Wednesday, March 16, 2016

A lasting campaign, or more Leftist flash and fizzle?

Republicans can preach civility all they want. But where does civility end, and appeasement begin. At what point does appeasement become surrender?

Remains to be seen what kind of mass protests and social disruptions the extreme political left can put pull off this year. It's tried before, long before Trump was a candidate, and its efforts soon or eventually faded.

Do we get another flash and fizzle this year? Or is there a pent up beast that's ready to pounce and stick with it? Will those who try to attend Republican (Trump or otherwise) events continue to get Republican blame for the rock or bottles, the pushing and shoving, they may encounter while trying to enter or exit?

How will Republicans react if the U.S. Capitol itself comes under siege?

With little fanfare and almost no news media attention, some of the same radical groups involved in shutting down Donald Trump’s Chicago rally last week are plotting a mass civil disobedience movement to begin next month.
From the Democracy Spring website:
When the march arrives in Washington on April 11th, we hope we will be able to rally to celebrate that Congress has come to its senses and passed at least one of the perfectly-viable reform bills now pending before it. But if they refuse to do anything, we will have no choice but to reclaim the People’s House in mass, dignified but determined, nonviolent sit-ins to force their hand.
Do you believe it when the Left's radicals pledge non-violence? How's that worked out in the past.

1 comment:

  1. Hey Doug;

    They tried with the occupy movement, niw new groups are stepping up to the plate...nothing like pissing off the undecided voters,