Moonbats: America’s Political Jock Itch

Edit: Thanks to the Jawa Report for their link!  Welcome all Jawas. I am humbled.

So today dawned full of glorious sunshine and the promise of  celebration of an American Hero: Lt Michael P. Murphy, USN.  Heaven’s own light bathed a beautiful river in Maine, alongside which sat DDG-112, soon to be christened in honor of Lt Murphy, who gave his life in support of our nation and our freedoms.  More here:

What could possibly spoil such a wonderful day? How about a couple dozen of America’s stupid & clueless, the arrogant, narcissistic and terminally adolescent leftists who demand to be heard. Yup: protesters. Moonbats. The political sewage spawned by our public schools and enabled by our misguided entitlement programs.

These Fred Phelps wannabes showed up with their usual hodge podge of signs demanding more of America’s tax dollars for their own selfish reasons and socialist projects. Everything from free food and homes to a complete dismantling of our military, apologies for our “empire building”, yadda yadda yadda.

Now, I’ll fight to the death for their right to free speech. I won’t fight for an alleged right to be heard.  These shameless moonbats showed up with a very loud PA system, and proceeded to bombard the assembled crowd and folks waiting to get in to the ceremony with an endless stream of socialist drivel.  The highlight was when they decried the “assassination” of Osama. Unbelievable. Lt Murphy’s father and friends were right there, along with current & former SEALs. They couldn’t help but hear the callous and insensitive spewage from these lowlife scum bags.

I was able to get a few pics of the miserable little assortment from the shallow end of America’s gene pool. I present them below without comment.


21 Responses to “Moonbats: America’s Political Jock Itch”

  1. 1 Kid
    May 8, 2011 at 01:22

    Well, they do look fairly harmless. I’d have laughed at them and made jokes.

  2. May 8, 2011 at 02:05

    When in hell is someone going to invent a harmless, but effective super stink grenade? Shitheels needed one rolled under the microphone.

  3. May 8, 2011 at 11:03

    Greenies are proof there’s not enough chlorine in the gene pool.

  4. 4 BFC Cpl Jack
    May 8, 2011 at 17:42

    These aren’t “peace” advocates they are surrender advocates. Do they think that if we had surrendered to the Soviets that they would now be able to advocate surrender to Jihadist. Sure that that would happen. They bring to mind the old adage, “Better to remain silent and appear the fool than to open your mouth and remove all doubt.”

  5. 5 Tyler520
    May 8, 2011 at 18:08

    Curious to know the demographics of their membership – if they are anything like IVAW, as much as 50% of their membership is comprised of frauds pretending to be veterans…and I will wager that it is so.

    • May 8, 2011 at 20:07

      I would agree. There were more than a few who I have spoken to who used the old “my service was classified” or “I’m not allowed to talk about my service” ballywho crap. There were also a LOT with some interesting decorations, etc.

      On the whole, I’d say maybe 50% were real veterans, about half of those were “Vietnam-era” veterans, and MAYBE 10% who actually set foot in Vietnam.

      On the whole, they are an eminently forgettable lot which adds little of value to society or any serious debate about our national policies and/ir priorities.

      FWIW, this protest and the last one had a LARGE number of “Green” types and eco-tards pushing the “global-warming” meme.

  6. 7 Ardvaark65
    May 8, 2011 at 19:32

    The greatest document ever written exhists in only the USA. That’s what ALL those former and active duty military members place their lives in harms way and some give their lives for same. If you are former or ad, think about what you actually think about protest in general and those that protest like this one in specifics! Where in the world will you see such behvior that is protected and you are protecting that activity.

    The winners in all these type of protest are those who appreciat their right to do so and will defend that right with their lives!

  7. 8 Monica
    May 8, 2011 at 22:54

    What morons these protestors are. I am so sorry Lt. Murphy’s family had to witness that. Neither they nor the LT deserve that. How disgusting and disgraceful.
    That being said, I am a 100% disabled, Cold War Navy veteran (and an extremely PROUD one, thank you SEAL Team Six!). I want to make one comment about the Vietnam Veterans. They were treated like crap, and remain to be today. I see it at the VA all the time. Those who are TRULY VN vets deserve respect, and they, too, whether we like it or not, are entitled to their opinions, whether we like them or not. I respect all veterans. Those before me (I was discharged in 1981), and those after me – they are the reason any of us are free to be hammering on our keyboards right now. We shouldn’t lose sight of that.

  8. May 9, 2011 at 00:44


    You guys need a better class of lefty protesters up there. Half of them are greenies wanting wind turbines…. Well tell Teddy Kennedy to stop opposing the Massachussetts farm and things would be fine!?! Heh.

    What, Teddy’s dead? Guess they waited too long to protest the one who really mattered then. More proof they aren’t really coherent or serious. Just out to soak up the sun and get their photos in the paper. The True Believers who are definitely dumb as a box of rocks…. Heh.


