6 More Days ’til Moonbat Convergence in DC

Apparently, the assortment of lefties who make up “One Nation” believe they can top Glenn Beck and the tea parties with their March on Washington, October 2nd.
This should lift  the spirits of Democrats, who are sensing doom in November. These folks, their base,  either support their Dem-Socialist agenda, or they want their reps in Congress to tilt even further to the left. Certainly, Dems will feel encouraged – after all these people represent up to 20% of the electorate, in groups such as:

  • La Raza
  • Code Pink
  • Communist Party USA
  • Democrat Socialists of America
  • Gray Panthers
  • Massachusetts Transgender Political Coalition
  • Solidarity, a socialist, feminist, anti-racist organization
  • National Gay and Lesbian Task Force
  • Green for All
  • Queers for Economic Justice
  • American Muslim Association of North America
  • War Resistors League
  • Rainbow Push Coalition
  • Peace Action
  • ANSWER (anti-war)
  • What an outstanding photo-op this could be for Democrat candidates running for office, this year! If they can get a group of  the Communists,  Code Pinkos, Gray Panthers, and the militant gay and transgendered folks, all in one frame, that would be a great way to show off the wonderful diversity of their base in a campaign commercial.

    RWNs’ Warner Todd Houston makes a good point:

    It is also interesting to note the unions involved in this rally. One wonders how many of the dues paying members of these unions understand that their money is going to participate with racist groups like La Raza, militant gay groups, and communists and socialists?

    • AFL-CIO
    • United Food and Commercial Workers (UFCW)
    • American Federation of Teachers (AFT)
    • US LAbor Against the War (AFSCME UAW, SEIU and others)
    • International Union of Painters and Allied Trades (IUPAT, affiliated with AFL-CIO)
    • AFTRA (radio and actors union)
    • Utility Workers Union
    • National Education Association (NEA)
    • United Steel Workers
    • Transport Workers
    • Service Employees International Union (SEIU)
    • … and others

    They’re probably so thrilled that their dues are used for efforts such as this.

    Warner also says:

    I don’t know about you but I can’t wait for the mayhem that this thing will generate. And it will be very interesting to see the numbers that turn out. Likely you’ll see thousands of professionally printed signs instead of handmade ones (indicative of a lack of grassrootiness) and you’ll be presented with a sea of purple shirts, red shirts and T-Shirts sporting other union colors showing that unions are the only real source of participants here.

    I have no doubt that there will be professionally printed signs, but since they’re desperately, (and pathetically) trying to mimic the tea party, there will also be some hand written signs too, (albeit the same few people doing the writing), as we saw at the recent OFA Counter Rally, at Right Nation, near Chicago. The messages will be dopey, unimaginative, and ironic insofar as  persons with, “Stop the hate!” signs will be standing next to persons with offensive Sarah Palin, or “tea-bagger” signs.

    You will never see anyone at a tea-party with a “Stop the Hate” sign because our burning hatred of all things anti-American, and anti-truth  is what motivates us to go out and fight these Marxists every day. I’ll stop hating when the far-left hoards who are destroying this nation,  have been defeated once and for all.

    Also, I expect to see  more people waving American flags, (instead of burning them) than were ever seen before at left wing rallies, because, as we saw at Right Nation, they are trying to give themselves an appearance of patriotism.  Or maybe, (like Michelle), since the Moonbat Messiah was elected, many of them love their country for the first time in their adult  lifetimes, too.


    Some fellow travelers, who sadly, won’t be able to make it to the rally:

    Weasel Zippers: FBI Raids Homes of MN and IL Anti-War Moonbats in Terror Bust

    (Star Tribune.com) — The homes of six Twin Cities activists, including three prominent leaders of the Twin Cities antiwar movement, were raided Friday by the FBI in what an agency spokesman described as an “investigation into activities concerning the material support of terrorism.”


    EXCLUSIVE – FBI Terror Targets Tied To Obama’s New Party!

    Another Target Of FBI Terror Raids Connected To SEIU


    This is too perfect. Also endorsing the Socialist rally is Obama’s own Organizing For America.

    As The Hill reports, the Democratic National Committee’s Organizing for America (OFA), which works to support and build off of Obama’s policies, sent out an e-mail blast supporting the upcoming rally. The message bills the event as “the biggest progressive demonstration in decades.”

    Paging all Republicans in DC.….Oct 2 – lights, cameras, action! It’s Time To Start Linking Democrats To their Extremists

    Here’s the complete list of all endorsing organizations:



    A. Philip Randolph Institute

    A. Philip Randolph Institute – The Metropolitan New York Chapter

    Action LA Network



    AFSCME 3800 – University of Minnesota Clerical Workers

    AIDS Walk Washington

    All Hands on Deck

    Alliance for Democracy

    Amalgamated Local 171 UAW

    American Association of University Professors

    American Federation of Government Employees

    American Federation of Teachers

    American Federation of Television and Radio Artists

    American Friends Service Committee

    American Muslim Association of North America (AMANA)

    American Rights at Work

    Americans for Democratic Action

    Americans for Financial Reform

    ANSWER (Act Now to Stop War and End Racism) Coalition

    Bail Out the People Movement

    Bethel Tabernacle AME Church, Brooklyn

    Beulah Church of the Nazarene

    Black Leadership Forum, Inc.

