Dem panic! Anti-tea-party ads tied to Obama eligibility--Campaign seeks to convince voters: 'This movement is a fad'

Posted: February 01, 20108:39 pm Eastern

By Chelsea Schilling © 2010 WorldNetDaily

A major ad campaign sweeping the Internet is revealing who is most afraid of the spirited tea-party movement this election year.

Democrat operatives – using the same address for an attorney who represented the Democratic National Committee in an eligibility lawsuit against President Obama – have launched an ad campaign and website called to "prevent the tea party's dangerous ideas from gaining legislative traction."

In the wake of Scott Brown's dramatic victory for the U.S. Senate seat in Massachusetts, the energized national tea-party movement is targeting lawmakers deemed unresponsive to Americans. The anti-tea party website comes as Illinois will have its first-in-the-nation primaries Tuesday.

"Our strategy is simple. This movement is a fad," the website states. "Some of their ideas include the belief that programs like Social Security and Medicare are socialistic and should never have been created in the first place and that President Obama is a socialist."

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The group's ad, paid for and approved by the American Public Policy Committee, has appeared on numerous websites. It urges Americans to "reject the ideas of the tea party."

"Other ideas include undermining the legitimacy of the federal government in favor of a radical rightwing form of state's rights," the website continues. "We need to prevent their dangerous ideas from gaining a legislative foothold. So our strategy is to spread the truth about their dangerous ideas and prevent their policies from taking root in America."

Ads have also appeared on Facebook and Twitter, where the group asks tweeters, "Scared of the teabaggers' crazy ideas?" and encourages them to visit the website.

The American Public Policy Committee shares an identical suite address with the Alliance for North Carolina; the Patriot Majority; and Sandler, Reiff & Young PC – the law firm of Joseph Sandler, general counsel to the Democratic National Committee who filed a motion to dismiss Philip Berg's eligibility lawsuit against Obama and the DNC. Sandler is also former counsel to both and the Council on American-Islamic Relations, a Muslim group named an unindicted co-conspirator in the largest terrorist-finance case in U.S. history.

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