MAY Day protests did a great service to the country this year by showing the nation that its politics are upside down. It is the liberals who should be the outsiders screaming in and the Tea Party crowd that should be well, attending tea parties.
The Tea Party crowd just does not know how to get up a good protest. They wave their American flags the wrong way - right side up instead of upside down.
And the Tea Party signs are all wrong. They are handmade (with typos) and not union made and uniform.
Finally, no one was arrested at the Tea Parties.
On May Day, no less than 35 people - including a congressman - got themselves arrested at the White House.
Tea Partiers would rather die than get arrested.
In Santa Cruz, Calif., May Day protesters threw rocks to break windows in a good old-fashioned melee.
I am glad the left is on the march again. It was just plain wrong to have those little old ladies scaring congressmen by daring to speak up at town hall meetings last August.
Violent protests are for lefties, not conservatives.
Fortunately, the polls show that Democrats will take a drubbing in the November election.
The American political scene will return to normal, with the grown-ups in charge and the lefties outside shouting and screaming and waving the American flag upside down.
This could be '94 all over again.
The question is will it be 1994, when Republicans gained 54 seats in the House, or 1894, when Republicans gained 125 seats?
Liberals know they are nearing the end of their short reign. This year's May Day protest was a concession that next year, liberals will be on the outside looking in.
The protest's theme was that Arizonans who support the Canyon State's decision to enforce a 70-year-old federal law are Nazis. The law allows law enforcement officials to request identification from someone suspected of being an illegal alien.
Unlike the 2006 May Day marches for immigration reform, organizers of this year's event went out of their way to wave Old Glory and to show red, white and blue.
In 2006, the Mexican flag dominated the protests. That pretty much killed immigration reform that year.