When the people fear their government, there is tyranny; when the government fears the people, there is Liberty.
~ Thomas Jefferson
In the past week members of the media and the democrat party [yes I KNOW, they are one in the same] have called the American people "terrorists" and compared us to al Qaeda, just because we want responsible government that will stop spending our children's, grandchildren's, and even our great grandchildren's future.
Even the Vice President of the United States called us terrorists, and it was former Treasury Secretary [under George W. Bush] who compared us all to al Qaeda.
The rhetoric has been way over the top, but as we've learned, that's how democrats roll. They are a violent bunch.
Never forget that Barack Obama's best buddy, Bill Ayers, and his group, the Weather Underground, waged war on the United States, and planned to murder as many as 25 million Americans, the number they expected to resist their communistic utopian vision of America that would have emerged from the aftermath of their destruction.
Here Larry Grathwohl explains it all:
I bring this up because Ayers and his ilk have mainstreamed themselves, and their sort of thinking is quite prevalent in the democrat party. Calls for violence against anyone who disagrees with their destructive ideas are quite common.
Remember the SEIU thugs that beat up Kenneth Gladney, a black man, simply because he was selling Gadsden flags and other patriotic gear? How about the Union thugs who trashed the Wisconsin Capitol building and made death threats against Republican law makers because the Governor and legislature wanted to regain control of the budget?
In 2008, Barack Obama, trying to sound tough, pulled out a quote from the movie The Untouchables.
From the Wall Street Journal:
Mobster wisdom tells us never to bring a knife to a gun fight. But what does political wisdom say about bringing a gun to a knife fight?
That’s exactly what Barack Obama said he would do to counter Republican attacks "If they bring a knife to the fight, we bring a gun," Obama said at a Philadelphia fundraiser Friday night.
Just days before the 2010 elections, Obama, talking to Latinos, told them to "go out and punish your enemies," implying Republicans were their enemies.
Well, the Washinton Post's Jonathan Capehart takes violent Hollywood imagery as political rhetoric up quite a few notches with his latest steaming pile: Time for Obama to be feared by the Tea Party
It his disgusting piece, Capehart quotes another hate filled liberal democrat, Ruth Marcus, who compares the American people to "car jackers" and then writes:
If they try it, Obama must introduce their "carjacker" to his "Keyser Söze."
Keyser Söze being the mysterious and violent underworld mastermind from the movie The Usual Suspects.
In case you don't get where this thug Capehart is coming from, he links to Wikipedia which describes how Keyser Söze came to be. We've included a movie clip for clarification as well:
Söze’s past is unknown, but the story told by Roger "Verbal" Kint (Kevin Spacey) has Söze as a low-level drug dealer beginning his criminal career in his native Turkey. The entity that is Keyser Söze is truly born, however, when rival Hungarian smugglers invade his house while he is away, rape his wife and hold his children hostage; when Söze arrives, they kill one of the children to show him their resolve, then threaten to kill his wife and remaining children if he does not surrender his business to them.
Rather than give in to their demands, and to prevent his family from having to live with the memory of what has happened, he murders his loved ones and all but one of the Hungarians, whom he spares, knowing that the survivor would tell the mafia what has happened.
Now, if you STILL don't get what this violent thug Capehart is suggesting, he goes on to say:
If you’ve seen the brilliant movie "The Usual Suspects," you know who this diabolical character is and what he did to gain mythical status. Suffice it to say that Söze so out-crazied the crazies that he became a person not to be messed with — a symbol of fear and grudging respect.
Nice talk huh.
He goes on:
In the coming fights over the next budget, unemployment benefits and payroll tax cuts, I want Obama to show the Republican Party in general and the Tea Party in particular that he isn’t afraid to out-crazy the crazies. If that means vetoing bills, taking the fight to individual districts, shutting down the government, so be it.
Something tells me that paragraph was added more as a CYA rather than anything else. I'm sure Capehart wants you to believe he only links to the story of Keyser Söze killing absolutely everyone, only as a metaphor for "getting tough."
Sorry, I ain't buying it. This increasing violent rhetoric coming from democrats can no longer be tolerated. These thugs must be called out and dealt with. These thugs want to incite violence. They know they have already lost the debate. They have nothing else to lose.
The American people now fully understand that liberalism is a failed ideology, and they want no more of it. In fact, the American people want to scale back government considerably.
The bottom line is Capehart, thuggish bastard that he is, wants the American people to fear Barack Obama. As Thomas Jefferson said, when the people fear their government, they live under tyranny. Capehart is advocating a tyrannical government, the very antithesis of what our founders created. I suggest Capehart and his ilk move to Cuba, Venezuela, or Iran, they will find the exact sort of tyranny they long for.
As for me and mine, I'd rather the government fear us, and fear us greatly, because then, and only then, can there be Liberty and Freedom!