Politics

From the Killing Fields to the Tea Party

A Cambodian refugee and self-described Reagan Republican runs for Congress in the Bay State.

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Lowell, Mass.—Sam Meas isn't your typical congressional candidate. For one thing, the Cambodian refugee doesn't know his birthday.

"I tell people I am 38 years old—plus or minus two years." In 1973, Meas's father was sent to be "re-educated" by the Khmer Rouge and was never heard from again. During the chaos following the regime's collapse in 1979, Meas was separated from his mother. He never saw her again. Marching night and day toward the Thai border with a cousin, Meas recalls stepping over corpses and watching bloated bodies float down jungle waterways.

After years in a Thai refugee camp, in 1986 Meas was brought to the United States by the aid organization Catholic Charities. He spent months watching General Hospital and All My Children to improve his vocabulary. Twenty-five years later—after stints as a shoe-shine boy, a grocery-bagger, and a financial adviser—Meas is learning the craft of politics. "Health care should not be in the realm of government," he tells me in carefully accented English at a Cambodian restaurant where he is something of a celebrity. America is "on a slow path towards socialism." And "we need to get government out of managing people's lives."

Meas, who describes this country as "heaven on Earth," is running in Massachusetts' fifth district, currently represented by Democrat Niki Tsongas. Of the four Republicans competing to run against her, only Meas and Jon Golnik have garnered significant media attention. Golnik, a moderate Republican from Carlisle whose media team includes veterans of Sen. Scott Brown's campaign, is widely expected to prevail in the Sept. 14 primary. Meas is hobbled by an almost total absence of campaign money, an inexperienced campaign staff, and the difficulty of being a self-described "social conservative" in a liberal state.

And yet Meas, who calls himself the "new face of the Republican party," has attracted considerable attention from local Republican activists. Though he rejects the "tea party candidate" label, Meas acknowledges sharing many of the "values and ideas" of the insurgent movement, pointing out that he has spoken at tea party events in the state. "I've never met any tea party activists who have fangs or horns," he jokes. Instead, he argues, they are merely "the silent majority of Americans" for whom government has grown too large.

Meas prefers to identify as a Reagan Republican. Unlike the countless other Reagan votaries in the party, Meas offers a convincing claim that the 40th president was quite literally his personal savior. "I owe my life to him; he allowed me to come here and he fought Communism," he says.

Like most in the grass-roots movement, Meas rails against the health-care bill and illegal immigration, and says we need to slash personal and corporate tax rates. But he can also drift into the hyperbolic, declaring that "having lived under a totalitarian regime . . . I know what it is like to have lost all of your freedom"—stopping just short of comparing the Obama administration's policies to those of the Khmer Rouge.

Meas possesses a pronounced libertarian streak. At a recent debate, he struck a rare discordant note when he echoed the heterodox Republican Rep. Ron Paul in arguing that the Federal Reserve needs to be audited, then eliminated. Later in the same debate he waved a copy of the Constitution, declaring it the only document upon which all laws need be judged.

According to local election watchers, Meas is unlikely to emerge victorious: Golnik has more money and better name recognition. But the battle for Tsongas's seat is heating up. "In the absence of polling," says David Paleologos, a pollster at Suffolk University in Boston, "the district looks competitive if independent candidates don't draw significant numbers of votes from the Republicans."

He points out that Tsongas, despite her name recognition (she is the widow of the late Sen. Paul Tsongas), won her seat in a surprisingly tight race against an unknown Republican challenger. Massachusetts Republican Party Chairwoman Jennifer Nassour argues that Tsongas "faces an uphill battle." In 2009, Scott Brown won the district handily. This year, just how disaffected voters are with the status quo is anyone's guess.

