Ron Rosenbaum, Writer

March 21, 2010

How Does the Tea Party Feel About This Assassination Threat?

Filed under: Uncategorized — ronrosenbaumwriter @ 7:14 pm

Got one here for your evaluation, Tea Partiers. Let’s see if any of you wants to repudiate it. Or will you accept your share of responsibility when some idiot you’ve jacked up with your vile hysteria actuallly tries it?

So let’s hear from you brave commenters. Silence equals approval.



  1. If the Tea Party is responsible for a legitimate assassination threat against a President don’t you have the duty to well… do more than this?

    At the very least demand that this cesspit of Tea Party enabling known as PJM be shut down.

    By your logic this site is brewing extreme danger to the President. Why aren’t you calling for its removal?

    Comment by Jack — March 21, 2010 @ 7:30 pm | Reply

  2. Ron:

    How did you feel about “Death of a President” which was about the assassination of President Bush?

    Remember, Ron, silence equals approval, by your own statement.

    Personally, I decry and deplore any attempt by anyone to assassinate a President of any party.

    Comment by ConservativeWanderer — March 21, 2010 @ 7:31 pm | Reply

  3. Two words:



    OMG. Ron you have jumped the shark and gone full on pooch screwing. I feel bad for you that you are having this bad of a melt-down. Good grief, man. Take the blue pill. TAKE THE BLUE PILL.

    Comment by Delia — March 21, 2010 @ 7:31 pm | Reply

  4. CW that’s not good enough.

    Ron isn’t looking for agreement, he’s looking to prove how “evvvvviiiilllll” The Tea Party is.

    And you made the mistake of using his own argument against him. That’s a no-no in Ron’s book.

    Also Re: Bush

    Really was Ron this concerned when protesters were this rabid about the previous president?

    If not why not? And remember “silence equals approval.”

    Comment by Jack — March 21, 2010 @ 7:38 pm | Reply

  5. Perhaps we should stop feeding the troll? PJM has gone down several notches by allowing this rabid libelblogger any column space. He’s clearly deranged, and feeds on the negative attention his moronic incendiary smears attract. He’s a sadomasochistic perve.

    Comment by Morton Doodslag — March 21, 2010 @ 7:46 pm | Reply

  6. “Silence equals approval”
    No–it doesn’t. If I don’t wish to comment on remarks that all world leaders are being controlled by telepathic means from beings on Mars that doesn’t mean that I believe the underlying stupid premise to be true. Its just that there are some things that are too stupid to waste time on to refute.

    People who have commented here have accused you of being many and various things, some of them stupid and ridiculous. But, by your own standards, since you didn’t dispute them, they must have been right.

    Comment by Tcobb — March 21, 2010 @ 8:08 pm | Reply

  7. Ron, will you give it a rest? You are starting to sound like a loon.

    Comment by Chris Bolts Sr. — March 21, 2010 @ 8:37 pm | Reply

  8. I’ve seen this before. It is tedious.

    Leave it to the likes of Rosenbaum to trot out in the United States what was trotted out against the Reform Party of Canada.

    Speaking as a member who joined the RPC in July, 1990 – I had enough of “What’s the difference between the Liberals and Tories? Who their lawyers are on Bay Street”.

    Nice going, Rosenbaum, you have made yourself
    smaller, instead of making yourself bigger.

    Lastly, the saying is still true – the loudest noises come from the emptiest of barrels.

    Comment by David W. Lincoln — March 21, 2010 @ 8:39 pm | Reply

  9. Mr. Rosenbaum has once again engaged in the low politics of guilt by association. He is a liberal McCarthite who takes the actions of one individual and attempts to slander others. He, nor the flimsy website he sources, have connected this person to a tea party group. Nor does he show that this is nothing more than the work of a distraught individual who is tired of a tyranical government dictating against the will of the American people. He tries to show guilt by association without even proving the association part.

    Everyone reading this sham of a blog should email Pajamas Media at and report Mr. Rosenbaum for his dishonest practices. As long as he is a commentator here at PJ Media undermines the integrity of the website.

    Comment by Kipling — March 21, 2010 @ 8:42 pm | Reply

  10. Who cares? Ron Rosenbaum did not care about several plays, books, and movies about the Assassination of GWB. Not a bit. So why should I care about Obama?

    Obama is not my President. I don’t care about him.

