Meet the Flea Party!

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As long as a Republican sat in the White House, those victories were enforced. In 1957, President Dwight D. Eisenhower sent the 101st Airborne to Little Rock, Ark., to walk black children to school in defiance of the segregationist, Democratic governor of Arkansas, Orval Faubus — Bill Clinton’s friend.

This is what our Constitution was designed for: to use the force of the federal government to uphold the law when the states couldn’t (Shays’ Rebellion) or wouldn’t (segregationist Democrats).

If Richard Nixon had won the 1960 election instead of John F. Kennedy — as some say he did — there never would have been a need for Rosa Parks, the Freedom Rides and the rest of the civil disobedience of the civil rights movement.

But as soon as the Democrats got control of the White House, enforcement of the Supreme Court’s civil rights rulings came to a crashing halt. Elected Democrats in the states were free to violate legitimate constitutional rulings without interference from Democratic presidents.

The ingenious system given to us by our founding fathers faltered on the morally corrupt obstructionism of elected Democrats. They simply refused to abide by the rules — with glee at the state level, and at the federal level, with cowardice.

Here, finally, was an appropriate case for nonviolent protest. There hasn’t been another justification for civil disobedience in this country until the Supreme Court invented a “right” to abortion in Roe v. Wade — another act of lawlessness by liberals.

(All this and more is detailed in the smash best-seller, “Demonic: How the Liberal Mobs Are Endangering America”!)

Now liberals compare their every riot, every traffic blockage, every Starbucks-window-smashing street protest to the civil rights movement –- which was only necessary because of them. These “Occupy Wall Street” ignoramuses seem to imagine they are blacks living in 1963 Alabama under Democratic governor George Wallace.

To the contrary, the Wall Street protesters have no specific objections and no serious policy proposals in a country that is governed, as Abraham Lincoln put it, “by the people.” They protest because they enjoy creating mayhem, not because the law is being ignored or their rights violated without penalty by government officials.

They are not in the tradition of the tea partiers, much less our founding fathers. They are not in the tradition of the civil rights movement or Operation Rescue. They are in the tradition of Shays’ Rebellion, the Weathermen and Charles Manson.

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  • 080

    The tea partiers are not a mob but rather represent the arrival of a new Protestant Reformation. It has not yet found its Luther. But I don't think that they are going away anytime soon.

  • DREGstudios

    We live in a country no longer represented by the people but by the interests of major corporations and the money they use through lobbying to pay off our elected officials. These politicians no longer voice the opinion of the voters who put them in office but instead speak for the special interests which pay them more and more money to turn a blind eye to the destruction of our environment and the extinction of the middle class. How long will the occupations have to last before a SINGLE government official asks what WE the PEOPLE want changed? Visit my artist’s blog at… to see my art for the movement and also see videos of the protests and police brutality as well as get other sources for coverage of the movement.

    • Rifleman

      If history is any guide, the quickest way to trash the environment and make the middle class extinct is to let the socialists have their way.

      Wow, your 'art' bears a striking resemblance to my last movement.

    • StephenD

      Then what the hell are you doing on Wall Street? Why aren't you at the White House?

  • brent

    The OWS movement should be called the Million Moocher March, or how about Operation Whine and Snivel.

    • Rifleman

      Good ones!

  • hotpoet

    My dear darling Ann– you are the parasite honey. The mean girl in high school who never grew up and didn't perfect any talents accept snarky not so smart commentary.

    It's okay…. history will not remember you….

    • Rifleman

      Don't quit your day job, if you have one.

      She's not the one demanding others pay her way.

    • rightwinger

      Well at least she knows the difference between “accept” and “except”.

    • radicalconservative

      The word you wanted was “except”, not “accept”. Typical dumb liberal Democrat…

      • Asher

        And Brainwashed!

    • bubba

      Ms hotpoet…. not to point out the obvious… but it appears as if history will not only not remember you, but will never actually know who you were in the first place.

  • ChingaChe

    Poets and artists of the left speak of "the movement," shorthand for "the bowel movement of the flea party."

  • dontcoast

    We need more satirists like you, Ann. That was hilarious.

  • BS77

    OWS will fizzle out sooner than you think…..once the bums and idiots get a taste of freezing weather…they will fade away.

  • StephenD

    I've been posting the Pieter Bruegel (1568) painting of the parable of The Blind Leading the Blind and how this "movement" reminds me of it. I make the distinction that the leaders here aren't blind but rather Evil.
    Ann is that voice calling out to those blind followers that are think too highly of themselves to listen so they too follow….blindly, into the ditch.

  • Isherwood

    If Ann hates it, it must be right and just.

    Keep'um occupied!

  • Francis

    The Flea Party is an accurate description for those who like to stink, Don't want to work and demand money for doing nothing. I do not see them picking up after themselves, volunteering in their community, doing what ever may be necessary to make ends meet. These are the Bums of our time. Living in shanty towns, doing drugs, making a mess, making a nuisance out of them selves. Since when has the Flea Party offered real solutions or spoken with a single voice?

  • Tar_n_Feathers

    There's a huge difference between revolution and a totalitarian takeover. If these protesters had their way, they would enlist the govt. powers that be to force their will onto the private sector. Note to the Left: Wall Street is not a govt. entity. If you really want a revolution, go to the White House and tell those tax sucking elitist delinquents to get the hell off your lawn.

  • Asher

    The Flea Party are mindless people with no values or principles that can be bought and sold by Obama's agenda!

  • Publius

    Well written, as always, this article's recitation of the history of Democrat presidents' indifference to case law overlooked the grand-daddy of them all: party founder Pres. Jackson's refusal to enforce the Marshall Court's exoneration of Christian missionaries in the Cherokee Nation East, who had been unlawfully imprisoned by Georgia.

    The Cherokee cases were the precedent for all such presidential dereliction in years to come, and gave rise to Pres. Jackson's famous quote: "Mr. Marshall has made his decision. Now let him enforce it!" not unlike Stalin asking how many divisions had the Pope.

  • C"H"Martel

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  • flowerknife_us

    I thought they were the fleece party.

  • ross1948

    As noted, they have no respect for the law, and now they reap the whirlwind.

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  • tom joad

    ann, you create nothing all you do is spin current events for yourself and those you serve. you are a rude loudmouth. and you talk over people try some manners and grace. i know a heart and compassion are out of the question. you know nothing of humanity and all you care for are the rich and yourself. you have the mouth of a junk yard dog and the jawbone of an ass. you are a waste of life. and yes the poor dont have the fancy bathrooms and nice clean clothes or place to go to the bathroom but they are better examples of humanity than you. and whats up with your neck are you part giraffe

  • http://dowjonestoday.indo Lisa Martin

    Even when injustice existed, there were constitutional mechanisms to right wrongs.