Liberals and the mainstream media will never accept the fact that one of their own – a self-declared communist – could kill their hero JFK. So much so, for over 50 years, they’ve tried to rewrite history and push every conspiracy theory under the sun to explain his assassination, even going so far as to compare Oswald’s motivation to the goals of the Tea Party movement. The mindset of Oswald and the Tea Party of today are 180 degrees out of phase.
The Tea Party actually wants the country survive and return to its founding values that made it the envy of the world, while Oswald and current leftists hate the U.S. and want to see it collapse. Obama and his fundamental transformation drive is hastening the collapse, and his low-information supporters and voters are every bit as much to blame. JFK would be ashamed by the damage done by today’s democrat party.
Update: Rush Limbaugh actually mentioned this exact phenomenon on his show October 19th 2015 going as far as calling the assassination on JFK the single event that began to usher in modern day liberalism as we know it. Check it out at: http://www.rushlimbaugh.com/daily/2015/10/19/how_the_jfk_assassination_ushered_in_the_era_of_modern_liberalism
Excerpt from The Washington Compost – Essay: Tea Party has roots in the Dallas of 1963:
by Bill Minutaglio
The president is a socialist. He is neutering the United States on the world stage. He is spending us into bankruptcy. He is hellbent on expanding national health care, which will surely lead to government death panels.
He is advancing big-government agendas everywhere from Main Street to Wall Street. And do we really know the truth about his personal history and religion?
Perhaps the man in the Oval Office should be impeached — even tried for treason.
If today’s extremist rhetoric sounds familiar, that’s because it is eerily, poignantly similar to the vitriol aimed squarely at John F. Kennedy during his presidency.
And just like today, Texans were leading what some of them saw as a moral crusade.
To find the very roots of the tea party of 2013, just go back to downtown Dallas in 1963, back to the months and weeks leading to the Kennedy assassination. It was where and when a deeply angry political polarization, driven by a band of zealots, burst wide open in America.
It was fueled then, as now, by billionaires opposed to federal oversight, rabid media, Bible-thumping preachers and extremist lawmakers who had moved far from their political peers. In 1963, that strident minority hijacked the civic dialogue and brewed the boiling, toxic environment waiting for Kennedy the day he died.