Imitation can be the sincerest form of flattery. This isn't one of those times.
Liberals in many ways reminds me of Chinese companies. What I mean by that is that liberals are great at copying off others that are original but never the innovators of things original themselves. Liberals had their "One Nation Working Together Rally" today. The organizers swore up and down that their rally was in no way a response to Glen Beck's "Restore America's Honor" Rally that was held last month. Here are some comments from a liberal activist who attended the One Nation Rally. Cherly Albright is a community health advocate from West Warwick Rhode Island. She claims "We're fired up, and we're fighting for jobs and justice."We believe this is the real America. Look at all the diversity," she said. "This is not like the Tea Party. They call themselves the real America; we're the real America, too". If I didn't know better, I would swore she was making some sort of racial comparison to the Tea Party rallies to her rally. That couldn't be right, because I know liberals can't be the great exploiters of the issue of race. I need to work on my sarcasm. In typical liberal fashion, the left only wants to see "diversity", when the diversity favors their ideology. When the diversity is opposed to their ideology, then their blinders come on and they ignore the diversity they claim to champion or simply dismiss the diversity of race as mere "tokens" or "race traitors".
If I attended this knock off rally and was able to interview Ms. Albright "my way", I would have gotten her real thoughts on what she considers diversity and what she doesn't. The Glen Beck rally had in attendance over five hundred thousand people. The remarkable aspect of Beck's rally was that the rally had "one centralized theme". It was more about faith then then anything else. It wasn't about politics. The liberal "One Nation" rally was all about politics,had way far "fewer" people in attendance, and the attendees represented several hundred different causes. In other words, the rally wasn't a "unified message" rally. Over 400 different far left organizations were in attendance, while the Glen Beck rally didn't have any in attendance. The One Nation rally had groups representing
Animal Rights Groups
Fake Civil Rights Groups-NAACP
Communist Party USA
Socialist Party America
Anti Capitalist Groups
Anti War Activists
Pro Palestinian-Anti Israel Groups
Pro Illegal Alien Open Border Activists
Gay Marriage Activists
These are the people who helped get Obama elected, yet he didn't show up to address his loyal flock. He had better plans like heading to Camp David. I guess they weren't worthy of his appearance. I didn't really know how badly the Tea Party movement has gotten under the left's skin until I read the remarks from Ben Jealous. Mr. Jealous is the Chairman of the NAALCP and was also in attendance. He said to CNN "the "One Nation" movement is not "the alternative to the Tea Party, we're the antidote to the Tea Party." CNN referred to the One Nation rally as being a gathering of "liberal activists". This backs up completely what I've been saying about the National Asscoiation for the Advancement of Liberal Colored People for almost 10 years now. The NAACP is nothing more then a liberal democratic shill organization. The NAACP's mission if I recall was suppose to be about fighting discrimination and racism in America. I thank Mr. Jealous for proving to many people that really their founding mission has long since ceased. The questions I would have loved to have asked Mr. Jealous in an interview would have been
1. Why are you singling out the Tea Party movement, when you said that the overall Tea Party movement isn't racist
2. Where you lying when you said that?
3. Why would you claim that the One Rally is the "antidote" to the Tea Party rallies, when you said that the Tea Party movement wasn't racist in nature?
4. How does the Tea Party movement presents a threat to blacks in America? If the answer is there is no threat, then why are you Mr. Jealous as the leader of the NAACP focusing on them from a racial perspective?
Good luck in waiting for CNN to ask Mr. Jealous those types of questions. These were some of the slogan banners liberal activists showed at the rally.
The Left is What's Right
Stop Racism Now
We March for Hope Not Hate
Proud to be a Democrat
Stand with Obama
Silence GOP Lies
No Cuts to Social Security
Axis of Ignorance - Tea Party, Republicans, Fox News."
If the left wasn't so dangerous, I would probably feel sorry for their vast depths of ignorance after laughing at them. That's was went on in loonyville.