Rush Limbaugh says this all the time and it’s been considered to be a signature of Leftists tactics for many years. I first noticed it coming out of the mouths of Harold Ickes and Sid Blumenthal defending the Clinton’s when they were still in the White House.
This is an article mostly of pictures and screen shots. Many times these kinds of articles have a real impact on readers more than just a bunch of words.
As Rasputin told you last week Meckler et. al. loves to go after elderly women. Anastasia refers to constitutional scholar Publius Huldah.
Publius supposed “crime” was having an in-law with a questionable alliance. This was 20-30 years ago. For emphasis Anastasia will put out Meckler’s vile tweet again. Remember, Meckler despises Publius because she makes a good anti-Article V case and informs people why she is against it:
Pissant: a type of ant, from the word “pismire” a 14th Century Middle English word for “ant” Who knew?
I was just reading an article about the 2016 election, with the proposition that if a genuine conservative wins, his election will likely throw the country into a mini-civil war, with months of civil disobedience in urban areas. The federal bureaucracy would be in full-scale slowdown or out-and-out revolt, and the establishment wing of the GOP siding with liberal Democrats.
For many of us, this is the fight we’ve been itching for.
By Lizzie B
Just got this from a friend of mine in Jersey. I been telling him about this CoS project and he’s totally against it but called me after he tried to get a look see at the site. Convention of States that is.
By Big Al
Meckler has been making a big to-do about an in-law of constitutional scholar Publius Huldah having problems with the law 30 years ago. This is only because she is against an Article V convention and has been educating people about why it could be so dangerous.
It has no merit on her ethics or abilities. But Meckler needs to look in his own backyard before throwing stones at others.
Before 9-11, in many parts of the country Dr. Laura (Schlesinger) occupied the talk radio slot now occupied by Glenn Beck. She had a habit that I always admired, namely speaking to her callers in a manner that befit their station other than her own.
You see, Dr. Laura is a PhD, a very smart lady, but with a short fuse for certain kinds of behavior by her callers, especially pretentiousness and whining. When a person calls seeking absolution for a selfish act, she tears into them like a tiger. She kicks up. But when a simple woman calls, possessing a lesser command of the King’s English, maybe even a touch of hillbilly or redneck, Dr. Laura is as gentle as a kitten and as patient as a saint. She kisses down.
By J. Edgar
When all else fails, call them names and be nasty. So goes Mssr. Meckler. This time he’s after Virginia state Sen. Richard H. Black. The “sin” of Sen. Black is not agreeing with Meckler’s “project” and he derailed legislation there.
By Lizzie B
Meckler’s partner in the Convention of States is a bully who lives in Loudoun County, Virginia. He started Patrick Henry College there so he thinks he has weight to throw around at people who don’t agree with his project. This time his rage is directed at Virginia state Senator Richard Black, who is opposed to using Article V. Black also happens to be the senator for the district in which Farris resides. Continue reading Meckler’s partner Farris throws tantrum at Virginia senator
This disrespectful email was forwarded to me. It was signed by “Tamara Colbert, State Director, Convention of States Project”:
Notice the language used: A Shiv in the Back.
My friend Augustino in Oregon has made it a hobby to study the manners and customs of the Left. He says there are enough insecurities and self-contradictions among them as to make Dr Freud curious about them as a type and he plans to write a book about it. He even has a crew who’re trained to pick fights with them on the internet by pushing on those insecurity buttons.
With that in mind I asked Augie to look at some Article V web-articles, at the behest of another friend (in Virginia) who’s been involved in that Article V debate. He said he saw some similarities to what has always been associated with leftwing slime-tactics, and wanted to know if Augie agreed.