    Black Women’s Roundtable

    Black Youth Vote

    Bronx for Change

    Brooklyn for Peace

    Brooklyn United for Innovative Local Development

    Brooklyn United for Innovative Local Development

    Bryn Mawr Peace Coalition

    California Black League of Voters

    California National Organization for Women

    Campaign for America’s Future

    Campaign for Community Change

    Campaign for Peace and Democracy

    Campus Camp Wellstone

    Campus Progress

    CEEF: Center for Community and Economic Justice

    Center for Community Change

    Central Jersey Coalition Against Endless War

    Charlie Fink Productions

    Chicago Democratic Socialists of America

    Chicago Teacher’s Union – AFT Local 1

    Church of the Evangelical United Church of Christ

    Citizen Wave

    Clarendon Road Church

    Cleveland Peace Action

    Coalition for Peace Action

    Coalition of Black Trade Unionists

    Coalition of Black Trade Unionists Region One

    Coalition of Labor Union Woman

    Coalition on Human Needs

    CODA (Coalition for a District Alternative)

    Code Pink

    Coffee Party Progressives

    Color of Change.org

    Committee of Correspondence for Democracy and Socialism

    Communication for Social Change Consortium

    Communications Workers of America

    Communications Workers of America Local 2336

    Communist Party USA (CPUSA)

    Community Empowerment Network

    Council of Islamic Organizations of Greater Chicago

    Courage Campaign

    CUNY University Student Senate


    DC 1707, AFSCME

    DC Asian American and Pacific Islander Democratic Caucus

    DC Latino Caucus

    Delaware Pacem in Terris

    Demand Equity Now

    Democratic Socialists of America


    Detroit Democratic Socialists of America

    Disciples Justice Action Network

    Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. DC Support Group

    Drum Major Institute

    Energy Action Coalition

    Equality Federation

    Equality Wisconsin, Inc.

    Ex-Offenders Association of PA

    Family Equality Council

    Fellowship of Reconcilliation

    Free Speech TV

    Friends of the Earth

    Friends of the Poor

    Fur Cultural Revival (Darfur Community Center)

    Gathering for Justice

    Gay Alliance of the Genesee Valley

    Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network (GLSEN)

    Generation Change

    Generational Alliance

    Georgia Peace and Justice Coalition

    Gertrude Stein Democratic Club

    Get Equal


    Gray Panthers

    Greater Allen A.M.E. Cathedral

    Green for All

    Haitian American Caucus

    Harlem Congregations for Community Improvement

    Harlem One Stop

    HOFADS Corp., Inc.

    Human Rights Campaign

    Humanist Party, New York City Chapter

    Illinois Single Payer Coalition

    Imani Group

    immigration Equality

    Injured Workers United

    Institute for Policy Studies

    Institute of Caribbean Studies

    Interfaith Worker Justice

    International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers

    International Federation of Black Prides

    International Socialist Organization

    International Union of Painters and Allied Trades, AFL-CIO

    Iraq Veterans Against the War

    Jewish Arab Dialogue Association

    Jewish Funds for Justice

    Jewish Labor Committee

    Jobs with Justice

    Jordan / Rustin Coalition

    Latin America Solidarity Coalition

    Latino Action Coalition of DC

    Latino Equality Alliance

    Latino Federation of Greater Washington

    Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights

    Left Labor Project

    Lemeul Haynes Congregational Church

    Lincoln Park Neighbors United for Peace, Chicago

    Long Island C.B.T.U.

    Maine Green Independent Party

    Majority Agenda Project

    Make the Road NY

    Maryland and DC AFL-CIO

    Maryland Black Family League

    Mass Equality

    Mass Transgender Political Coalition

    Mexican American Coalition

    Midwest Academy

    Minnesota Coalition for a People’s Bailout

    Mother A.M.E. Zion Church


    National Action Network

    National Alliance Against Racist and Political Oppression, Chicago Branch

    National Association for Equal Opportunity in Higher Education

    National Association of Black Social Workers

    National Baptist Convention, USA, Inc.

