Democrats Continue To Prove That Theirs Is The Violent Ideology Of Fascism

Just to first document that the story that follows is no fluke, here are just a few of the articles I’ve written featuring Democrats proving over and over and over again that theirs is the ideology of hate and intolerance:

Tea Party Vs. Occupy Protests: The Winners Of The Out-Of-Control Violence Trophy – For The Millionth Consecutive Time – Is The LEFT

Another Example That Liberalism Is The Ideology Of Hate And Violence

Leftwing Violence And Media Propaganda/Coverup Continues Unabated

Kansas City Throat Slashing Liberal: Media Continues To Cover Up Leftist Violence

On The So-Called Link Between ‘Rightwing’ Political Rhetoric And Violence

Liberal Fascists In Wisconsin: Show Me Crap Like THIS Coming From Tea Party Protests

When It Comes To Charges Of Racism And Violence, Democrats Need To Do A Lot More Shutting The Hell Up

AFL-CIO President With Brutal History Of Inciting Violence Attacks Sarah Palin For Inciting Violence

When America Goes To Hell, Rest Assured It Will Be Leftists Resorting To Violence, Too

Demagogue Democrats Now Support Violence And Swastikas

Left Continues Violence; Media Continues To Demagogue Tea Parties

Labor Unions: A Century Of Genuine Evil

Actual Leftwing Violence Keeps Piling Up While Media Focuses On ‘Threat’ From Tea Parties

Left Continues To Be Source Of ACTUAL Acts of Violence

And so, again, true to form, Democrats document yet again that they are the violent fascist thugs out to intimidate and attack decent people:

State Legislator’s Son Beaten Defending Romney Sign From Thieves
by Steven Ertelt | Washington, DC | | 10/22/12 7:21 PM

Vandalism is a normal part of the course of a political campaign — with signs stolen, cars with bumper stickers keyed or spray painted comments plastered on walls of offices used by candidates and their staff.

But the son of a Wisconsin state legislator paid the price for defending a Romney sign from two apparent Obama supporters, he was beaten for standing up for his property and the candidate his sign supports.

From Brietbart:

Early Friday morning, thugs presumably supporting President Obama beat up the son of Wisconsin State Senator Neal Kedzie outside of his apartment in Whitewater. Kedzie caught the two men removing a Romney sign outside of his apartment around two o’clock in the morning. After telling them to put the signs back, one of the thugs attacked Kedzie and then put him in a choke hold and continued to beat his head.

Mark Belling spoke to the Senator’s son Sean on the radio earlier today. Sean Kedzie told Belling he was rushed to the hospital by ambulance with possible skull and eye socket fractures.

Here is Sen. Kedzie’s statement:

Early on Friday morning, October 19th, my son Sean was awakened by noises outside his residence in Whitewater. As he went to see what the commotion was about, he noticed an individual removing a Romney/Ryan yard sign from his property. He yelled to the person that they were taking something not theirs and to return it immediately. The individual returned the sign, however, a second person confronted and attacked Sean without warning.

Sean was wrestled to the ground by both persons, held down by a constricting chokehold, and struck repeatedly about the face and head. He nearly passed out from the chokehold and suffered contusions to his face and eyes. Fortunately, an alert neighbor heard the commotion, scared the individuals away, and called the police. My wife and I were awakened by a telephone call from Sean’s roommate that Sean had been taken by ambulance to Fort Atkinson Memorial Hospital.

Sean was treated for his injuries and released from the hospital the same day. As this was a private family matter, we chose not to remark publicly about it and allow law enforcement to do their job. But we understand these types of incidents will eventually become public and questions will arise, particularly in my position as a state legislator.

Sean is still recovering from the injuries he sustained as a result of this beating, and we are confident he will make a full recovery. But obviously, as parents, we are shaken by this event and very troubled it was apparently initiated and motivated for political reasons.

