Rhonda Robinson

Megan McCain:“I’m Sorry Revolutions Start With Young People”

Posted on February 10 2010 4:31 pm
Rhonda Robinson is part of NewsReal's editorial team. As a columnist, Rhonda has provided readers with thoughtful insight into social, political, and parenting issues since 1995.
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As the Left wing media extols Megan McCain as a voice of reason within the Republican Party, Conservatives would do well to recognize she is a good example of  the “Progressive” problem within the GOP, as she helps them define the issues.

Megan McCain:

“People were saying that this was a new movement in the Republican Party…I knew I didn’t want to go…I have different ideological differences than them but, Congressman Tom Tancredo went on TV, and he was the first opening speaker and he said, ‘People who could not even spell the word vote, or say it in English put a committed socialist ideologue in the White House and his name is Barack Hussein Obama

Ignoring her ignorance of the foundations of the movement for now, it’s time to point out that she is carrying the progressive flag into the arena, with her battle cry of “Racism” which the left wing has been flapping about ever since.

Shows like MSNBC’s Hardball, with Chris Matthews used her statement as a platform to paint the Tea Party participants, once again, as racists and anti-Muslim.

What Ms. McCain, fails to see is that a Republic must have an educated voting populace to thrive. While she and her “Progressive” allies rattle on about racism, the reality is that an ignorant voting population of any kind is a willing pawn, easily moved and discarded for an oppressive Democracy.

Obviously laying the foundation for her August book release, Whoppi knew exactly where to begin.

Whoppi Goldberg:

“There have been things about the Tea Party that have been buggin’ you.”


“Then he went on to say that people at the convention should have to pass literacy tests in order to be able to vote in this country.”

I realize that her last statement didn’t make much sense. Nevertheless, I had to keep it in so you can see where she’s going with it.

McCain continued:

“Which is the same thing that happened in the fifties to prevent African-Americans from voting. To me this is innate racism.”

To keep a population of any race, illiterate and dependent on a political party is, to me, exploitation. (The hallmark of the New Left.)

McCain continues:

“This is why young people are turned off by this movement. And I’m sorry revolutions start with young people. Not with 65 year old people talking about literacy tests and people who can say the word vote in English.”


“If a nation expects to be ignorant and free, in a state of civilization, it expects what never was and never will be.” Thomas Jefferson ( Old Revolutionary)

She nailed it when she said she and the Tea Party have ideological differences. When we old folks speak of a Revolution, we’re talking about the one we already won.

When “Progressives” talk about Revolution, they’re talking about destroying what our Revolution gave us. There she’s right, that’s where her young friends fall in quite well.

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