    By the way, if silence = approval, then the nearly all Blacks approve of Louis Farrakhan and Rev. Wright. Something I knew anyway by how rich those two are off a population that is small (12.5% of the population) and mostly ghetto (60% of Blacks are urban core, i.e. below the Fed Poverty line).

    So wake me up when Rosenbaum is outraged by Black support for Tawana Brawley, or Crystal Mangum. And their racial farce of made up rape claims against White guys. I guess Rosenbaum’s silence equals approval.

    If Democrats wanted me to care about Obama’s welfare (I don’t), they should have been silencing all those books, plays, and movies about the Assassination of GWB.

    Comment by whiskey — March 21, 2010 @ 8:43 pm | Reply

  11. When blacks apologize for cheering O.J. Simpson killing his white ex-wife on CNN (if his ex-wife had been black, you know damned well blacks wouldn’t have ‘cheered’), I’ll stop believing all Leftist ‘blacks’ are racists.

    RACISM of ALL kinds is EVIL, including the RACIST bullcrap buried in 0bamacare.

    Comment by Delia — March 21, 2010 @ 11:24 pm | Reply

  12. I wrote the following analysis of sicko/psycho Ron yesterday and he just proved my point. His “Silence = Approval” gambit is just him begging for comments. Therefore, on this and all future pitiful attempts by Ron to get attention, I’m going to remain silent.
    “I first became aware of Ron in January, when his lead sentence caught my eye. It was something like this: “I enjoyed (something last year) almost as much as I enjoyed the sputtering, ignorant commentators here” (Follow him long enough and you will notice how bland and repetitive his effluent is.)
    So, I dug a little deeper. That story, like most of his worthless work, received little attention, and few comments. I think that one topped out at a whopping 5! And, 2 were mine!
    So, I laughed back at Ron, for portraying himself so important, when in reality he is insanely jealous of the large following that serious and intelligent commentators like VDH receive here.
    Now, sick, demented little Ron thinks he has hit a goldmine. His Tea Party thread has brought him unheard of, and undeserved, fame.
    Why, he is up to a whopping 10 comments on this one! Way to Go Ron!!!! I am So Proud of you!

    Comment by Robert F — March 22, 2010 @ 4:01 am | Reply

  13. “Therefore, on this and all future pitiful attempts by Ron to get attention, I’m going to remain silent.”

    Yeah, I’m as done with this worthless troll as I am with Reuben. What Forrell says in on Forrell’s head and dime; me, I’d never heard of him.

    I don’t expect to hear of him again.

    Hell, there’s far worse people Obama’s good pals with, where’s Ron’s concern.

    Comment by Tom Perkins — March 22, 2010 @ 4:10 am | Reply

  14. Ron: I’ve figured it out: you’re Roger Simon’s sister Bernice’s kid–right?

    Comment by ahem — March 22, 2010 @ 6:28 am | Reply

  15. I just found out that Joseph Stalin had a bunch of people killed in Poland. I demand that Mr. Ron Rosenbaum repudiate the action. Silence equals approval. Note: I am still investigating other incidents in Cuba with Fidel and Che. I will let everyone know if Mr. Rosenbaum needs to repudiate them as well. 🙂

    Comment by Kipling — March 22, 2010 @ 7:14 am | Reply

  16. I would like to continue talking about this conversation. You keep using that word ‘Commentator’ I don’t think it means what you think it means.

    Comment by Don — March 22, 2010 @ 9:24 am | Reply

  17. Relax, Ron. The forces of good won. Kick back and celebrate!

    Comment by MonkeyShines — March 22, 2010 @ 9:49 am | Reply

  18. Ron, dude, you’re a frakkin one-trick pony….cept you don’t have much of a trick. Down a bottle of vodka a chill the frak out….you’re stressin out the liberals, even. Jeebus…what an a$$ you are.

    Comment by Faultolerant — March 22, 2010 @ 11:00 am | Reply

  19. Goodbye Ron. The vein-bulging, eye-popping, pants-filling fury was fun for awhile, but the thrill is gone. The left is so paranoid and choked with rage — check out Red State today for how the it wants to suppress dissent and how it’s doing it — that it has become repellent. So this sometime poster is checking out for good.

    Comment by Banjo — March 22, 2010 @ 11:47 am | Reply

  20. I’ll give you an opinion when they make it into a full length feature film. If it never gets that far, it just proves that the Twitter critter behind it is another democrat in disguise spewing crap for you and yours to rant over.

