Jurriaan Maessen
April 23, 2010

One obvious sign that the establishment’s sweat is starting to break is arch-warmonger Karl Rove’s recent mentioning of Ron Paul in connection to the Tea Party. Where in the past neocons and establishment liberals alike arrogantly dismissed Paul, now they seem nervous in the face of liberty rising.

Rove appeared yesterday on Fox News attempting to describe the Tea Party. In answer to the question, of what people the Tea Party consists, Rove stated:

“I’ll tell you who they are: you got a group of libertarians, who sort of, campaign for liberty, Ron Paulites, who say: let’s take over this movement.”

Watch the clip:

This is unmistakable and deliberate confusing of cause and effect. If someone has lit the fire of liberty prior to the rise of the current Tea Party, it’s Ron Paul. So the claim that Paul and the “Paulites” are attempting to “take over” the Tea Party movement, is beyond absurd.

In another instance, apparently at a book signing in Minneapolis, Rove was asked if he thinks Obama will be reelected, to which he answered:

“Way too early to tell..”

Questioner: “From today’s perspective?”

Rove: “When you’re running one point ahead in the polls with Ron Paul, that’s a problem.”

Watch the clip:

The nervous energy emanating from the establishment is clearly visible from both the Republican and Democratic part of the paradigm. Also, it’s reminiscent of Lindsey Graham’s comments, shouting to his audience:

Now what is the establishment so nervous about? Could it be that the rise of liberty constitutes a threat to the bankers who are in control of both the Democrat and Republican parties and attempt to co-opt the Tea Party movement? Just watch: the more steam gained by the true advocates of liberty, the more nervous its enemies will become.


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