If you have seen the movie 300, then you know that King Leonidas and his Spartan Warriors were not so much defeated by the legions of Xerxes, as they were betrayed by a fellow Spartan. Traitors and Infiltrators are a brutal fact of life. It’s one of those area’s in life, where, at best, the movies copy real life rather accurately. In the recent movie, “Olympus has Fallen” an infiltrator works his way into a position of trust within the South Korean Government while another does so within the Whitehouse.
Their treachery nearly causes a World War. History is likewise replete with stories of traitors in very high positions betraying their own people. Benedict Arnold is a perfect example of just such a highly placed and trusted individual betraying his own people. Sadly Infiltrators and traitors are not just the stuff of history or the movies. They are a genuine real fact of life.
American politics is choking to death on infiltrators and traitors, they work their way into positions of power and trust for the purpose of sabotaging from the inside. Today, many infiltrators are pretending to be Conservative journalist or pundits, in reality, they are Liberal/Marxists working to move the Republican Conservative base to the left of the political spectrum. Here is an example of how those infiltrators work.
It took a tea party insurrection that disabled the federal government and wrecked the Republican brand, but after months of handwringing, establishment Republicans are preparing to attack ultra-conservative ideologues across red America.
From Alabama to Alaska, the center-right, business-oriented wing of the Republican Party is gearing up for a series of skirmishes that it hopes can prevent the 2014 mid-term election from turning into another missed opportunity. But this will not be a coordinated operation. It will be messy, ugly, and prone to backfiring. And if the comeback succeeds, it will be in fits and starts, most likely culminating in the selection of a presidential nominee in 2016.
“Hopefully we’ll go into eight to 10 races and beat the snot out of them,” said former Rep. Steve LaTourette of Ohio, whose new political group, Defending Main Street, aims to raise $8 million to fend off tea party challenges against more mainstream Republican incumbents. “We’re going to be very aggressive and we’re going to get in their faces.”
The caterwauling over the GOP brand ramped up after President Obama’s re-election and a handful of setbacks in the Senate before hitting full screech as the country hurtled toward default. For some Republicans, the time for soul-searching is over. “This is a battle we have to fight,” said Republican consultant John Feehery, a former adviser to top Republican leaders on Capitol Hill. “We can’t just lie down and let this happen.”
Tactics being discussed among Republican strategists, donors, and party leaders include running attack ads against tea party candidates for Congress; overthrowing Ron Paul’s libertarian acolytes dominating the Iowa and Minnesota state parties; promoting open primaries over nominating conventions, like the ones that produced Republican hardliners like Virginia gubernatorial candidate Ken Cuccinelli and shutdown-instigator Mike Lee of Utah; and countering political juggernauts Heritage Action, the Club for Growth, and FreedomWorks that target Republican incumbents who have consorted with Democrats.
LaTourette’s Defending Main Street group has identified its first project: defending Rep. Mike Simpson of Idaho. The Club for Growth threw its support to a tea-party challenger, Bryan Smith, because Simpson backed the $700 million Wall Street bailout, raising the debt ceiling, and a budget deal that staved off last year’s “fiscal cliff” crisis.
Defending Main Street also is keeping an eye on other House Republicans who have drawn the wrath of the Club for Growth, including Aaron Schock and Adam Kinzinger of Illinois and Shelley Moore Capito of West Virginia, who is running for the Senate.
But there are many more races drawing the attention of Republican insiders who fear the tea party – and the public’s growing distaste for the movement – is jeopardizing GOP control of the House and a potential Senate takeover. Consider:
Beth Reinhard is a Liberal Marxist propaganda artist pretending to be a Journalist. That she writes blatantly obvious propaganda of this nature is no surprise to anyone with two functional brain cells. That so many supposedly Conservative bloggers, pundits and policy wonks insist on quoting her as though she were objectively reporting facts is what is both surprising and disturbing.
it’s the kind of thing that should be a clue that there are infiltrators in your midst. Kind of like the clue Sam Becket finds in Quantum Leap when he finds a Navy Seal Radio tuned to 47.30 megahertz. At the time it strikes him as odd, but he doesn’t think anything of it. Only later when he discovers that the Vietcong are using that frequency to communicate does he realize that he and his squad are being lead into an ambush.
Here is a clue for the average Conservative Republican, it’s like Sam finding that radio tuned to 47.30 megahertz, the Democrats and the Fifth Column Treasonous Media absolutely hate the TEA Party Conservatives. Now the GOP Leadership are preparing to wag a civil war against the TEA Party Conservatives. Ask yourself this, if knowing how much the Democrats and the Fifth Column Treasonous Media hate the TEA Party Conservatives, why would the GOP Leadership also hate and want to wage war on 1/3 to 1/2 of their own Base?
The answer is and has been staring you in the face for almost 4 years. The answer is as ugly as it gets, it’s the same brutal painful truth General George Washington was forced to face when his good friend and trusted General Benedict Arnold attempted to betray him. The Republican Base is being betrayed by it’s own so called leadership, for much the same pathetic reason that Benedict Arnold attempted to betray General George Washington.
The members of the TEA Party are not terrorists, they are not Taliban extremists, what they are is average American citizens who are fed up with the corruption flowing out of Mordor on the Potomac.
For Sale; 1 Congress, 1 million Dollars or best offer…
Corruption that the republican Leadership are every bit as compliant in as the Democrats. Sarah Plain had a reputation in Alaska for fighting exactly that kind of corruption, whether in the Democrat Party or in her own Republican Party, that’s why the Democrats, the Fifth Column Treasonous Media and even John McCains own people had to destroy her. it’s why Speaker John Boehner found it necessary to purge the GOP Leadership of all TEA Party members from any powerful committees. Because what the TEA Party people want, is to bring about an end to the culture of corruption that permeates Mordor on the Potomac. John Boenher, Mitch McConnell, John McCain and the other powerful members of the Republican Party Leadership have made far to much money working the corrupt system to allow the TEA Party to come in and bring an end to their gravy-train.
So now, like Benedict Arnold the GOP Leadership is attempting to betray the TEA Party. They are doing so in the hopes of retaining their positions of power, positions from which they have looted America’s treasuries for their own personal profit.