Saturday, April 07, 2012

Lefties To Bring 'Arab Spring' To US

This should be good. What could go wrong with a plan put together by Obama pal Van Jones who wants to destroy our Republic and replace it with a socialist utopia?

Van Jones group plans American’s “Arab Spring” revolt

Once ready, the group and dozens of others, notably and labor unions, will launch the “99 Percent Spring” offensive against government and financial centers.

“We're at a crossroads as a country. In recent years, millions have lost their jobs, homes have been foreclosed, and an unconscionable number of children live in poverty. We have to stand up to the people who caused of all this and confront the rampant greed and deliberate manipulation of our democracy and our economy by a tiny minority in the 1%,” said Caroline Murray, of Rebuild the Dream Innovation Fund, in the organizing email.

Oh yeah, they want more Dodd-Frank Act, more economic wrecking balls like Barney's Fannie/Freddie stopping any form of NINJA restrictions and so many other Greek-like socialist programs. They want larger ponzi schemes like SS. They want more government handouts. They want their noses wiped, fannies soothed and everything for free. They want socialism.

Will the American people accept an "Arab Spring" here? We shall see, won't we.

Liberal Lynch Mob Beyond The Pale

Insty nails it. The entire racist chorus that leaped to sing their hustled hate should be ashamed. But they won't, they'll just smile that smile of the smug know-it-all.

Plus this: “The questions are only just beginning on Editgate. The release of the news of the firing just before the holiday weekend smacks of a cover-up; more than that, we know that the edit itself was not restricted to the Today show. Brian Williams and the brass at NBC News must provide answers. They are responsible for editorial output, not an unnamed producer. And they must be held responsible for an irresponsible and dangerous edit apparently deliberately designed to twist the Trayvon Martin/George Zimmerman story along racial lines.”

I remember when people who exploited racial tensions for political gain, and inspired crowds to lynch-mob levels of fury, were considered beyond the pale of civilized society. Personally, I think they still are.