Friends, I don’t have many words to say here when it comes to this leftist-loon, clueless wonder, idiot deluxe…I’m hoping you will do so after I post this report. After reading this earlier today all I could do is shake my head in wonderment wondering how in the world do these type of people, who should be behind bars as far as I’m concerned manage to get any TV time whatsoever? There is no shame with people on the left, let alone embarrassment regarding what they’ve done in the past. Nope….they always get a pass and put on some kind of a phony pedestal from the leftist-loons in Boob-Tube Land…as long as they think said person will help achieve any agenda the left-wing has planned for the rest of the nation. They will fail…fools all to think tripe like Spitzer and the pathetic garbage he spews will go anywhere…period. In fact friends, these fools will not only fail…this BS will backfire on all of them big time, just wait until November!
This is via TB:
Former disgraced governor of New York and “Viewpoint” host Eliot Spitzer wants to know why the Tea Party movement continues to pick up steam, while liberal ideology sputters — even though the latter is “absolutely bulletproof logically.”
While the answer may seem obvious enough to some, Spitzer explained his theory on his Current TV show Monday — and no, it’s not because the United States of America was founded on conservative principles or because extreme liberalism and progressivism turns everything it touches into rubble.
Spitzer says the Left has been unable to effectively communicate its message to voters.
“On health care, on markets, on regulating Wall Street — We have an argument that is absolutely bulletproof logically and yet we are not persuading the public. Why?,” Spitzer pondered.
While our readers probably have a myriad of answers for him, the show’s guest Thomas Frank, columnist for Harper’s Magazine and author of “Pity the Billionaire,” told Spitzer it’s because of people like Glenn Beck.
“This is the biggest problem facing liberalism in my view: I mean you’ve watched over the course of our lifetimes, watched this movement shrink and basically almost die because you go to a place like Wichita, Kansas, and our message isn’t there,” Frank explained.
What voices are there, according to Frank? “It’s Rush Limbaugh, it’s Glenn Beck, it’s the Tea Party movement.” While it’s hard to tell if his comments were more of a knock on the state of Kansas or Beck and Limbaugh, either way the argument seems nonsensical.
“We let the Tea Party grab the anger, the animus and the venom when it should’ve been ours, and you know why?,” he asked. “We were chicken, we were afraid, we were lilly-livered, had no backbone, no spine, the Democratic party that was owned and bought by wall street.”
Then denying that the Tea Party movement was a grassroots effort, Frank argued that “these guys,” likely meaning the rich, created the movement to serve their own self-interests.
Some would argue that the American people’s resentment towards their federal government is not for sale. Resentment manifests itself when the people sense that their government is out of control and is no longer representing the people who elected its officials in the first place.
Watch Spitzer and his guest try to figure out why liberalism just isn’t sticking, courtesy of Current TV:
Friends…our power just went out, again…obviously it came back on but I have to hurry and see if I can get this posted before it may go out for hours if you know what I mean – just add your thoughts regarding all of this and post what your message would be to these clueless wonders that continue to wear those rose-colored glasses!
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