TEA PARTIERS YOU ARE THE HOPE FOR THE FUTURE

                    TEA PARTIERS YOU ARE THE HOPE FOR THE FUTURE

                                          By:  Edward P. Shallow

I preface this editorial by declaring Bill Clinton is no paragon of virtue, to the contrary; readers may recall in my editorial “Chinagate Revisited” I advised Bill Clinton and his White House associates solicited and accepted illegal foreign campaign contributions from Communist Chinese government and the Justice Department did virtually nothing to prosecute the massive lawbreaking of the president. Fundraiser Johnny Chung funneled hundreds of thousands of dollars from Chinese military intelligence to Bill Clinton’s 1996 campaign in exchange for military secrets.

In his best selling book. “The Savage Nation,” Michael Savage declared the secrets were the “jewels of our nuclear secrets.”

Given the fact Savage was not confronted with a lawsuit, one has to conclude his claim was

Authentic.

In a recent editorial on Bill Clinton playing politics with Timothy McVeigh, The Wall Street Journal asserts, Liberal Democrats and their friends in the media have tried just about everything to dismiss and discredit the tea party movement.  They have accused Americans who are anxious and angry about rapidly encroaching government of being racists, extremists, and pawns of a corporate “Astroturf” effort — and, now, potential Timothy McVeighs.

No less a figure than Bill Clinton seized on the occasion of the Oklahoma City bombing’s 15th anniversary to lecture tea-party activists, first in a speech last week, then in a Monday New York Times op-ed. In the piece, Clinton vilified the tea partiers advising them to be very careful not to advocate violence or cross the line.

Yet given the tea-party movement has been peaceful and law abiding, it’s hard to escape the conclusion that Mr. Clinton is engaging in a not so-subtle smear campaign.

Mr. Clinton’s effort to exploit the memory of Oklahoma City looks like a partisan cheap shot.  In his speech last week, the former President observed that, unlike the Boston Tea Party, “this fight is about taxation by duly, honestly elected representatives that you don’t happen to agree with, that you can vote out at the next election.” Our guess is that the next election is what he is afraid of.

Mr. Clinton, you proved you were without virtue in the Chinagate corruption and this unabashed attack on the true patriots of America sustains my supposition.

                   TEA PARTIERS YOU ARE THE HOPE FOR THE FUTURE

                                          By:  Edward P. Shallow

I preface this editorial by declaring Bill Clinton is no paragon of virtue, to the contrary; readers may recall in my editorial “Chinagate Revisited” I advised Bill Clinton and his White House associates solicited and accepted illegal foreign campaign contributions from Communist Chinese government and the Justice Department did virtually nothing to prosecute the massive lawbreaking of the president. Fundraiser Johnny Chung funneled hundreds of thousands of dollars from Chinese military intelligence to Bill Clinton’s 1996 campaign in exchange for military secrets.

In his best selling book. “The Savage Nation,” Michael Savage declared the secrets were the “jewels of our nuclear secrets.”

Given the fact Savage was not confronted with a lawsuit, one has to conclude his claim was

Authentic.

In a recent editorial on Bill Clinton playing politics with Timothy McVeigh, The Wall Street Journal asserts, Liberal Democrats and their friends in the media have tried just about everything to dismiss and discredit the tea party movement.  They have accused Americans who are anxious and angry about rapidly encroaching government of being racists, extremists, and pawns of a corporate “Astroturf” effort — and, now, potential Timothy McVeighs.

No less a figure than Bill Clinton seized on the occasion of the Oklahoma City bombing’s 15th anniversary to lecture tea-party activists, first in a speech last week, then in a Monday New York Times op-ed. In the piece, Clinton vilified the tea partiers advising them to be very careful not to advocate violence or cross the line.

Yet given the tea-party movement has been peaceful and law abiding, it’s hard to escape the conclusion that Mr. Clinton is engaging in a not so-subtle smear campaign.

Mr. Clinton’s effort to exploit the memory of Oklahoma City looks like a partisan cheap shot.  In his speech last week, the former President observed that, unlike the Boston Tea Party, “this fight is about taxation by duly, honestly elected representatives that you don’t happen to agree with, that you can vote out at the next election.” Our guess is that the next election is what he is afraid of.

Mr. Clinton, you proved you were without virtue in the Chinagate corruption and this unabashed attack on the true patriots of America sustains my supposition.

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