    • May 9, 2011 at 03:19

      You said it, skipper! They haven’t realized that the only reason wind power is so “economical” is because our tax money is being used to artificially lower the price.

      Not only that, but one major wind-power group just took a bucketful of tax incentives from Massachusetts and bailed on them to China. Add to that the fact that wind power and solar can never provide the amounts of energy that industry would need. Can you imagine trying to power a blast furnace with wind power? Or solar? You’d need a reflector the size of Rhode Island.

      We need to reinvest in both nuclear and hydro-electric power. Solar and Wind is fine for personal use. Let the folks who want it buy it and see how the market does.

      • 12 AYY
        May 9, 2011 at 05:34

        There was a WSJ article a few weeks ago about windmill power. It seems that for them to work right they need a mineral that’s mined in China. The mining is being done under Chinese environmental regulations which apparently for all practical purposes are non-existent, so the mining is turning a lake toxic and is causing all sorts of havoc with the local environment.

  9. 13 SCOTTtheBADGER
    May 9, 2011 at 04:57

    The one sign brings to mind the T Jefferson quote: ” Those who hammer thier swords into plowshares will plow for those did not”.

    • May 9, 2011 at 05:34

      Yes. I spoke briefly with the lady on the left of that pic holding the sign. I asked her the same thing: “Do you know what happens to nations that beat their swords into plowshares”? She was clueless. I told her that if she was comfortable with being a slave then by all means go beat your own swords into plows. She wasn’t too terribly amused by that.

  10. 15 AW1Ed
    May 10, 2011 at 01:03

    High five Tim! Just steer the null and scrape what’s left of these barking moonbats from the sole of your flight boot. They are beneath contempt.

  11. 16 Max Friedman
    May 10, 2011 at 23:14

    Just a little background on Vets for Peace. The original VFP was a Communist Party USA front, created at various times during the Korean War but more importantly in the mid-1960s (Pete Seeger was one of their members, like the good red that he is).

    One of the key leaders of VFP was A.A. Sammy Raynor, an Alderman from Chicago, and also associated with another CPUSA front, the Chicago Peace Council. However, the top leader was LeRoy Wolins, also of the Chicago Peace Council, the various communist united fronts “THe Mobes”, etc. In fact, I sat about 6 seats away from Leroy at the founding conference of the New Mobilization Committee to End the War in Vietnam (from the former National Mobe), where he joined with the Trotskyite communists of the Socialist Workers Party to set up a GI-protestor section.

    Later in life he was largely responsible for getting the U.S. Postal Service to create a stamp honoring CPUSA operative Paul Robeson.

    What is of greater importance, though, are two associations Wolins had. The first was with the founders of Vietnam Veterans Against the War in Vietnam. He was the moving force for its creation and met with Jan Crumb/Barry and 5 others to do so.

    This was mentioned in an obscure line in one of the VVAW histories books, probably by Nicosia or Hunt. The authors never asked who Wolins actually was.

    That leads to the next point. Wolins operated a Soviet publications/propaganda distribution store in Chicago in the early 60’s, along with id. CPUSA member David S. Kanter, the political kingmaker in Chicago politics. They disbanded the store when forced by the govt to register as an agent of a foreign power, which is required of anyone who brings in publications put out by any foreign govt.

    Kanter and David Rose were two of the key leftist political organizers in Chicago, resulting in the election of leftist Mayor Harold Washington. Rose and Kanter were political mentors to David Axelrod, Obama’s top political publicist/advisor (Valerie Jarrett, from another leftist family) now is Obama’s top political advisor.

    According to Kanter’s son Marc, his father knew Obama (however he did not provide any details as to when). If you go to the website http://www.blogspot.com, you can find a lot of information on Kanter, Rose, etc. and their activities in Chicago. They are found in the 110 “Obama Files” collection.

    Rose, who is still alive, was involved, by his own admission, in far-left affairs since the late 1940’s, and became the Secy-Treasurer of an old CPUSA front, the Chicago Committee for the Bill of Rights. In this organization were a lot of key Obama political supporters and advisers. This, too, is at http://www.blogspot.com and some information is now being put onto a major database on the Left at http://www.keywiki.org (you can use the search box to find pages on individuals and organizations).

    So what we have, in doing the 7-degrees of Kevin Bacon linkage, is a newer radical veterans front known as Veterans for Peace (founded sometime, again, in the 1980’s), acting just like its Communist Party front predecessor in attacking the U.S. military, our defense policies, and covering for our enemies.

    The “new” VFP claims a sizeable membership, with a few career military officers in their leadership, but they are not pro-America in their propaganda and actions.

    Subversion is a complicated, twisted web of deception, disinformation, and anti-Americana operations. That is why you need to know the history of some of the other organizations involved so that you can understand who and what are in operation today. Nothing really changes with them, just the name. The goals remain the same.

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