Tuesday, August 11, 2009

Have You Heard Ken Gladney's Story?

Democrat operatives are sending out thugs from the Service Employees International Union to harass and attack anyone protesting Obamacare at town hall meetings across the country. As this is going on, a veritable onslaught of TV commercials and talking heads are everywhere portraying seniors, some of whom are in wheelchairs, as racists, NAZIs and organized disrupters. As ususual, the liberals cannot sell their nonsense on the merits, so they try to attack and destroy the character of their opponents. They seem ignorant of the fact that NAZI stands for a particular brand of socialism where the same tactics were employed.

One of many such physical confrontations being conducted by the SEIU was caught on video. Don't give in.

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Have You Heard Ken Gladney's Story?

By Andrew Breitbart August 10, 2009 RealClearPolitics

The first round of protests against the Obama administration's chaotic and rapid-fire expansion of government came in the form of grass-roots "tea parties," which were predictably met with scorn by the Democrat-Media Complex (the natural coalition of the Democratic Party and the mainstream media.)

CNN's Anderson Cooper and MSNBC's Keith Olbermann and Rachel Maddow led the charge, declaring concerned Americans "tea baggers," an allusion to an absurd sexual fetish beneath describing in a family newspaper. This attack on hundreds of thousands of people practicing their constitutional right to protest speaks volumes not just about the hardened sociopolitical leanings of America's journalistic elite, but about the brazenness with which they are now wielding their unprofessionalism.

Last week on the grounds of the once-venerated White House, Senate Majority Whip Richard J. Durbin, Illinois Democrat, taking his cues from his allies in the media, referred to last week's health care town-hall protesters as "tea baggers."
How far we have fallen.

Stepping up the rhetoric from mockery to pure hatred, and absent any evidence, Mr. Olbermann has called the president's public protesters "worse than racists."

Political activist and comedian Janeane Garofalo colored them "racist rednecks who hate blacks." And at the somewhat higher end of the food chain, liberal economist Paul Krugman in the New York Times wrote last week that they were motivated by "cultural and racial fear

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, who is having a hard time these days explaining the president's Israel policy to her Jewish constituents, blatantly lied and said that the protesters were wielding "swastikas and symbols like that."

Supporters of the president understand what is going on. So do his detractors.

The mainstream media and the Democratic Party are working in concert to make sure that what happened to President Bush -- sustained organized grass-roots protests ("mobs," if you will), relentless media criticism and permanent opposition-party obstructionism -- does not happen to their guy. Complicating matters, the media's fate is directly tied to the president's. Without them, Barack Obama would still be a backbencher from Illinois.

But the mockery. The recklessness. Unsupportable libel isn't working. The tea parties and, now, the health care protests at town-hall meetings have only gotten bigger and stronger. The anti-big-government movement is pure. Its participants represent something close to what used to be considered normative in this country.

Tea Party attendees and health care town-hall protesters share the common belief that the extravagant spending of President Obama and the Democratic Party -- absent any checks and balances -- will eventually lead more people into government dependency, higher taxes and, perhaps, our country's financial ruin. These are legitimate fears felt by millions of Americans

That's why the media and the Democratic Party are scared and are throwing outrageous and hateful accusations at everyday Americans -- hoping that people stay home out of fear.

I've attended two tea parties so far. One was in Santa Ana, Calif., on April 15, where my 81-year-old father-in-law, the actor Orson Bean, joined fellow actor Gary Graham and newly naturalized American citizen Ian Mitchell, from the Scottish '70s music sensation, the Bay City Rollers.

I saw no "tea bagging." Blacks and Hispanics carried signs along with the white majority. But there was a sketchy dog dressed in a red, white and blue sweater.
Make of that what you will, Mr. Olbermann.

Last week, a black gentleman named Kenneth Gladney went to a town-hall meeting hosted by Rep. Russ Carnahan, Missouri Democrat. While passing out "Don't Tread on Me" flags, he was viciously attacked by Service Employees International Union (SEIU) members. One called him a "nigger."

These union thugs were directed by the White House to go to the protests and "punch back twice as hard." And they did.

While the attack was captured on video and is available on YouTube, Mr. Gladney's horrifying story is absent from MSNBC's 24/7 media cycle. Mr. Krugman has yet to write about it. And Mr. Cooper has yet to condemn the attack

On Sept. 12, I will be attending a tea party in Quincy, Ill., joining Instapundit professor Glenn Reynolds, Gateway Pundit's Jim Hoft, and Tucker Carlson.

With the Democratic Party in control of all branches of government and the Fourth Estate acting as the Democratic Party's protector, the tea party movement is the closest thing America has to checks and balances.

If that isn't enough to motivate you, perhaps showing your solidarity with Kenneth Gladney, a fellow patriot, is.

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At 4:51 AM, Anonymous Joe said...

There is no doubt that the Obama Administration has been endorsing a "Thug-ocracy" made up of SEIU purple shirts and members of ACORN. I have just recently brought this up to Kennedy, Kerry, Frank, and Obama in a capwiz email that I sent to them. So this is what it's all come down to; If you disagree with his Far Left agenda, you are branded a racist or a Right Wing nut, or "Birther." My question is, how can he explain his Chicago strong arm thugs beating up a black Conservative man and screaming racial epithets at him? He promised "Hope and Change" and transparency during his campaign and he hasn't delivered up on any of his promises. Meanwhile, his approval ratings are going down the toilet because he's constantly lying to the people and the people are getting wise to him. His press secretary, Robert Gibbs is looking like an imbecile just trying to explain away Obama's lies, gaffs, and deceptions. I predict that Gibbs and Obama will soon have it out and Gibbs will storm out and write a book about this big charade that is going on at the White House. It's all going to come to a head, soon. The folks are starting to object to Obama's healthcare, and Obama isn't helping matters by attacking them and trying to shift the blame on to Fox News. The people to whom Obama is attacking aren't 1960s long hared hippies protesting the Vietnam War. They are every day concerned citizens such as you and I who don't want to go down this route to Euro Socialism. For Obama to attack Fox News is the epitome of stupidity. Fox's ratings are going through the roof. The folks are tired of being lied to and left in the dark by the Liberal, in the tank for Obama, elite news media. Obama is helping Fox and he's too stupid to realize it. More people need to listen to Daniel Hannon, a member of the European Parliament and how he describes this kind of failed healthcare that Obama is trying to shove down our throats.


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