Good for Me but not for Thee


Thy Name is Hypocrisy

It was the kind of meeting that conspiratorial conservative bloggers dream about.

A month after President Barack Obama won reelection, top brass from three dozen of the most powerful groups in liberal politics met at the headquarters of the National Education Association (NEA), a few blocks north of the White House. Brought together by the Sierra Club, Greenpeace, Communication Workers of America (CWA), and the NAACP, the meeting was invite-only and off-the-record. Despite all the Democratic wins in November, a sense of outrage filled the room as labor officials, environmentalists, civil rights activists, immigration reformers, and a panoply of other progressive leaders discussed the challenges facing the left and what to do to beat back the deep-pocketed conservative movement.

We’ve always known their unsavory intentions in bits and pieces.

My question is how do we as a still free people derail a proposed overthrow?
Obviously this little Fiefdom building exercise will have ramifications for those useful idiots of the lower orders.
History shows that it never turns out well for the aiders and abetters. They move into the ranks of the oppressed.

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January 13, 2013 8:52 pm

The left has spent decades plotting and planning and putting 100’s of millions of OUR hard earned dollars into these “non profits” and all we gotten for our $$$ are groups dedicated to the destruction of our way of life. When will the masses wake up? when the whole thing collapses!

January 13, 2013 9:22 pm

Greenpeace’s Phil Radford notes that for decades conservatives have aimed to shrink local, state, and federal governments by reforming the rules so they could install like-minded politicians, bureaucrats, and judges. Radford calls it “a 40-plus-year strategy by the Scaifes, Exxons, Coors, and Kochs of the world…to take over the country. It’s the VRWC!!!! So the dude jokes about them getting together for a sewing club or something, and it’s all in good sport. Right. The thing to remember is the names printed in the article are the public names. The funny part of it is the vastness of THEIR conspiracy.… Read more »