Of Tea Party Terrorists and Cognitive Dissonance

With President Obama demonizing Tea Party protesters and the recent comments of New York Mayor Bloomberg speculating that the Times Square bomber was a tea party protester, it is mind boggling how the evidence continues to stack up against their arguments of Tea Party protesters being intolerant and racists.

Especially in the light of breaking news that thieves have stolen the Mojave Desert Cross that was built to honor Americans who died in World War I.  When  just less than two weeks prior the U.S. Supreme allowed that Cross to remain on the property.

I’ll bet good money that some raving liberal removed the cross because of his or her dissatisfaction with the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling.

Yet where are the news of lynchings, swastikas painted on synagogues and burnt out black churches by Tea Party Protesters?

There aren’t any because it isn’t true.

And lets not forget that Pakistani born Faisal Shahzad was captured for the failed bomb attempt in Times Square.  Who had been trained in Pakistan under the tutelage 0f Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan, a militant terrorist organization seeking to impose sharia law in Pakistan.

Yet many of our intellectual superiors continue to denigrate, defame, and demonize Tea Party protesters.

These are the same people that claim the earth is overheating and that bird-and-bat killing windmills are profitable and safe for our environment.

And we are the ones being accused of believing in myths!

That is cognitive dissonance.

2 Responses to Of Tea Party Terrorists and Cognitive Dissonance

  1. T. Shaw says:

    Thrasybulus – ancient Greek tyrant and teacher of tyrants: “Cut down the tallest stalk in any political field.”

    Liberals are vultures.

  2. Joe Hargrave says:

    Nothing frightens the corrupt criminals in the political class like the active involvement of citizens in politics.

    In their view, politics is “their” domain; our role is to show up every 2 or 4 years and cast a ballot and go home.

    Now we’re taking ownership of the political process. The tea party just unseated a Republican incumbent in the Utah primary.


    “Most of delegates, when interviewed, confirmed that they had never served as a delegate, and most had never attended the state convention or even a caucus meeting. The primary reasons cited by delegates spoken to were a concern about the increase in size of the federal government and a resulting loss of liberties.”

    The political class hears this and goes into spasms.

    And make no mistake – they are more afraid of this than they are of Al Qeda.

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