Both Meas and Golnik are focusing on jobs. The cities of Lawrence and Lowell have unemployment numbers—17 percent and 11.8 percent, respectively—that are significantly higher than the national average. Meas is relying on the votes of Lowell's 20,000 Cambodian-Americans. His campaign is furiously attempting to un-enroll those currently registered as Democrats, since in Massachusetts voting in the Republican primary is open only to independents and registered Republicans.

Meas sighs deeply when conversation drifts back to his family destroyed by the Khmer Rouge. He says he forgets what his mother looks like and, if she is indeed still alive, would have no way of identifying her. "I'm hoping that after I win this congressional campaign, I'll be famous and I can go back to Cambodia and people will recognize me. Then we can do DNA tests."

But even if he doesn't, this longshot Republican vows to stay involved in politics. "I'm not doing this for glory," he stresses, "for there is no glory in politics." He is doing it, he says, out of a sense of duty.

Michael C. Moynihan is a senior editor at Reason magazine. This article originally appeared in The Wall Street Journal.

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  1. Incredible story of an uplifted spirit.

    1. I feel terrible for a person like this and also admire them. Khmer Rouge stories make me angry about US foreign policy…especially the fake cold warriors like Henry Kissinger, Zbig and Moynihan…the US government help the Khmer Rouge get in and stay in power…they didn’t care that he was a communist murderer…Zbig admits it in his book Grand Chessboard. Moynihnan defends these motherfuckers regularly.

  2. “he can also drift into the hyperbolic, declaring that “having lived under a totalitarian regime . . . I know what it is like to have lost all of your freedom”

    I say we leave it to the guy who fled totalitarianism — stepping over corpses to do so — to determine what constitutes “hyperbolic.”

    1. Thanks, but no thanks…I’ll make my own determination.

      1. My point being that unless you’ve literally stepped over the bodies fleeing full-out totalitarian violence, nothing in your experience gives you knowledge necessary to determine whether Meas is “hyperbolic” or not.

        1. Is that like you can’t know what it’s like being black or you can’t know what it’s like being a woman? If that’s the case then why write or talk about it?

          1. No. Moynihan denounces Meas as “hyperbolic” for saying: “having lived under a totalitarian regime . . . I know what it is like to have lost all of your freedom.”

            Given the facts, I imagine he does know what that feels like, and Moynihan has no clue whatsoever. Neither you nor Moynihan have experienced anything even remotely analogous to fleeing the Khmer Rouge.
            You have no grounds in facts or reason on which to evaluate and denounce the experience of someone who literally survived the Killing Fields.

            You fail to grasp the narrow limits of your own experience and narrow limits that it imposes on how you can understand Meas’s “hyperbolic” experience.

            1. How the fuck do you know all that??? That is silly bullshit…you don’t know me.

              1. Do tell us all about your flight from the Khmer Rouge.

            2. If fleeing from the Khmer Rouge is as bad as Obamacare, then it’s really not as bad as I imagined it.

              1. Why are you suggesting that the Khmer Rouge and Obama’s ham-fisted attempt at nationalizing medicine are in any way related?

                Meas certainly doesn’t say that.

          2. I don’t believe that statement was hyperbole. Though I’m glad you pointed out that I don’t have to BE him before I can agree with him or not.

    2. “he can also drift into the hyperbolic, declaring that “having lived under a totalitarian regime . . . I know what it is like to have lost all of your freedom”

      Moynihan is such a fucking word nazi. He uses irony and sarcasm every chance he gets yet if someone uses hyperbole it is the fucking end of civil discourse.

      1. Moynihan must approve of the Khmer Rouge just like his foreign policy heroes..Kissinger and Zbig who were as powerful as ever under the Rockefeller/CIA/Bush regime…ever read how Reagan was strong armed into accepting Bush as VP? reagan had no power he was merely allowed to put in face time.

    3. I agree with this sentiment.

      My question is why are we so afraid of hyperbolic statements? Can people not identify the parallels, weed out the differences and synthesize the information in a way that is meaningful to our current reality?

