(PHOTO PROOF) Pro-Obama ‘One Nation’ Socialist Rally Falls Far Short Of Glenn Becks 8/28…

One Nation Rally: Weak Display of Leftism

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by Raven Clabough
03 October 2010

In an effort to rival Glenn Beck’s 8/28 “Restoring Honor” rally, progressive and left-wing groups held the “One Nation Working Together” rally on Saturday, October 2 at the National Mall in Washington. Much to the chagrin of the organizers, however, which were comprised of 400 organizations ranging from labor unions to environmental groups, they could not muster up the crowd of up to 500,000 that Beck drew, even after union leaders forced their members to attend Saturday’s event. Low numbers were not the sole disappointment of the rally either. Despite the alleged unifying goal of the rally, the liberal organizations could not help but use the platform to promote liberalism, socialism, and progressivism.

According to the Washington Post, One Nation Working Together “was the left wing’s first large gathering designed to counter the conservative tea party phenomenon, and many speakers warned that a Republican-controlled Congress would block or roll back changes. Organizers said they also wanted to show that their supporters represent the majority of the nation.”

Restoring Honor Rally 8/28 (L) One Nation rally 10/2 (R)

Upon approaching the rally, attendees were greeted by members of the Socialist Party who handed out newspapers with the heading “Tax the Rich, End the Wars.” In fact, the groups present at the rally were seemingly disinterested in hiding their Marxist and Socialist agendas, as they proudly swayed flags bearing the word “Socialist,” “Socialist Party USA,” and “Communist Party USA,” as well as signs bearing the images of Che Grevera and even the hammer and sickle,the infamous communist emblem.

In addition to the American Socialist and Communist Parties, the event was sponsored by the NAACP, Van Jones’ Green For All, the National Council of La Raza, AFL-CIO, SEIU, George Soros’ Campus Progress, International Socialist Organization, the National Education Association, the American Federation of Teachers, Gay Lesbian and Straight Education Network, the Gray Panthers, the Institute for Policy Studies, and many more notoriously radical organizations.

The Blaze adds, “President Barack Obama’s own ‘Organizing for America; has praised the effort, calling it the ‘biggest progressive demonstration in decades.”

Beck described the list of the event’s organizers as a “who’s who of the far-left in America.”

Entrepreneurs sold books evident of their Marxist ideologies, such as The Communist Manifesto, The Road to Socialism, Bolshevism, The American Menace, and many more.

Many of the same attendees were attired in shirts that read, “Obama/Biden 2008.”

While the event boasted a variety of speakers who talked about nearly everything, from education, to human rights, to jobs.

The Washington Independent writes, “Indeed, the main focus of yesterday’s gathering was jobs, and how the government should do more to promote them. This was evidenced by the thousands of signs and t-shirts that promoted the event’s main theme — ‘Jobs, Justice, and Education’ — as well as its heavily unionized supporters.”

Unemployed legal secretary Edrie Irvine spoke at the event against the recession, claiming it was caused by “banks, greed, and deregulation.”

Articulating similar sentiments was Mary Henry, president of SEIU, who said, “Corporations are preying on our fears and using this moment to expand their profit margins. This is the first recession where corporate margins are growing while wages are going down.”

In addition to jobs, attacking the Tea Party movement appeared to be a central focus at the event as well.

Liberal host of MSNBC’s “The Ed Show”,Ed Schultz , one of the event’s master of ceremonies, took the opportunity to criticize the tea party movement and conservatives in general.

“They talk about the Constitution, but they don’t want to live by it. They talk about the forefathers, but they practice discrimination. They want to change this country.”

Cab driver James Keane, an attendee at the rally, told reporters, “We’ve stood by and watched the Tea Party people go crazy every couple of months. It’s time for Democrats to stand up and fight for what they believe in. Obama has been a great leader, but so many in the Democratic leadership have been playing the fence.”

Yet, despite the clear attempts to mirror the enthusiasm of the Tea Parties and Beck’s rally, One Nation Working Together fell short in both enthusiasm and attendance.

While some of the organizers claim they drew the same crowds as Beck’s rally, The Daily Beast asserts, “For all the chanting about how ‘the people, united, will never be divided,’ this turnout was small and suffering from an enthusiasm gap compared to the conservative populists who crowded the mall a month ago for Glenn Beck’s ‘Restoring Honor’ rally.”

Similarly, the Associated Press reports, “Organizers claimed they had as many participants as Beck’s rally. But Saturday’s crowds were less dense and didn’t reach as far to the edges as they did during Beck’s rally.”


