Amy Kremer of the Tea Party Express called on President Barack Obama to "condemn this inappropriate and uncivil rhetoric" after Teamsters Union President James Hoffa said the Tea Party had launched a "war on workers" and "let's take these son-of-a-bitches out and give America back to an America where we belong." Well, I certainly understand the anger - but isn't kind of like calling the kettle black?
Let's face it, the Tea Party hasn't been always kind to anyone who doesn't go along with their outrageous rhetoric either. The Tea Party Caucus' most vocal critic of President Obama, Joe Walsh, has even chastised the president with a personal You Tube Video and now says he will show total disrespect by skipping a Congressional Address. By the way, that is an address that taxpayers are paying its' elected leaders to attend.
And let us not forget that Adam Kinzinger has a staff that likes to call the cops on peaceful protestors. Quite frankly - the Tea Party Candidates have been done more than just spew rhetoric - they are also advocating tampering with our rights and liberties. That makes them dangerous!
I am not saying that both sides haven't stooped to all time lows when it comes to distorting the truths of our politics - but the Tea Party and its' elected members of Congress have by far been the most uncooperative when it comes to dealing with the nation's problems. It has been a very clear agenda from the beginning - we ain't doing shit until we get rid of the president.
Seems to me that when it comes to inappropriate rhetoric and/or uncivil actions - the Tea Party has been right up there at the top.
As for James Hoffa's assertion that a war has been waged on the American Worker - well, tell me where he is wrong? The Republicans, and Tea Party faithful in general, are all for Corporate America turning our country into a service industry devoid of good high paying jobs. The GOP has allowed Big Business to dictate American Policy while bankrupting the nation in the process.
Maybe the time has come to take those son-of-a-bitches out and give America back to the people? Both sides of the aisle have royally screwed the average American. Sounds like another American Revolution seems to be the only answer to purge our nation of the multitudes of "in the pocket politicians."
As for uncivil rhetoric? Well, I suggest that Amy Kremer and her contemporaries start listening to their own candidates.
As far as I am concerned - you can't get what you don't give!