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CNN’s IRS Coverage Actually Compares Tea Party to Muslim Terror Groups, Plays Race Card Too!

This is CNN

By Gary P Jackson

I don’t know why this surprises me even a little bit.

In order to take some heat off the Obama regime, CNN’s Sahar Aziz, under the title Muslims to Tea Party: Welcome to Our World, writes one of the most dishonest things to come out of the liberal network in days.

Aziz tries to equate Muslim “charities” that were investigated after the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001 to Obama’s assault on law abiding Patriots who have a different political philosophy from his. He then turns it into a racist rant.

Fact is, these “charities” the IRS investigated, turned out to nothing but front groups for various terrorist organizations. The money they raised was used to fund terrorist operations world wide.

Here’s a taste of Aziz’s incredibly dishonest reporting: [emphasis mine]

But some in the Muslim community might have a question – why are conservatives so surprised (and outraged) by this news when Muslim nonprofits and their leaders have been under intense scrutiny for over a decade? And when so many Muslim groups and individuals have faced scrutiny simply for the religion they follow?

Within months after 9/11, the U.S. government shut down the three largest Muslim American charities as part of a broader scorched earth strategy that sent a chill across American Muslim communities nationwide. Their boards of directors were arrested and many were prosecuted on pretextual violations of immigration or tax laws. None of the charities had anything to do with the 9/11 attacks, al Qaeda, or the Taliban. That they were Islamic charities was all the government needed to seal their fate before a suspicious and traumatized American public.

Actually many of these “charities” investigated were indeed terrorist fronts, and shut down, not innocent scapegoats to appease “racist” Americans. There was a reason why people were arrested.

Since then, new Muslim charitable organizations have faced heightened scrutiny from the IRS, with applications for many seeking nonprofit status taking years to process. My experience representing some of these organizations, and the anecdotes I hear from other attorneys in the same boat, have turned up example after example of selective targeting.

Even when organizations are able to make progress with their applications, they find themselves asked to provide additional information to the IRS, and are left with no choice but to patiently comply. Their files are often referred to the national office for further processing and in-depth national security checks on every board member. Upon expressing surprise at the unusual length of time and scrutiny, I was informed this was standard procedure after 9/11 for Muslim charities. In stark contrast to the average six to nine months application process other groups face, some Muslim nonprofit organizations have typically waited for two or more years.

People are rightly concerned by allegations that the IRS applied its powers in a discriminatory fashion. This is not how the federal government is supposed to work. Yet while some may see the case of Muslim organizations and Tea Party affiliated groups as different, the same principles are involved – the uneven application of the law and discriminatory treatment directed at a minority. In one case the minority is targeted for its faith, while in another they are targeted for their politics.

But something I find troubling is that for the largely white, conservative, anti-government Tea Partiers and their supporters it is apparently acceptable to target legal immigrants or first generation American Muslims in the name of national security, even as any singling out based on political affiliation is treated as an outrage.

Oh yes, when all else fails, blame whitey! Standard operating procedure of the left.

Oh, and if any liberals are reading this, Tea Partiers aren’t “anti-government,” far from it, in fact. We just want to follow the Constitution, and have a smaller, more efficient government, as our founders envisioned.

The reason why Islamic groups are facing such scrutiny is simple: Terrorism. For sure, not all Muslims are terrorists, but all of these terrorists turn out to be Muslims.

Our Constitution does protects citizens, but it is NOT a suicide pact.

Still, despite the vastly different public responses, the targeting of these seemingly unrelated groups is predictable. Why? Because once selective targeting is normalized, it is only a matter of time before such practices have an impact on other minorities and eventually political dissidents.

Gee, I wonder why the IRS put special scrutiny on Muslim “charities” seeking tax exempt status? Could it be they have a long record of using funds generated to fund terror? Not according Aziz! It has to be racism, not national security interests.

