The man who wrote the Tea Party Anthem is not a pansy American.
Unfortunate White Way weeping at 2:40. Why do closetcase homosexuals feel so comfortable preening around the manly right-wing? Senator Lindsay? It’s creepy.
The man who wrote the Tea Party Anthem is not a pansy American.
I love this game. Violent neo-Nazi gun-nut who hates everyone kills four, commits suicide. Who do you think he was really? Gosh, who can tell?
“The truth is that negroids screw monkeys and rape babies in afreaka. Then stupid white man who licks kosher jew rear lets negroids in. … Stop Negroid immigration and integration now!!! Nature will take care of the rest.”
It’s the forward to “It Takes a Village.” I have a theory, myself. I’d say Ready wasn’t a peacenik. He wasn’t a multi-culturalist. He wasn’t preaching togetherness and understanding. He was a raging neanderthal, or “Republican.” J.T. was your “white folks made this country great so I prowl the border with my semi-automatic looking for Mexicans” type. Know any liberals like that?
He was your values voter turned up to 11. Among the border vigilantes in the world, like the Minutemen, the defenders of white people in the world, like Pat Buchanan, the Negroid haters in the world, like John Derbyshire, and the anti-Semites in the world, like David Duke, Ready was simply more well-rounded and passionate than his brethren.
Not that he didn’t impress plenty of them. They loved the guy when he was running for Mesa City Council in 2006:
His anti-property-tax campaign platform and failure to fizzle out as the reports of his past surfaced has his opponents on guard and girding for a possible runoff election in May. . .
After a late start, he began picking up endorsements from several notable East Valley Republicans, such as state Rep. Russell Pearce and state Sen. Karen Johnson, among others.
His racism was fine by Mesa. It was after they learned he’d been kicked out of the Marines that they abandoned him. That’d be fine by us, the moonbats, except that he’s absolutely satanic. He continued to roll with his right-wing pals [courtesy the SPLC, Spring 2008]:
The past president of the Mesa Community College Republican Club and current Maricopa County Republican precinct committeeman, Ready is deeply involved in mainstream conservative politics. He’s also an outright neo-Nazi. Ready spoke at a rally put on by the neo-Nazi National Socialist Movement in Omaha, Neb., last September (where he was billed as an “Arizona Republican activist”)…
You figure that’s a Republican with a future. Except he became too notorious for Arizona politics. He was a black eye for the rabid white people. The name of the game there is keeping your public racism on low-boil, so they abandoned him. Still he continued: forming a border militia group. Sending out his neo-Nazi gang to patrol “Occupy Phoenix”:
“Sporting assault rifles, they posed flanked by dozens of cops. Recognizing key NSM [National Socialist Movement] organizers in their midst, several people confronted them and set about informing the generally ignorant crowd that before them stood actual fascists, armed to the teeth.”
Several of the heavily-armed “Border Guards,” were at the camp late Saturday night at Hance Park, and were no comfort to Native Americans and others in the movement.
The online Downtown Devil reported at 10 pm, “At least three members of the Arizona Border Guard are still present with sidearms and one has donned a gas mask and a ballistic helmet.”
Even running for Pinal County Sheriff as a Democrat:
Neo-Nazi J.T. Ready Runs for Pinal County Sheriff as a Democrat
Phoenix New Times
. . “As part of our exploratory committee for Sheriff of Pinal County, Arizona- the Chairman and I visit a Black neighborhood to better understand the concerns of the people and how to utilize their help in combating Mexican drug cartels. Seems how we have an official Malcolm X street sign, one of my priorities will be to add a George Lincoln Rockwell sign as well.”
Rockwell, in case you don’t know, was the infamous fuhrer of the American Nazi Party, assassinated in 1967 by a disgruntled stormtrooper.
You can see what J.T. was up to. He’d gone so far around the bend, his act was beginning to poke out the other side. Look at the political rebel appropriating Black Power symbology to further an anti-n*gger agenda. In a peyote sort of way, it makes sense. More to some than others:
Horror!… Neo-Nazi #Occupy Phoenix Protester Goes On Shooting Rampage – 5 Dead
Posted by Jim Hoft on Thursday, May 3, 2012, 11:38 AM
Back in October we reported that Neo-Nazi Jason Todd Ready was patrolling the #Occupy Phoenix camp with AR-15′s. . .
Of course, since this was not a Tea Party rally the story was never picked up by the liberal media.
Someone should have reported white supremacists crapping on Occupy Phoenix, absolutely. Yes? No, Hoft claims that Ready was, in fact, a movement leader. Which is so far past hot damn it requires a word for planetary-core temperature stupid. “Magma chamber derp,” or “Hoftian,” perhaps.
As Jim Treacher says, “The Occupy Camp is a great incubator for domestic terrorism.” That’s an understatement! . .
