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Melissa the Martyr: a victim for wanting America to fail?

October 24, 2011

For Melissa the Martyr, and for the Tea Party Nation, only one side is allowed to vilify, demonize, denigrate, attack, threaten and dehumanize their opponents, and only one side has license to say whatever is necessary to promote their agenda, no matter how dangerous or damaging it is to their fellow countrymen and to their nation.

After calling for America to fail so that she may see her political agenda fulfilled, Melissa Brookstone now finds she has become the victim of unscrupulous persecution and egregious attacks against her from the insane left and the progressives, led by dark forces funded by George Soros and supported by the lunatics from the Occupy Wall Street Movement. Yes, after making such accusations as…

  • The President, Democrats in Congress, the media and all progressives are committing treason
  • That these same horrible politicians and activists are part of global conspiracy to destroy our Democracy
  • That they are socialists
  • That they are bent on collapsing the American economy
  • And after she advocated that small businesses should stop all job creation to bring down the country and the POTUS

Melissa the Martyr is now casting herself as a victim because of the furor over her manifesto that SEEKS TO HARM AMERICANS AND PROMOTE THE FAILURE OF THE U.S. ECONOMY IN PURSUIT OF HER POLITICAL AGENDA!

OH THE HUMANITY!

And as the owner of Colorado Process Servers and a member of several professional associations including NAPPS, PSACO and the PPIAC, Ms. Brookstone is now claiming her livelihood is being impacted all because of vicious attacks by the liberal, George Soros funded, smear machine (and not because she has decided not to hire employees she might need to conduct business), a smear machine that is are making outrageous claims like…

  • Demonizing her unfairly just because she made the ever so reasonable and rational assertions that the POTUS, all media, and all progressives are socialists and that they are guilty of treason!
  • Libel for being unfairly called a “Tea Party leader” by this website and multiple other news outlets that have reported her as a Tea Bagger Queen, Leader and Activist, all because she is (apparently) an unwitting or unknowing leading voice and blogger on one of the Tea party movement’s signature websites, Tea Party Nation.
  • This site making ‘death’ threats against her. A claim that unfortunately for her, has not a shred of truth or evidence to support it and which she cannot prove, making some wonder if she has this site confused with Ann Coulter, who reguarly advocates murdering her opponents, or the millions of Tea Party faithful who brandish their weapons as intimidation and threats to those they oppose, such as the threat made against this blog by one of Ms. Brookstone’s supporters, Charlie Z.
  • George Soros being behind this site and the attacks on her, something we at this site did not know, and which we are thrilled to hear because that means we’ll be driving much nicer cars in the very near future!

Poor, poor Melissa the Martyr…all she did was post in the public domain a manifesto that seeks to harm American citizens and the U.S. economy for personal and political gain, resulting in public outrage and a call to action that is intended to make sure that people know about it so she can PROUDLY and COURAGEOUSLY own her words and her beliefs.

But how dare people force her to be accountable, force her to own her words, and force her to take responsiblity for what she advocates and believes! For Melissa the Martyr, and for the Tea Party Nation, only one side is allowed to vilify, demonize, denigrate, attack, threaten and dehumanize their opponents, and only one side has license to say whatever is necessary to promote their agenda, no matter how dangerous or damaging it is to their fellow countrymen and to their nation. And of course, that side is the one Melissa the Martyr shares with her Tea Party brethren. The fact that the rest of America doesn’t know this truth to be self evident? Well, that is unjust, unfair, unreasonable, and frankly un-American as far as Melissa the Martyr and the Tea Party Nation are concerned!

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15 Comments leave one →
  1. Ed Bradford permalink
    November 1, 2011 3:43 pm

    Sorry, I was just responding to

    “For Melissa the Martyr, and for the Tea Party Nation, only one side is allowed to vilify, demonize, denigrate, attack, threaten and dehumanize their opponents, and only one side has license to say whatever is necessary to promote their agenda, no matter how dangerous or damaging it is to their fellow countrymen and to their nation.”

    #OWS is another issue entirely. Is there a point to #OWS? If so what is it?

  2. Ed Bradford permalink
    October 25, 2011 9:07 pm

    Van Jones, Howard Dean, Trumka, Pelosi, Reid – all have made absurd remarks – and these folks are off the top of my head.

    The point is, if you want to attack people, you are hateful.

    If you can discuss the WHOLE TRUTH about issues, you can contribute to the improvement of your country.

    Take your pick.

    • Bruce Gruber permalink
      October 27, 2011 6:32 am

      The “whole truth”, however, is NOT ignorance, invective, bias, talking points, emotions, faith, or personal opinions. The whole truth of any particular investigation is the RESULT of unbiased analysis, selfless evaluation, consideration of alternatives, and factual, open, inclusive information gathering. To ascribe “truth” to the loudest uninformed aggregation of agreement is, simply, bullying.

      • Ed Bradford permalink
        October 27, 2011 4:10 pm

        “loudest uninformed aggregation of agreement” – or ‘consensus’. Consensus is OK, but it is not the truth. Isaac Newton was consensus and the ‘TRUTH’ until Einstein came along. That taught most scientists that all physical theories and ‘laws’ are models that could someday be dis-proven. The TRUTH is elusive. More importantly, it is based on facts that achieve 95+% concurrence from all witnesses. [Even a ‘fact’ can be disagreed on. For a fact to fully contribute, almost all reasonable people should agree to the the statement of fact (IMO!).

