As I wrote before, conservatives, in general, do not believe in violently attacking one’s own country to make a point. Our weapon is the vote. That said, the media quite handily linked Joseph Stack and the Tea Party movement, trying desperately to discredit this conservative revival. After reading his “manifesto” it becomes clear that he was a disturbed man and in fact quoted the Communist Manifesto at the end of his own… “right-wing” he was not. To make my point here is a self-described Maoist who can personally relate to Joseph Stack:
Funny how at the end, the narrator talks about a certain “series of events that precipitate change” that take place in third world countries, I assume that he refers to violent communist revolutions. Interesting how far left-wing communists (I know I am being redundant) stand by a man described by the media as a right-wing terrorist… one begins to wonder if the mainstream media is misleading the public on purpose or if this is just incompetence on their part. I lean toward the former explanation.