On the other hand, there is not a single case of any Tea Party member committing an act of terror, or funding one. Remember, the Tea Party is the group that can have as many as a million people show up at a rally, and leave the grounds better than they found them, picking up after themselves, and leaving the area in pristine condition.

The Tea Party is made up of normal men and women of every race, color, and creed. They share in the belief that the Constitution is the law of the land, which it is, and our founders’ vision of America.

Obviously, not all Muslims are terrorists, in fact the vast majority are just people, trying to live their lives, but there is a long, storied history of Muslim “charities” being nothing but fronts for terror groups.

If Aziz had at least acknowledged the fact that some Muslim “charities” were investigated after 9/11 and found to be terror groups, it would be easier to take him seriously, but like most liberals, he lies, them when all else fails, plays the race card. How original. How tedious.

THIS is CNN!

One thing I do agree with Aziz on, is the fact that once tyrants are able to get away with tyranny, that tyranny only grows stronger. Aziz describes it as normalizing selective targeting. What he means is accepting corruption and tyranny. This tyranny comes from the top.

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Media’s Newest Nonsensical Meme: Sarah Palin is “Alarmingly Skinny”

Sarah Palin circa 2010

By Gary P Jackson

Sarah Palin is writing a fitness book, so the dishonest media had to create a narrative to go with the news. As usual, the narrative isn’t positive. Nope, it’s designed to paint Sarah as some sort of weight obsessed loon. Now I guess dealing with Hollywood “stars” and their crazy insecurities, these hack writers figured they could project their insanity onto Sarah.

We’ve seen the media try this before, so this isn’t a big shocker that they’d try it again. They’ve attempted to paint Sarah, a corruption buster, as corrupt herself [with the help of Barack Obama’s hand-picked Alaska bloggers] and that blew up in their faces. They’ve called her a liar [“death panels” was called lie of the year by the corrupt Politifact bunch] only to have Obama regime employees come and and verify what she said is true!

The media even blood libeled Sarah [and the entire Tea Party] after Congresswoman Giffords was attacked and others murdered only to find out the gunman was actually a left winger who had been stalking Giffords for years, long before anyone knew who Sarah Palin was, or the Tea Party had been formed. The media never apologized.

There are dozens of examples that you already know.

I don’t generally comment on Sarah Palin’s looks. It simply isn’t relevant to who she is, what she’s about, and why we support her. But let’s face it, Sarah Palin is an attractive woman. Forty-eight and the mother of five, Sarah can hold her own with women half her age in the looks department.

She has natural good looks, and takes excellent care of herself. She eats well and lives in an excellent, naturally unspoiled environment.

Sarah is a lifelong athlete. From chopping wood when she was a kid, to playing championship winning basketball in high school, to long distance running, [she ran a marathon faster at 45 than Paul Ryan could in his 20s] she’s always had an athlete’s build. Still, the talking points have been sent out, and the meme is: Sarah is “alarmingly skinny,” “anorexic,” “scary skinny,” and the ever popular “on a starvation diet“!

I hate the gossip rags, but my email alerts have been overflowing with these dishonest articles. Dozens of them!

I hate linking to them, but here’s a few. Us Magazine went with the headline: Skinny Sarah Palin Wears Off-the-Shoulder Shirt in Los Angeles and ran this photo:

Skinny Sarah Palin Wears Off-the-Shoulder Shirt in Los Angeles

Sarah showed off her skinny frame in a revealing off-the-shoulder cropped top and tight, dark jeans. The busy mom carried groceries in high yellow wedges and stylish shades.

She was at K-Mart, if you’re curious. She doesn’t look skinny to me! The article goes on to remind readers that Bristol said Sarah is “way hotter” than Julianne Moore [no argument here] and panned her pathetic attempt to play her mom in the DNC hit piece disguised as a movie: Game Change

Speaking of Moore, the Internet Movie Database ranks Julianne number six in a recent article entitled: Top 10 Female celebrities who are ugly no matter what Hollywood says. Ouch!

