This made me grin bigger than a Cheshire Cat. Ron Paul Mob Zombies have combined the quaint notion of reliving the Boston Tea Party with rhetoric better suited for a Jihadist terrorism site. Apparently the Anarchist’s Cookbook is required reading for this bunch who daydream for real revolutionary upheaval and lace their rhetoric with the tools of war and terror to bolster their cause to get their messiah hoisted to the top spot.
I had to laugh out loud as this bunch romanticizes itself as revolutionistas in the mantle of our Founders. They think that by lacing their campaign with terroristic threatening and using keywords like “bombs”, they will attract more supporters and media attention. What they may end up with is lots of attention from Law Enforcement and national security people.
More than half of Ron Paul’s zombie mob simply support his anti-war Isolationism views and do not speak of the other issues they do not support him on (like demolishing the welfare state). There’s a faction within that mob that should raise the eyebrows, as the Anarchists and neo-Nazis at Stormfront gravitate to the Libertarian candidate running in GOP clothing for the apparent sole desire to get an actual bloodletting revolution started.
Considering the threats I, myself have received from this bunch – it’s not too much of a stretch to understand why those who want violence and blooshed are drawn like flies to the Ron Paul campaign, considering the incendiary rhetoric this bunch spews.
Ron Paul’s campaign is hardly the kind of stalwart resistance to the Intolerable Acts of King George III, having more in common with The Mad Hatter’s Tea party in Wonderland than the one the Colonists in Boston had over two centuries ago.
But they are good for a laugh – or a cry, or wonder why they riddle non-interventionism is not Isolationism when Isolationism is non-Interventionsim. Aw hell, it’s easier to figure out why a raven is like a writing desk with that bunch.
Have some more tea as this political campaign is definitely beyond the Looking Glass.
Like shouting “Fire!” in a crowded theater, or saying “Bomb!” on an airplane, incendiary keywords amplify media attention to history-making Ron Paul fund raising event.
Pssst! Let’s talk about bomb-making!
Here’s the plan: The mother of all money bombs is preparing to go off on December 16th, the anniversary of the Boston Tea Party! Hurry, it’s not too late to get on board with this history-making, explosive event! Conspire with all the other revolutionaries! Sign up today at TeaParty07.com! Spread the word! Let’s blow this campaign wide open!
Don’t let history leave you behind! Let’s mine this opportunity for all it’s worth, and nuke all the other candidates! We’ll have a blast watching the campaign go ballistic! Let’s end the confusion about who’s the leading Republican candidate, and give the media some fireworks to enjoy!
Don’t miss your chance to participate in a scene like this one, many years from now….
“Grandpaw, what was the Boston Tea Party of ’07 like, really, huh? Please tell us again, Grandpaw!”
“By cracky, great-grandchildren, I was there when the Ron Paul money bomb was dropped! Why, I helped build it! I told all my brothers and sisters, all my neighbors, the people at church, everyone at the office! The Ron Paul Blimp was flying overhead, bands were playing, why in fact, it was that very day that I got up the courage to ask Grandmaw to marry me!”
“Did you ever meet Dr. Paul? What about Paul Revere? Was Sam Adams there? Did you watch them all on TV?”… and so on and so forth….
If you want to have such fond remembrances in days to come, get out and do your part, every day for the rest of this week, in preparation for the upcoming Tea Party! 🙂
Of course, right about now, the anti-terrorism task force computers at the NSA, CIA, FBI, and elsewhere are probably going into overdrive trying to make sense of all the inflammatory keywords in this column! I’ll probably be getting a visit from Homeland Security in short order! Now won’t THAT make a story for the grandkids! 🙂
Copyright (c) 2007 by Dann McCreary (aka creator)