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Fruitcakes hijack tea party

Discussion in 'Politics, Elections & Legislation' started by mrskeet410, Sep 22, 2011.

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  1. mrskeet410

    mrskeet410 TS Member

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    Tea party was a spontaneous movement that made sense. But radicals and fruitcakes have hijacked it. These wackos will make sure the Dems will not only keep the Senate and the White House, but get the House as well. Now how will that help?

    "Tea party activist David Lewis’s announcement Friday that he plans to mount a primary challenge to House Speaker John Boehner could indicate a larger problem for the GOP leadership, and point to restlessness among an important segment of the tea party faithful..."
     
  2. timberfaller

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    They'll get rid of the do nothing democrats and RINO's.

    The attack on the Tea Party Movement shows one thing, "we are socialist and you need to leave" by those attacking it.
     
  3. mrskeet410

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    Fruitcakes may not be the best word. A better description would be self-absorbed juvenile having a temper tantrum because they can't get everything they want. Just like a child breaking his toys when he doesn't get his way.

    This is the kamikaze wing of the tea party. Banzai!
     
  4. John Galt

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    Fruitcake is definitely the right word to describe Mrs. Keet.
     
  5. Rick Barker

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    Well the major problem the left has with the Tea Party is it has no head, it is not a party, but a movement in the hearts and minds of freedom loving Americans and that is what has the Left flummoxed, because there is no central or leading figure to attack.
     
  6. daddiooo

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    Just in case you'd like a list of the fruit cakes.......

    Barbara Boxer, Maxine Waters, Bawney Fwank, Chuck Schumer, Chris Dodd, Anthony "the" Weiner, Diane Feinstein, David Axlerod, Rohm Emanuel, Debbie "washedup" Shultz, Corrine Brown, Bobby Rush, Bart Stupak, Debbie Stabenow, Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton, Joe Biden, Mayor Bloomberg, Jimmy Hoffa, all of Barry's czars, especially Cass Sunstein just to name a few.

    (Cass Sunstein is the appointee who wants to make it legal for animals to sue in court)
     
  7. J.Woolsey

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    Good Lord Daddiooo, you left Harry Reid and Nazi Pelosi out!
     
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    DAMN! You're right. My bad. Please add them with my blessing...right at the top.
     
  9. Rick Barker

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    David Lewis has to get elected first and if he does he will be a freshman Congressman. David Lewis is about as wacko as Nancy Pelosi is.

    That is just a local election and so far I have not heard any grumblings from Boehner's district.

    The Republicans will appoint the next in line senior Republican member to Speaker of the House, who just might be better than Boehner.

    That might be a real blow to the Democrats if a stronger Speaker of the House emerges.

    If Lewis is a threat to the Dem's they will be in full attack mode, if not, they will help get him elected.

    Wonder who that might be???
     
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    Hey Daddioo - Don't forget to thank the goofs in the Nevada tea party that gave you six more years of Harry Reid. A serious case of autocastration going on in the Nevada tea party.
     
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    MRS Skeet, you need to do a little more home work before you post. See below for related stories.

    Nevada voting machines automatically checking Harry Reid's name; ... where Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid's son Rory is a county commissioner. ... Clark County are members of the Service Employees International Union. ...

    Harry Reid's Son Oversees Suspect Election Machines in Nevada ...?
    Nevada voting machines automatically checking Harry Reid's name ...?
    Why are members of the SEIU in charge of Nevada voting machines ...?
    SEIU tampering with voting machines..

    Your typical democratic voting fraud which never seems to be prosecuted.
    They know they can't win in a fair fight or election. They have to resort to criminal and felinous activity to achieve their objective.

    So your attempt to paint the TEA Party as goofs just shows how afraid you guys are of having them in power. You really need to pick a subject that you can speak about with some degree of intelligence.

    Democrats=union butt kissers=organized crime
     
  13. Rick Barker

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    I think Democrat fruitcakes, outnumber Tea Party fruitcakes by 100 to 1.


    They have had a much longer time to practice their crazy ideas, like re-distrubution of wealth, goes back almost 100 years with Lenin and Marx.


    Their followers hijacked the Democrat party over 50 years ago.
     
  14. mrskeet410

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    Hey Daddi dude - Why don't you take back the tea party from Kamikaze fruitcakes that will give us Obama with a Democratic House and Senate?
     
  15. Rick Barker

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    Of the above 37 Senate seats up for election in 2010, 19 were held by Democrats (seven of whom retired or were defeated in the primary) and 18 were held by Republicans (eight of whom retired or were defeated in the primary).

    After the election, the Republicans took 6 Senate seats held by Democrats and Republicans kept their 41 seats.

    You keep hammering the Tea Party saying that they cost Republicans two Senate seats because of two nutty candidates. I don't know where you went to school, but the Republicans would have had to gain an additional 4 seats to win the majority.

    Even if Delaware and Nevada were taken by the Republicans, they still would not have had a majority in the Senate. I think your speech is getting a little old.

    While Republicans don't control both houses, they did effectively stop Obama's plan to destroy this country with the House majority standing in his way.

    As far as I am concerned the Tea Party was successful, as the House is more important than the Senate as all appropriation bills must orginate from the House.

    Can't you come up with something else?
     
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    Fruitcake hijacks ts.com.
     
  17. mrskeet410

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    Okay barkperson, lets try some 3th grade arithmetic. When you add two to the Republican side you also subtract two from the Democratic side....51-2=49. 49 is less than a majority.

    Banzai!
     
  18. Rick Barker

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    It real simple you moron, there are 51 Dems, 47 Republicans and 2 Independents.

    A 49-49-2, still does not give the Republicans the decisive majority and you cannot depend on Independents vote to side with Republicans as both cacus with the Dems.

    Don't criticize my math, until you learn your own! Little wonder you spent so many years in 3rd grade.
     
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    Must be Mrs Skeets time of the month. She's getting a little irritable & testy.
     
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