Thursday, December 2, 2010

Progressivevik Hypocrisy Alert!

From the silly gooses at the HuffingtonandPuffington Post:


'The Liberal Clause': David Hedrick, Failed Congressional Candidate, Pens Children's Tea Party Christmas Book

The Huffington Post
Nick Wing First Posted: 12- 1-10 08:34 AM
Updated: 12- 1-10 09:23 AM

David Hedrick, a Tea Partier who launched an eventually unsuccessful run for Congress after achieving viral fame for a combative tirade at a town hall meeting in the summer of 2009, is supposedly out to save Christmas from Barack Obama with a new Tea Party children's book.

From the advance looks at the publication, "The Liberal Clause," looks to pick up in the same vein that his rant against retiring Rep. Brian Baird (D-Wash.) left off.

In 2009, Hedrick vehemently charged that Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi should be checking her sleeve for Nazi insignia. Now, he's toning down his message for a younger audience by telling a holiday tale of a socialist Santa, Barry "The Liberal Claus" Obama -- who is possibly not actually born in the North Pole -- and his diminutive companion "Elf Peloosi." From what he provides on the site, it looks like we can expect appearances by "Mr. Snore" (Al Gore), a Glenn Beck-watching family, Stalin, Hugo Chavez, and at least one hippie, among others.

Here's how Fox News describes the plot (caution: may contain spoilers):

Liberal Claus forces the elves to unionize, bails out the sled industry with town money, and stipulates that all children be given the same amount of toys, no matter if they've been naughty or nice.

He cites a "liberal clause" in the town's "Christmatution" that allows him to get away with all of this - along with trying to control "elf-made global warming" and forcing townsfolk to attend a church presided over by a "Reverend Blight."

In the end, one little girl defends the Christmastution and saves the town from Liberal Claus' takeover - by unplugging his teleprompter.

Fox News also reports that Hedrick's book has gotten him booked for a Christmas episode of Comedy Central's "The Daily Show."

Sasha Brown-Worsham at the Stir blog points out that this newly decided children's author is the same man who stood before a couple hundred people last summer and angrily yelled for a U.S. congressman to "stay away from my kids." Now, Hedrick is encouraging other people's kids to read a politically charged book sprinkled with some of the most controversial beliefs of the Tea Party and "birther" movements.

Also complicating matters is the fact that Hedrick is still in the midst of a legal proceeding for allegedly assaulting his wife.

The book costs $19.95, and every copy of it will come signed by Hedrick himself.


You know, I could go in a thousand directions with this one. My brain is swimming in a sea of chaos. If I'm not careful, I'll be sitting in a corner mumbling to myself about how two and two make five. Yeah, this one's that much of a slam dunk.

All we go...


To my friends on the Religious Right, I apologize for my heathen outburst, but I didn't get that off my chest, I would have died from a brain anuerysm. (My blood pressure went up to the national debt over our government's unpaid liabilities, 13 trillion over 100 trillion.) With all that's been said and done by the Authoritarian Left to indoctrinate our children, I can't believe they have the unmitigated gall to complain about the Liberal Clause. It just doesn't compute. It's like the Ministry of Truth has washed away the last couple of decades of the horror that we call the public school system in the United States.

For example, in Mona Charen's Do-Gooders :


"When the World War II memorial was dedicated in Washington D.C., on Memorial Day 2004, the Washington Post ran a story about what high school students knew about the war. Tiffany Charles, a B student, was typical. She could not name the president who served during World War II, nor could she name a single battle or any general. But she is quite aware the United States interned Japanese-Americans during the war. Of seventy-six students surveyed by the Post, 66 pecent knew about the Japanese-American internment but only 33 percent could name even one American general."


I'm willing to bet my manhood that Tiffany Charles wasn't taught that Americans of Italian and German descent were also thrown Franklin Dictator Roosevelt's concentrat- er, uh,-internment camps. I'm also willing to bet Tiffany Charles learned all about how the military was segregated at the time, but never did learn who segregated it in the first place. (Quick, Beck fans! Who was it ? Why, that was Woodrow Wilson, the patron saint of Progressivikism!) "Who controls the past controls the future, Who controls the present controls the past", indeed. Unfortunately for America, the "who" in that famous Orwell quote has been the Progressiveviks who run our public school system for far too long.

We could go on and on, with the spooky Chairman Obama campaign song sung by children. ("We're going to spread happiness, we're gonna spread freedom. Obama's gonna change it, Obama's gonna lead 'em. We're gonna change it. And rearrange it. We're gonna change the world.") or the "Mmmm! Mmmm! Mmmm! Barack Hussein Obama" song that New Jersey kindergartners sang. We could also take trip down Memory Hole lane and reminisce about the Tides Foundation and their charming little socialist indoctrination video, The Story of Stuff, which was shown to children all over the country without parental consent or knowledge, but personally, I don't think that's healthy for you or me.

Here's the bottom line: Those who live in glass eco-houses shouldn't throw stones.

God help us all.

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