Hollywood Life went with Sarah Palin Scary Skinny: Drops 35 Pounds, Says Expert. Yeah, they went and found an “expert” to lend credence to this bullshit!

They also published this side-by-side:

A few problems with the comparison. Obviously the business attire Sarah was wearing as she gave her Vice Presidential acceptance speech doesn’t exactly show off her figure. And let’s not forget that she had just given birth to Trig, child number five, only a few months prior.

Let’s look at Sarah in a more “revealing” outfit from last year. This is from the 2011 Iowa State Fair:

Here’s she’s getting ready to appear on The Sean Hannity Show. Sean was live at the Iowa State Fair:

Don’t know the story behind this photo, be she’s definitely showing off her figure, and if Sarah has been on some sort of “scary crash diet” she’s been on it for over a year, which if true, would have killed her by now!

Other than angles and lighting, I don’t see any difference in Sarah Palin’s absolutely stunning figure, then and now.

TMZ took a different route, showing a photo of Sarah reading the National Enquirer which had a story trashing Bristol for having corrective surgery on her jaw [and running the most unflattering photos possible] as well as buying toilet paper. Buying toilet paper is huge news these days!

The Brits got in on the action as well, running one of their overblown style of articles: ‘I’m writing a fitness book!’ Sarah Palin hits back as the row grows over her shocking new skinny figure. Yeah, that’s the headline!

Controversial Sarah Palin has been forced to hit back after being caught up in a furore over her new scarily skinny figure.

Mrs Palin, 48, debuted her new look as she strolled through California’s Studio City, dressed in an outfit that appeared to have been plundered from one of her young daughter’s wardrobes.

Dressed in tight black jeans, a crop top that looked like it had been stolen off the set of Flashdance, and high wedges, the former vice presidential hopeful looked a million miles away from the campaign trail.

But the look was greeted in less than flattering terms by many – prompting Mrs Palin to claim she is, in fact, now writing a fitness book.

How exactly is Sarah Palin “controversial” anyway? And the only reason she’s being “greeted in less than flattering terms” is because the “journalists” claim it to be so. Absolutely no one, including me, would be talking about Sarah’s looks if these clowns weren’t writing this nonsense!

People that support Sarah Palin support her because of who she is and what she stands for, not her looks, and the haters, well, they just hate. Most have no earthly idea why they hate her [just ask em] they just do.

The Mail published a lot of photo “evidence” and shots the other rags left off, including this one with Sarah doing that thing she does when she’s a tad aggravated:

And this one, where she’s smiling. This actually proves our point, not theirs though!

They also ran this one that I find rather stunning. If they are trying to make Sarah look bad here, they failed miserably, even though they ran this stupid caption: It must be all that hockey: Sarah Palin shows off her skinny arms and legs, with a significantly thinner face.

Significantly thinner face” really? If this wasn’t ridiculous enough, they also run a photo of Sarah, Todd, and Willow in the audience at Dancing With The Stars looking exactly like she always does!

In case you missed it, Sarah posted a backstage photo of her, Willow, and Bristol Monday night before Bristol and Mark’s dance:

I know our readers are wondering why I am spending so much time on this, especially since I don’t generally comment on Sarah Palin’s looks. It’s the principle of the thing. The media lies when the truth will work better, and does anything and everything to discredit Conservative leaders. They especially attack Sarah Palin. They can’t win on substance, because they always end up looking stupid[er]so they attack her children and attack her looks.

This is nothing new, a couple years back, Sarah was photographed at the Belmont Stakes wearing a revealing blouse, and the word went out that she had had certain “enhancements.” This of course, was just more BS. It’s not like she hadn’t been photographed in a swim suit years before that showed a similar figure, now is it? And who can forget this cute photo of college age Sarah:

Enough said!

The media is filled with degenerate liars, and folks with an agenda that doesn’t include reporting actual news, or advancing Liberty and Freedom. In a society filled with lazy, overweight men, women, and children you’d think we’d want to learn from someone who has managed to maintain a healthy body and great figure throughout her life. Someone who is just as athletic today as she was in high school. I guess that would be too much like right wouldn’t it!

