A real danger

by Datechguy | April 23rd, 2009

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A real danger

Via lgf, Gate­way pun­dit a bit of a dan­ger sign con­cern­ing the Ron Paul sup­port­ers and the teaparties:

Cit­ing the impor­tance of the tax­payer move­ment in Cal­i­for­nia, Cal­i­for­nia Repub­li­can Party Chair­man Ron Nehring today strongly con­demned the use of anti-​Semitic mate­r­ial used to pro­mote the recent April 15 TEA party in San Mateo County.

The tax­payer move­ment is incred­i­bly impor­tant for Cal­i­for­nia, and we applaud the suc­cess of the tea par­ties that took place across the state on April 15. Because we remain intensely inter­ested in the growth and suc­cess of the main­stream tax­payer move­ment, we strongly con­demn the use of anti-​Semitic imagery in the pro­mo­tion of the recent event in San Mateo County.

Ron Paul has sev­eral good points in terms of small gov­ern­ment and unnec­es­sary spend­ing, how­ever that doesn’t and can’t jus­tify anti-​semitic garbage like this.

I am very pleased that the Cal­i­for­nia GOP jumped on this to hit it. The group in gen­eral issued this response:

Anti-​semitism is too real, not to men­tion despi­ca­ble, to be charged lightly, and Mr. Nehring’s reac­tionary charge is regret­table. It amounts to an unjus­ti­fied smear of Dr. Paul and the peo­ple who sup­port him.

One irony in this mat­ter can­not be over­looked. A large, grow­ing con­tin­gent of Ron Paul sup­port­ers has been elected to Repub­li­can County Cen­tral Com­mit­tees through­out Cal­i­for­nia. By indi­rectly smear­ing them, Mr. Nehring harms his own party.

I would be a lot more con­vinced of their group’s good inten­tions if the spot where the car­toon appeared wasn’t sud­denly made pri­vate. This looks a lot like the dis­abling of com­ments on Huff Po when­ever a per­son of the right is sick or dies. Gotta hide the hate.

Like the Larouche groups the Pau­lians are going to do their best to co-​op the tea party move­ment. If they want to join in tax protests that’s fine, after all they pay taxes just like every­body else. If they want to argue the US spends too much money on for­eign wars that is a legit­i­mate debat­able issue. The idea that this is a big Jew­ish con­spir­acy is not. If the Pau­lians want to advance an anti-​semitic agenda and use the tea party protests as their vehi­cle, we must respect­fully decline their company.

I expect the media to jump on this hard, in fact I am shocked that it already isn’t’ being reported.

Via lgf, Gateway pundit a bit of a danger sign concerning the Ron Paul supporters and the teaparties:

Citing the importance of the taxpayer movement in California, California Republican Party Chairman Ron Nehring today strongly condemned the use of anti-Semitic material used to promote the recent April 15 TEA party in San Mateo County.

“The taxpayer movement is incredibly important for California, and we applaud the success of the tea parties that took place across the state on April 15. Because we remain intensely interested in the growth and success of the mainstream taxpayer movement, we strongly condemn the use of anti-Semitic imagery in the promotion of the recent event in San Mateo County.

Ron Paul has several good points in terms of small government and unnecessary spending, however that doesn’t and can’t justify anti-semitic garbage like this.

I am very pleased that the California GOP jumped on this to hit it. The group in general issued this response:

Anti-semitism is too real, not to mention despicable, to be charged lightly, and Mr. Nehring’s reactionary charge is regrettable. It amounts to an unjustified smear of Dr. Paul and the people who support him.

One irony in this matter cannot be overlooked. A large, growing contingent of Ron Paul supporters has been elected to Republican County Central Committees throughout California. By indirectly smearing them, Mr. Nehring harms his own party.

I would be a lot more convinced of their group’s good intentions if the spot where the cartoon appeared wasn’t suddenly made private. This looks a lot like the disabling of comments on Huff Po whenever a person of the right is sick or dies. Gotta hide the hate.

Like the Larouche groups the Paulians are going to do their best to co-op the tea party movement. If they want to join in tax protests that’s fine, after all they pay taxes just like everybody else. If they want to argue the US spends too much money on foreign wars that is a legitimate debatable issue. The idea that this is a big Jewish conspiracy is not. If the Paulians want to advance an anti-semitic agenda and use the tea party protests as their vehicle, we must respectfully decline their company.

I expect the media to jump on this hard, in fact I am shocked that it already isn’t’ being reported.

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