To Say Democratic Operatives Are Doing Damage To Democratic Buildings March 25, 2010

Posted by Michael in News.

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1. sandy burger - March 25, 2010

He was good up until that point.

He may be right, we’ve certainly seen plenty of cases where leftists did “false flag” BS like that, but without any evidence, it’s weak and unconvincing to undecideds. Far better would have been for him to just point out Eric Cantor’s office being shot at, for example.

Oh well. Not perfect, but still an asset for our side.

2. Lipstick - March 26, 2010

We know of at least two occasions where nooses were planted by people in order to frame the right — the college prof in New York and the minority student in San Diego.

How about the California professor who vandalized her own car to make herself look like a victim?

3. xbradtc - March 26, 2010

Just mention that one incident in Ohio involves throwing a brick or rock through a window… on the 30th floor.

4. BrewFan - March 26, 2010

He was good up until that point.

I think you would be less skeptical if you lived in or near Milwaukee where Democratic operatives aren’t bound by ethics. False flag operations are the least despicable of their activities.

5. Dave in Texas - March 26, 2010

He was good up to that point, and he was good after that point.

On that point, not so much. He basically asked the same proof from Shuster that he could not provide himself. Weakened his argument.

6. Russ from Winterset - March 26, 2010

I was disappointed that he didn’t mention the incident from Denver during the last election season. A leftist activist vandalized the local Democratic campaign office, and after days of them shreiking about Evvvvvil Rethugs oppressing them, they were eerily silent when the REAL perpatrator was arrested.

7. Dave in Texas - March 26, 2010

There’s plenty to point to, the one in 08 where they crashed a McCain site and barged in and maced staffers.

Anyway, whatever. I don’t doubt people cook bullshit up, just better when you can prove it.

8. Russ from Winterset - March 26, 2010

Dave, I think we can agree that providing specific instances of this happening would be better than a blanket condemnation. He should have said something like “Well, here are a few examples of Democrats and far-leftists vandalizing Deomcratic offices and then blaming it on Republicans.” Then list as many as the MSNBC douche will let you fit in, and also mention incidents like in Milwaukee where the leftists were convicted of slashing the tires on Republican “get out the vote” vans.

9. Retired Geezer - March 26, 2010

Just read a movie review that made me lol.
I have no idea if the movie is any good at all but here’s the funny part from the review of Hot Tub Time Machine:

After the four guys get in a hot tub … well, you can figure out what happens. Robinson gets to deliver the Snakes on a Plane-caliber title line, and when the friends notice that everyone in the ski resort is dressed strangely, that MTV is still playing videos, and Ronald Reagan is the undisputed leader of the free world, Nick turns to one fellow skier to ask one simple question that will determine whether they’ve really gone back in time: “What color is Michael Jackson?”

10. Cathy - March 26, 2010

Proof? How about the Columbia University psychology and education professor who specialized in racial issues and found herself accused of plagiarism by the university in 2007. She claimed that she, as a black woman, was systematically targeted and the issue sorta heated up. She claimed the university was guilty of ‘structural racism that pervaded the institution.’ WTF? During the investigation a noose was found hanging on her office door, which brought the accusation of racism by the drive-by and the issue made national news for weeks.

Noose investigators came up empty. The professor was fired for plagiarism the following year.

…taken from Ann Coulter’s book, “Guilty” chapter 1, where she cites Marc Santora, “Columbia Professor in Noose Case If Fired on Plagiarism Charges,” New York Times, June 24, 2008.

11. Cathy - March 26, 2010

Want more proof?

A white Catholic visiting professor at Claremont McKenna College claimed her car had been vandalized with racist and anti-Semitic graffiti, which included the phrase “Shut Up.” This gal was in the process of converting to Judaism and at that time giving a talk on intolerance. Ironic? Yeppers. When some claimed the graffiti was possibly a hoax, one student angrily told the Los Angeles Times that anyone thinking it could be a hoax was “so sick, they are in denial.” Huh? Classes were canceled and demonstrations swept the campus, and again the national lame-stream media swarmed on the story like flies on a pile of dookie. Can you guess what happened next? This gal was found to have vandalized her own car. During the investigation, several eyewitnesses identified her as the one who spray-painted her car.

… again, taken from All Coulter’s book, “Guilty” chapter 1, citing “Former Claremont Professor Who Faked Vandalism Gets Year in Jail.” Associated Press, December 14, 2004.

12. Cathy - March 26, 2010

Btw – Coulter’s “Guilty” is chock full of stories that support how this very tactic has been used by the left.

… and the moron-media eat it up and dish it out to the gullible.

13. Cathy - March 26, 2010

Kevin Jackson’s website is <a href="http://theblacksphere.blogspot.com/&quot; The Black Sphere and worth a visit now and then.