Anyhow, these attacks on Sarah piss me off. They are stupid and idiotic. But, they do show the left has run completely out of ideas. When this is all you got, you’ve lost.

Just because I like this photo, here’s Governor Palin as Commander-in-Chief with her troops. This was taken in 2008 or 2009.

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Listen Up Lefties: The Difference Between The DNC’s Bull’s-Eyes And Sarah Palin’s Surveyor’s Crosshairs

By Gary P Jackson

The radical left and their allies in the media have been working over time trying to blame the tragic mass murder in Arizona Saturday morning on Sarah Palin. The “smoking gun” they claim is the “Take Back The 20” campaign Sarah launched last year. This was an effort to defeat vulnerable democrats in congressional districts that she and John McCain won in 2008. It was a targeted effort.

Most ad campaigns for ANYTHING are targeted efforts. Doesn’t matter if you are selling Coca-Cola or Ford Mustangs, advertisers target markets, or groups. Here Sarah was targeting districts and the voters, hoping to get the voters to chose the Republican candidate over the democrat. In all but a few districts Sarah’s program was highly successful.

Now at the time, the left tried to make hay with this, and attack Sarah. Back then the lies from the left were countered with the fact those symbols on the map were not gun sights, but surveyor’s crosshairs. Talking with Tammy Bruce Saturday evening, Rebecca Mansour confirmed as much.

Of course, those on the rabid and radical left aren’t having it. Ignorance happens to be one of their greatest commodities.

With that in mind, I thought we’d take a little trip back in time, all the way back to 2004, and the presidential election. The lead photo is from an effort by the Democrat National Committee. If you notice, rather than use surveyor’s crosshairs, as the graphics in Sarah’s ad did, they use traditional bull’s-eyes. the symbols for targets and target shooting.

Of course the radical and rabid left insist that Sarah Palin was inciting violence since she used “military terms” in her ads. Big whoop. Sarah is a championship basketball player. Most people in sports use military metaphors all of the time. Every basketball player dreams of “taking the winning shot” as Sarah Palin did to win the state championship for her team.

But let’s say we sorta buy in to the left wing nonsense. The first three words in the DNC advertisement called “Targeting Strategy” are “BEHIND ENEMY LINES.” [capitalized] Those are military terms too. It’s interesting that Barack Obama also looks at anyone not on board within his agenda as enemies as well. As he stated in an interview with Univision before the 2010 elections:

If Latinos sit out the election instead of saying, ‘We’re going to punish our enemies and we’re going to reward our friends who stand with us on issues that are important to us,’ if they don’t see that kind of upsurge in voting in this election, then I think it’s going to be harder.

Such is the mentality of the left.

Now back to the issue at hand. Clearly it’s OK when the left uses “military language” and puts up actual bull’s-eye targets in their advertising, but if Sarah Palin “targets” someone she’s “inciting violence.”

The hypocrisy on the left knows no bounds.

This is what the democrats use when they target and put a bull’s-eye on their enemies:

Now let’s look at Sarah Palin’s advertisement:

Now to the sissies at the New York Times, and ignorant left wing bloggers, those symbols might look like gun sights, but they simply are not. As was explained to the radical and rabid left at the time, these are surveyor’s symbols. Now of course, presenting facts to the left is usually meaningless, as they are indoctrinated from birth, so I figured some visuals were in order.

This is a surveyor’s crosshair:

Amazingly, that looks EXACTLY like the symbol in Sarah’s ad. Hmm.

This comes from the website Survey History and a page entitled: From A Treatise on Land Surveying, by W. M. Gillespie, New York 1870.

This shameless asshattery from the left is just disgusting. They protest the use of “military terms” by anyone but themselves.

Well, as yet another grand lie blows up in their faces, and once again they are hoisted with their own petard, maybe they should give up being pathetic and degenerate liars altogether.

