(VIDEO) Former Obama Campaigner Jack Conway Caught As ‘Racist’ Tea Party Member

Former Obama Campaigner Caught Provocatuering As ‘Racist’ Tea Party Member

Rand Paul “fan” later caught marching with opponent’s supporters at rally, ousted as a “hardcore Democrat”

Steve Watson
Tuesday, Aug 10th, 2010

A man purporting to be a Rand Paul supporter was caught on film brandishing a racist sign at a rally in Kentucky this past weekend, then later spotted marching with supporters of Paul’s political opponent.

In a another blatant case of provocateuring, the man, who introduced himself as “Tyler” was spotted wearing a tin foil hat and flip flops around his neck with the word “CAP & TRADE” written on them.

While carrying an official Rand Paul campaign hand fan, he also held an anti-immigration sign that read “They take our jobs! Corrupt our children! STEAL the American Dream!”

The provocateur was caught out by an attendee at the Fancy Farm political celebration in Kentucky who claimed he saw the man speaking with supporters and campaign officials of Paul’s opponent for the Kentucky Senate, Jack Conway, shortly before making his way into the crowds.

“Obviously you’re a Conway fan because I just heard one of the Conway guys say you work for Conway.” the cameraman said as he confronted the man.

“They said you were going to say the most racist things you could so people would think that Rand stands for that.” he added

“Oh absolutely not” the man replied.

Later on, the cameraman caught up with “Tyler” as he marched with Conway supporters.

Watch the video:

The Louisville Courier Journal even used footage of the man, portraying him as a legitimate Rand Paul supporter in the following video:

Dave Weigel of Slate picked up on the video and contacted the Conway campaign for an explanation. Staffers on the Conway team denied having any knowledge of who the man was or what he was doing at the event.

However, Slate readers and real Rand Paul supporters did some digging around and have revealed that the man is Tyler Clay Collins, a Murray State University member of the Kentucky Young Democrats, who worked campaigning for Obama for two years.

Pictures taken from Collins’ facebook page, which has since been pulled, show him at an Obama rally in 2008 and posing with Jack Conway backer Crit Luallen. Collins even has Conway as a Facebook friend:

Furthermore, in a comment left on a 2008 news article about Obama’s presidential campaign, Collins declared himself “a hardcore Democrat”.

We have seen several instances of this kind of pathetic provocateuring at Tea Party events in the past, with promises of violence and racist slurs coming from Obama supporters in an effort to demonize legitimate Libertarian and Tea Party activists.

However, Tyler Collins’ effort by far represents the most monumental FAIL to date

Former Obama Campaigner Caught Provocatuering As ‘Racist’ Tea Party Member

Sarah Palin Heckled At McCain Event…She Angrily Responds… Protestor Roughed Up…(VIDEO)

Palin Heckled At McCain Rally, She Responds (VIDEO)

by Dan Nowicki
Mar. 27, 2010
The Arizona Republic

The maverick and the rogue teamed up one more time in Mesa on Saturday to rally support for Sen. John McCain’s re-election campaign and slam President Barack Obama’s landmark health-care overhaul.

When not sparring with hecklers, Sarah Palin, the former Alaska governor and best-selling “Going Rogue” author, heaped praise on McCain’s “maverick” Republican style.
Palin called her former 2008 presidential running mate “a man of honor,” “a man of faith” and “a man of the people” who isn’t afraid to “shake things up in Washington” and fight corruption and wasteful pork-barrel spending in Congress.

Unlike two years ago, when McCain lost the White House race to Obama, Palin predicted “this guy’s going to win this time.”

“One thing that hasn’t changed since the 2008 campaign, though, is the deep respect and admiration I have for Senator John McCain, a true American hero,” Palin told a full gymnasium of about 2,500 people at Dobson High School. “It’s an honor to stand beside him today and ask you, Arizonans, please, for the sake of our country and for your good state, send him back to the United States Senate.”

Few would have predicted the scene in 2008, when McCain, the Republican Party’s presidential nominee, picked the little-known Palin as his vice-presidential choice.

But now, McCain is in a spirited primary fight in his bid for a fifth Senate term and he is relying on Palin to help him convince Arizona GOP voters that he’s not too moderate. Palin is a possible Republican 2012 presidential contender.

“Isn’t she magnificent?” McCain asked after Palin introduced him. “I predict to you that Sarah Palin will be around for a long, long time.”

Palin, who stumped for McCain on Friday in Tucson, is a favorite of the “tea party” movement.

The two-day McCain-Palin offensive indicates that McCain is not willing to cede the fiscally conservative and anti-Washington tea-party voters to his challenger in the Aug. 24 primary.

J.D. Hayworth, a former six-term Republican congressman who entered the Senate race on Feb. 15, also is working to round up the tea-party vote. Hayworth has attacked McCain from the right as too liberal on issues such as illegal immigration, saying McCain is part of the problem in Congress.