      People that complain that a statement is hyperbolic is either too stupid to translate the message, or thinks they are the only one smart enough to decode the meaning, or they simply want something to attack because they dont like message or the messenger.

      1. It’s hyperbolic because there is absolutely NO comparison between nationalised healthcare and a regime that murdered millions of people. None. Who is Obama ‘murdering’ by making healthcare available?

      2. “Can people not identify the parallels..”

        Most people can, but a small few won’t. These few people tend to get very violent. Thus, hyperbole is a bad idea in political discourse.

  3. The House of Representatives is a place that either transforms you into something horrible (if you’re not already there) or you leave behind quickly and in disgust. I’m guessing even if he won, Meas wouldn’t last long.

    1. We need to make it more difficult to pass laws. Maybe a vote representing 100% of both houses plus the executive should be added as an amendment to the constitution.

      A gridlocked government is the surest way to ensure a free society.

    2. Or would it be better to just write three basic laws protecting life, property and enforcing contracts and then completely eliminate the legislative branch?

      It would probably put cable news out of business, but it might just make life a little more tolerable.

  4. “He spent months watching General Hospital and All My Children to improve his vocabulary.” Great now he’s a fucking idiot.

    1. Dude, why so angry?

      1. Dude, why not?

        1. Cause you sound like a hard-core leftist denigrating minorities who don’t toe the party line.

          1. YES!!!

            Leftists have nothing BUT the party line. They dont base their party line in any sort of truth, they have an ends and they will use any means to achieve it.

          2. Wow, you determined that because I think people who watch soap Operas are losers….amazing!

            1. Watching soap operas (or TV series in general) is a very good way to learn conversational English for immigrants. I personally know a few men who did that. Maybe you should meet some people who were not born here before insulting them.

              As for your left-wing sympathies, I made a wild guess based on all your posts above and the fact that you sounded so angry about Sam Meas even though there was so little in the article to dislike him for. Unless, of course, you’re a leftist. Then opposing Obama and being a Republican are good enough reasons to ridicule someone.

              1. Thank you.

              2. Yes, being a Republican is certainly sufficient grounds for ridicule. The guy is a right-winger, not a libertarian. I think it is the height of hypocrisy to come the US as a refugee and then to work for immigration rules that “protect our job markets” (http://www.sammeasforcongress.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=section&layout=blog&id=7&Itemid=56). Protect them from what? Competition?

            2. We are NOT losers.

              1. Seriously. We started watching General Hospital when James Franco joined the cast. Nothing short of amazing. Now we’re hooked. Soaps are unintentionally hilarious and awesome. And you’d be surprised – because they aren’t stupid at all. From what I’ve seen, they’re well-written and the acting is actually quite good. So, there.

    2. He learned words like “Doctor” and “Dirk” and “Calloway” and “Pregnant” and “Lover” and um different combinations of those words.

  5. It’s too bad “death panels” isn’t just hyperbole all the time.

    1. OH NO not death panels!

      Does anyone at least try to think about what this phrase means? Do they really have that hard a time seeing past the hyperbole?

      With a limited number of cures, who decides who gets the cures? The government? The market? The doctor?

      The government is too far removed from the individual to make this decision and therefore they would do so based on a set of rules created by a panel of bureaucrats or as they call them “experts”. Will these rules work in a complex system? Can the bureaucrats really anticipate how their rules will effect people and if they fail, will they be able to respond fast enough to fix it? NO.

      The Market is nimble, cures that are in high demand get the lions share of R&D money (yes, boners are in high demand). The problem is the delivery system. Too much time is wasted waiting for cures to be approved by the FDA and then too much money is wasted on lawsuits. No cure is perfect. Doctors must help patients decide which cures work for them. Doctors are sometimes reluctant to do this for fear of malpractice. And why does a doctor have to have a degree? Is a degree an indication of anything other than schooling? I am not saying doctors should go without schooling, but why not just let people decide which person they want to go to for health care. The market will weed out the bad doctors and without all the barriers to entry, there will be more doctors to choose from, making health care cheaper.

