Bill Whittle provides excellent analysis of some key differences between the Tea Party movement and the Occupy Wall Street movement, including:
- The Tea Party talks about fiscal responsibility, the Federalist Papers, and the Constitution, the OWS movement…doesn’t do much talking or thinking, but a lot of chanting
- While the Tea Party is backed by Americans who want more of their freedom back and to get government out of their lives, OWS is backed by the Communist Party, Nazis, the Workers World Party, the Democrat Party, and our current president.
- While liberals want conservatives to shut up, conservatives want liberals to keep talking
- While there has been virtually no crime at Tea Party events, OWS has brought us rapes, rape coverups, assaults, vandalism, arson, public defection, and more.
The American people need to remember these differences in 2012 when we think about volunteering for a candidate or making a contribution to a candidate’s campaign, and certainly when we walk inside the voting booth next November.
The choice for America could not be more clear.
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