        By the way, what would the
        “loudest INFORMED aggregation of agreement” represent?

      • Bruce Gruber permalink
        October 27, 2011 7:11 pm

        Newton and Einstein developed theories from earlier work, from their own observations and mathematical calculations Their conclusions could be duplicated by others and, within the bounds of technological capability, stood the test of time. They sought understanding rather than truth. That their theories became accepted as ‘fact’ when repeated successfully did not limit further growth of understanding, but it certainly did NOT prove “That (it) taught most scientists that all physical theories and ‘laws’ are models that could someday be dis-proven.”

        Perhaps I should have addressed “the loudest MISinformed aggregation of agreement” as a means of conveying the antithesis of the scientific method in addressing group assertion of emotional opinion as truth by number – factless or not. Concurrence by a majority (95% notwithstanding) in no way demonstrates fact OR truth. It merely represents acceptance on some level of similar views or beliefs. If a significant number of deniers agree with some quotable source that argues against humanity’s influence on global warming/climate change, their number does not create a fact or truth in any form. When they individually and collectively dismiss a significant body of scientific inquiry which supports theories they have refused to accept (but/and have NOT investigated with an open mind), I consider them to represent an uninformed or misinformed aggregation of agreement – an opinionated, bullying group of anti-intellectuals – book burners, if you will.

        Many Caucasians in the ‘Old’ South held any number of opinions regarding people of African heritage, identifiable by their skin color. For almost as long as Newton’s theories of mechanics (gravitation and laws of motion) held sway, these Southern ‘white’ citizens used many terms to describe their “concurrence’s” regarding former slaves – non-human, ignorant, ineducable, primitive, inferior, and more. Einstein could not have purchased a home in their neighborhoods because Jews were “Restricted” from living there.

        Generally accepted as truth (or ‘fact’) these biases served to deny the principles on which our country was founded to many by legal, extralegal and illegal means – education, voting rights, public accommodations, and even life, liberty and property. These ignorant, albeit traditionally maintained, emotionally charged biases have dogged mankind’s entire history through numerous wars over religious or governmental beliefs and a basic fear of the “other”. They have always been disguised as “truth” or “fact” by the mob mentality of a notable number of people who agreed with one another. A FACT does not ‘contribute’ – partially or fully. It simply IS a fact. That some or many may not like or agree with it doesn’t have anything to do with being “reasonable”, though it’s acceptance may well have to do with the ability to reason – or not as the case might be..

        The “loudest INFORMED aggregation of agreement” might be a protest movement supporting civil rights, women’s rights, free public education, an end to war or the right to vote – but that’s just my opinion!

  3. Robert permalink
    October 25, 2011 10:13 am

    I’m suggesting that she represents a weak participant in the economy whose self education was largely spoon fed to her by Glenn Beck. She has written 75 page manifesto which is full of his ideas and probably lifted from Glenn’s books. She should be asked to print a retraction or seek employment elsewhere. Law firms in Denver area hire her and are likely her main source of revenue as well as mortgage firms in the area. People associated with your local Tea parties should also feel the same sort of economic pressure.

  4. October 24, 2011 9:54 pm

    Good God! The woman looks like my first wife (R.I.P.) and I used to kid her by calling her “Taciana Santa y Martir.” I’m sure she would have identified with the pic.

  5. October 24, 2011 4:38 pm

    The Klanservative Klanbagging Kooks only have hate to bind them. When one begins to research them just a little, one finds a whole lot of people living off that GUBMINT largesse. But they hate so much that they seem willing to destroy themselves in the pursuit of the destruction of that which they hate.

  6. October 24, 2011 2:05 pm

    This is why the Tea Party simply cannot be taken seriously. Self-centered lunacy is no basis for a rational policy discussion.

    • Ed Bradford permalink
      October 24, 2011 6:35 pm

      I can find just as many left lunatics as you can right lunatics.
      Find something substantive to discuss.
      Issues, not people.

      • October 24, 2011 7:57 pm

        No, Ed, you sure as hell cannot, especially in the professional political realm. It is an absurdity to claim otherwise.

      • October 24, 2011 10:05 pm

        You are right. We are ALL crazy; even if we are just observers of the human comedy.

      • October 25, 2011 9:06 am

        Your search for ”truth’ suggests a narrow and somewhat closed-minded bent. There is a strong possibility you prefer the “fair and balanced” Murdockian approach to learning what you are supposed to believe you know.

      • October 25, 2011 10:06 am

        Yes, but most of the left-wing lunatics you will find are not leaders or spokespersons for major movements and parties.

      • November 1, 2011 6:43 am

        And, as the quality of discourse continues to devolve, anyone can ferret out a number of un- or ill-educated, angry ‘believers on all sides of ANY issue. The test of our humanity is the ability to seek, find and build on shared interests and common ground. We have made SOME progress since the days when unbelievers were beheaded or burned at the stake. Though it seems (all too often) that the level of anger suggests that some would like to return to “those thrilling days of yesteryear”.
        Finding idiots to hold up as examples of idiocy seems somewhat wasteful when mankind faces so many challenges. Placing blame hardly offers solutions.

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