Wednesday, April 25, 2012

The Creepy Left's Civil War And Our Big Opportunity

For the last couple of months, many of the pointy-headed talking heads who inhabit The Fox Neocon Channel (FNC), PMSNBC, and the Communist Newspeak Network (CNN) have been babbling about the in-fighting on the Right. Many have wondered if the GOP Establishment's Golden Boy Mitt Trotsky has been damaged by the flat out rejection of him by the GOP's Conservative base. (As of this writing, it is unknown if the Bellvue staff has allowed Tokyo Rove to have shoe laces yet.) Night after night, we've had nothing but on air hand-wringing from the likes of Ann Coulter and the rest of the GOP-E's apologists who claim that the normal and healthy debate of the Primary process would somehow derail the quest to send Chairman Obama to the lecture circuit four years ahead of schedule.

The funny part about all of this is the fact that these so-called Wizards of Smart have missed the other ideological civil war that may very well sink the Dog-Eater In Chief. The Creepy Left has its own morale problems, as the Anarchist Left and the Professional Left are now pointing their Hammers and Sickles at each other.

From the commie dirt bags at Adbusters:

(Emphasis added where appropriate, smart alecky comments are in brackets.)

"Occupy will come out swinging May 1 with a General Strike in 115 cities … A month of visceral nonviolent actions will follow. We will flex our tactical muscles, dream of a new world order and #playjazz like never before.

From Slavoj Žižek [the actual founder of the ""Occupy (bowel) movement] in today’s Guardian:
'The protesters should beware not only of enemies, but also of false friends who pretend to support them, but are already working hard to dilute the protest. In the same way we get coffee without caffeine, beer without alcohol, ice-cream without fat, they will try to make the protests into a harmless moralistic gesture.'
The clicktivists at MoveOn are channeling Occupy’s intensity into legal, symbolic rallies that bolster Democratic Party campaign promises. Check out the 80 organizations backing MoveOn’s 99% Spring: most of them are the same old lefty cabal that’s ruled over and stifled the political left for the last 20 years. But there are also some flowers among the vegetables … and we should try to get them back. Folks like the Ruckus Society or the Rainforest Action Network … groups whose bold civil disobedience inspired us all in the past. We still remember how the tactical brilliance of John Sellers, a former Ruckus Society leader, was so feared that he was preemptively arrested, charged with 14 misdemeanors, including “possession of an instrument of crime” – his cell phone – ha ha! – and held on $1 million bail during the Republican National Convention protests in 2000.

Hey jammers, let’s get some of these wild flowers back … Head over to the 99% Spring and look through the list of affiliated organizations. Decide for yourself which groups you respect then call them for a chat or send them an email or a tweet. Ruckus Society is at 510-931-6339,, @Ruckusociety; Rainforest Action Network at 415-398-4404,, @RAN… Let’s nudge our friends back into the Occupy camp in time for the May Day General Strike."


"99% Spring" ? What the hell is that ?

(Emphasis added where appropriate, smart alecky comments are in brackets.)


"DATE: February 15, 2012
TO: America
RE: The 99% Spring

Things should never have reached this point. [Yeah, War Criminal Obama never should have been elected.]

Every day, the American Dream seems a little farther away. [Ya think ?] More of our grandparents are being thrown from their homes. [and their Medicare is being slashed by Obamacareless] Our mothers and fathers can’t retire because their pension funds tanked. Our brothers and sisters are burdened by student loan debt. For our children, budget cuts have resulted in crumbling schools, skyrocketing class sizes, and teachers being denied the supports they need to do their best. Our friends and family are being denied collective bargaining rights in their workplaces and are falling further and further behind. Our neighbors are being poisoned by pollution in our air and water. [Environmental Justice alert!]

The numbers are staggering: in recent years, millions of jobs have been destroyed, homes foreclosed, and an unconscionable number of children live in poverty. [In "recent years" Chairman Obama and his gaggle of psychos in the Democrat Party have been running the asylum.]

And worst of all: this is no accident. It is a result of rampant greed—the deliberate manipulation of our democracy and our economy by a tiny minority in the 1%, by those who amass ever more wealth and power at our expense. [Funny how they forget about the 1%ers who are lib Dims, ya know the Nazi Pelosis of the world.]

