Ron Rosenbaum, Writer

March 26, 2010

Happy About This Tea Partiers?

Filed under: Uncategorized — ronrosenbaumwriter @ 4:04 pm

The ignorant rage that you incite almost killed a ten year old girl. Read this and tell me you feel proud of the way you incite the unstable with your recklesss ignorant rage. Is your hatred of Obama worth a child’s life? Come to your senses if you have, or had, any before you have blood on your hands.

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14 Comments »

  1. First you fail at linking… or something your just epic fail.

    2nd since clearly you have no stated your against the attempted murder and threats against repubs you support these actions.

    I will be mailing letters to these groups in your name telling them you approve of they’re actions.

    Comment by robotech master — March 26, 2010 @ 4:36 pm | Reply

  2. http://www.wkrn.com/global/story.asp?s=12208009

    Comment by Fred Mecklenburg — March 26, 2010 @ 5:26 pm | Reply

  3. O! The humanity!

    Ron is ruddy hilarious. OK, not hilarious, but I couldn’t resist. I’m still trying to figure out how the guy was so certain it was because of his bumper sticker… sounds like he slammed on his brakes and caused an accident and got rear-ended. That sounds like he may be criminally negligent with the safety of his daughter. At least I’ll admit that’s all speculative. Without actually being there it’s impossible to tell what actually happened. Asserting the somewat preposterous version presented is the truth is unreasonable. Suggesting this says ANYTHING about the patriotic opposition to Obama’s radical agenda is not only an unhinged stretch, it’s deeply, malignantly dishonest.

    Still it’s kinda fun watching Ron blow his gaskets every day trotting out the latest Media Matters agitprop. Clinging to his hatred – the poor pinko didn’t even get to savor the Radical Left’s recent subversion of America. Awwwww.

    Comment by Morton Doodslag — March 26, 2010 @ 8:09 pm | Reply

  4. Hmm… so Ron why not something like this?

    http://pajamasmedia.com/rogerlsimon/2010/03/24/open-letter-to-majority-leader-steny-hoyer/

    A big open letter where you make your case, name names.

    Take your argument right to the Tea Party enablers. As you so often claim to do.

    Won’t somebody think of the children?

    Comment by Jack — March 26, 2010 @ 8:21 pm | Reply

  5. Rule 11: Pick the target, freeze it, personalize it, polarize it. Don’t try to attack abstract corporations or bureaucracies. Identify a responsible individual. Ignore attempts to shift or spread the blame.

    According to Alinsky, the main job of the organizer is to bait an opponent into reacting. “The enemy properly goaded and guided in his reaction will be your major strength.”

    *yawn*

    Comment by Delia — March 27, 2010 @ 1:57 am | Reply

  6. It gets worse, now we have New Hampshire politicians saying that two nukes wasn’t enough for Japan and bragging about the joys of hunting down, with guns, political opponents.

    What can you expect from a state that has the dangerously violent motto of “Live Free or Die”?

    http://www.riehlworldview.com/carnivorous_conservative/2010/03/nh-dem-likes-to-shoot-conservative-republicans.html

    How’s that for your narrative?

    And as an aside. Would the “shut up democracy worked” fly if the Republicans passed legislation on a bare partlyline vote, after doing numerous shady deals, questionable procedures, and nontransparent accounting, passed this hypothetical bill despite a steady majority public opposition?

    In such a case would you be smearing that batch of protests for being crybabies? If not why not?

    Comment by Jack — March 27, 2010 @ 4:52 am | Reply

  7. Current comment tally for VDH and dear old pal Ron:

    First VDH:
    93, 367, 170 & 327

    Now Ron’s impressive tally:
    6, 2 (Yes! A Whopping 2!!), 28, & (Drumroll, please!) 29!!
    You are slipping, Ron. I really thought you were going to surpass your previous 8%. Instead, you are falling below 7%.
    Even the trolls don’t waste their time on you.

    Comment by Robert F — March 27, 2010 @ 5:18 am | Reply

  8. Ron, nowhere in this article does it mention the tea party movement. The person in the SUV could have been someone who was mad because President Obama didn’t Pull out of Iraq immediately or shut down Gitmo. Maybe they didn’t get a political appointment after working for his campaign or feel he didn’t do enough to protect the now defunct ACORN. Please, do some research before posting. Google is your friend.

