Sunday, March 7, 2010


What must be ultimately frustrating to the left is the fact that the Tea Party movement is just that. It is a movement and NOT a political party. The left has frantically searched for and in some cases tried to invent leaders of the so called 'tea party'. So far, the best they can do is bash the organizers of various tea party events. Ironic, since this is as close to community organizers as tea party activists get. That's fine with the tea party movement. The left can waste its time looking for the leaders of a leaderless movement.
Meanwhile, the movement will come to the very people who demonize it: Washington, D.C.
On Thursday, April 15th, Washington will get another look at the Tea Party movement. No doubt, Barack Hussein Obama will be out of town as he was during the last storming of D.C. This will be up close and personal. It will be surprising if these participants aren't armed with torches and pitchforks.
Remembering president Bush hung in effigy, it's surprising Barack Hussein Obama hasn't been given the same treatment. But then, that would be so raaaaacist. Actually, Harry Reid, Nancy Pelosi and Barack Hussein Obama should be hung together (in effigy) so it could be called an 'equal opportunity lynching'. Will someone get to work on that? I suspect that will be seen at a Tea Party sometime soon. It would be worth it just to make Chris Matthews' head explode.