We are at a crossroads as a country. We have a choice to make. Greater wealth for a few or opportunity for many. Tax breaks for the richest or a fair shot for the rest of us. A government that can be bought by the highest bidder, [like George $oros] or a democracy that is truly of the people, by the people, and for the people.

The choice is in our hands. This spring, we will act on that choice and rise up in the tradition of our forefathers and foremothers. [There is no such word as 'foremothers'.] We will not be complicit with the suffering in our families for another year. We will prepare ourselves for sustained non-violent direct action.

From April 9-15 we will gather across America, 100,000 strong, in homes, places of worship, campuses and the streets to join together in the work of reclaiming our country. We will organize trainings to:
  1. Tell the story of our economy: how we got here, who’s responsible, what a different future could look like, and what we can do about it
  2. Learn the history of non-violent direct action, and
  3. Get into action on our own campaigns to win change.
This spring we rise! We will reshape our country with our own hands and feet, bodies and hearts. We will take non-violent action in the spirit of Martin Luther King, Jr. and Gandhi [Blah, blah, blah...] to forge a new destiny one block, one neighborhood, one city, one state at a time.

We know great change is possible. We inherit a history of everyday people standing up for their own dignity, freedom, and self-determination, shaping our direction as a country. The seamstress in Alabama who launched a bus boycott. The farmers in New England and Virginia who imagined we could be a free nation. The workers in Flint, Michigan who occupied their plant to win collective bargaining rights. The farmworkers in California who liberated our fields. The women in New York who dreamed they could one day speak with equal voice. The mother who stood up in Love Canal to stop the poisoning of her community. And the students who risked their lives during Freedom Summer to register voters.

In the last year alone we watched the teachers and fire fighters of Wisconsin stand for the rights of workers. And we joined those who Occupied Wall Street, inspiring us to stand with the 99%.

We will rise this spring, because we DO hold these truths to be self evident—that all men and women are created equal, that we are endowed by our Creator with certain unalienable rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness. [Yeah, like these commie schmucks believe that. They might as well say that they also attend Church every Sunday while they're at it.]

Will you rise with us? Can we count on you to join us April 9th to 15th to stand with the 99% for America?"


Hmmmm.....that's quite interesting. (Well, not really, but work with me here. It's not like I wrote the above corny crap, ya know.) A veritable who's who of the Professional Left are backing this nonsense. Here's the list:


"Letter Signers

Sarita Gupta
Jobs With Justice
Bob King
United Auto Workers
George Goehl
National Peoples Action
Ai-jen Poo
National Domestic Workers Alliance
Justin Ruben

Joy Cushman & Judith Freeman
New Organizing Institute
Liz Butler
Movement Strategy Center
John Sellers & Andrew Boyd
The Other 98%
Mary Kay Henry
Service Employees International Union

Richard Trumka

Van Jones & Natalie Foster
Rebuild the Dream

Rashad Robinson
Color of Change

John Wilhelm
Phil Radford

John Cavanagh
Institute for Policy Studies

Scott Reed
PICO National Network
Tracy Van Slyke & Ilana Berger
New Bottom Line
Lawrence Guyot
Veterans of the Mississippi Civil Rights Movement
Julian Bond
SNCC Legacy Project

