Articles: Wargaming Termination of Tea Party Extremists

This is wonderful. 266 and counting in comments. I was bound to get something like this:

No one’s “Pursuit of Happiness” grants him the right to steal soda pop from the corner store, nor to publish a headline claiming “I slept with Amelia Earhart”.If Mr. “Camera Ready” is so gosh darn creative, why can’t he invent something with a great compelling interest of its own, instead of hostaging the name of a serious group of honestly committed people in order to extort readership into this “let no crisis survive unplundered” self-advertisement?He is a pornographer, a thief — Oh, that’s right, I remember now, ..he’s a lawyer.Probably graduated with his soul-mate Barack.And “American Thinker” ..sigh! puts him right at the top of its page .. :

via Articles: Wargaming Termination of Tea Party Extremists.

To this guy, as well as the gentleman on Amazon.com who thinks I foment violence and murder of blacks, I apply Alinsky Rule 13:

RULE 13: “Confound the enemy with allegations he cannot possibly disprove.”  Whenever possible, turn the enemy in on himself.  Look for ways to increase insecurity, anxiety, and confusion.  (Watch how organizations flail helplessly when blindsided by irrelevant arguments they cannot refute.)

10 thoughts on “Articles: Wargaming Termination of Tea Party Extremists

  1. Fuzzy

    What a bizarre comment. Your article at AT is excellent, and this burbling lunacy is all he can come up with? Most strange. I almost feel sorry for him. You know, almost. 😉

    1. cameronreddy Post author

      Thanks Fuzzy! I’m delighted to be acquainted with you! I will be checking your site out often!! What a great drawing (self portrait).
      I’m amazed at the bankruptcy of thought from some people. Reality has no hold on them. Once turned in a direction, nothing can dissuade. Facts. Logic. Love. Nothing.

      1. Fuzzy

        Likewise and thank you! 🙂 An artist friend drew it; she’s really very talented.

        “Bankruptcy of thought” . . . good way to put it. This comment makes so little sense and has nothing at all to do with your essay. It’s just the usual ad hominem nonsense we’ve come to expect from leftists. They seem to realize that they are losing, so they are getting nastier and stranger than usual. Also more dangerous.

        1. cameronreddy Post author

          Thanks. What baffles me is the rage underneath the words. It’s palpable. And as you wisely note, dangerous. I keep my guns nearby at all times.

          1. Fuzzy

            The rage isn’t at all baffling. Leftists are always angry, their entire existence and ideology is based on anger, outrage, and intolerance. “Revolutionary” ideologies require it, and there is little more violently revolutionary than Marx-based thought. We’re seeing it more now, I think, because they know how close they are to achieving their goals, and they also see it might slip away. Also, we are more “out there” now; not shrinking back into the shadows when they threaten, bully, or try to intimidate us. That alone confuses and angers them because it worked so well for so long.

        1. cameronreddy Post author

          That’s just wonderful! Thank you very, very much. Do let me know your thoughts as you read through it. As you might guess from my replies to posts at American Thinker, I quite enjoy engaging with readers. I keep waiting for Mark Levin to call me…

          1. cameronreddy Post author

            Hmm… that is a good suggestion! I hadn’t even thought of a discussion page! Thanks Fuzzy!

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