You can feel it in the air, rising on a zephyr like a handmade sign depicting Obama as the Joker. Operation American Spring is on, people, in the streets of Washington and Baton Rouge and—that's about it, really. But here comes the nutty conservative impeachment revolution!
Compared to the Tea Party, Operation American Spring is... nothing, in truth. Like, literally tens of people sitting around being crazy. No, really, check out the photos below.
But revolutions have started as nothing before. And this nothing is really something: an attempt to impeach not only Obummer and Uncle Joe but John Boner and all them other colloborationist RINO-types and start all over with a proper constitutional government by the old white folks, for the old white folks. Here's what it is, according to Raw Story:
Operation American Spring aims to pressure those lawmakers who remain – or are replaced by officials of their own choosing – "to sponsor and pass very Constitutionally crafted State legislation to dissolve the size, powers, scope and spending of the U.S. Government by 2/3rds."
The activists say they expect 10 million to 30 million like-minded Americans to join them Friday in the nation's capital for a rally patterned after Occupy Wall Street and "Arab Spring" protests.
They also plan a sister event the same day in Bunkerville, Nevada, where militia groups have gathered to support scofflaw rancher Cliven Bundy in his dispute with the federal government.
Organizers also anticipate "incremental nullification" by state legislatures of "all withholding taxes, employment taxes, employer taxes, and income taxes."
Get your Gadsden flags and gas masks, people. It's happening! And according to OAS leader Col. Harry Riley, lots of militias and "high-ranking military leaders" are ready to rock this thing if tyrant Obama and his Sheriff Holder try to knock skulls:
I fought all through the Cold War and to me I've never seen a threat to the United States any greater than the internal threat that Obama and his administration and a Congress that does nothing reflect. We're in a serious, grave situation. It's a reason we're going to Washington to try, to try. I fear the next step, if this doesn't happen, is going to be something that not a combat soldier wants to see. We've been through the carnage, we've seen it, we understands what happens and that's the last thing we want.
So what's this sea change in American democracy look like? Glad you asked:
But you have to understand, one of the reasons the crowd is so sparse is because of disinformation. You see, it turns out that some crazy paranoics who don't trust the government also think a rally such as this is a government-planted ruse to assemble America's patriots, unarmed, for easier killin':
But the organizers assure you all that's not the case! This is a civil engagement, unless of course it turns uncivil. And also, don't believe anything you've heard about the venue changing:
But if the crowds don't impress you, don't write this thing off yet. They're willing to stay on the streets, protesting tyranny, for as long as it takes, or until the chocolate Wonderfall at Golden Corral has another Veterans Eat Free Day.
To paraphrase some lefty chick: Never doubt that a small group of militant white conservatives can change America; indeed, it's the only thing that ever has.