TIGERHAWK: Dissent, then and now. “The right has never really been effective with “out-of-doors political activity” for a number of reasons, not the least of which is that American righties, at least, have jobs and businesses in much larger proportions than American lefties . . . . So what has changed? Is it the scary prospect that a federal government dominated by the Democrats might change the country forever, or is that the left finally taught the right how to tear down people in power (the right having failed miserably versus Bill Clinton in the 1990s)? I suppose that most righties did not know there was such a thing as a ‘community organizer’ until the Democrats nominated one as their presidential candidate. Now that we know what it is and how effective it can be, we’re learning to do it.”