Simply Speaking: Tea Party movement
The modern Tea Party movement is, come July 15, two and one-quarter years old.
They’ve been recognized nationwide, loved and hated, understood and misconstrued, a breath of fresh air and detested, an original of the first Boston Tea Party and, of late, copied in the perverse. Nevertheless, the modern Tea Party is needed even more than it was over two years ago.
The copycats were various and sundry movements congregating at Washington who, for the most part, contrary to the Tea people, trashed the place. Might there be a hint in this alone as to the character of the copycat groups.
Of course, those kind have been seen in the capital over the years wanting this or that, often seeking handouts, also known as wealth redistribution; a common ploy of communists and Leninists to draw people into their web of slavery.
American labor unions have gotten into the act lately, in Wisconsin for instance when that state’s new conservative governor took tough necessary moves to rescue his state from bankruptcy, however big unions’ main tactic is intimidation, violence, and a focus on self, factors the Tea Party never uses.
Then we have Middle East nations getting into the congregate, demonstrate, and overthrow business, some say encouraged, even partly financed, by big American labor unions. Strangely many Middle Eastern tactics have mimicked union intimidation and violence. Some might call this a kind of conspiracy… The US president has added his encouragement to the demonstrators in that region of the world on fire, but lent not a drop of aid due to the big fires ravaging Texas this year, even though help was requested.
Actually, no surprise there. Maybe America should re-institute FDR’s Lend-Lease Program of the 1940s and lend Obama to the Middle East…permanently, since he loves and has so many things in common with them, along with their revolutionary-overthrow (change) ways. It’d be a marriage made in Heaven…or maybe some other lower region.
And have you noticed, for instance, how the US president always throws his support to unions, peoples, and places from whence his sure support comes (much of which, incidentally, has been put in place over the last two and one-quarter years)? George W would have been crucified in Major Media had he even hinted at such blatant one-sidedness (Well, he was anyway).
But Red States can forget they’re even in the Union. Arizona, have you received even a whit of White House support, as your people and state government moved to secure your southern border? Quite the contrary from that administration. We’ve already touched on how the Lone Star State is treated.
And what about South Carolina (a Red State) receiving a two billion dollar aircraft plant infusion from private enterprise (Boeing)?
But along comes out-of-state big unions throwing a monkey wrench into the deal, after the fact, all because the Palmetto State is a Right-to-Work state.
Hello, White House, where are you? I thought you said you’re all about job creation….
I’ve got to believe at least some of the throngs of demonstrators that, of late, have converged on Washington, the gangs of union protestors, such as Wisconsin had to put up with this year, the on-fire Middle East, with its constant turmoil-in-the-streets, also this year, could very well have been at least partly organized in order to put a damper and lend confusion to the Tea Party Movement, which has scared the hell out of Liberals, the world over, but especially in America’s Leftist circles.
Tea Party supporters; keep the pressure on…and may Yahweh God bless you through Yeshua, Christ Jesus, the only Hope of the world.