Sunday, August 07, 2011


The Tea Party is absolutely terrified of the Wisconsin state senate recalls of the GOP who went to bat for union-busting GOP Gov. Scott Walker, and they are going all out with the hate speech.

The founder of Tea Party Nation claimed liberal ideology is responsible for "a billion" deaths over the last century during a raucous rally here Saturday in support of one of the six Republican state senators facing a recall election Tuesday.

"I will tell you ladies and gentlemen, I detest and despise everything the left stands for.  How anybody can endorse and embrace an ideology that has killed a billion people in the last century is beyond me," said Tea Party Nation CEO Judson Phillips.

Phillips, who a day prior likened protesters of Gov. Scott Walker to Nazi storm troopers, urged a few hundred tea party supporters to turn out for State Sen. Alberta Darling, who is in a ferocious battle with Rep. Sandy Pasch to hold onto her suburban Milwaukee seat.

But he wasn't the only speaker to use loaded language to gin up the crowd.

Vince Schmuki, a leader of the Ozaukee Patriot tea party group compared the recall effort to a terrorist attack.

"This is ground zero," said Schmuki.  "You remember what the term ground zero means?  We have been attacked."

The defense of the union-busting record of Wisconsin Republicans?  It doesn't matter cause Nazi Liberal terrorists cause genocide!  Don't think the Tea Party guys have gotten their scorched earth tactical orders from the Koch machine and will do anything and everything to disrupt, distort, depress and disenfranchise voters on Tuesday in Wisconsin?  Pay attention, please.

They know that if they win here, they have the means and the method to take over every state in the nation with the same tactics and boilerplate ALEC legislation as in Wisconsin.  They know that all they have to do is refer to their opponents as genocidal terrorists and they win because the public will become too disgusted to even care enough to participate in the system.  2010 proved that can work.

"There's no point in fighting the Tea Party, give them what they want and let's salvage what we can" is exactly what they are playing for.  We have a chance to stop them in Wisconsin on Tuesday.