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Sarah Palin: Keep Your Powder Dry

Just a short and sweet message from Sarah again correcting the record from the lame Obamacentric state run media:

Keep Your Powder Dry

Today at 10:34am

As you probably have heard, the AP snagged a copy of my memoir, Going Rogue, before its Tuesday release. And as is expected, the AP and a number of subsequent media outlets are erroneously reporting the contents of the book. Keep your powder dry, read the book, and enjoy it! Lots of great stories about my family, Alaska, and the incredible honor it was to run alongside Senator John McCain.

We can’t wait to hit the road and meet so many on the book tour! See you in Michigan first…

– Sarah Palin

We all laughed last night as excerpts from Sarah’s interview with the Oprah and parts from her book, Going Rogue, An American Life, went public. The corrupt media went into overdrive with true nonsense. As Sarah herself would say, it’s time for the media to stop making things up!

John Ziegler weighed in on all of this last night. John has spent some time with Sarah interviewing her for his movie: Media Malpractice, How Obama Got Elected. He’s also been a strong defender, like many of us, when the media lies about Sarah.

Ziegler writes in Mediaite:

I have signed a nondisclosure agreement with Harper Collins regarding Sarah Palin’s new book so until it comes out I am limited to discussing only what is currently in the public domain. However, I simply must respond to the Associated Press “report” on Going Rogue.

Even grading on the “Palin Scale” of media bias, the AP’s synopsis is a joke.

Based on how the AP sees the book, you would think that the most significant disclosure is that Palin had to pay back the McCain campaign for part of her vetting because they lost, followed closely by the fact that she felt “badgered” by Katie Couric and didn’t get her way on election night.

In short, the book that the AP supposedly read sounds like it is full of self-serving whining and almost totally lacking in substance. That is not a remotely accurate evaluation of Going Rogue.

First of all, there are far more interesting and important revelations in the book (I have noticed in my own experience with my film “Media Malpractice” that one of the most insidious forms of media bias against conservative projects is to paint them as boring) that the AP has for some reason chosen to totally ignore.

Second of all, Palin’s analysis of what really happened with the now infamous (and totally misunderstood) Couric and Gibson interviews could not be LESS whiny — it is instead full of fact-filled writing that finally provides the full story of what really happened in the way that only a book can do (my documentary, which I am told Palin handed to her collaborator and said “here, this is what happened” could only provide a foundation of understanding that is magnified in much greater detail in Going Rogue).

My greatest regret (and I have many) in the course of making and promoting my documentary of the news coverage of the 2008 election is that I completely underestimated how impossible it is for a conservative (especially one as hated by the news media as Sarah Palin) to correct the historical record about media coverage because it is so easy for the very same media to portray you as whining.

I was naVve. I thought that telling the real truth of what actually happened would be seen as intrinsically valuable and eminently appropriate. Governor Palin instinctively knew different, telling me several times before during and after my interview with her that she was wary of being wrongly perceived in that way, and knew that she would have to thread a very small needle. I wish I had done a better job of combating that totally incorrect perception and perhaps that is why I am so sensitive to the subject when it appears the AP is not so subtly laying the groundwork for a resurrection of that bogus charge.

The bottom line is that the AP is either purposefully or out of their own profound unconscious bias, badly missing the most important points of Sarah Palin’s book. Considering the role the mainstream media played in creating the need for her to write this book in the first place, that should not be a big surprise.

If you are interested in this most amazing of all modern political stories, I urge you to read the book for yourself and not let those who want Palin destroyed to continue to dictate your perceptions of her. Her book may be the only way for you to know the real Sarah Palin. Don’t let the AP read it for you.

Make sure you check out Ziegler’s website here.

By the way, listening to Rush Limbaugh this morning revealed that despite what Mark Halperin at Time Magazine is peddling, that Sarah’s book is mostly bio and fluff, the book contains a strong vision for America. Rush calls it one of the best policy books he has ever read, we’ll have transcripts from this up later. Rush revealed he interviewed Sarah or the upcoming issue of his popular Limbaugh Letter.