      Government healthcare, requires government to make decisions about healthcare. Rules made by the government essentially effect the availability of cures to individuals. Can you not see the parallels to “death panels”? Do you think others are that stupid? Or, do you just not like the message?

  6. Having lived and worked with them, those Southeast Asian immigrants are WAAAAY too Catholic for my tastes.

    1. Meas is Buddhist.

      1. Perfect.

    2. Sale on pointy white hoods, Aisle 6…

      1. Being Catholic is fine. Not so being WAAAY too Catholic…

  7. The face, new or old, of the Republican Party looks more like Moynihan’s ass–white and flabby.

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        1. I NEVER promised not to come back to this wingnut sight!

          1. I never consented to being viewed by Max.

            1. I don’t even exist. You must mean “Ron Paul”.

              1. Well it is better than being old and shriveled.

              2. I believe he means RuPaul.

      2. We’re losing a true genius.

      3. “…this is my last post.”

        Promise?

    2. This is useless.

      Being white and flabby sounds like a jab at old white people.

      It doesnt matter what anyone LOOKS LIKE. Why do you waste time and server space with stupid remarks like this? There is no value at all to this statement.

      If this sentiment represents some aspect of your core values, then you are no better than the KKK.

      1. “Being white and flabby sounds like a jab at old white people.”

        Nope, more like a metaphor, where “white and flabby” means “lacking fresh ideas.”

        1. “Ideas” is leftist code for “new laws”. The idea here is to get government out of our lives. The government cannot solve problems and whenever they try to solve problems, they compound them with added complexity and then, thirty years later, the government fix explodes in our (the people) faces.

          I want politicians to once and for all tell the truth that they cannot fix problems. If a politician runs on the ticket of doing NOTHING AT ALL but gazing at his navel for 8 – 10 hours a day, then I will always choose them over the one that rides in on a white horse telling me he can fix whatever my particular problem happens to be that day.

          I say the less “IDEAS” the government comes up with, the better off we will all be.

        2. “Nope, more like a metaphor, where “white and flabby” means “lacking fresh ideas.”

          Then that would be black and flabby.

          1. Flabby men of the world unite!

            1. oh shit, the only image i have in my mind now is a giant flab monster roaming the country pushing their “solutions” on everyone like some kind of fucking government sanctioned snake oil salesman.

              1. “the only image i have in my mind now is a giant flab monster roaming the country pushing their “solutions” on everyone”

                That’s no way to speak about Obama’s wife.

  8. Forgets what his mother looks like? But they all look alike.

    1. It’s okay when we liberals use racist language.

      1. I don’t forget what MY mom looks like!

        1. I carry her mugshot in my wallet.

          1. …but the jizz stains made it stick to my picture of Chairman Mao.

  9. He has no birth certificate… the birthers will go nuts.

    1. Only if he runs for President will they go nuts. Nothing in the Constitution says you must be born in the USA to run for Congress.

      1. It’s just a joke….

        1. You put 4 periods at the end of that sentence. At most, there should only be 3…

          1. No, one uses three to suggest a pause mid-sentence, yup’s fourth was the typical end-of-sentence period.

  10. I don’t think it was hyperbole what he said. I once had a client who was from the old Soviet Union and he intimated as much. They just know.

  11. Can’t wait for liberals to oppose this guy, then claim there’s no racism involved.

    1. I’ll make clear that I think Palin is, well, not a serious person. And it looks like she hasn’t the abilities to be a serious person.
      *BUT* that’s also true of, oh, Boxer and that hag Pelosi. And that didn’t stop lefties from attacking Palin as she couldn’t be a real woman, not voting for the proper party.
      The same sort of dissonance will go one here; a ‘minority person’ isn’t “authentic” if s/he doesn’t vote Dem!

