The Tucson Tea Party is talking about holding a counter “Occupy” demonstration October 15th .
The “Occupy” movement — funded and supported by George Soros funded groups MoveOn.org, The Tides Foundation and Rebuild the Dream — is merely political noise with the great unwashed and the politically lost beating drums and chanting slogans they can’t fully explain. I surmise this new movement is intended to draw the opposition into this particular shiny object argument.
Do we give into this political maneuver in typical knee-jerk fashion or do we simply ignore these figurative two-year-old’s throwing yet another political temper tantrum?
No matter how difficult it is for us we must ignore them until they see that we don’t care what they’re ranting about.
Those in “Occupy” aren’t the problem. They are just the tools of the Progressive movement in American and most of them don’t even realize it. As I see it, our job is to replace all of those supporting big government and out-of-control spending.
What I don’t see is how focusing on these “Occupy” anarchists helps us to accomplish our goals of defeating Obama, establishing a conservative majority in the Senate and repealing ObamaCare and Dodd Frank.
And now I that see we do have:
- a conservative Presidential candidate in Herman Cain
- a strong conservative advocate in Sarah Palin
- a strong conservative Congressional advocate in Michele Backmann
- a conservative mission
- Radio Talk Show conservative Rush Limbaugh and
- Internet TV mogul Glenn Beck
- an anthem — that describes who we are and what we want — by Krista Branch.
But I do not see a conservative communications network connecting all conservative cell organizations. Good communications are a must for successful political campaigns, businesses to prosper, armies to win battles and for we the people to re-establish our constitutional authority over city, county, state and federal governments.