Soon – and particularly if Obama gets re-elected – we will be seeing unions and students violently rioting to get more of other people’s money.  It is who they are because liberals are evil and violent and hateful (55 million babies murdered by Democrats and liberals are crying out for God’s justice as we speak).  When violence comes to America, it will come from the left.  Just as it is coming from the left now all over Europe.

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12 Responses to “Democrats Continue To Prove That Theirs Is The Violent Ideology Of Fascism”

  1. Dog Walker Says:

    I live in a blue state. I go to a blue gym. I am not friends or friendly with Democrats. It is easy to envision violence emanating from the tension. I carry a .380 in my underwear. I imagine they are packing as well. They know who I am. They have seen me on tv antagonizing their unions.

    You have pretty much heard the gist of my argument. Government employees not paying Social Security. When I present that argument publicly it undermines a necessary ingredient to their union’s negotiations. “Good Faith.” Both the city and the unions have to negotiate in good faith, After my input, the city attorney can assert that they lack good faith at the get go. He can assert that they are already in an abusive relationship with their benefactors, the tax payer.

    History of violence. Paige McKenzie was beaten to a bloody pulp just two weeks before the ’06 gubernatorial election. She was the spokesperson for the John Dendahl campaign. Really she was beaten to within an inch of her life.

    The “media” didn’t cover it like I would have. I believe that it was a political hit. “Public Sector Union.” John Dendahl ended up leaving the state. I believe that he was intimidated.

  2. Jack Meoff Says:


  3. Michael Eden Says:

    Jack Meoff,

    Thank you for getting back so soon regarding my question as to what was packed in your skull in place of a brain.

  4. Michael Eden Says:

    Dog Walker,

    We’re blood brothers on the unions. I’ll have to look up the Paige McKenzie story and add it to my article “Labor Unions: A Century Of Genuine Evil.”

    It was labor unions who formed the backbone of the Marxist takeover. It was labor unions who formed the backbone of the Nazi Party takeover (NAZI = National SOCIALIST German WORKERS Party). It is labor unions who are behind most of the violent unrest in now-financially ruined Greece, Italy and Spain. And when we start seeing pervasive violence in America, labor unions will be the backbone of that, too.

    California alone has a $500 billion black hole due to union pensions. Unions are truly evil entities, pure and simple. And either we kill unions or unions will kill America.

  5. Dog Walker Says:

    You won’t find much on Paige McKenzie. The media more or less spiked the story. If the tables were turned, it would have been a headline in every paper. Our paper passed it off as a random act.

    It had to be just weird coincidence that Paige was spokesperson to a political campaign. Oh, and Paige left the state as well.

    My state has 6 billion in unfunded pension liabilities. That don’t sound like much compared to CA, but I think we only have population 2 million. Out of that we probably only have 3 hundred thousand tax payers. So it is a big deal.

    I saved some newspaper clippings on Paige. One of them is a really weird article by the Dem chairman. I ought to send it with my analysis. I would have to scan it. It has all kinds of metaphor of sports violence. It was published a day or so after the McKenzie hit. In my mind it was a tongue in cheek claim for the hit. Some people think I am stretching with that supposition.

    A .380 in my underwear sounds a little weird or unsanitary. What I got is a fabric holster that is like a money belt sort of. It is actually between my underwear and my pants. I don’t wear it in the gym per se. But to and from and pretty much everywhere. I am not going to submit to a beating. Of course I have the feeling that in my case it wouldn’t be a beating.

    I wish I could link you to the City Council video. It used to be online. But I think it was wiping out their bandwidth so they took down the video. I am actually kind of liking that. TV news would take clips out of it, which is fine for open government and all. But I got to feeling kind of… even in the grocery story I would get antagonism from like an off duty bus driver. But hey, those guys are lardass wimps.