Leo Gerard
United Steel Workers
John Stocks
National Education Association

Daniel Cantor
Working Families Party
Larry Cohen
Communications Workers of America
Victor Sanchez, Jr.
United States Student Association
Becky Tarbotton
Rainforest Action Network
Randi Weingarten
American Federation of Teachers
Brian Kettenring
Leadership Center for the Common Good
Randy Jackson
Saket Soni
National Guestworker Alliance
Bill McKibben & May Boeve
Sharon Lungo & Megan Swoboda
The Ruckus Society
Ian Inaba
Citizen Engagement Lab
Patrick Reinsborough & Doyle Canning
smartMeme Strategy & Training Project
Rachel LaForest
Right to the City Alliance
Brigid Flaherty
Pushback Network
Aimee Allison
Drew Hudson
Richard Hopson
Alliance of Californians for Community Empowerment
Tim Carpenter
Progressive Democrats of America
Bob Callahan
Change to Win
Michael Leon Guerrero
Grassroots Global Justice Alliance
Roger Hickey
Campaign for America's Future
David Donnelly & Nicholas Nyhart
Public Campaign Action Fund
Aaron Ostrom
Fuse Washington
Jeff Ordower
Missourians Organizing for Reform and Empowerment
Karen Scharff
Citizen Action of New York
Marianne Manilov
Bruce Klipple
United Electrical Workers Union
Pablo Alvarado
National Day Laborers Organizing Network
LeeAnn Hall
Alliance for a Just Society
Leslie Moody
The Partnership for Working Families
Teresa Cheng
United Students Against Sweatshops
Arturo Carmona
Robin McGehee & Heather Cronk
Get Equal
Gerald McEntee
American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees
Hugh Espey
Iowa Citizens for Community Improvement
Patti Lynn
Corporate Accountability International
Bob Nicklas
American Federation of Government Employees
Aparna Shah
Mobilize the Immigrant Vote
Celia Kutz
Training for Change
Chris Gabriele
People Organized for Westside Renewal (POWER)
Chris Hicks
Student Labor Action Project
Corrine Fowler
Colorado Progressive Coalition
Phaedra Ellis Lamkins
Green for All
Lillian Walker Shelton
DC Jobs with Justice
Tom Swan
Connecticut Citizen Action Group
Sarah Weintraub
Vermont Workers' Center
Judy Hertz
Midwest Academy
Sondra Youdelman
Community Voices Heard
Eric Byler
The Coffee Party
Victor Menotti
International Forum on Globalization
Joe Hansen
UFCW International Union
Sulma Arias
Sunflower Community Action
Don Carlson
Illinois People's Action
Jennifer Ritter
Lakeview Action Coalition
Kirsten Moller
Global Exchange
Bob Fulkerson
Progressive Leadership Alliance of Nevada
Rev. Bruce Wright
Poor Peooples Economic Human Rights Campaign
James P. Hoffa
International Brotherhood of the Teamsters
Elspeth Gilmore and Jessie Spector
Resource Generation
Pamela J. McMichael
Highlander Research and Education Center
Pamela Twiss
TakeAction Minnesota
Maura Cowley
Energy Action Coalition
Steve Kretzmann
Oil Change International
Will Tanzman
Southsiders Organized for Unity and Liberation
Jodie Evans
CODEPINK: Women for Peace

Steve Schnapp
United for a Fair Economy
Ethan Rome
Health Care for America Now
Arlene Englehardt
Pacifica Radio"


As you can see, there are some heavy hitters on that list, many of them with ties to Chairman Obama. (For example, Van Jones was our Dear Leader's "Green Jobs Czar" until he was outed by Glenn Beck and quietly fired. The traitorous Jodie Evans was a bundler for His Chairmanship during the '08 Popularity Contest.)

And yet, Adbusters seems to hate the above list almost as much they hate the so-called 1%. The biting sarcasm in the first quote shows it.

Here's the point, folks: The Left is in disarray, and from the looks of it, getting desperate. The bizarre alliance of malcontents, enviro-whackos, union thugs, race baiters, and bourgeoisie socialists seems to be breaking down. They know that gig is up and that the American people have had enough of them. Most folks are tired of being called racists by snarling pseudo-intellectual Marxist college professors. Most folks are tired of having their religious values being questioned by anti-God Left. Most folks are tired of paying taxes while their neighbors do not. Poll after poll shows that the vast majority of Americans know that we're on the wrong track.

This is our time, fellow members of the Patriotic Right. If we play our cards right (no pun intended), we can set the Creepy Left back for decades while it destroys itself. All we have to do is stick to our principles. It's that easy. While all eyes are on the Presidential race, we can pack the Imperial Senate and the House with no-nonsense Conservatives who will have the testicular fortitude to override vetoes, ignore the press, and make the cuts that are necessary to ensure the United States doesn't enter the Third World.

Let's get 'er done!

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