Freedom Watch: ‘Tea Party Summit’ With The Judge

I am so glad to see more libertarians on the screen these days, and am thrilled to post Judge Napolitano’s initial FreedomWatch show on a major cable news station.

The Judge definitely has the right focus for today’s initial show where he asks the question of whether social conservatives like Sarah Palin can find common ground with strict Constitutionalists like Dr. Rand Paul and Dr. Ron Paul, and how this will effect the November elections.

Please feel free to allow Ed Rendell’s lies about tea party attendance roll right off your back like water off a duck.  He is just doing his masters’ bidding and attempting to influence people’s thinking that the tea party movement is just a small, fringe element that can’t do any harm.  Let them; the quiet time is now, they will hear the roar in November.

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Ed Rendell: MSM Has Given The Tea Parties Too Much Credit (VIDEO)(UPDATED)

Ed Rendell: MSM Has Given The Tea Parties Too Much Credit (VIDEO)(UPDATED)

D.C. Code Red Rally, 3.20.2010

We are back to “you don’t exist”.

You can be as pissed at Ed as you want, (in fact I would love for Pennsylvania to fire him ASAP), but don’t get all twisted up because he is just doing his master’s bidding by trying to keep you occupied with proving that you exist instead of getting candidates with American (not European NWO) values elected.  Ignore the spin, move forward, educate your family and neighbors.

Currently, his orders appear to include arguing that 1,000 people showed up for the Code Red Rally on 3.20.2010 and 1,500 showed up for the Tax Day Tea Party in D.C.  He clearly is losing the spin with the hosts of Fox and Friends so must switch to using the semantics of being a Tea Party Patriot versus those agreeing with the Tea Party Movement when it comes to Scott Brown, Marco Rubio, other candidates that have surged, and the reports of Americans who side with the tea party movement according to Rasmussen Reports.


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