The Kansas City Star's editorial page and blog take aim at TEA Party protesters today. In a completely expected move, the Star attempts to propagate the myth that the TEA Party rallies have been organized by right wing radicals, the Republican Party, and even Republican elected officials.
There is, of course, one big problem in that logic. If Republican's had been able to organize such a nationwide response, would Obama have ever been elected in the first place? Would we have further lost House and Senate seats? To believe the massive rallies being held are organized by "right wing radicals" is to believe those radicals have the organization skills of, well, a barracuda.
Quite honestly, the Star has checked out of reality if they think the hated Republicans could pull off this kind of response.