Thursday, August 27, 2009

Flyers Depicting "Teabaggers" as KKK Hanging Obama Found On Cars After Moran/Dean Town Hall in Reston

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UPDATE: No response from Restonian as to the URL found at the bottom of the flyer. Moe Lane at RedState (who linked here and to others picking up this story) has a copy of the original flyer found and a cached link to the URL, and it's a Leftist website.

In an unprecedented show of arrogance and disregard for the electorate, Democrats have called American citizens who dare to dissent from Obamacare unAmerican, a paid mob, political terrorists, brownshirts and Nazis, among others.

Now, opponents of socialized medicine and the Obama agenda are being depicted as Ku Klux Klan members who want to lynch Barack Obama. That's the message of this flyer which was found on cars outside the parking lot at South Lakes High School in Reston on Tuesday night, after the town hall meeting with Jim "I Like To Hit People" Moran and "Screamin'" Howard Dean.

Image and text from Restonian blog.

A number of people left last night's polite and information-packed "town hall" meeting in Reston to find these stuffed under their car windshields. We've cropped out the URL at the bottom to avoid giving these folks any more attention than they deserve.

The flyer was mentioned in the comments section of the Washington Examiner story on the town hall.
There were KKK flyers on the cars in the parking lot when we left. Why the hell does racism figure into this? Is it because the people opposed to health insurance reform don't have logical arguments at their disposal, and so they're just stuck with creating flyers designed to scare people?

I don't know what the URL was on the flyer, which Restonian was referring to, but the image is not a drawing by an opponent of Obama. Instead, it was drawn by a Leftist cartoonist in Washington DC, named Mike Flugennock.
What got me even more was their total ignorance of the causes and effects of events that happened before January 20, 2009 -- forgetting, for instance, that the current corporate bailout fiasco was pushed by George W. Bush (NOTE: Excuse me, Mr. Liberal idiot cartoonist, but conservatives, myself included, were strongly opposed to Bush's bailout last fall). Listening to the howls from the stage and checking out the composition of the crowd, it was as if the single reaction from the Teabagger Massmind boiled down to "OMFG, the President is a N1GG3R!" -- like the old-timer in Mel Brooks' Blazing Saddles, hollering from the top of the church steeple, "Here comes the new sherriff, and he's a big..." ...and it sure as hell didn't help any as their event was organized and staged by members of a well-known White Power band, Pokerface.

So, considering all this, I thought to myself, "Self, it's time you did a poster that announces the imminent arrival of the National Teabaggers' Convention coming to town on the 12th of September, and maybe inspire some of the local anarchists and antifascists to organize a little welcoming committee." So, I did.

I'm not sure who put the flyers on some of the cars at the town hall, but given the obvious origin of the flyer, (as well as a recent incident in Denver) I would not be at all surprised if someone within the liberal community in Reston, possibly a local Democrat Party/"Astroturfing for Obama" activist was behind placing this bigoted flyer on the car windows. Knowing from the last election of the mean-spirited, hateful nature of some who volunteer for the Hunter Mill area Democrat Party towards anyone who disagrees with them, I wouldn't put it past them. This is a slanderous lie based on tactics straight out of Saul Alinsky's playbook, intended to silence opposition to "Dear Leader" Obama. It is also a sign of their political desperation. They're losing the debate and thus resort to playing the race card, questioning our patriotism, silencing media critics and acts of vandalism nationwide.

I'd be interested to know also if Fairfax County Police might have been notified and if placing these flyers on cars would be considered a bias crime.

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