One last piece of juicy. Matt Drudge has excerpts from Going Rogue, An American Life on his website, giving it the coveted top billing:

HER TURN!

Fri Nov 13 2009 07:27:12 ET

Going Rogue: An American Life

by Sarah Palin

Chapter Four; Section 8, pages 255-257

By the third week in September, a “Free Sarah” campaign was under way and the press at large was growing increasingly critical of the McCain camp’s decision to keep me, my family and friends back home, and my governor’s staff all bottled up. Meanwhile, the question of which news outlet would land the first interview was a big deal, as it always is with a major party candidate.

From the beginning, Nicolle [Wallace] pushed for Katie Couric and the CBS Evening News. The campaign’s general strategy involved coming out with a network anchor, someone they felt had treated John well on the trail thus far. My suggestion was that we be consistent with that strategy and start talking to outlets like FOX and the Wall Street Journal. I really didn’t have a say in which press I was going to talk to, but for some reason Nicolle seemed compelled to get me on the Katie bandwagon.

“Katie really likes you,” she said to me one day. “she’s a working mom and admires you as a working mom. She has teenage daughter like you. She just relates to you,” Nicolle said. “believe me, I know her very well. I’ve worked with her.” Nicolle had left her gig at CBS just a few months earlier to hook up with the McCain campaign. I had to trust her experience, as she had dealt with national politics more than I had. But something always struck me as peculiar about the way she recalled her days in the White House, when she was speaking on behalf of President George W. Bush. She didn’t have much to say that was positive about her former boss or the job in general. Whenever I wanted to give a shout-out to the White House’s homeland security efforts after 9/11, we were told we couldn’t do it. I didn’t know if that was Nicolle’s call.

Nicolle went on to explain that Katie really needed a career boost. “She just has such low self-esteem,” Nicolle said. She added that Katie was going through a tough time. “She just feels she can’t trust anybody.”

I was thinking, And this has to do with John McCain’s campaign how?

Nicolle said. “She wants you to like her.”

Hearing all that, I almost started to feel sorry for her. Katie had tried to make a bold move from lively morning gal to serious anchor, but the new assignment wasn’t going very well.

“You know what? We’ll schedule a segment with her,” Nicolle said. “If it doesn’t go well, if there’s no chemistry, we won’t do any others.”

Meanwhile, the media blackout continued. It got so bad that a couple of times I had a friend in Anchorage track down phone numbers for me, and then I snuck in calls to folks like Rush Limbaugh, Laura Ingraham, Sean Hannity and someone I thought was Larry Kudlow but turned out to be Neil Cavuto’s producer. I had a friend call Bill O’Reilly after I was inundated with supporters in Alaska asking why the campaign was “ignoring” his on-air requests for a McCain campaign interview. I had another friend scrambling to find Mark Levin’s number. Aboard the campaign plane I was within twenty-five feet of reporters for hours on end. Headquarters’ strategy was that I should not go to the back of the aircraft and talk to the press. At first this was subtle, but as the campaign wore on, Tracey or Tucker would call headquarters to request permission, and someone in DC would respond, “No! Absolutely not- block her if she tries to go back.”

Obviously, this confirms what we already suspected about the McCain campaign, they were some of the most inept, worthless people in modern history. No wonder they were making up stuff left and right about Sarah after it was all over trying to cover up for their own inadequacies.

All I know is I can’t wait to get my hands on a copy of the book. Only a few days left before they go on sale nationwide, and the big online retailers start shipping those record breaking pre-orders!

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Millions At D.C. 912 Project Tea Party Protest Dozens At 913 Pro Obamacare Rally….A Tale Of Two Protests.

As we all know, the Obama controlled media has went above and beyond the call of duty to downplay the 912 Project Tea Party in Washington, D.C. on Saturday. It’s been completely laughable, to say the least.

