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Klayman’s Delusions of Grandeur

Larry Klayman really is endlessly amusing to me. He really does seem to believe that he’s leading a “second American revolution,” which is absolutely hilarious. The self-delusion is almost touching, especially as he pretends that his rally in Lafayette Park last November did anything other than spread a little litter around.

Oct. 13, 2013, was the day the first shots were fired in the New American Revolution. This occurred when yours truly, joined by fellow tea partiers Gov. Sarah Palin and Sens. Mike Lee and Ted Cruz, spoke before a crowd of angry patriots who had gathered in front of the World War II Memorial to protest having been prevented from entering this hallowed ground for military veterans by the Obama-run U.S. Park Service during the government shutdown. Following the speeches and protests, hordes of these angry patriots, myself included, marched across the rainy and cold landscape of our “capital of corruption,” Washington, D.C., to congregate in front of the now tarnished and defiled Pennsylvania Avenue gates of the White House – whose current inhabitant is a fraudulently elected president who primarily favors socialists, atheists, Muslims and others from the far left and, as a self-proclaimed king, does not represent all Americans as he promised when elected.

Some of the hordes carried with them the government barricades they had torn down at the World War II Memorial. Sharpshooters were stationed on top of the White House ready to take out anyone who they deemed to be out of control. Still, the patriots bravely proceeded to symbolically throw the barricades up against the gates separating themselves from our “fearless leader.” All of this was captured by the news media who were present that day. While the patriots harmed no one, it was clear to all who were present that this was the first sign that a new American revolution had begun; in effect, the first shots fired at Lexington and Concord.

About a month later, on Nov. 19, 2013, the revolution was furthered by another peaceful but forceful protest I and other patriots had named the Reclaim America Now Coalition. Also held in front the the White House, in full earshot of President Obama, whom I metaphorically accused of hiding for cover under his desk, the event had speakers and the crowd proclaiming their dedication to restoring the freedoms our Founding Fathers had proclaimed on July 4, 1776. Reading aloud this Declaration of Independence, taking a lead from our Founding Fathers, we pledged our “fortunes,” sacred honor and lives to do whatever it takes to save our great nation, peacefully and non-violently. Present that day were representatives from over 40 organizations and others who had come together to further the cause of freedom.

Wow, 40 organizations were represented…within the whopping 100 or so people who showed up. There were almost as many speakers as there were attendees. But you keep telling yourself that you’re at the vanguard of a new revolution, Larry. The rest of us will just point and laugh.

Comments

  1. Nick Gotts says

    as a self-proclaimed king

    I must have missed this proclamation. Tsk, tsk, the BBC isn’t what it was!

  2. steve78b says

    The story sounds like it was written by the Onion or National Lampoon or Saturday Night Live or Benny Hill (PBUH)

    Surely that story wasn’t written seriously? If so, that yahoo is more deranged than he sounds.

  3. countryboy says

    While I can agree with the sentiment about Washington DC being the capitol of corruption, idiots like Klayman ain’t gonna change a thing with these feeble demonstrations. Any real change will come from mass public pressure and the voting booth. That’s the only revolution that will make real change and, givin the recent record of the American electorate, I ain’t too optimistic.

  4. emc2 says

    So why the quotes around “fortunes”? He’s not willing to spend any of is own money? Just the money of clueless rubes who contribute to him?

    taking a lead from our Founding Fathers, we pledged our “fortunes,” sacred honor and lives to do whatever it takes to save our great nation, peacefully and non-violently.

    (emphasis mine) If what the Founding Fathers did they did ‘peacefully and non-violently’ then I really don’t want to see their idea of war and violence.

  5. Mr Ed says

    Invite forty groups to your rally, encourage each to bring a friend, hope twenty random people stop to listen.

    40 x 2 + 20 = 1,000,000

  6. John Pieret says

    He forgot to mention that the Citizens Grand Jury meeting in the barn out in back of his house are almost ready to indict Barack Barry Obama Soetoro and then send out the county sheriffs to arrest him.

