Progressives Attack the Tea Party Movement

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All hands on deck!

I wondered what was up when I saw a video of James Carville at the recent Tea Party Convention, and now Big Government has a lead on the reason:  the coming progressive counter- attack on the Tea Party movement:

Big Government has learned of at least one other conference call/meeting around this time. A meeting of former Clintonistas and senior Democrat political operatives to coordinate a push-back to the burgeoning tea party movement. Consider it a Democrat party relief effort.

No one is laughing anymore at the Tea Party movement–the democrats already face significant losses this year and

massive losses in state house races could jeopardize redistricting next year and set back the progressive agenda for at least a decade.

James Carville is heading up the effort.

This does not make me happy in the least, especially on the heels of Obama’s National Security Advisor telling Congress that the Executive Branch had the right to murder Americans it deemed a threat…and not a peep from Congress.

Progressives vs. Constitutionalists

The problem for both democrats and republicans is that the Tea Party movement is constitutionally-based.  As such, it forms a huge threat to the big government proponents of both parties, and the progressive-liberal democrats especially:

The tea party movement could evolve into a new political realignment, one founded on a belief in limited government and less government interference in the economy. The Progressive agenda, which has been painstakingly built up over the last three decades, could be left in tatters.

Symbol of Fascism

So in addition to watching out for the false patriots, the rinos, dinos, and obots, we must watch for the vicious left progressive attack on the Tea Party.  And the tactics we are familiar with:

They plan to identify 7-8 national figures active in the tea party movement and engage in deep opposition research on them. If possible, they will identify one or two they can perhaps ‘turn’, either with money or threats, to create a mole in the movement. The others will be subjected to a full-on smear campaign.

The way to foil this attack is to first be aware that it is happening, and do not be surprised at the viciousness.  Beware of the moles–who will show themselves as false patriots seeking to divide, control, and agitate.

But perhaps the best way to foil this attack is to stay decentralized–everyone is a leader, and no one is a leader at the same time—so they can’t pick out people to isolate.

Your thoughts?

18 Responses to “Progressives Attack the Tea Party Movement”

  1. 1 Michelle February 18, 2010 at 8:51 am

    Dear drkate-I am a registered Democrat. I was a Hillary supporter along with 18+ million fellow Americans. When the DNC decided to highjack the will of the people and use terror tactics at the convention-fully documented voter fraud in Texas-great video by GiGi Gaston “We will not be Silenced”. Why would anyone want to be aligned with a corrupt and incompetent party that the DNC is currently? I no longer trust them. They betrayed all of the people of the United States of America, not just Hillary supporters. I love the Tea Party movement and am proud to be a member. I did not change my registration in hopes of skewing their numbers, and I get the mailings (for donations-like that will ever happen again) and mark them usurper and send them back.
    “But perhaps the best way to foil this attack is to stay decentralized–everyone is a leader, and no one is a leader at the same time—so they can’t pick out people to isolate.” This is my favorite part–also I think it keeps elections local-such as Scott Brown’s win.
    I think many good people are going to come out of the Tea Party, which is happening already. I also think much of the growth in the Tea Party is us Dem’s which the DNC so capriciously threw away, we got the picture the first time around and we are never going back to the DNC-we will vote with the Tea Party/Republican Party and we will do what we can to clean up and restore our Constitution and respect for the laws of this land. Tea Party/WE THE PEOPLE I don’t see a separation-DNC is suffering from abuse of power, corruption and is too inept to run our country. They have proved it over and over this past year.

    • 2 drkate February 19, 2010 at 10:31 am

      Michelle, thank you for your comments. I was a former democrat and HRC supporter as well, and had the scales ripped off my eyes in 2008 as the plot to derail HRC was exposed, and as the democrats showed themselves NOT to be for the ‘little guy’, people of color or women.

  2. 3 Rick February 18, 2010 at 9:52 am

    As Michelle said, the Tea Party, that they have tried to ignore, can no longer be ignored and the progressives are retaliating the way they usually do. Remember, Their modus operandi is “Any means to an end.” They will lie, cheat, smear, ruin reputatations, and whatever they feel they need to do to destroy the Tea Party.