It looks like poor unhinged Charles Johnson jumped the gun on this one. JT wasn’t a rightwinger after all, huh Chuck? Hopefully Mr. Johnson will be honest enough to post an update with corrections.
Contrast reality this way, and you’re the J.T. of blogging.
Neo-Nazi J.T. Ready shot and killed four people yesterday at the Gilbert, Arizona, home where he lived. Ready later killed himself.
A border militia leader on Wednesday shot and killed four people at a Gilbert home, including a toddler, before committing suicide, sources said.
Sources identified the shooter as Jason “J.T.” Ready, a reputed neo-Nazi who made headlines when he launched a militia movement to patrol the Arizona desert to hunt for illegal immigrants and drug smugglers.
Though a white supremacist, Ready was a familiar face to Arizonans who followed local politics. He was a friend and political ally of former Arizona Senate President and Tea Party leader Russell Pearce, the architect of the state’s controversial anti-immigrant S.B. 1070 law.
Pearce endorsed Ready for Mesa City Council in 2006 and appeared with him at several rallies. In 2004 Pearce was photographed attending J.T Ready’s baptism into the The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church). Church documents reveal that Pearce ordained J.T. Ready into the LDS priesthood. Pearce has since claimed he was unaware of Ready’s neo-Nazi affiliations at the time he made the endorsement.
Ready lived at the residence where the shooting took place. He was believed to be living with his girlfriend, a victim of the shooting, Lisa Mederos.
Authorities have not identified the other victims, but reached by phone Wednesday afternoon, Hugo Mederos said the victims were his ex-wife, Lisa; their daughter, Amber; Amber’s boyfriend, whose name The Republic is withholding until his next of kin could be notified, and Amber’s 18-month-old baby, Lilly.
Mederos, who lives in Tampa, said Ready lived at the home with his girlfriend, Lisa.
Ready was a former Marine who headed the U.S. Border Guard, a militia-style group that routinely performed armed patrols in the southern Arizona desert. Early this year, Ready had formed an exploratory committee for a run as Pinal County sheriff.
In a statement of organization filed Jan. 11, Amber Mederos was listed as treasurer of the Committee to Elect J.T. Ready. Her name was nowhere to be found in amended paperwork filed March 12.
Ready recently formed the “U.S. Border Guard,” an anti-immigrant militia. The group sometimes roamed the desert at night looking for suspected illegal immigrants attempting to enter the state.
In an earlier photo, Ready was seen supporting the neo-Nazi National Socialist Movement at a Nebraska rally.
He was 39 years old.
Some Tea Party/Libertarian politician living not too far from me, near Carson, CA, recently bought himself a load of trouble. Apparently unhappy about the indefinite detention provisions in the recently signed National Defense Authorization Act, Jules Manson took to his Facebook page to post this screed (sorry fuzzy):
Notice the call for assassinations of political figures, their children, and anyone in the military carrying out their duties. Also notice Manson calling the prez “that monkey.” Jules was not done — he added even better comments later:
Quoth the Jules: “Assassinate the fucken nigger and his monkey children.”
Jules later deleted the page. Then he deleted his account. Then he got a visit from the Secret Service. Then he added this:
. . the comments on his Facebook page [were] “careless, emotionally driven remarks that had no real substance” and wrote, “Not including my regular friends whom I converse with often or have in the past and always welcome their comments and posts, I do not believe many of you are concerned citizens.”
Thus when you call for the death of a n*gger president, you’re a responsible citizen.
. . h/t Rachel for the tip . .
What a clip of Rep. Allen West. Hosing a national TV audience with Tea Party rhetoric:
Unbelievable. Allen is, as most know, a high-strung, low-information Teabagger who crawls out of his trench to lob stupor grenades. You may not find yourself psychotic or incarcerated, but if you otherwise differ from G. Gordon Liddy you’re Allen’s target. You are also stupid and un-patriotic and dumb and un-American and you’re also, additionally, totally darn stupid.
Stupids! Get yourself a West education:
“You have to be able to call as you see it. I’m very concerned about this very divisive rhetoric that the president is using, when he continues to talk about ‘equality’ and ‘fairness’ . . “
Suuuuurely Professor doesn’t mean actual ‘equality’ and ‘fairness,’ those are centuries-old political and societal ideals. You want good things for yourself, your family, your community? Those will do. Allen must mean Obama was using these vaunted concepts disingenuously. He’s been saying something like “You know what’s fair? When I confiscate Trump’s mountain of gold, and I give it to you.”
” . . this thing that I think, it is really contrary to the principles that I mentioned, as far as life, liberty, and pursuit of happiness. Because the government cannot guarantee happiness.”
