Last week in Greece, a bank was firebombed by left-wing protesters, killing three people. The protesters were upset that as a result of the financial crisis, the Greek government is freezing public sector wages and taking other austerity measures.
Compare and contrast: In America, Tea Partiers peacefully march and demand their government spend less money to head off an impending crisis before it happens. In Greece, they evade taxes, wait until the economy collapses, then kill bank employees when the government is forced to cut benefits.
Which strikes you as the more sensible response to government fiscal recklessness? . . . A hundred million were killed by Communist governments in the name of Marx, but surely Rush Limbaugh fans are the real threat here.