…been enjoying his humor and insight for awhile now…

14. Cathy - March 26, 2010

Lemme try again

Kevin Jackson’s website is The Black Sphere and worth a visit now and then.

…been enjoying his humor and insight for awhile now…

15. Dave in Texas - March 26, 2010

Not to pick nits (ok I will), yes, those are examples of leftists making up racial hate crimes in order to smear conservatives, which is fine, but the topic is vandalizing Democrat congressional offices.

And yes, there are dozens of documented incidents of attacks on Republican campaign and congressional offices over the past years, including arrests and convictions.

I’m just sayin, nobody held a gun to Jackson’s head and say “assert this”. If he doesn’t have an example it just weakens his argument, and frankly I’d like it if our side ripped that asshole Shuster at every opportunity. He flubbed it.

I did like the repeat on “Democrats lynching blacks” which Shuster wouldn’t touch, because that’s been documented enough.

Granted, these kinds of interviews are hot, and you have to stay on your toes. I’d be all “oh yeah, well, so what”?

But Kevin is a media guy.

My .02

16. sandy burger - March 26, 2010

and you have to stay on your toes

Well, if you’re a right-winger, at least.

17. Spurwiser Ploverbud - March 26, 2010

REMember when that littel GEORGE STEPONTOPOFUS interviewed BArack and he actually CORRECTED him when he said “My Muslim FAITH??”

18. geoff - March 26, 2010

you have to stay on your toes

You’ve got to be able to pick out the easy meat.
With your eyes closed.

19. wiserbud - March 26, 2010

And moving in silently, downwind and out of sight…….

20. Dave in Texas - March 26, 2010

You gotta keep your head on a swivel, when you find yourself in a vicious cock fight.

21. sandy burger - March 26, 2010

Cathy, you might like this article by Michelle Malkin.

22. Cathy - March 26, 2010

Not to pick nits (ok I will), yes, those are examples of leftists making up racial hate crimes in order to smear conservatives, which is fine, but the topic is vandalizing Democrat congressional offices.

Pick all yer want, Darlin’… Me cool with that.

The discussion in the interview was bigger than just Democrat congressional offices. Issues flung in this interview:

Members of the Democratic Black Caucus were greeted with derogatory racial slurs (Really? What proof? Everyone? Or just one or two from the thousands of folks who showed up?)… spat on…(Not so much…old guy mighta been spraying a tad while he was shouting though) and that mocking question: “Do you really believe that democrats would destroy their own property (in order to pin it on conservatives)?”

Offered were actual cases that support a loud and rowdy answer of ‘Hell Yes!” Doesn’t make me feel good, but it’s becoming clear that premeditated acts by hateful people, aimed at projecting their hatred of conservatives onto conservatives and blaming them with quick labels of racism, etc. can happen. It does happen. It’s a pattern taken from the Saul Alinsky playbook. And there seems to be no effort on the part of the media to consider this possibility and include this in the analysis, because the media wants a good cock-fight.

For me it’s not so much about whether it’s vandalism, assault, name-calling, or other alleged hate-crime, but that there are hateful folks out there who set others up to take the fall for their hatred and contrived acts. The targets for blame might be completely blameless of the action, and yet the blame sticks because people judge a pattern they recognize emotionally and call it a hate crime. Later when the truth & facts surface, the lame-stream media is long gone looking for another target on which to pounce. Most of the media are not ethical enough to set the record straight. They are more interested in drawing attention and fomenting a fight to increase their ratings and make more money.

Structural racism pervaded by the institution. My ass.

Thanks for the article, Sandy. It’s right on with what Coulter was saying in her book.

23. daveintexas - March 26, 2010

I meant specifically the topic where Kevin alleged something he could not prove, sorry.

Things he could prove:

1) I’ve been to lots of tea parties and no one got lynched.
2) I looked at the tapes of allegations about N-words and spitting and I didn’t see anything.

Those were good. I’m just sayin he had an opportunity to kick Shuster in the nads and he blew it by making an unsubstantiated accusation in response to Shuster’s unsubstantiated accusations. That’s not persuasive, unless you’re already persuaded.


I don’t disagree with any of your points (so this all sounds dumb), I’m just saying if you decide to go into the lion’s den, take some notes or something. Or don’t go. Whatever.

24. BrewFan - March 26, 2010

I’m just sayin he had an opportunity to kick Shuster in the nads and he blew it by making an unsubstantiated accusation in response to Shuster’s unsubstantiated accusations.

I don’t get it. Who exactly did he blow it with? Do you think if he would have had a list it would have convinced Shuster? The other twelve lefties watching that show? The fact Shuster went into full blown ‘Prove It,Prove It,Prove It’ mode indicates to me he struck a nerve. At the very least you have to admit that he planted a seed of doubt in the minds of those watching that are open minded enough to entertain the possibility of Democrat hijinks but just hadn’t connected those dots yet.

