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A Young Patriot’s Response To The Left

Tricia Willoughby is the young lady who was made famous by her speech at the TEA Party event in Wisconsin on Saturday, the 18th of April. She became famous because she, in one short period, showed the difference between the radicals of the left and the beauty of a young Patriot who loves her Country more then herself. Ann Althouse Gave Tricia A Voice To Speak Her Peace

Little did I know that throughout my entire speech, an immature, grown man, was shouting profanities at me, nor that I was getting booed and yelled at by many other opposers. The leftists, you see, were just getting warmed up, and had not yet made their big push to try to completely drown out the speakers.

The next couple speakers spoke, and it wasn’t until they spoke, that I began to actually hear the union protesters and their annoying shouting. I also saw a heckler come to the front of the crowd and yell throughout the majority of the speeches.

However, despite all of those incidents that I saw that day, the rest of that day was an INCREDIBLE experience. From meeting THE Sarah Palin, to speaking to my fellow Tea Party patriots, to showing the Unionistas what Democracy really looks like, last Saturday was a day that I will hold in my memory forever.

It wasn’t until the next day (Sunday, the 19th) that I watched the video of some particularly hate- filled people. (You know who I’m talking about) When I first watched the video of that particularly distasteful man, my first reaction was actually to laugh! I couldn’t believe it! This grown man was soo immature and so small to be calling me those things. I was thinking “That is what you want to say to me? Really? You’re not even listening to what I’m saying, or criticizing my actual logic. You are simply just calling me names because I am on the opposite side.”

Please go read the rest of her words because she has more class in her little pinkie then the whole of the union/Democrat/progressive animals in this Country.

JadedByPolitics
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  1. Jaded, this was a really great article. Thanks for posting it and I enjoyed reading Ms. Willoughby’s full response.

    BTW, some responding on the Althouse blog made a suggestion that I like. Here it is:

    “That is what you want to say to me? Really? You’re not even listening to what I’m saying, or criticizing my actual logic. You are simply just calling me names because I am on the opposite side.”

    I propose that in subsequent comment threads this rejoinder simply be called “The Willoughby.” It would save a lot of typing

    So, when the left pulls this nonsense, we can simply say “Willoughby right back ya’, friend”.

    • This is a great idea lineholder. Imagine it being used on some idiot leftie who, none-the-less, has enough spunk to look it up, follow the links and realize he/she has been just as big of an asshat as that fool in the video.
      A moment of awakening? At least a ‘teaching moment’.

      • I can’t take credit for it, EBL, but I do like the idea of it. If you go to the direct link, you’ll see it suggested in the comments there.

        I’d love to see us redirecting more of the heated rhetoric coming from the left with humor. Not intending to be manipulative or anything because it really isn’t my style, but dealing with some of the junk the left throws at us with humor minimizes it to the point of insignificance.

        Yeah, it would work, and effectively too. And it could be a private joke on our side, “so-and-so is pulling a Willoughby” wink-wink.

          • Common Cents, we could do this, and I daresay it would be effective. But that really isn’t what I meant in the comment I made above.

            I’m very simplistic in my outlook on things, so keep that in mind. Most of Alinsky’s tactics stem from two different techniques. The first is divisionary tactics (such as divide and conquer) and the second is diversionary tactics (such as draw the opponents attention off focus by using x, y and z mechanisms, including ridicule).

            I really believe that if conservatives can define a specific set of priorities, stay focused on those priorities, and clearly articulate those priorities to the public, we can win the next election hands down. But we have to stay focused.

            That’s where my comment about humor comes in…just letting the tactics roll off us and not let it become a diversion.

  1. Jaded, this was a really great article. Thanks for posting it and I enjoyed reading Ms. Willoughby’s full response.

    BTW, some responding on the Althouse blog made a suggestion that I like. Here it is:

    “That is what you want to say to me? Really? You’re not even listening to what I’m saying, or criticizing my actual logic. You are simply just calling me names because I am on the opposite side.”

    I propose that in subsequent comment threads this rejoinder simply be called “The Willoughby.” It would save a lot of typing

    So, when the left pulls this nonsense, we can simply say “Willoughby right back ya’, friend”.

    • This is a great idea lineholder. Imagine it being used on some idiot leftie who, none-the-less, has enough spunk to look it up, follow the links and realize he/she has been just as big of an asshat as that fool in the video.
      A moment of awakening? At least a ‘teaching moment’.

      • I can’t take credit for it, EBL, but I do like the idea of it. If you go to the direct link, you’ll see it suggested in the comments there.

        I’d love to see us redirecting more of the heated rhetoric coming from the left with humor. Not intending to be manipulative or anything because it really isn’t my style, but dealing with some of the junk the left throws at us with humor minimizes it to the point of insignificance.

        Yeah, it would work, and effectively too. And it could be a private joke on our side, “so-and-so is pulling a Willoughby” wink-wink.

          • Common Cents, we could do this, and I daresay it would be effective. But that really isn’t what I meant in the comment I made above.

            I’m very simplistic in my outlook on things, so keep that in mind. Most of Alinsky’s tactics stem from two different techniques. The first is divisionary tactics (such as divide and conquer) and the second is diversionary tactics (such as draw the opponents attention off focus by using x, y and z mechanisms, including ridicule).

            I really believe that if conservatives can define a specific set of priorities, stay focused on those priorities, and clearly articulate those priorities to the public, we can win the next election hands down. But we have to stay focused.

            That’s where my comment about humor comes in…just letting the tactics roll off us and not let it become a diversion.

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