Over at Stephen Gordon's excellent blog, TheNextRight, comes word of a plot not to destroy big-government GOP idjits but to scare the bejeezus outta them.
From the perspective of someone who helped organize a large 2003 Tea Party event to begin the process to kill Alabama Governor Riley's proposed tax increase, I know how angry fiscal conservatives can feel about folks who have betrayed them. More recently, we even dissed a Republican Secretary of State who demanded to speak at one of the April 15th Tea Parties I helped organize.
Pondering all of this, I contacted a few Tea Party organizers I'd been in contact with see what they thought of the general idea.
"Hell, yeah!" was the immediate response from one person I've never heard use that word before.
"We should do it even for one bad floor vote," wrote one organizer about a specific Senator in his state. "This way, he'll get the message that we'll be watching every minor move he makes."
To wrap this all up, it's better that I don't identify any states or congressional districts already targeted. This way, every last Republican with a bad fiscal conscience (or desire to be re-elected) who currently holds public office should be having nightmares about who might show at his or her next campaign rally or public speaking event. A healthy dose of paranoia can sometimes be a good thing.