More idiocy about "dangerous" Tea Party...

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  1. rbell

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    Andre Carson (D-, of course, IN), said (of threats to our country):



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    From Neal Boortz: MORE

    Boortz also reminds us of the other two arrows in the leftists' quiver: Threats of losing our entitlements ("If you vote for _______, they'll take away your grandmother's Social Security and let her starve."), and, of course, racism (the "Jimmy Carter" defense).

    Well, as he so eloquently puts it...when you can't win in the arena of ideas, you do whatever you can.
     
  2. Magnetic Poles

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    I have no doubt that Tim McVeigh and Terry Nichols would be big anti-government Tea Party members if they were alive/free today.
     
  3. Alcott

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    How about John Hancock?
     
  4. NiteShift

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    Scary thought isn't it!

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    That is the very reason:
    1. An organization should be discriminatory about who becomes a member
    2. An individual should throughly check out an organization before he joins an organization.

    Salty
     
  6. NiteShift

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    Actually if Tim McVeigh and Terry Nichols were alive/free today they would still be killers. Not the sort of people who go to rallies and wave little flags, regardless of what Andre might think.
     
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    Very true. Tea Partiers seek to be a grass-roots movement, bringing about change by generating public awareness and support. Blowing up buildings and massacring people is rather counter-productive to that... no matter what the Democratic screwballs try to feed the leftist media.
     
  8. rbell

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    Yeah, yeah...and Josef Stalin would join MoveOn.org and the Democratic party.

    Was there a point in all this?
     
  9. NiteShift

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    Yes sir. They tried ignoring, then ridiculing, and now demonizing.
     
  10. Cutter

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    As long as the politicians keep spewing these lies and the Obama media continues to perpetuate them, this is the image that the public in general is going to have of the tea party. It no longer matters if something is true or not. If it gets repeated enough times people will come to believe that it is true. The anti-America liberals and Democrats are masters at this. :tear:
     
  11. Revmitchell

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    I know of no one who is "big anti-government". What many are is "anti-big government". And McVeigh was upset about Clinton's poor handling of the Waco incident. He would most likely hang out with Bill Ayers. You know....since they both like to blow building up when they get mad at government.
     
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    There was a time when I expected better from you than this garbage, MP.
     
  13. HankD

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    Hey, why not get to the root of the problem?

    It's not the Tea Party folks who are to be feared by the present administration but the dangerous "voters".

    What are they doing behind those curtains anyway!?

    HankD
     

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