    Klayman would have to have a much better grasp of reality in order to be classified merely as delusional.

  7. Rik van says

    Funny to keep hearing President Obama and his allies as being describes as “from the far left”. Over here they would be hugging the right side of the scale.

  8. Doug Little says

    Some of the hordes carried with them the government barricades they had torn down at the World War II Memorial. Sharpshooters were stationed on top of the White House ready to take out anyone who they deemed to be out of control.

    Hordes, I think that the lower bound that could be reasonably used for a horde is still well above the number of people they had in their group. There is something obviously false about the sharpshooters in that Larry would have been deemed out of control and as such should be dead.

  9. eric says

    had gathered in front of the World War II Memorial to protest having been prevented from entering this hallowed ground for military veterans

    Hallowed ground? Its less than ten years old! I have tennis shoes more hallowed than the WWII memorial.

  10. Moggie says

    I suppose the word “horde” is context-dependent. If you answer your doorbell and find ten people there, you might think “wow, what’s this horde?” But in the context of a protest in DC, I’d say you need to be into four figures before you graduate from “gaggle” to “horde”.

  11. says

    More people showed up to defend Cliven Bundy than came to Klayman’s “Second American Revolution.”

    I don’t know if that’s a good thing or a bad thing.

  12. says

    eric “Hallowed ground? Its less than ten years old! I have tennis shoes more hallowed than the WWII memorial.”
    WHY DID YOU THINK OBAMAS JACKBOOTED THUGS PUT BARRICADES AROUND THEM DURING THE GOVERNMENT SHUTDOWN?!!

  13. cheesynougats says

    ” having been prevented from entering this hallowed ground for military veterans by the Obama-run US Park Service studying the government shutdown.”

    How dare Obama shut down the government during the government shutdown!!!!

  14. Richard Smith says

    Y’know, Klayman, all those short members of that horde, with their grey or black fur coats, and really bushy tails? They’re called squirrels, and aren’t usually counted as actual people…

  15. Artor says

    Who’s the guy who fantasizes about the hot, sweaty, muscular men loading up crates of The Gay Agenda to ship out under the cover of a dark & stormy night? It sounds like he’s ghost-writing for Klayman. This is serious Bulwer-Lytton territory.

  16. leonardschneider says

    “Some of the hordes carried with them the government barricades they had torn down at the World War II Memorial….. Still, the patriots bravely proceeded to symbolically throw the barricades up against the gates…”

    So… A small rabble of people got confused, thought they were Raiders fans, and engaged in mild vandalism, plus ripping off a few wooden barriers: “We stole barricades! We’re stickin’ it to The Man!” “Uh, Larry, we are The Man.” Dude, you’re not leading a revolution. You’re not even leading a 5° turn.

    (And five minutes later, the barricades were back on the sidewalk, being used by skateboarders to practice rail slides. The Secret Service gave ‘em ten minutes, then half-heartedly shooed the skaters off, ignoring Larry et. al. completely.)

  17. A Masked Avenger says

    Back in Clinton’s day, before I’d recovered from right-wing leanings, I thought the premise of his organization had merit: sue politicians for corrupt practices, and either win, or put them through discovery, or at least draw attention to their behavior. In fact I still think the idea has merit, even though the government retains the right to decide whether you’re allowed to sue it (or any of its denizens).

    Too bad the idea belonged to a right-wing nut job who selectively sued Democrats, and who sued for conspiracy-theory stuff as much as any genuine corruption.

  18. freehand says

    a crowd of angry patriots who had gathered in front of the World War II Memorial to protest having been prevented from entering this hallowed ground for military veterans by the Obama-run U.S. Park Service during the government shutdown.
    .
    So, he’s mad that some of the government was shut down after his Tea Bagger cohorts shut it down?
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    Muslims and others from the far left
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    Heh. HehahahahahahaHAHAHAHA!
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    [snort]
    .
    Sigh.

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