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BULLSH*T! “Conservative Coffee Party” Founder Annabel Park Is Obama Campaign Operative…VIDEO!!!

“Coffee Party” Founder Is Obama Campaign Operative

Steve Watson
Prisonplanet.com
Wednesday, March 3rd, 2010

Billed as an alternative grassroots movement to the Tea Party, which has been for the most part absorbed by mainline Republicans and Neoconservatives, the “Coffee Party” promised to wake up politically minded Americans and offered a different avenue for the freedom movement.

However, the so called founder of the Coffee Party has been quickly exposed as an Obama campaign operative, whose caffeine concept was purely designed to undermine and co-opt the Tea Party ideology.

Described as “a documentary filmmaker who lives outside Washington”, Annabel Park has amassed some 40,000 members via a Facebook page.

“We’re not the opposite of the Tea Party,” Ms. Park, 41, told the New York Times. “We’re a different model of civic participation, but in the end we may want some of the same things.”

“We need to roll up our sleeves, put our heads together and work it out,” she said. “That’s, to me, an American way of doing this.”

The slogan is “Wake Up and Stand Up.” The mission statement declares that the federal government is “not the enemy of the people, but the expression of our collective will, and that we must participate in the democratic process in order to address the challenges we face as Americans.”

At first glance this sounds like attractive stuff to concerned Americans who are sick and tired of big government ruling over their lives. However, a quick background search on Miss Park reveals her real intentions.

Park campaigned for Obama in 2008 and was one of the organizers and operators of the influential United for Obama video channel at YouTube.

“I found that people have little understanding of the change that Senator Barack Obama is advocating. I thought from my experience in using videos for civil movements that videos would be the best way to promote the need for change and for Obama. That’s why I decided to work for the Obama campaign,” Annabel Park said.

She made over twenty promotional videos for the Obama campaign that drew tens of thousands of views.

William A. Jacobson of Le-gal In-sur-rec-tion has the full story.

The revelation, along with the discovery that Park is a former Strategy Analyst at the NY Times, [Park’s Linked In page has been taken down, here is a cached link] explains why she has received a great deal of mainstream media coverage recently.

The Times and the Washington Post both ran glowing articles on Park in the last week, a factor that immediately raised suspicion over her grassroots credentials.

Clearly, either the newspapers were incapable of googling her name or taking five minutes to look into her activities, or they were fully aware of Park’s intentions and background and chose not to include it in their pieces.

In addition, Park’s various tweets reveal that, far from being open to working with Tea Party activists, Park appears to have a vitriolic hatred of them:

ctivists, Park appears to have a vitriolic hatred of them:

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“The Coffee Party simply is part of the perpetual Obama campaign, a means by which to subvert the real grassroots Tea Party movement by co-opting part of the message, but in a way which supports keeping Obama in power.” Jacobson writes.

“Much like a parasite which feeds off of and ultimately takes over the host.”

The author of the New York Times piece has since declined a request by Jacobson to update her article on Park with this information.

Unfortunately, the Coffee Party is simply another example of the entrenched political establishment piggy backing on the unstoppable grassroots liberty movement in an attempt to manipulate and control it.

Glenn Beck Slams Tea Partie’s Debra Medina on 9-11 Truthers…THE AUDIO…

Glenn Beck slams Debra Medina for not disavowing 9-11 truthers

Christy Hoppe/Reporter

TV and radio commentator Glenn Beck dismissed the candidacy of Debra Medina when she left open the door to a conspiracy fringe group that believe the U.S. government might have been behind the 9-11 destruction of the World Trade Center.

CtPatriot UPDATE…Vast Majority Back Debra Medina, Attack Glenn Beck As Manufactured Controversy Backfires!!!

Beck, a leading personality for conservatives, asked her point blank if she believed such a theory.

“I don’t have all the evidence there, Glenn,” Medina replied. “So I’m not in a place – I have not been out publicly questioning that. I think some very good questions have been raised in that regard. There’s some very good arguments and I think the American people have not seen all the evidence there so I’ve not taken a position there.”


He then asked if she would disavow people on her campaign team that held such a theory.

“I’m certainly not into mind control or thought policing people,” Medina said. “I don’t see us having a team of radical individuals, if you will.”

When she signed off the program, Beck let out a long Oooh.

“I think I can write her off the list,” he said. “Let me take another look at Kay Bailey Hutchison, if I have to. Rick, I think you I could French kiss right now.”

