In 1971 Saul D. Alinsky, founder of the Industrial Areas Foundation, published Rules for Radicals. Alinsky wrote the book because, as a man who had spent nearly his entire life organizing, he was dismayed at rag-tag efforts of campus radicals and hippies who claimed to be activists and organizers but who had succeeded only in calling a great deal of attention to themselves, and little else. Alinsky believed that the youth protest movement of the late 1960's - early 1970's had great promise, but he also realized that it was ideologically tattered and hopelessly obsessed with shock and sensationalism instead of results. His book was designed to teach those radicals how to organize. sourceAlinsky's Chapter 7, "Tactics," lists 13 "Power Tactics." Number five says:
Ridicule is man's most potent weapon. It is almost impossible to counterattack ridicule, and it infuriates the opposition.And that's exactly what buffoons like Rep Alan Grayson (D-FL) deserve: ridicule. Watch as the uninvited Grayson invades and interrupts a local Tea Party gathering, insults citizens there and acts like an all-around fool:
Men like Grayson are nowhere near qualified to serve in the United States Congress. Just look at the many, many clips of him on YouTube. It's astonishing how many foolish, inane things come out of the man's overactive mouth.
It isn't difficult to do, but we have to constantly point out that liberals like Grayson are ridiculous - until they are not electable, even in liberal districts. Are you willing to employ Alinsky tactics against the far left America-haters?