    It is important to remember: they will not give up! They may retreat while they devise evil on their opponents. They began when they infiltrated the formerly Christian Ivy League Universities turning them into liberal institutions, going from there to teach and to convert other universities, training progressive teachers who are now entrenched in many high and elementary schools.

    We must stay alert and keep our power dry.

  3. 4 d2i February 18, 2010 at 10:00 am

    I left the Party too after the RBC meeting on May 31. I too was a Hillary supporter but not anymore. Although some pundits have surmised that her goal all along was to secure the Secretary of State position b/c she knew the elite were going to back zero, I have found her lacking AND terribly disappointed in her selling out to the nutjobs that got us into this mess we’re dealing with today.

    She had choices all of which if played right were to her advantage, but she chose to go to bed with the socialists, fascists and NWO fools. She lost sight of her own personal power and the respect she labored for years to earn. Nope. She’s lost this voter.

    The only way out for her IMHO is to out 0 and prove once and for all that he is truly a usurper. She’ll never do that though b/c if she did her donors would dry up in a heartbeat. Then she’d actually have to become a true leader of the people. She certainly has the fight, the grit and the vision.

    And it’s a joke, and a sick one at that, that Carville the Carnival Clown actually has the chutpah to believe the D’s will come home. He’s on a fools errand. Many Hillary D’s did stick it out with the Party in ’08 but are jumping ship fast.

    This is why we need a voice(s) from the center to educate, advocate and build a structure where we are all equal and all voices are heard. No, we don’t need a leader b/c we in the middle don’t take to leaders well. We are a rebellious sort and simply want the laws of the land to be followed. If ya can’t do that then bye bye.

    The games and propaganda on the right and left are over, but it will be fun to watch these yahoos torture themselves in the coming months. I for one can’t wait for it. The comedy that lays before us will be entertaining at the least.

    ps – blog goes live very soon. look for an evite.

    • 5 Quantum Leap February 18, 2010 at 8:00 pm

      And it’s a joke, and a sick one at that, that Carville the Carnival Clown actually has the chutpah to believe the D’s will come home. He’s on a fools errand. 😆

      So Carville is an obot and a Tea Party Movement infiltrator now? After all that occured to steal the win from Hillary? 😕

      Well the movement comprises of Americans. Yes the Republicans want to take over as well as the ones affiliated with the obummer admin and other gubermint public figures but the real Tea Party Movement is grass roots and good luck trying to take it down. It’s only going to piss people off more. Our first 4 rules were, 1. No violence to be used at all but to gather peacefully with signs. 2. NO public leaders currently employed by the government to be allowed to speak at any Tea Party rallies.
      3. And the Tea Party Movement is to remain unaffiliated to party politics or party identity.
      4. Do Not sign anything at rallies and watch for obots and Tea Party crashers. When approached by them disengage. Might I add look out for phonies.
      It’s about the constitution.
      Let’s stick with the original rules.

      Now the Tea Party Nation is another whole other ballgame. It’s a For Profit, far right Republican organization riding the coat tails of the grass roots Tea Partiers.

    • 6 drkate February 19, 2010 at 10:32 am

      I agree d2i. With sadness, I can no longer support HRC, unless she does the right thing and expose Obama and the sham.

      But here is where I run into a problem–HRC is a progressive. So this agenda of Obama’s seems to be ok with her. I can never support her again.

  4. 7 d2i February 18, 2010 at 10:14 am

    This is sooooo funny…

  5. 9 no-nonsence-nancy February 18, 2010 at 1:33 pm

    I, too, was a Hillary supporter and still am registered dem at least until after our primary in PA. I don’t know that this atack on the tea party movemet should be blamed on the Clintons, especially. Carville is a BO guy now. This reaks of Obama.
    I think the tea party movement may be the beginning of the end of the party system in this country.George Washinton warned us against the party system. We need to have candidates run for office on their own merits and policies and We The People choose who we want to vote for accordingly. We need statesmen and stateswomen in our government and not politicians. There should be a limit on terms. If you have a congress without parties then you will have no patisanship. Maybe congress would be able to get along better and work together without fighting so much. They ahould be in office to benifit the country and not for their own power. Both parties have let us down big time.