Of Medina giving some countenance to such a conspiracy theory, Beck said, “Wow, the fastest way back to four percent.”

Sarah Palin Tells Tea Party U.S. Ready for ‘Another Revolution’…(VIDEO) Hitting Obama, Talking National Security…

Sarah Palin Tells Tea Party U.S. Ready for ‘Another Revolution’

By John McCormick

Feb. 6 (Bloomberg) — Sarah Palin, a hero amid the leaderless Tea Party movement, told hundreds of fans at the group’s inaugural national convention that their efforts will empower voters and change America.

“I am a big supporter of this movement,” Palin said. “America is ready for another revolution.”

The former Alaska governor and 2008 Republican vice- presidential nominee said the current Democratic administration can no longer blame the previous one for the nation’s ills.

“It’s been a year now,” she said. “They own this now, and voters are going to hold them accountable.”

The appearance — the first of several Tea Party events Palin plans to attend in the coming months — marks the end of the three-day National Tea Party Convention in Nashville, Tennessee.

The convention at the Gaylord Opryland Hotel is the first national meeting of a movement that emerged last year amid protests over the policies of President Barack Obama and the Democrats who control Congress.

Palin’s supporters at the convention say the media has been overly critical of her and there is plenty of time for her to decide whether she will run for president in 2012.

“If that’s where God puts her, that’s where she’ll go,” said Tammy Holmes, 36, a small-business owner from Farmington, Missouri, who is attending the conference.

Tea Party activists, drawn to Palin’s anti-Washington rhetoric and working-mother personality, would form a natural base for Palin should she decide to make a White House bid.

Little Downside

There is little downside for Palin, 45, in so closely associating herself with the grassroots movement, a Republican strategist said.

“The more she can talk to them and talk to conservative evangelicals, the more she can have a passionate following and appeal to a fairly large swath of GOP voters and independent voters,” said John Feehery, who advised former Republican House Speaker Dennis Hastert.

“She has attained rock star status,” he said. “That doesn’t necessarily mean she has a great voice, but she has attained celebrity. For a lot of folks she is off-key. But for her supporters, she’s the best thing since Elvis.”

Feehery said he is skeptical Palin will run for president.

“What she is doing, frankly, I think, is trying to make some money,” he said. “The media is fascinated by her and that’s a very big asset.”

Racist Black Conservatives??? Take Lead Role in Tea Party Movement…READ THIS!!!

Black Conservatives Take Lead Role in Tea Party Movement

By Judson Berger

– FOXNews.com

Though the tea party movement has attracted criticism for its supposed lack of diversity, minority activists who are involved say the movement has little to do with race, and that it is attracting a more diverse crowd every day.

Lloyd Marcus’ conservatism started when he was 9.

His family had just moved out of the “ghetto” to a brand-new high rise in Baltimore — within months, he said, the “dream come true” turned into a nightmare, as the building of welfare-collecting black residents became a den of crime.

His father moved the family out as soon as he got a job with the city fire department, but “my cousins never escaped,” Marcus said. He cried as he told the story.

Marcus, a black conservative who is now involved in the growing tea party movement, attributes the problems of his childhood neighborhood, his extended family and the black community in general to a “cradle-to-grave government dependency” that in the case of his cousins enabled an idle life of crime and drug abuse.

To Marcus, President Obama’s policies perpetuate that dependency. That’s why, he says, it baffles him and other black conservatives when the tea party movement is dismissed as somehow anti-black, as a rowdy bunch of ignorant, white protesters who have it in for the nation’s first black president.

“This is the nicest angry mob I’ve ever seen,” Marcus said.

Marcus is one of a number of black conservatives who have joined up with, and helped lead, the conservative tea party movement since its inception. Though the movement has attracted criticism for its supposed lack of diversity — MSNBC host Chris Matthews recently called the groups “monochromatic” and “all white” — those minority activists who are involved say the movement has little to do with race, and that it is attracting a more diverse crowd every day.

“I think a lot of black people are waking up from their Obama night-of-the-living-dead fog,” Marcus said. “They were walking around like zombies going Obama, Obama, Obama.”

He and other black conservatives connected with one of the hundreds of tea party groups across America were largely active in conservative and Republican causes before the movement’s start in early 2009. They spoke and wrote about the need for smaller government, lower spending and lower taxes and warned that Obama’s candidacy would pose a threat to those values.

But in the tea party movement they found a group that not only reflected their views but provided a platform.