    National Black Justice Coalition

    National Black L.U.V. Festival est. 1997

    National Black Law Students Association

    National Black Police Association

    National Center for Transgender Equality

    National Coalition on Black Civic Participation

    National Community Reinvestment Coalition

    National Congress of Black Women

    National Council of La Raza

    National Council of Negro Women

    National Domestic Workers Alliance

    National Education Association

    National Exhoodus Council

    National Gay and Lesbian Task Force

    National Immigrant Solidarity Network

    National Missionary Baptist Church

    National Network Opposing the Militarization of Youth

    National Nurses United

    National Organization for Women California

    National Stonewall Democrats

    National Union of Home and Health Care Employees

    National Urban League

    New England Region – AFSC

    New Haven Peoples Center

    New Jersey Black Issues Coalition

    New York City Democratic Socialists of America

    New York State AFL-CIO

    New York Urban League

    Next Step

    North Country Peace Group (Long Island)

    North Manhattan Neighbors for Peace and Justice

    North Suburban Peace Initiative

    Northeast Connecticut Coalition for Peace and Justice

    NY Coalition of 100 Black Women


    NYU Nursing Doctoral Students Organization

    Ohio AFL-CIO

    One of the 266 Wrongfully Terminated

    P.A.P.A.II People Assisting Positive Actions

    Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays

    Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays National

    Pax Christi Metro DC-Baltimore

    Pax Christi USA

    Peace Action

    Peace Action Education Fund

    Peace Action Maine

    Peace Action Montgomery

    Peace and Freedom Party

    Pennsylvania Council of Churches

    People for the American Way

    People’s Organization for Progress

    People’s Organization for Progress

    Physicians for a National Health Program

    Planned Parenthood

    Pledge of Resistance – Baltimore

    Policy Link

    Power PAC

    Prayer, Praise and Worship Centers of America

    Pride at Work

    Progress Ohio

    Progressive Congress Action Fund

    Progressive Democrats of America

    Progressive Democrats of America – NYS and NYC

    Queers for Economic Justice

    Rainbow PUSH Coalition

    Reform Immigration for America

    Resurrection Temple of the Lord

    Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union

    Riverside Edgecombe Neighborhood Association (RENA)

    Roosevelt Institute

    School of Americas Watch (SoA Watch)

    SEIU 1199

    SEIU Local 32BJ

    SEIU Local 722

    SEIU: Service Employees International Union

    September 11th Families for Peaceful Tomorrows

    Sikh Coalition

    Single Payer Action Network Ohio – SPAN Ohio

    Single Payer New York

    Society of American Law Teachers



    Stonewall Democratic Club

    Stonewall Democratic Club – Los Angeles

    Stonewall Young Democrats

    Student World Assembly

    Suffolk Peace Network

    Teamsters Local 808

    The Community Church of NY Unitarian Universalist

    The L.I.F.E. Institute

    The New Testement Revival Cathedral

    The New York Immigration Coalition

    The Opportunity Agenda

    The Other 98%

    The Power Online

    The Power: The People United for LGBT Equality

    The Religious Institute

    Tikkun-Network of Spiritual Progressives

    Transport Workers Union of America

    True Colors, Inc.

    TWU Local 100

    UAW, International Union

    Unid@s LGBT- The National Latin@ LGBT Human Rights Organization

    Unitarian Universalist Association of Congregations

    Unite Here

    United Church of Christ

    United Food and Commercial Workers International Union

    United Food and Commerical Workers Minority Coalition

    United for Peace and Justice

    United Mine Workers of America

    United States Students Association

    United Steel Workers

    Urban Agenda

    US Action

    US Campaign to End the Israeli Occupation

    US Human Rights Network

    US Labor Against the War

    US Peace Council

    US Peace Council– Wisconsin

    Utility Workers Union of America, AFL-CIO

    Veterans for Peace

    Veterans for Peace NY

    Voice of Haitian Americans Inc.

    Voices for Creative Nonviolence

    WAND: Women’s Action for New Directions

    War Resisters League

    Ward 7 Business Professional Association

    Washington Peace Center

    Welfare Rights Committee

    Whitman Walker Clinic

    William Kelibrew Foundation

    Win Without War


    Witness Against Torture

    Women’s Caucus for Political Science

    Women’s Funding Network

    Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom

    Working America

    Working Families Party


    Ya Ya Network

    Young People For


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    3 thoughts on “6 More Days ’til Moonbat Convergence in DC

    1. Life in an electric universe
      26.09. 201o

      Wallace Thornhilla I met at a conference Nexus. He’s one of the main targets for the interview because of an interesting article about the electric universe, which I read in one of the old Nexus. How exactly these days finalizing a script for a documentary series about the sun by working in the scientific program, my head was full of the history of the sun spots, range all the way to new knowledge of the nuclear age. And all agree that the sun is a gigantic fusion furnace.
      But, as usual, there is always a bar pokoje different opinions from those generally accepted. I do not know how you, but I have always been such an interesting one. Firstly, well-used for so-called. ‘Reality check’, that is to check the accepted theories, and then as a mental exercise, and finally – to be sure that not correct? History has shown that many of the ideas accepted by most of a century later proved completely wrong. Michio Kushi is all summed up in one sentence that I have a lot of thought. It reads: “The majority is wrong.” Just so. Is there some logic in it, if you ask this question: Is it likely that the right person who can cope with some problems and come to different conclusions, or whoever holds the accepted conclusions of experts without checking?
      The answer may read this: The law is the one whose story can best fit the known facts.
      Therein lies the key to the second problem, because a lot of the facts. Everyone can find the ones that answer to him, but more importantly – to ignore those that do not fit him. Eventually, they even make invisible. Anyway, there is no sin in the fact that some porblem consider a completely different angle.


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