MoveOn.org to march against America this Saturday
Grab your wallets ladies and gents. Moveon.org has called for "emergency" protests against Americans' rights to fiduciary responsibility in cities this Saturday. The Soros-backed organization that brought us such works of wonder as the "General Betray-Us" ads and the "Bush Is Hitler" campaigns is now on the march against our right to balance our budgets and save our country.
Once again, adopting the European model and trying to sell it as American apple-pie "solidarity," MoveOn has put out the following beg-o-gram to its army of budget-busting unionists (and their families and friends and every other socialist they can equip with a manufactured sign):
"We call for emergency rallies in front of every statehouse this Saturday at noon to stand in solidarity with the people of Wisconsin. Demand an end to the attacks on workers' rights and public services across the country. Demand investment, to create decent jobs for the millions of people who desperately want to work. And demand that the rich and powerful pay their fair share. "
Note the president's code word for additional liberal dream-scheme folderol: "investment"
Note, too, the liberals' favorite socialist code words from their gospel of envy: "demand that the rich and powerful pay their fair share."
They're calling this march against American fiscal responsibility "patriotic." Well, here's a suggestion. Let the rich and powerful Democrats lead the march of beneficent givers to the state. John Kerry can start by paying property taxes on his new $7 million yacht. Nancy Pelosi can start by donating all her Gucci accessories to the Wisconsin for auction. Let all the Democrat-supporting Hollywood celebs give their mansions to help Ohio. You see where this is going. Add your own suggestions to this list.
It's bound to be a long one.