  6. Michael Eden Says:

    Dog Walker,

    One of the reasons I started this blog and did so much documenting of what I was saying is because the media has a way of “purging” a lot of stuff that doesn’t make their liberal ideology look good. One of my primary goals was simply to preserve a record. Because liberals despise truth and hate facts and love to revise history.

    300,000 taxpayers out of 2 million residents? Wow, Obamanomics is really working super swell in your state. Having one actual taxpayer to about every seven parasites must be pretty awesome.

    Given that the left ALWAYS is the first to resort to violence EVERY SINGLE TIME, and given that conservative nails that stick up tend to get pounded down in all kinds of underhanded ways, it’s a good idea to think about self-protection.

    As to the .380, all I can say is I would personally never publicly say I was carrying if I didn’t have the permit to be carrying. I wouldn’t even tell my friends. ‘Cause you just never know who’s listening in.

  7. FMC Says:

    There is a radio, talk-show host in my area named Brian Wilson who carries without a permit. He is a libertarian and believes that he has the right and does not need a permit. He will carry even in places that say don’t carry. Amazingly, he often talks openly on his radio show about this. The guy is either nuts or has balls of steel, if you ask me.

  8. Michael Eden Says:


    Either nuts, or balls of steel, OR actually HAS a permit that he’d whip out if he actually needed to.

    I believe that the freak show that Democrats have raised about voter ID laws ought to get conservatives and libertarians phrasing their question this way: if it’s “unconstitutional” to require ID to allow somebody to vote, then why the hell would it be anything OTHER than unconstitutional to require ID to allow somebody to buy a gun AND CARRY IT when that right is enshrined in the 2nd Amendment?

    I don’t know. I know I DON’T have “balls of steel” because the last time I got hit in the nuts they definitely WERE NOT made of steel. And maybe because of that if I’m going to do something that could land me in jail the last thing I’d do would be to talk about it in any kind of a public forum. But that is of course coming from an obviously cowardly man who has a clear phobia about being hit in my balls.

  9. Dog Walker Says:

    In my state it is a misdemeanor to carry without a permit. Of course a weapons related misdemeanor is something that could otherwise ruin your life with respect to employment and such. Not trivial even though it sounds so.

  10. Dog Walker Says:

    Oh yeah, I was going to say something about my speculation that only one in seven are taxpayers in my state. Alright, figure the population includes children, they don’t pay taxes. Figure the population of welfare deadbeats and their children, they don’t pay.

    Here is the wild one. I assert that government employees don’t pay taxes.

    One time I was at a public meeting where city employees were all whining about the mayor having denied them their scheduled raises. Some of them even got pay cuts. All of this was out of budgetary respect to the taxpayer who suffered incredibly because of the economy. One of the city employees went to the podium and whined “we pay taxes too.”

    When I got to the podium it was so sweet. I responded to the effect that government employees supposing that they pay taxes is like a preacher who preaches two services on Sunday. He passes the plate at each service, but just prior to the second service he grabs a wad of cash out of the plate. Then at the second service he puts some money in the plate and boasts, “see I tithe too! Out of my own money!”

    So eh, you can kind of see why those guys hate me.

  11. Michael Eden Says:

    Dog Walker,

    I’d have to see and better understand your argument that “government workers don’t pay taxes.”

    As a soldier I had to pay taxes, although soldiers were given special tax exemptions and credits that were not avaiable to the general public. I also had to pay state taxes (I had joined the military in the state of Oregon and was a legal resident of Oregon at the time) based on federal income tax rules. And I personally wouldn’t want it any other way for our soldiers.

    I’d also point out that plenty of government officials – such as Timothy Geithner as one famous example – turned out to be tax cheats. That kind of implies that they had an obligation to pay taxes, but didn’t.

  12. Michael Eden Says:

    Dog Walker,

    Yeah, in California it’s a quasi-felony, quasi-measdemeanor, depending on the cirumstances such as how good your lawyer is and how bad they want to nail you.

    I’d just assume not find out which it is the hard way.

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