But no. Allen means actual equality, and he means fairness. He’s saying they’re stupid. The government can’t achieve them, so the very ideas are what’s disingenuous. Why try something that can’t be done? If that sounds un-American, that’s because it is profoundly so. More:
“And if we believe that there are people in Washington, D.C. that are going to be the arbiters and be the ones who are trying to create some type of fairness — we remember FDR talking about a chicken in every pot, I recall all the rhetoric of economic and social justice — then we get away from having the right type of monetary policy, fiscal policy, tax and regulatory policy that can turn this dismal economic situation around in our country.”
To wit: The stuck-up government can’t produce equality, but idiot Democrats like FDR and Dr. King keep trying. Throw all that away and then we’ll fix our problems.
Question: To what purpose, Allen? What’s the point when equality is a conceit? When fairness is a partisan ploy? Why should anyone go on participating in America when fair play isn’t just difficult, it is thoroughly repudiated by powerful agents of the government like you? Because of starvation? Nasty weather? Avarice and greed?
This is the problem the Founding Fathers sought to solve. Governments previously served only the powerful, and everybody else had to fend for themselves. The Fathers’ new way of political thinking endowed the nobodies of the world with towering rights: To life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. It was now a subservient government’s job to serve those rights. If the government never achieved perfect service, it failed. But that certainly never meant it was appropriate to give up on those Age of Enlightenment ideals, the Founding Fathers’ achievements and the United States of America.
Until Allen West came along. Now it’s time to quit the country. This is how far down the Dodo branch of political evolution Republicans have run. They are fundamentally opposed to the founding and substance of the United States. To appreciate this, just look at Republican Herbert Hoover’s campaign literature from 1928:
It was he, not FDR, that popularized “A Chicken In Every Pot.” Back when Republicans could remember who Thomas Paine was, these were the things they believed in:
The Republican Party is equality’s party — opportunity’s party — democracy’s party, the party of national development, not sectional interests — the impartial servant of every state and condition in the union.
Is there any more perfect list of what today’s GOP violently oppose?
Wow. What a p.r. master.
Nevada’s Tea Party right-wing Senate candidate, Sharron Angle, finally pops up in big media. She’s been dodging reporters and writers and TV people and internet sources and everybody on the planet because she’s a laughable whackjob whose public numbers are doing a Titanic now that her clownish personal views are known. Let’s abolish Social Security, Medicare, the Department of Education and fluoridation of your tap water, good ideas all.
Here, she finally sits down for an interview with a friendly face, Fox’s Carl Cameron. Carl asks her about her recent allergies to media, to which she rebounds with about as good a 25 seconds of ‘WTF?‘ as you’ll get.
The impersonation is spot on. The combination of animal self-assurance and prideful clod-hopping down the simplest path to a rout invokes Dwight Schrute in oblivious glory. The lack of awareness is nothing to be ashamed of, no, it’s a killer feature of the overall Angle nature. Albeit a disturbingly, psychotically grinning and head-bobbing nature.
Sharron Angle will just do what Sharron Angle will do. For example, if you, say, try to use her personal views, once proudly laid out for all to see on her former website, against her in a political campaign and the tactic begins to work, you will be accosted with lawsuits. You must be stopped from being effective. That’s what Sharron Angle will do. It’s not about Sharron Angle, it’s about Sharron Angle simply winning.
Speaking of which, help out Carl, here, Sharron — why were you having such a bad time dealing with the media? What were you trying to do?
[grin] Well . . .
1.) We had to transform the media into friends.
2.) SO that they would ask the questions we wanted them to ask.
3.) SO that we could get the answers out that made us look good.
4.) SO that we could lobby the audiences to go to Sharron Angle dot com.
5.) SO that they would donate at Sharron Angle dot com.
6.) LIKE your listeners, who can go to Sharron Angle dot com.
A Senate campaign’s pretty simple, really:
The comedy continues . .
Once you see this video, you will likely agree with me: this is a Hall of Fame political video. It is ludicrously awful, so it’s entertaining as hell.
And it comes to us from Dan Fanelli, a sorry man running for Congress in Florida. One viewing, and you will see that Dan is a Gold-Plated Wingnut.
So many terrific nutter details, dozens of them, all of which Dan thought were compelling enough to include in this hard-hitting clip. So it’s all officially enshrined, for the intertron to play forever:
1.) Terrorists want to blow up Cessnas?
2.) After they make bombs out of orange water bottles?
3.) That they tie to themselves?
4.) Outside their clothes?
5.) So their arms are paralyzed?
6.) Making it difficult to light the Bullwinkle-style fuse?
7.) Every little thing in this whack ad?
I guarantee you, Dan loves all of it.
Ed Naile, the fringe, nearly illiterate angry anti-tax New Hampshire conservative radio host and blogger, is a Democrat? Gee, however did Fox end up finding this guy? What a freaky mistake.