25. Cathy - March 26, 2010

Thanks Dave. Love ya. Really. I appreciate your point. Because I’m getting more involved in conservative politics along with my Tea Party stuff my effort is to be as supportive as possible of non RINO Republicans and conservatives. We have our work cut out for us and it is sometimes exhausting. The libs would like nothing more than for us to devour each other in the minutiae.

I’m trying to listen carefully to these interviews. Awhile back one of our Dallas Tea Party folks was interviewed by Chris Matthews. While Philip took his time answering the questions and was making good points and holding his own, Matthews kept pounding him with new questions and taking the discussions in different directions trying to get him to probably look stupid or without an answer. Phil held his own, but he may have more experience in this sort of frolic. This interview with Kevin smelled similar. We all know this happened to Sarah Palin too. Maybe young Kevin was invited to speak about his perspective on the Democrat Black Caucus confrontation with Tea Party folks — and then the subject was taken in this new expanded direction about the vandalizing of Democratic offices. Sheesh! Is the dude supposed to have ALL the answers.

I think he did just fine considering. He didn’t have some specifics. Too fricken’ bad.

26. Dave in Texas - March 26, 2010

Brew, not a list of examples of Republican offices trashed (although at least one would have been nice), it was his claim that it was democratic operatives doing the damage to make conservatives look bad.

Now, I believe that’s plausible. But he could no more prove it than Shuster could “prove” someone called Clyburn a n***er.

Both are lame claims if you can’t defend. I mean, why hell even say it, he was ahead on points with everything else.

In my opinion he just broke even, and I hate Shuster enough to want more. That’s all.

27. Russ from Winterset - March 27, 2010

Well, since MSNBC would have trouble with the FCC if they showed Jackson beating the crap out of Shuster and then skullfucking his prone body, I guess you’ll have to settle for what you got.

For now.

28. daveintexas - March 27, 2010

Not really.

29. Cathy - March 27, 2010

*checks blood pressure*

*up thirty points*

Dave, ya convinced me…

30. daveintexas - March 27, 2010

I was beginning to think I had somehow lost the ability to communicate thoughts with words.

Oh crap, I did. I had to use video.


Oh well. You still loves me. So I got that goin for me, which is nice.

31. Cathy - March 27, 2010

was beginning to think I had somehow lost the ability to communicate thoughts with words.

Umthinkin’ Kevin Jackson and Andrew Breitbart know how ya feel, just sayin’

I still loves ya.

32. daveintexas - March 27, 2010


can I have some pie?

33. Michael - March 27, 2010


34. daveintexas - March 27, 2010

shut up you

35. rspock - March 27, 2010

There is at least one documented (and proven) incident where a “liberal” operative defaced/destroyed a Dem’s office exactly like what the Tea Party rep indicated. Why is it illogical to assume that if it happened once, it can’t happen more than once.

36. BrewFan - March 27, 2010

What was Dave talking about?

37. Pupster - March 27, 2010


38. Dave in Texas - March 27, 2010

oh you shitheads.

39. Michael - March 27, 2010

Dave thinks he can talk my wife into making him pie anytime he shows up at my house. He thinks that Cathy cannot resist his Texas goober charm.

He is right about that.

Damn, you would think his Texas goober shtick is so lame and transparent that any chick could see through it a mile away. But noooooooooo. It works!!!

That’s why I hate Dave.

Except, when Dave visits, I get some pie also, so it’s not all bad.

40. Michael - March 27, 2010

I probably should mention that Dave bought me a shot of rare coffee-flavored tequila, so he’s an OK guy in my book.

41. Dave in Texas - March 27, 2010

You must miss me terribul.

42. Cathy - March 27, 2010

I probably should mention that Dave bought me a shot of rare coffee-flavored tequila, so he’s an OK guy in my book


*sprays Michael’s face with spittle*

43. geoff - March 28, 2010


44. lauraw - March 28, 2010

That probably actually was Patron coffee tequila.

Patron had just come out with this fancy shmancy coffee tequila.

I’ll pick us up a bottle for the Summer party if you remind me.

45. Dave in Texas - March 28, 2010

I pity da foo dat tries to mess with me.


46. lauraw - March 28, 2010

I think that’s why we all looked at each other with this quizzical expression, like, “…was that…coffee? Was that Kahlua?” I don’t remember it tasting sweet, specifically.

Kahlua is rather sweet and syrupy and obvious. If it was Kahlua I think we would have known it for sure.

47. daveintexas - March 28, 2010

Michael would have been licking the inside of the shot glass.

Ok, bad example.

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