Republican Establishment Attacks Small Government Conservatives

In a three page hit piece that appeared in Politico the other day, columnist KENNETH P. VOGEL exposes the Republican party’s targeted attacks against constitutionally minded conservatives while peppering the article with mindless libtard agitprop.

I think this article does more to expose the lunacy and fear of the statist agitators than it does to discredit the tea-party movement.  Vogel makes several wild accusations, such as tying the Oath Keepers to the militia movement and comparing tea-partiers to virulent anti-communists of the 60’s. 

The statist tyrants called republicans and democrats are cowering in fear trying to figure out a way to co-opt a decentralized constitutional movement.  They will find it about as difficult to contain as the Taliban.  With no centralized leadership that they can attack, they are forced to direct their statist agitation directly at the people themselves.  A plan sure to backfire.

The decent people of America know what the US Constitution is all about.  Decades of government attempts to undermine the meaning of the Constitution in our publik school systems have failed.  The people are waking up and rightly directing their anger at the tyrants who have co-opted our government.

A few choice segments:

MSNBC host Rachel Maddow, a leading tea party antagonist, concluded on her show that “the conservative movement right now is really not afraid to let its freak flag fly. … They‘re happy to show off the ‘we want another revolutionary war,’ ‘we think the black president is arrogant,’ ‘we think the apocalypse is nice’ side of themselves.”

The move has been cast by some conservatives as a modern version of the marginalization of the far-right, anti-communist John Birch Society during the reorganization of the conservative movement spearheaded by William F. Buckley Jr. in the 1960s and 1970s.

“I don’t believe we should be giving [extremists] a platform or empowering them to do anything based off their conspiracy theories,” said Ned Ryun, president of American Majority, “because they give the left ammunition to try to define the tea party movement as crazy and fringy.”

Tyrants such as these will find themselves cranking out ever more insane agitation that accomplishes nothing other than to paint themselves as crackpots bent on the destruction of liberty and freedom.