    Keep on fearfully touching that slab then running back to your cave, Ron, it may eventually grant you a means to defend youself from the prowling leftist liars and leave that dank cave you’re living in.

    have a nice day

    Comment by rashputin — March 22, 2010 @ 12:09 pm | Reply

  21. I’m conservative.

    Throw the idiot in the slammer. Any threat to assassinate a person because of political belief is terrorism and should lead to long prison sentences. Same goes with the a..holes that shouted racist comments yesterday during the demonstration.

    With that said Ron Rosenbaum is totally out of line to insinuate that Tea Party activist in general condones that kind of behavior. I don’t understand why people like Ron Rosenbaum needs to lie and exagerate to promote his political agenda.

    Comment by JL — March 22, 2010 @ 5:33 pm | Reply

  22. #21 JL:

    The reason why Rosenbaum is allowed freedom of speech is so that people can point to someone who has holes in his arguments larger than a train which is half a mile long.

    He makes errors. Other people can learn from the mistakes he makes.

    Which brings on a story of hockey. I can’t help it, I’m Canadian.

    When Viktor Tikhonov was the head coach of the Soviet Olympic Hockey team, and when weaker teams took part in Men’s hockey, he would be there, with his notepad, scribbling down the mistakes made by other teams.

    So, it is possible to learn from the mistakes
    of others.

    Comment by David W. Lincoln — March 22, 2010 @ 10:20 pm | Reply

  23. Ron,
    I think you got spittle on your keyboard.

    Comment by Old Soldier — March 23, 2010 @ 4:43 am | Reply

  24. Oh come off it, you hateful little man.

    Comment by El Gordo — March 23, 2010 @ 6:57 am | Reply

  25. Mr. Rosenbaum:
    “So let’s hear from you brave commenters. Silence equals approval.”

    Does it now?

    Then I speak out against your attempts through “guilt by Association”, to silence the voices of our fellow citizens to express their disapproval of the initiatives that their government is undertaking.

    The very LAST thing that any right-thinking conservative opponent of the Alleged Hawaiian would want is for him to be assassinated.

    We can defeat a man, we cannot defeat a martyr, which is what he would be in such an instance.

    If this tweeter made threats against the person holding the Office of POTUS, then let him be brought to justice quickly.

    Because part of his defense would likely be to challenge the Constitutional qualification of Barack Hussein Obama. Junior to hold such office, and thereby compel Obama to furnish proof of his natural-born citizenship.

    Something that he has so far refused to do.

    Comment by Bilgeman — March 23, 2010 @ 8:25 am | Reply

  26. Saul Alinsky disciples should never be ignored. Mr. Rosenbaum is one.

    I’ll answer as a Tea Party proponent. All forms of violence and physical threat should be condemned.

    Now gird up you loins and act like the brave soul you claim to be.

    Will you admit that Nancy Pelosi, upon carrying Bam Bam’s gavel through an aggrieved crowd, was demonstrating incredible hubris and assisting in inciting the building rage? Or are we just to excuse the arrogance demonstrated by the Left?

    What you’ll never admit to is that you are equally guilty in invoking possible violence with your own form of rhetoric and haughtiness as you so aptly demonstrate here.

    You should be condemned as a coward with a pen. I, for one, am glad that PJM provides you a forum to expose your cowardice.

    Comment by Tex Taylor — March 23, 2010 @ 9:08 am | Reply

  27. “Silence equals approval”

    No, nut job. Silence equals the reality that not all stupidity is worthy of comment.

    And lets be real about this article. Ron would LOVE IT if someone from the right did something like this. He dreams of it because it is exactly the weapon he wants in his malevolent culture war. He needs people to be victims.

    Comment by DaveT — March 23, 2010 @ 10:29 am | Reply

  28. By the way, just for the record…

    Mr. Rosenbaum hasn’t spoken out about the movie about the assassination of President Bush, therefore, by his own logic he must approve of assassinating Republican presidents.


    Comment by ConservativeWanderer — March 23, 2010 @ 3:45 pm | Reply

  29. Mr. Rosenbaum, How do you feel about the shooting of Rep. Cantor’s office by a leftist? Will you repudiate it? Remember, silence equals approval.

    Comment by Kipling — March 25, 2010 @ 5:58 pm | Reply

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