Monday, March 04, 2013

Project Much?

Reich: Tea Party 'Conspiracy to Undermine the Government of the United States'
Reich, who has steadfastly supported President Barack Obama's big-government, tax-and-spend agenda, wrote that the Tea Party had "infiltrated" the government at every level, and had used the budget cuts in the sequester to begin "dismantling pieces of it." He outlined the rest of his conspiracy theory at the left-wing

Imagine a plot to undermine the government of the United States, to destroy much of its capacity to do the public’s business, and to sow distrust among the population.

Imagine further that the plotters infiltrate Congress and state governments, reshape their districts to give them disproportionate influence in Washington, and use the media to spread big lies about the government.

Finally, imagine they not only paralyze the government but are on the verge of dismantling pieces of it.

Far-fetched? Perhaps. But take a look at what’s been happening in Washington and many state capitals since Tea Party fanatics gained effective control of the Republican Party, and you’d be forgiven if you see parallels.
Wow, "the Tea Party had "infiltrated" the government at every level" in, like, 5 years. In fact, and let me quote the Wikipedia article:
The Tea Party movement is not easily defined, primarily because there is not a single "Tea Party." It consists of hundreds of groups at the grassroots level, of varying size, influence and priorities. It is highly factionalized, with no clear leadership or centralized structure.
it did all Robert Reich claims "with no clear leadership or centralized structure." Now that's incredible! That's amazing considering it took communists many decades to finally get to the point of fundamentally changing our government and then claiming America has always been a socialist nation and anyone who disagrees and tries to block their fundamental change is a terrorist.

The problems is, the young people they are teaching believe them. It's going to get much worse before it gets better.

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