    • 10 drkate February 19, 2010 at 10:37 am

      This is where I have to look beyond my affection for the Clintons to see them as part of the progressive plot to ruin America, and change her forever.

      I think this is an ‘unexpected’ source of trouble for the Tea Party movement, because its Clinton. They are playing on our affections for him and HRC.

      When you divorce the personal and see the issue, these ‘popular democrats’ seem to be very good at lying about their true intent. So I have to put aside my affection here, and apply the critical eye. When I do that, I can no longer support the democrats. If there is a democratic candidate who happens also to be forcefully working for the Constitution, then I will consider that person. Right now dinos and rinos are not cutting it for me at all.

      • 11 Katie February 19, 2010 at 12:53 pm

        This is precisely why I have so much respect for you, Dr. Kate. Too many people think the Clintons are above it all and not part of the socialist slide in America. Hillary herself says she’s a modern day progressive, Bill pushed the Community Reinvestment Act just to name a few.

        I wish more people would read your comment and let it sink in.

        I know I came to the same conclusion on republicans I supported in the past. Most of them are forcing the slide as well…they just do it a little slower and in smaller bite-size pieces.

  6. 12 terminu February 18, 2010 at 5:27 pm

    The 14th Amendment defines citizenship this way: “All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the State wherein they reside.” But even this does not get specific enough. As usual, the Constitution provides the framework for the law, but it is the law that fills in the gaps.
    Title 8 of the U.S. Code fills in those gaps. Section 1401 defines the following as people who are “citizens of the United States at birth:”
    Jus soli only OR No jus soli but one or two parents US citizens OR Indians (plus some found orphans).
    There is no mention of race, religion or ethnicity, nor any mention of “natural born citizen”, because this is not part of the laws defining a statutory US citizen.

    There is no complete required provision in USC1401Section8, which is guided by the 14th amendment, that both parents be US Citizens AND that a child must be born on US soil. None. This is the only omitted permutation, every other one is covered by the USCode1401S8.

    Natural Born Citizen is not IN the Constitution (14th amendment) nor in its subsequent laws. The only humanly possible permutation omitted from the 14th/1401 is for Natural Born Citizen (jus soli AND jus sanguinis both parents).

    In Article II, “natural born citizen” is distinguished from “citizen” by use of the legal word “OR”. Minor v. Happersett has a majority holding that “natural born citizen” is not defined by the 14th amendment. “Natural born citizen” is nowhere in the Constitution save for the requirement for president.

    So race has nothing to do with the topic of being a natural born citizen. Lt. Col. Allen West is a natural born citizen, and a far better human being than the usurper could ever hope to be in a thousand lifespans.

  7. 13 Quantum Leap February 19, 2010 at 12:31 am

    Heck even Bill Clinton knows the self-proclaimed mutt is not a natural born citizen. The mutt himself admitted it publicly on many occasions. Case closed. Now what?

    See what soros is up to and why we are in the financial conditon we are in while they pad their wealthy pockets. The ancient bastard soros owns One West Bank. He has no morals and is bound for hell.
    May God Intervene Now! 😆

  8. 15 tiger 7 February 19, 2010 at 2:33 pm

    I agree that the Clintons knew about the eligibility status of Obama from the beginning—It was even said once during HRC’s campaign that she had something that would blow BHO out of the race. It never came to pass. I think the whole nation has grossly underestimated just how evil and insideous this group that has hijacked the DNC really is.
    Look at the appointees, the Executive orders, the czars and the people who aren’t here anymore—what more do we need to see what we’re up against. The Constitution will win!!

  9. 16 CDR Kerchner February 19, 2010 at 7:21 pm

    Dr. Kate: You may have listened to and read these before but I post this here as part of the evidence that I believe both political parties betrayed the Constitution in the 2008 presidential election.

    Keep up the good work with your blog and writings.

    CDR Kerchner

  10. 17 ladydawnelle February 19, 2010 at 8:37 pm

    Whaddddup DOC Tap Tap!!

    Tis I

    Love your place. I’ll spend more time tomorrow reading up. Glad to find a place to visit and catch up! Awesome! {{hugs at cha}}

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