From reading this article on the “crash the tea party” movement,  it seems obvious what Mr. Levin thinks about the population at large. 

It seems that he believes we all walk around wearing Nazi uniforms and spewing racial hatred.  He can’t have been to a Tea Party rally before because he would have had to have noticed that no founding members of the German National Workers Socialist Party have been imitated (unless it was to denigrate Fascism). 

It is truly sad that this bozo is a homegrown Oregonian.

The Tea Party protests represent grass roots in America waking up and being disgusted with the state in which we are leaving this country to our children.  I will be at the Tea Party, and I will be handing out leaflets on the Tenth Amendment Movement.  I would ask this school teacher his views on free speech.  Is he against free speech altogether, or is it just advocates of smaller government who don’t deserve to speak?  Does he also teach his children that unlimited submission to the will of a sovereign is the price we pay for “freedom?”  Does he, as he tries to stem the rising unpopularity of the unconstitutional plans of this administration (in the same fashion as the brown shirts of Nazi Germany), feel he is somehow defending liberty? 

There are many who will view this as just what it is, an attempt by an extreme statist activist to silence dissent.  Just my 2 cents.

cross-posted from the Oregon Tenth Amendment Center

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