Marcus campaigned with a group against Obama in the 2008 election. But the Florida resident, who is a musician, gained a degree of fame in the tea party world a year ago when he cut a “tea party anthem” song — in it, he belted about the dangers of wealth redistribution to a gospel-sounding backup track.

“In less than a week, the song was national,” Marcus said. He was asked to sing at an Orlando tea party rally last spring and has since performed at rallies across the country. He’s traveled cross-country on both Tea Party Express tours and plans to join up for the third tour this March.

Marcus does not advocate for the creation of a third party, but said the tea party groups should serve to pull the Republican Party back to the conservative roots from which it has strayed.

William Owens, a black author and publisher who with his wife traveled on the Tea Party Express tours with Marcus and has spoken at just about every stop along the way, also came out strongly against Obama in 2008. He published the book, “Obama: Why Black America Should Have Doubts,” before the election, in an attempt to address what he called a “misguided passion” toward the former Illinois senator in black America.

When the tea party movement started, he said he found a way to build on what he was already doing, outside the Republican Party system which he calls out of touch. He first spoke at a rally in Las Vegas on tax day last April.

“It was just a natural fit,” Owens said.

He said the rallies are still “mostly white,” but that more blacks are getting involved. He took particular umbrage at Matthews’ comment, blasting out a press release that criticized the MSNBC host for “pushing conservative black Americans to the back of the media bus.”

Owens now publishes a journal documenting the tea party cross-country tours. The Multi-Cultural Conservative Coalition is also sponsoring the next leg of the Tea Party Express.

Despite the enthusiastic involvement of black conservatives in the tea party rallies and trips, Obama still enjoys seemingly unshakable support from the majority of black Americans. A recent poll from Gallup put Obama’s approval rating among blacks at 91 percent. Among whites, that number was 42 percent.

Tea party groups also might not be doing themselves any favors when some of their supporters are photographed holding somewhat shocking signs at rallies — such as one last year that said, “The White House has a lyin’ African.”

But such demonstrators may be the exception.

Charles Lollar, a Maryland-based tea party supporter who is black, said there’s no validity to the racism charges.

“I’ve seen black faces in the crowd. I’ve seen Latino faces in the crowd. … It’s not a movement of color. It’s not a movement of party. It’s a movement of principle. It’s a movement of America,” Lollar said.

Lollar started speaking at tea party events last winter and said his biggest motivation is opposition to the stimulus package — both the $787 billion package that passed last February and the sequel that some Democrats are trying to push this year.

Lollar has since parlayed his activism into a high-stakes campaign. The Charles County businessman is hoping win the GOP nomination to challenge House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer, D-Md., in the congressional midterm this November.

“When we beat him in November, it’s going to send a strong message across the country,” he said.

Lollar, whose previous post was as chairman of the Charles County Republican Central Committee, has an uphill battle to unseat the nation’s second most powerful House Democrat.

Hoyer has been in office nearly three decades, and his latest campaign finance report put his available cash at $1.3 million. Lollar said he’s raised $40,000 — he aims to raise $2.5 million by fall.

Lollar is running from within the GOP apparatus. But it remains to be seen whether the party establishment will reach out to other tea party conservatives like him to ensure they stay loyal to the Republican Party and not challenge it like Conservative Party candidate Doug Hoffman did in New York state. Hoffman, who is white, pushed out the Republican candidate in the race for Congressional District 23, and ended up losing narrowly to Democrat Bill Owens.

David Avella, executive director of Republican recruiter GOPAC, said his organization hasn’t been actively mining the tea party movement for state and local candidates but that the groups could prove fertile ground for candidates.

“Many in the tea party movement are Republicans who want to make sure the party gets back to its fiscal discipline days,” he said, calling those activists natural “allies.”

Tea partiers point to recent political coups they say demonstrate the movement’s broadening influence and appeal. And they say they feel a certain freedom in the scattered leadership of the movement, as opposed to the top-down style of the GOP.

“I think it’s great that we have all these different organizations and they have nobody in charge,” Marcus said.

Marcus cited Hoffman’s influence in the New York race as well as Republican Scott Brown’s bid for the Massachusetts Senate seat once held by Ted Kennedy. Brown, while not sprouting from the tea party movement, is supported by it as he enjoys a late-in-the-game surge in the race.

“This is a movement that has swept the country,” Marcus said. “It has really been the rebirth of conservatism in America.”

Interestingly, Marcus said he used to work with one of Obama’s biggest supporters, Oprah Winfrey, decades ago at a local station in Baltimore before she moved to Chicago.

The two have since lost touch, he said.

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