We wrote about this earlier, and supplied plenty of photos and video. But it seems the Obama controlled media has it’s orders to cover things up, and they are doing their very best not to disappoint their Dear Leader.

The media in other countries have no such slavish devotion to Obama. This from the UK Daily Mail:

All of the evidence points to numbers between 1.5 and 2 million attendees at the event. There are overhead crowd shots that clearly demonstrate the crowds were some of the largest ever seen in D.C. for a gathering of any kind.

Everyone reports that D.C. for every intent and purpose was shut down due to the incredible amount of folks who came from around the nation to protest big government, Obamacare, communism, and the general wrong path government has us on.

But one of the best pieces of evidence is provided by USA Today. They were kind enough to provide an estimator of Barack Obama’s January inauguration.

You can easily use the handy gauge USA Today has given us to judge the crowd at Obama’s big day, to gauge the crowd size at the 912 Tea party.

Moderate in the Middle has a lot of photos as well as great videos over at their website, that one simply must take a look at.

JoAnn in VA Says:

September, 14, 2009 at 3:00 am

“The photo showing very few people at the march was actually taken of the National Mall. We did not have permission from DC Parks and DC police to use the Mall. We had permission to march on 16th Street, one block north however, and had to start at 10 am instead of the scheduled 1130 beginning time because the DC police told the organizers that we had reached “Critical Mass” and had more people at the starting point than could safely be contained. At 2 pm there were still people marching down 16th Street.

Mr. Obama, can you hear us now?”

Courtesy: Moderate in the Middle

I doubt this will put an end to the misinformation the Obama controlled media will continue to spread, but at least readers of ours will have some hard evidence to show that backs our assertions up.

Now it just so happens, we have video of two protests covered by the same reporter, Sophia Elena , which give us not only a great feel for the 912 event and it’s overwhelming success, but also what a complete and utter failure the pro-Obamacare rally was they next day.

As the first video shows, the overflow crowd was lively and motivated:

This video, also from Sophia Elena Reporting, shows a rally for Obamacare that was held on Sunday.

Rather incredible. It’s obvious that all of the passion is on the side of the American people and not with Obama and his government.

Even with all of David Axelrod’s astroturfing prowess, ACORN’s ability as “community organizers” and their sister organization Service Employees International Union’s (SEIU) ability to round up paid protesters and ship them anywhere, it’s obvious that support for Obama and his tyrannical government is almost non-existent, and certainly not “fired up”, to use a favorite Obama rallying cry!

The support for Obamacare is quite obviously dead. If you notice in the video from Sunday, the Obamacare supporters were basically walking in a big circle to make things look better for the camera.

Are you listening over in Congress? Do you understand what this means?

One other note that really says something about the 912 movement. Look at these photos below. The first show the area after the 912 protest. You will notice that Patriots left the grounds rather clean and free of trash when they packed up and left.

Now these photos are of the aftermath of Obama’s inauguration. We thought democrat/communists cared about our environment. Guess we were wrong!

Speaking of ACORN, here’s a nice pallet cleanser for you. It seems ACORN showed up at the 912 protests trying to sell Gadsden Flags. (Don’t Tread On Me)

The man you see in the video taking on ACORN is Tim Jones. As he explains at the end of the video, he observed the ACORN people harassing the Patriots and trying to make a buck off the protest.

It’s funny how all of these communists denounce capitalism as evil, but have absolutely no problem participating in it!

This is great video theater though. Tim Jones has obviously read “Rules For Radicals” the “community organizer’s” rabble rousing bible! Tim uses the methods fringe hate groups like ACORN, Code Pink, and a slew of other left-wing trouble makers, have used for decades to disrupt and intimidate.

It’s a true delight to watch him use their very own methods against them!

You notice the only violence comes from the ACORN people who hit Jones more than a few times. In the end we see our intrepid ACORN crew escorted out of the area by D.C. Park Police!

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