      1. It’s okay when WE do it!

        1. Rules for ye but not for me is the creed that binds us.

  12. I’d oppose anyone who claims to be a “Reagan Republican,” in that I don’t think small government means bloating the defense dept., increasing the war on drugs, and supporting terrorists in order to overthrow democratically elected governments.

    1. The Sandinistas weren’t elected, pinhead.

      1. That is correct they were elected dickhead!

        1. Technically, the Sandistas came to power in a Junta that toppled the Samoza dictatorship. In 1984, there was an election that procedurally was free and fair, but in the run up to the election, Sandistas broke up opposition rallies and censored independent media broadcasts in accordance with its state of emergency laws promulgated in 1982. Besides, the Sandistas had a foreign policy of exporting revolution.

      2. That is correct they were elected dickhead!

        1. Wrong again twice, lefty cocksucker

          1. Well, of course terrorism is OK if Ronald Reagan signs off on it! While Jimmy Carter may have signed off on the initial support for it, Reagan was instrumental in funding, arming, training, and otherwise aiding and abetting Islamic terrorists in Afghanistan in the 80s.

            1. How were they ‘terrorists’ at the time?

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  17. “stopping just short” is not hyperbole. He wasn’t comparing Obama to the Khmer Rouge. If he was implying anything, it was that giving up our freedom will lead to bad things, not good things. It’s true. Regardless of anyone’s intentions to the contrary, government-run healthcare would have bad consequences.

    I do, however, think the America is “heaven on earth” comment was pretty hyperbolic.

    1. I don’t know if I agree. I lived in Europe and the Middle East for a year and a half each, and despite all our deficiencies and our garbage central government, I’d still rather live here in the USA.

    2. “I do, however, think the America is “heaven on earth” comment was pretty hyperbolic.”

      I guess since you have no personal experience of political purges, and you yourself have never been endangered by them, they simply do not exist as far as you are concerned, no matter how many millions of people were massacred.

      Inform yourself about what the “Killing Fields” were. Those walls of skulls were not plastic.

    3. These “re-education camps”… tell me more. I’m intrigued.

  18. Welcome to the Tea Party and the USA, my brother, you’ve come a long ways and understand the dangers of tyrannical power. Good luck and never forget what you’ve learned.

    And if it doesn’t work out for you, there’s always Galt’s Gulch.

  19. I think that when liberals focus on their backgrounds, we call it “identity politics”. More to the point, I don’t find this candidate very interesting. If he’s a social conservative, then who the fuck cares? He doesn’t sound like much of a libertarian.

    1. That’s because nobody who gets within sniffing distance of actually getting ellected sounds much like a libertarian.

      1. You’ll recall that Ron Paul is already a member of Congress.

      2. A Libertarian stole your girlfriend, huh Max? Is that why you come here and spout all this hate? Poor fellow.

        1. I hate because it feels good! And the only people worthy of being hated is anyone who isn’t a liberal!

  20. I always say victims should not be involved in the justice process. Other than testifying as a fact witness, crime victims shouldn’t be allowed within 100 miles of the courthouse during the criminal trial of the person who supposedly hurt them. That same principle seems to apply here – a victim of one of the worst cases of extremely evil politics shouldn’t be a politician. I know it seems counterintuitive at first, but when your defining experience with something is that it’s pure evil and results in millions of dead, bloated bodies, your view of it is permanently, irreparably twisted out of reality. Hence this guy being a Tea Party candidate – that’s exactly what I’d expect, equating a little socialism (which is what America is and always has been – whether corporate bailouts or disaster relief after a hurricane, it’s what we all want we just don’t like the word socialism) with ending up with killing fileds like in Cambodia is what happens when victims are allowed into the process.

    Since being a victim is the most sought-after status in modern america, where everyone owes you something and where you get more automatic respect and attention than anyone else, this guy should just be happy that he has a claim to victimhood (that results in him not even knowing his birthday) and enjoy the attention, and stay the hell out of American politics.