    Comment by James S. — March 27, 2010 @ 5:43 am | Reply

  9. Good Grief Ron! Google! Of course you have to sift through all the lefty blogs who are turning a drunk driving incident into an anti-tea party frenzy.

    http://the44diaries.wordpress.com/

    You’ll have to scroll down. It’s a bit below the top of the page.

    Of course, all the lefty blogs are leaving out the complete set of charges:

    Weisiger is charged with two counts of reckless endangerment, driving under the influence, refusing to take a breath test, and leaving the scene of an accident.

    Ron, for the record. I don’t think you are a coward for this. You’re just lazy.

    Comment by James S. — March 27, 2010 @ 5:55 am | Reply

  10. Ron Rosenbaum – editor and troll. Got to find something or someone to demonize so you can keep the eyes off the disaster called BombaCare.

    Ron, did anybody ever tell you your picture closely resembles the more gristled Charlie Manson latter days? Kind of a meth induced psychosis look.

    Anyway, this is kind of fun. Every class room growing up had a classroom clown everyone loved to hate on – a kid that would do and say anything to get attention.

    Comment by Tex Taylor — March 27, 2010 @ 6:24 am | Reply

  11. Of course, this is what our elites want: one of our leading public intellectuals goes nuts over a fender bender. May I suggest that Ron notice that the recent Treasury bill auction was a bust, with interest rates rising by 12% to compel sales and that companies like AT&T and Verizon are taking huge pre-tax charges against their future obligations under the health care bill? The problem is that late market capitalism with its government socialist enablers is whipsawing both the TPeers and the Kos Krowd, people whose anger is justified, yet misplaced. The world operates on a dysfunctional system of double books: debt ridden governments and tax avoiding international corporations. When the next collapse comes, somehow these two entities will be fused into a fascist monolith or a communitarian world democracy. So that Nancy Pelosi will be the Speaker of the Verizon States of America or Hu Yin Tao will be the CFO of Chase China. And the minutemen of the left and right shall be virtual prisoners in the domes of IPad, somewhere deep in Orwell’s arid desert.

    Comment by charlie finch — March 27, 2010 @ 9:07 am | Reply

  12. The New York Times just posted the following headline, “The fact that most Tea Partiers Have Lost Their Jobs Suggests that the Movement May not Survive An Improvement in the Economy”. Ron, may I respectfully suggest that you parse the deep cynicism in such a remark?

    Comment by charlie finch — March 27, 2010 @ 10:08 am | Reply

  13. The amazing part is Ron’s continued reluctance to deal with the elephant in the room.

    For a man with an ax to grind against a movement that he thinks will cause deaths (be it through disease or violence and could even harm the President) you’d think he’d address the Tea Party enabling going on right on this site.

    It’s likely that PJM editorial policy prevents editors from getting into flame wars, so… Ron’d just have to avoid his preferred style of base insults.

    But still, Ron could air his grievances, directly. It could go something like this:

    ———

    Dear Roger L. Simon and Pajamas Media Editorial staff:

    Regretfully, I am here to disagree with PJM editorial policy. The practice of uniformly and blindly supporting anything the Tea Party does goes against journalistic standards and common sense. It is troubling to see this organization give total support to a group that can accurately be described as angry mobs with metaphorical pitchforks, especially when every day it seems to get closer and closer to dropping the metaphorical qualifier.

    Roger L. Simon’s own experience in the civil rights movement should warn him the risks that too much emotionalism and radicalism can have in any movement, even those with the most noble sounding goals. His experience with the Black Panthers and their breakfast programs shows how an extremely questionable group can get support from the intelligentsia and media through some good, or good appearing, works.

    I do not want to see this organization taken in and then enabling a movement that can easily be hijacked and be taken over by violent anti-government forces. We are already seeing the poisonous effect of excess anger on the political debate.

    ——

    See! It’s not that hard.

    Is Ron incapable of making a civil, coherent statement of values towards his “Tea Party Enabler” coworkers and challenge them for their support of a movement he clearly finds reprehensible and dangerous?

    Is Ron limited to finding various outrages and making emotional arguments (Won’t somebody think of the children / the poor?) and base insults?

    I suppose it is easier for Ron to stay the course. He doesn’t even have to put in hyperlinks.

    Comment by Jack — March 27, 2010 @ 1:30 pm | Reply

  14. This is an article from a professional journalist / columnist? Something a five-year-old would say.

    Comment by Old Soldier — March 29, 2010 @ 10:26 am | Reply


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