“We welcome Governor Palin to Arizona and look forward to her support after the August primary,” said David Payne, Hayworth’s campaign manager.

Hecklers interrupted Palin at two points during her remarks. Their shouts were largely inaudible, but McCain campaign aides later said at least one yelled profanities and started throwing elbows.

After they refused to quiet down, both were removed from the gym to the cheers of others in the audience.

“Young man, stick around and listen to what we’re going to say,” Palin told the first heckler. “Sir, maybe you’ll learn something.”

After the second disruption, Palin took an opportunity to chastise the “lamestream media” for suggesting that she and other conservatives are encouraging violence against Democrats who supported the health-care bill.

She warned the audience not to be distracted by that “bunch of bunk.”

“If there was any fairness in the mainstream media today, perhaps they’d look at that and condemn that as a little bit of violence,” Palin said of the second scuffle in the audience.

Outside the gym, one of the ousted protesters loudly complained about his treatment and told Channel 15 (KNXV) that “I just don’t like John McCain.” Brian Rogers, a McCain spokesman, said the campaign didn’t intend to pursue any charges.

Back inside, Palin and McCain ripped “Obamacare,” the far-reaching but politically divisive health-care reform legislation passed by the Democrat-controlled Congress.

“By the way, doesn’t something tell you something’s wrong if (Cuba’s longtime leader) Fidel Castro comes out and says this is a good thing,” Palin asked. “We don’t like it. Castro likes it. What a crock.”

McCain repeatedly chanted a mantra of “Repeal and replace!” in reference to the health-care law, which he called “a monstrosity.”

Tony Tice, a Glendale Republican, said he went to the Mesa event mostly to see Palin, but “for the most part” likes McCain, too. He characterized the rally as “very uplifting.”

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STOP REID , PELOSI AND OBAMA – Help Scott Brown (R) win back Ted Kennedy’s Senate seat on Jan 19th

The Massachusetts special US senate election is Jan 19th. This is the key vote #41 that gives back the power to the Republicans and allows them to finally filibuster and block cloture. Scott’s vote could KILL the Healthcare bill if the debate drags out to Jan 20th. This is the way to STOP Harry Reid. Motivation: Imagine the looks on Obama, Reid and Pelosi’s faces when a republican wins Ted Kennedy’s senate seat!

Do not allow Coakley(D) the self professed progressive who is being funded by SEIU, IBEW,and Planned Parenthood to get into the Senate. Most people think Coakley has already won and do not even know about the special election. Once they learn about Scott and the election, they are excited to go vote for Scott Brown.

The key is for ALL OF US to make phone calls through his national phone bank and get out the word to the citizens of Massachusetts about the vote. Coakley is so overconfident she is going to win that she is on vacation and not even campaigning.

Volunteers across the country who are interested in making calls from home to citizens of Massachusetts on Scott Brown’s behalf, please contact Field Director Brad Hansen at:

brad@brownforussenate.com or call 509-595-4683

Brad will set you up with a username and password. You will receive an email with your unique user name and password, as well as a link to the website where you will log in. Once you are logged in, watch the tutorial on how to use the system and then you can start making calls.

Shock Poll– Scott Brown Within 9 Points in Massachusetts Senate Race

Jim Hoft

Republican Scott Brown is now only 9 points down in the Massachusetts Senate race.
His creative advertising on fiscal responsibility is helping to lift his campaign. In this ad Scott Brown and John F. Kennedy take turns reading from the same 1962 Kennedy speech calling for tax cuts.

The special election is Tuesday January 19.
Rasmussen released its first polling on the Massachusetts senate race to fill Teddy Kennedy’s seat. Republican Scott Brown is only down 9 points to democrat Martha Coakley who reportedly went on vacation 20 days before the election.

GOP Mass. Senate Candidate Scott Brown: Send Abdulmutallab to Gitmo

Stephanie Condon

Republican Massachusetts Senate candidate Scott Brown sharply distinguished himself from his Democratic opponent this morning, when he endorsed the use of waterboarding as an interrogation technique against suspected terrorists.

In a broadcast debate with his political adversaries, Brown, a state senator, said he disagrees with Republican Sen. John McCain’s opposition to the simulated drowning technique, the Associated Press reports.

“I believe that it’s not torture,” he said. “America does not torture. We used aggressive enhanced interrogation techniques.”

He added, “The bottom line is I will use any means possible, and encourage the president, and support him, in any means necessary, to gather any information to keep our country safe.”

CtPatriot… If we can support Scott Brown… If for any other reason than to not allow total Control to the Democrats, checks and balances… or if you like me and detest the direction our country is going in. Get involved… contact Scott Brown and help stop This Economy Killing, Total Control, Healthcare Montrosity… We owe it to our Children and Ourselves… And America… Help Scott Brown end the 60 Vote Majority…

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