- The Washington Times - Tuesday, March 30, 2010


After passing their partisan health care law, many Democrats had the sheer audacity to accuse Tea Party protesters of slandering them with verbal and physical threats, yet not a bit of audio or video evidence corroborates their allegations. Why not - because there isn’t any? Many Tea Party protesters showed their displeasure with Congress, but they were civil and well-behaved. On the contrary, this is just another page out of Saul Alinsky’s “Rules for Radicals,” in which liberals pre-emptively try to damage lawful and justifiable anger over their actions by discrediting Tea Party opposition.

If you want to find real libel and slander, though, you need look no further than the House of Representatives, where, on March 22, Rep. Maxine Waters, California Democrat, went on national TV and called the protesters “tea baggers.” Where is the liberal media outrage over her inflammatory and defamatory remarks? People need to understand the Democrats for what they are: liberal ideologues who will stop at nothing to implement their radical agenda and socialize America. I hope all Americans join together to take the country back in November and with a civility the Democrats will never show.


U.S. Marine Corps (retired)

Fredericksburg, Va.

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