    Just to be clear, if someone’s sole experience with capitalism has been being homless for decades, living on the streets unable to find a job, unable to ever have a steady income (for whatever reasons), I wouldn’t want that person being in politics either. Victims always have a perverse sense of what justice is, they cannot be detached from the process, everything is too personal, and they need to stay out of government. They shouldn’t even be allowed to sit in a courtroom.

    1. …when your defining experience with something is that it’s pure evil and results in millions of dead, bloated bodies, your view of it is permanently, irreparably twisted out of reality.

      WTF

      So your fantasy of socialism is more real than the experiences of actual victims of socialists.

      Got It.

  21. I live near New York City. The local tea party events include speeches by refugees from the Soviet Union.

  22. Meas rails against the health-care bill and illegal immigration

    How racist and nativist! He’s got a problem with people with brown skin!

  23. You’re doin a heckuva job Moyni. Hold this zealot’s feet to the fire. We’re nothing like the Khmer. Our politicians deploy flying advanced hi-tech killing machines including remote control death bots (neat!). Our leaders are like wise world policemen ready to protect and defend the ruling angels who live to serve humanity. Look at all the law, order, and service opportunities we gave Iraq. 2.2 million of them excitedly fled to neighboring countries so they could study Yankee Bureaucy and cutting edge crony capitalism. They are eagerly returning to the overwhelming huge prosperity and riches our war has brought them. Unemployment will never plague them again. They have 100 to 900 thousand headstones to make. They have monuments to build to thank the 4416 Americans who died building a Shia Sharia paradise and getting lifetime congressmen reelected here at home. They have a new green economy to build, now that the war has greatly reduced the number of mother’s, fathers, and children’s sandals making destructive carbon footprints. Stay bloodthirsty my friends, we’ll find Bin Laden if we have to look under every rock and corpse in the whole bloody world.

  24. Why are Republicans always given more credit for having a “libertarian streak” than Democrats? Personally I don’t like either but you could just as easily say progressives and Democrats have a libertarian streak for opposing big government they don’t like such as the Patriot Act or the defense budget or imperialist foreign policy. Noam Chomsky calls himself a libertarian. Progressives are some of the most outspoken opponents to all kinds of big government. There’s a reason why Ron Paul said he would like Kucinich as a running mate. Why not post articles about Chomsky or Kucinich for their libertarian streaks? The answer is obvious because a lot of libertarians including the staff of Reason are really conservatives masquerading as libertarians. They fully support big government as long as it is their kind of big government. They are simply another brand of socialism, one that is a little closer to fascism than the socialist left.

    1. The website you’re looking for is The Daily Kos, get it? The Daily Kos. I’m sure everyone over there will agree with you one hundred percent.

  25. Pol Pot was an academic who decided to bring his ivory tower ideals to the real world.

    Look how well that turned out

  26. This guy was better off in Cambodia.

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  30. Little known fact about Sam Meas: he once spent Christmas with John Kerry. He still has the lucky hat.

  31. Sam Meas supporter here in Massachusetts, I just wanted to let people know that Sam Meas earned the endorsement of a local paper.

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    Even in the comment section of the editorial, people have nothing but good things to say about Sam.

    “As a Vietnam Vet who sacrificed and served my country in the war-torn regions of Southeast Asia in the idealistic hope of rescuing freedom from communist tyranny so that peoples there could live the American Dream, I cannot help but note the marvelous twists of history.

    For in Sam Meas we have a Congressional candidate who has come from the Killing Fields of Southeast Asia and is now sacrificing himself in order to help me, my children and grandchildren rescue our freedoms from the encroachments of an ever-expanding and tyrannical federal government that seems determined to deprive us of that American Dream, of which Sam is a living embodiment.

    Thank you Sam, for making the sacrifice to run for office. You have my vote, because you have my trust. “

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