Cavuto interviews “registered Democrat” who’s also a conservative activist
August 11, 2009 5:13 pm ET by Oliver Willis
On the August 11th edition of Fox News’ Your World With Neil Cavuto, Cavuto interviewed Edward Naile, who was protesting against the health care reform being discussed by President Obama in a New Hampshire town hall event. Fox’s on-screen text simply identified Naile as a “Registered Democrat” and as a “Small Business Owner”. Cavuto first introduced him as a “registered Democrat” and later described Naile as having “independent” thinking on the health care issue.
What neither Fox nor Cavuto noted was Naile’s history of conservative activism.
In 2000 AP identified Naile as a member of the Coalition, identifying the group as an “advocacy group for limited government and limited taxation”…
On November 1, 2008 Naile wrote:
America needs to take a good four-year look at what the Liberal Left has offered up for President, and most of all, what the main stream media has unflinchingly protected and nourished since the decision to sell this communist standard-bearer of the Democrat Party as material qualified to be President of the United States.
Here are screenshots of his radio show site and the affiliated ‘Liberty Calendar’ site:
And why not make thump and whip your local source for breaking ‘Sorry Asshole’ news? Everybody deserves to jump on the internet at least once a day and say to themselves, ‘WOW. What a tool‘.
ST. LOUIS — Kenneth Gladney sat in a wheelchair on Pershing Avenue Saturday, his knee bandaged, holding a flag that read: “Don’t Tread on Me.”
Gladney, 38, was handing out the same flags after a town hall forum in Mehlville Thursday night, when, he says, he was attacked by members of the Service Employees International Union.
Less than 48 hours later, protesters gathered Saturday in front of the union’s offices, many of them holding signs with a slightly different version of the message: “Don’t Tread on Kenny.”
Kinda hard not to when he’s normally prostrate on the ground, right? What with those useless thirty-eight-year-old legs, one of which is now also bruised. I broke my shin once, and that hurt like screaming hell, and you couldn’t have put me in a wheelchair.
Mild-spoken, bespectacled and politically conservative, Gladney, of St. Louis, now finds himself part of an escalating national debate on health care reform.
The forum in Mehlville, organized by U.S. Rep. Russ Carnahan, D-Mo., to discuss aging, turned ugly when some audience members began yelling about health care reform. After the event, several fights broke out and six people were arrested.
The incident has elevated tempers, with people on both sides of the health care debate arguing over who threw the first punches. Members and supporters of the St. Louis “Tea Party” coalition say Gladney was attacked, unprovoked. Union members and their supporters say Gladney initiated the fight.
I call bull. People who are merely lying around never start fights. Although if you trample the brush around their den, they may coil in defense or bare their fangs. Stay calm, back away slowly, and never run with scissors.
The confrontational forum — and others like it around the country — has drawn widespread media attention, and on Friday conservative talk show hosts Bill O’Reilly and Rush Limbaugh discussed the arrests on their programs, drawing more attention to Saturday’s event.
“Limbaugh gave the address,” said Sam Miloscia, a student from Jefferson County who drove up for the noon Saturday protest. “This is just a demonstration of numbers.”…
Gladney did not address Saturday’s crowd of about 200 people. His attorney, David Brown, however, read a prepared statement Gladney wrote. “A few nights ago there was an assault on my liberty, and on yours, too.” Brown read. “This should never happen in this country.”
Gladney the Rolling Sidewinder is now the embodiment of Liberty, spangled wonders. If only American Liberty were strong enough to stand up, or speak for itself.
Supporters cheered. Brown finished by telling the crowd that Gladney is accepting donations toward his medical expenses. Gladney told reporters he was recently laid off and has no health insurance.
Several people who said they’d seen Thursday’s events approached Brown Saturday with information about what happened. Brown said he was taking names and numbers and was helping mount a legal strategy for Gladney. He would not elaborate…
“We saw the video (of Thursday’s events), and we don’t agree with their interpretation of it,” said Michael Browning, a Washington University student and supporter of the president’s plan.
“In the beginning we were being shouted down,” Browning added. “But in the end we had a civil conversation. We even shook hands.”
GOP govs plan Tea Party sequel
Hoping to recapture the grassroots energy of last month’s “tea parties,” Republican Govs. Mark Sanford of South Carolina and Rick Perry of Texas will host a tele-town hall Thursday that’s being dubbed “Tea Party 2.0.”
The Republican Governors Association said it is expecting 30,000 people to participate in the town hall, which will take place roughly one month after the much-publicized anti-tax tea party rallies held in hundreds of locations across the country on April 15, the tax filing deadline…
RGA Executive Director Nick Ayers said that while the effort Thursday will be on a smaller scale than the April tea party rallies, it still represents “a great opportunity to mobilize that support.”