It’s Time for NJ Tea Parties to Unite

As I predicted, the overture to the Tea Party movement on the part of the Lonegan Cabal has commenced in the form of a long, tendentious, condescending post that is positively slimy with Wee Willy Winky’s unctuous fingerprints. Yes, I know the piece has Rob Eichmann for its author, but anyone who ever managed to stomach a full reading of anything Rockin’ Robbo has ever written will see at once that he’s incapable of rising to the level of college sophomore – which is pretty much the zenith of Capt. Mediocrity’s literary ability.

It’s pretty much standard, straightforward Winkler fare – light on any deep thought and laden with the smug, pseudo-intellectual pretentiousness one has come to expect of New Jersey’s answer to Eddie Haskell. For all his snide dismissal of those Movement Conservatives who did their best to prevail, he cannot deny they were hampered in large part by erstwhile “conservatives” whose monstrous betrayal and subsequent sell-out to the GOP Establishment made the preservation of the status quo a fait accompli. Nor can he deny that his ham-handed efforts at objective analysis can’t erase the fact that he was a paid researcher for the Leonard Lance campaign who did everything he could to destroy or at least heavily damage those who ran in opposition to the Establishment Machine

Sooner or later, Pravda víťezí, Wee One. Sooner or later.

That said, I’ll be brief and to the point: the overture having been made, it won’t be long before Tea Party groups throughout the Garden State will be expected to fall into line. Those that resist will be increasingly pressured and, if they continue to act in any way the Cabal deems a violation of its Establishment-approved version of Conservatism, they can expect swift and brutal retaliation. If you don’t believe me, contact Barbara Gonzales of the Bayshore Tea Party or RoseAnn Salanitri of the Sussex County Tea Party and ask them yourself.

Needless to say, with the RINO Establishment in full control of the political process in New Jersey, these will become perilous times for individual Tea Party groups: although most of them share the same basic ideology of limited government, lower taxes, less spending and greater liberty, they are nevertheless by their very nature islands unto themselves and in this divided state of existence each can be isolated and picked off fairly easily.

In the opinion of this writer, the time has come for those Tea Party organizations throughout the Garden State that have no intention of bending their knee to the Cabal or its Establishment puppet masters to unite and to that end, I propose that they form a confederation comprised of, operated by and dedicated to the mutual support, promotion and, if necessary, the defense of the constituent Tea Party groups.

I urge any Tea Party leaders who read this to consider the proposition carefully. In the next few days, I will have ready a detailed proposal for just such an organization – not a top-down enterprise where a Boss Lonegan-style director dictates what the Tea Party groups may or may not do, but a bottom-up confederation where the director serves at the pleasure of the constituent groups, all of which retain their full sovereignty.

If you can imagine for just a moment what such an organization would be capable of accomplishing I believe you will have more than a passing interest in this proposal.

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4 Responses to It’s Time for NJ Tea Parties to Unite

  1. 1Prop says:

    Let’s also not forget that Wee Willie Winkler was paid to work on the Lance Campaign. LIBERAL Rob Eichmann and LIBERAL Winkler cannot be trusted. They are two-faced frauds with no integrity. What makes the TEA Parties unique is their independence – something Lonegan, Winkler and Eichmann don’t believe in.

  2. kenny says:

    This is a significant proposition. The longer I think about it, the more and more I like it. It reminds me of the ancient Greek City-States. There are so many advantages to joining forces:
    1. A United NJ coalition of Tea Parties can help determine the fates of candidates throughout the State. In the case of State and Federal candidates, a vote from one candidate affects everyone in the State. A vote from my Congressperson – has the same effect on you as it does me and vice versa. Therefore, it only makes sense to join forces to help affect as many races throughout the State as is possible.
    2. Candidates need our help. We exist to help promote those who advocate our causes. If our candidates lose, we lose. It’s as simple as that. They need boots on the ground and we can easily provide that for any and all candidates that we support. I can help make phone calls for a candidate in Atlantic City as easily as I can for a candidate in Newark, NJ. And when it comes to knocking on doors, those close enough should gladly do so. As with all organizations, about 20% of the organization does any real work. Imagine if we were to combine that work engine?
    3. Suppose the coalition were geared to generating cash. As we know, money is what greases the wheel. We don’t have to over-power the opposition with cash, but we do need to be able to offer our candidates something – even if we do in-kind donations. Perhaps, we run radio ads or paper ads or mailers. We will be able to offer our candidates some weapons besides just boots on the ground.
    4. Imagine being bullied with no help around. Now, imagine being bullied and hordes come to your side. This is what the coalition can do for individual tea parties who find themselves being bullied by anyone – whether it be the establishment, the Democrats or even “so called” conservatives (or even those who call themselves conservative but really – are not).

    There are too many advantages to joining hands in a loose fitting coalition or as Gene calls it, a confederation. If you work on super-majorities, no one rogue person or no one rogue group can take over the entire organization.

    I think that this is a wonderful idea. Can’t wait for the details.

  3. NeverGiveUp says:

    Here here! God bless you Gene and your beautiful new wife, Nicole. I wish you many years of happiness together and look forward to seeing both of you at a tea party gathering in the future. Meanwhile, I refer you once again to Barbara Gonzalez who can fill you in on the election of a new Republican Chair for Monmouth County. Hint: Ask about the by-laws! I only wish we had someone like you two there to video the forced tally“election.”

  4. kenny says:

    Alone, we can do so little. Together, we can do so much.
    ~Hellen Keller.