Meckler’s volunteers taught Alinsky tactics as well

By Anastasia

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:

Meckler nasty tweet about Publius

Meckler apparently teaches those in his “fold” to have the same nasty demeanor and will except no less. This conversation referring to Publius was on twitter yesterday:

Bulow and Rowe nasty tweet

My friend @LadyImpactOhio was also a part of this conversation and sent me these tweets she was smart enough to save for posterity:

Meckler nasty tweet to LIO

LadyImpactOhio says she tweeted her support of Publius after she saw his tweet. And then another nasty tweet from JLRowe:

Meckler & Rowe nasty tweet

Ridicule and name calling is the name of the game. Anastasia has yet to see an organization that advertises doing a good service behaving so badly.

Anastasia can think of only one thing that makes people behave like this:

Money picture

15 comments
PaulAdcock
PaulAdcock

I have many arguments against Huldah.  For one, she tried to point to federalist 48 and say that Madison was against an Article V convention based on that.  However, the discussion in Federalist 48 was a convention called by 2/3 of the branches of the federal government, ideally to reign in a third one that was acting out.  Madison thought that idea was dubious.  However, he voted FOR Article V so Huldah's point is moot on that one.


When I tried to confront her with it, she got really cocky and demanded that I apologize for supposedly falsely slandering her.  


Another time, I suggested that, IF the convention did run away and they tried to create a new constitution or anything like that, that we could simply use Huldah's advice of civil disobedience, and, if need be, revolution.


She didn't like this.  

Rasputin1869
Rasputin1869 moderator

@PaulAdcock Your comment was flagged because of content by the system and it was approved just now.


As stated in our mission statement, this is NOT a pro or con Article V site and therefore won't get into discussions of it being either the right or wrong method to correct DC's missteps.


However, the editor of this site requests you provide a link to this citation you are claiming Huldah made to you. 


In fact your claim she advised people use civil disobedience and revolution in the event of a runaway convention sounds more like the Occupy crowd.  

PubliusHuldah
PubliusHuldah

@PaulAdcock 

You don't know what you are talking about and your words are false. The only place the discussion you describe took place is in the fetid recesses of your own deranged head. 


1. Federalist No. 48?  No. 48 is one of Madison's Papers on the separation of the Legislative, Executive & Judicial Powers.  It has nothing to do with amendments or conventions. 

2. In Federalist No. 49, Madison argued against an Article V convention as the proper way to restrain breaches of the federal Constitution. 

3. Madison was consistently against an Article V convention as shown by his words on September 10 and 15, 1787 at the Federal Convention; his suggested language for Art. V on Sep. 10, 1787; Federalist No. 49; his Nov. 2 1788 letter to Turberville; and his speech on June 8, 1789 in the House of Congress: He introduced into Congress a proposed Bill of Rights for Congress to propose to the State legislatures in order to circumvent the application for an Article V convention which had been filed by Virginia on May 5, 1789.

4. Revolution?  You are grotesquely untruthful.

But if you believe Nullification is "revolution", then you are too ignorant to be participating in the public debate on this issue. Nullification is THE remedy for federal usurpations advised by Hamilton, Jefferson and Madison.  Here are the quotes and hyperlinks:      http://www.renewamerica.com/columns/huldah/150423

You have shown yourself to be a thoroughly dishonest and/or stupid man by your comments hereinabove.

Rasputin1869
Rasputin1869 moderator

Paul, Rasputin knows it's Saturday so you may be picnicking. However this isn't 1913 and with the introduction of smart phones, this will not prevent you from providing evidence to above claim. No answer means no evidence.

vincentx
vincentx

@PubliusHuldah @PaulAdcock  I'm getting more interested in your claim that you had a discussion of some sort with PH. Other than your Madison note, which could have been lifted verbatim from the Cliffs Notes version of the Federalist Papers...is your assertion  that you and she had a "discussion". Rasputin has asked you to tell us where and how this took place;  Obviously not on the phone, so in a back-and-forth of some article? Or perhaps, as PH suggests, in your dreams  Right? Show us, then.. It would settle a lot of bets, and I'm invested heavily on your failure to be able to do so.

ShawnMeehan
ShawnMeehan

Hello. I like that you are working to get the information out there. I'm working on an Article V project also and would like to exchange information. Please reach out: guardtheconstitution@gmail.com. Thanks!

MarkMecklerInfo
MarkMecklerInfo

Thank you Shawn. Be assured everything we know will be posted right here. Sunlight is the best disinfectant. Feel free to link to our posts and inform others.

As mentioned in our mission statement, we are neither pro or con Article V. But we want to inform people about who is running the show and who is taking the money.

Rasputin1869
Rasputin1869 moderator

We have an email. But it is just for tips on unbecoming behavior by the El Chefes or their lieutenants. As we state in our mission, we are neither pro or con Article V but rather here to expose unsavory activities.

All others will be ignored.

blizzie595@gmail.com

Rasputin1869
Rasputin1869 moderator

Hi Maggie. Thanks for stopping by. We are not pro or con Article V but hope that people will be informed about those who are running the show.

MaggieT
MaggieT

@Rasputin1869 I have conservative friends who fall on both sides of Article V. Though I tend to fall on the con side myself, I am concerned for those on the pro side who don't know who the self-appointed leaders are. The end does not justify the means, especially when the strategy is risky and unproven. If the leaders had confidence in the movement, they should be able to withstand a few questions. That they want to squash opposition rather than discuss is telling.

Rasputin1869
Rasputin1869 moderator

That "donate" button is always there. This "project" could be dragged out for years.

MaggieT
MaggieT

I had a supporter try to pigeonhole me into 1 of 3 categories because I questioned the "movement." Apparently, I'm either a radical liberal Democrat or one of all other left wing socialists (or Marxists), a Republican establishment elitist, or a follower/member of the John Birch Society, with the main focus as the spreading of false information about the Article V Convention process while claiming to be a constitutional conservative. I refuse to be bullied, categorized or smeared by anyone, but to have those who claim to be conservative do so is unconscionable.

Rasputin1869
Rasputin1869 moderator

Mssr. Meckler would have us believe all he says is true even though nothing he SAYS has been tested.