Sensing that a "rebellion is brewing" is not equal to advocating a rebellion. But all one has to do is look at the national reporting - liberal and conservative - to see that a great amount of civil unrest is percolating over the policies of the Obama administration and the President's heavy-handed "pen and phone" method of legislating and enforcing (NOT) the laws of this nation.
Tying the GOP to the Turner Diaries is one tactic the left uses to change the subject and distract from what is going on with the Obama administration in Washington. They will always play the race card whenever possible, because it is so difficult to defend against. I'm surprised that the Dems haven't crafted legislation to change the name of the First Family's home to the "Black House" - claiming that the moniker "White House" is racist.
Sorry Sebe, but the proof is definitely in the pudding on this one. They exist in Bobby Jindal's own words endorsing a 'hostile take-over' of D.C. Those are not my words. And they are in the primary 'plot' of the TURNER DIARIES.
It's not a tactic of the Left if it emanates from a direct quote from the Right's camp. Republican Conservatives have longed played to the baser instincts of the human condition.
This ain't National Enquirer 'gossip' about feuding Democrat families. That stuff, (like the blog above this one) is worthy of a tabloid pedigree.
This is just the latest glaring example of the reckless danger inherent within the Tea Party 'movement.' The words 'hostile take-over' essentially are a prelude to their Mein Kampf.
It invokes and stokes the embers of violence that reside in people. Same as the TURNER DIARIES.
@Jimmy-I agree. I watched the hate speech. He used buzz words to stir up the Republican/Tea-party base. The Republicans have nothing to run on so they make up scandals and stir up their base.
No matter how you try to put words in his mouth, Jindal DID NOT "endorse" a hostile takeover of D.C. Predicting is not endorsing.
But you invoked the correct publication and mindset: The National Enquirer would be proud.
"Republicans have nothing to run on so they make up scandals and stir up their base."
*Is the deaths of scores of veterans and the manipulation of VA medical facility wait lists a "made up scandal?"
*Is the use of the IRS to attack political opponents by denying them basic rights and privileges afforded to Obama's friendlies a "made up scandal?"
*Is the fact that Obama's Justice Department secretly subpoenaed the private phone records of several Associated Press reporters and editors in the wake of a terrorist plot leak a "made up scandal?"
*Can even the possibility that the Obama administration covered up gross incompetence resulting in the deaths of a U.S. Ambassador and three other U.S. personnel in order to provide political cover for the President less than 60 days before his re-election day a “made up scandal?”
*Is the fact that as a matter of United States policy, our National Security Agency spied on private communications around the world without any real strategic justification a "made up scandal?"
*Is a misguided foreign policy which resulted in trading a probable U.S. deserter for five terrorists hell-bent on the destruction of the American way of life a “made up scandal?”
*Is the fact that the President of the United States and his Justice Department pick and choose which laws they enforce - in clear violation of their oaths of office - a "made up scandal?"
Come, on……stop drinking the Kool-Aid and watching MSNBC. Come back to reality and join the rest of us.
@Sebe. I know it is a hard pill to swallow for those involved in a political jihad against BHO, day in day out. But, the fact is a Conservative Republican Governor, Bobby Jindal, intentionally used inflammatory language when he addressed the Faith and Freedom crowd, with the words:"... people are ready for a hostile takeover of Washington D.C....et.al."
Those words, Sebe, are not get out the vote type words. Those words fan the flames of anger and give a perverted voice that INCITEs 'change' coming about by other means than the ballot box.
What does "hostile take over" mean to you? Jindal wasn't selling compromise or legitimate ideas here. He was giving voice to violence.
What would you say if a Black Panther, or Louis Farrachan, said the same thing about the Federal Government? Or, if it came from those presently in your cross hairs, the LGBT community?
If violence, and it now seems possible, does indeed take place and it is directed toward D.C., then Jindal should be jailed for inciting it.