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posted on Apr, 23 2011 @ 04:42 PM
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Some of you sound like the people of Scientology, no joke.

Sorry Beezer, nerver mind. Peace, is good - but I don't want to know you in persona nor drink a beer with an american tea party soldier. I am very sorry. Bash me now as long as you want, for me is all very clear now, and I want to thank you all.




posted on Apr, 23 2011 @ 04:42 PM
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Tea party's idea it's like founder fathers of USA had proposed to support some other blood line (different to the one that was in power at a time) in the British Royal family to improve American people lives instead of declaring independence from British colonial power. Capitalism is the problem, not the solution. Choosing whether it would be capitalist A or capitalist B the one who will suck your blood, won't ever change the fact workers are slaves in capitalist society. And it is even worst when common people equals choosing the name of who will slave you as some sort of freedom. It's like saying a prisoner who is going to die he is actually free, because he can chose, does he want to be stoned to death or would he prefer to be hanged instead?

A little video:
www.youtube.com...
in the film:
Capitalists=cats
Workers=mouses
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posted on Apr, 23 2011 @ 04:43 PM
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Originally posted by Black_Fox
"The Absolute Truth About The Tea Party!, "

Well I dont think anyone knows the truth about any party.
IMO,people associating themselves with "parties" are confused from jump.

Democratic Party
Republican Party
Independant Party
Tea Party
and on and on and on............

Hasent anyone figured out any "party" is there for a reason,to get a mob mentality from it,vote as a unit,not a individual.

There should be no difference between any party.
Shouldnt they all have the best interests for America?

In a sesnse they want you to vote for a "party" as much as a canidate.
And they are all useless,period.
The only reason we have "parties" is to give an illusion that you have a choice.Instead of figuring out,in the end your just voting for another A$$hole.

Voting is useless,yes useless.
Dosent matter who ya put where,the system they become part of isnt going to allow a change for our better.

And how can anyone consider themselves a "liberal" or a "conserveative" before they even here an issue?
People are never 100% of either,some are liberal on some things and conservative on others.

Its all a play on words and labels,and America continues to eat it up.
That hope and change was yummy.......

I perfer the party that has music,pretty woman,drinks and no politics.
Cheers


Even the Libertarian Party cannot get traction in the two-party system eh? How about the Constitution Party? Too much Constitution for people? Unfortunately, the Democrat Party has become the sounding board and de facto Communist Party/Socialist Party of America, and the playground of Intl Socialist George Soros. Face it, Soros bought the Democrat Party and he is trashing our economy.
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posted on Apr, 23 2011 @ 04:43 PM
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Janeane Garafalo is nothing more then a bag full of hot air, and does more harm than good.



posted on Apr, 23 2011 @ 04:44 PM
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Originally posted by neo96
wrong again the teaparty consists of democrats,independents,libertartians and repuiblicans all fed up with politics as usual.

Really? Then why are all of the "Tea Party" candidates running in Republican primaries?


and i hear the blind parroting bigoted statements of people who are threatened to change the status quo of government knows best and you dont know jack.

No parroting here, just reporting what I observe. The Tea Party is no different from the "other" parties - there is a massive disconnect between what the average citizen involved in the Tea Party says and what their leadership does.


as the haters of the teaparties are dependent upon creating and maintaining class warfare and racism to maintain there control over our lives.

I don't hate the citizens who align themselves with the Tea Party. I just feel bad for them. They've been duped into following the same pipers as the Democrats and Republicans. They just think it's a different tune because the piper wears a different hat.



posted on Apr, 23 2011 @ 04:44 PM
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Originally posted by bruji76
Tea party's idea it's like founder fathers of USA had proposed to support some other blood line (different to the one that was in power at a time) in the British Royal family to improve American people lives instead of declaring independence from British colonial power. Capitalism is the problem, not the solution. Choosing whether it would be capitalist A or capitalist B the one who will suck your blood, won't ever change the fact workers are slaves in capitalist society. And it is even worst when common people equals choosing the name of who will slave you is some sort of freedom. It's like saying a prisoner who is going to die he is actually free, because he can chose, does he want to be stoned to death or would he prefer to be hanged instead?


Another Socialist who hates Capitalism. How typical. I'm going to borrow Beezer's yawn for this.



posted on Apr, 23 2011 @ 04:45 PM
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Originally posted by cushycrux
Some of you sound like the people of Scientology, no joke.

Sorry Beezer, nerver mind. Peace, is good - but I don't want to know you in persona nor drink a beer with an american tea party soldier. I am very sorry. Bash me now as long as you want, for me is all very clear now, and I want to thank you all.


Translation:

I want to hold on to my preconceived notions and continue believing what I see from the American Left without bothering to investigate for myself.
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Have fun with that.



posted on Apr, 23 2011 @ 04:47 PM
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Originally posted by projectvxn

Originally posted by cushycrux
Some of you sound like the people of Scientology, no joke.

Sorry Beezer, nerver mind. Peace, is good - but I don't want to know you in persona nor drink a beer with an american tea party soldier. I am very sorry. Bash me now as long as you want, for me is all very clear now, and I want to thank you all.


Translation:

I want to hold on to my preconceived notions and continue believing what I see from the American Left without bothering to investigate for myself.
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Have fun with that.


I knew this will happen - i am gone



posted on Apr, 23 2011 @ 04:48 PM
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Race card, race card, race card.........hmmm, seeing that the most racist people in this country are on the left, seems a weak arguement.



posted on Apr, 23 2011 @ 04:50 PM
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Well let's look at the facts:

You post a thread proclaiming to be the absolute truth about the Tea Party.

You're not even American.

And then you whine and complain when your ridiculous accusations and assumptions aren't enthusiastically parroted by everyone who responds to this thread.

Now you wanna take your ball and go home.



You're ridiculous.
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posted on Apr, 23 2011 @ 04:52 PM
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Originally posted by cushycrux
Some of you sound like the people of Scientology, no joke.

Sorry Beezer, nerver mind. Peace, is good - but I don't want to know you in persona nor drink a beer with an american tea party soldier. I am very sorry. Bash me now as long as you want, for me is all very clear now, and I want to thank you all.


That's to bad. I'm funnier than hell, and a big tipper. No bashing though. I feel sorry for you more than anything else. But hey, to each hs own.
Tschuch.



posted on Apr, 23 2011 @ 04:53 PM
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Really? Then why are all of the "Tea Party" candidates running in Republican primaries?


last time i l checked alot of them ran as independents and some ran as republicans no doubt.




No parroting here, just reporting what I observe. The Tea Party is no different from the "other" parties - there is a massive disconnect between what the average citizen involved in the Tea Party says and what their leadership does.


did your observations take you to any teaparty rallys and or events?.





I don't hate the citizens who align themselves with the Tea Party. I just feel bad for them. They've been duped into following the same pipers as the Democrats and Republicans. They just think it's a different tune because the piper wears a different hat.


ok you may not hate but the severe hatred for the right and the teaparties is nothing but political manipulation so the left maintains their control of this country and no its the same old tune just a new player that they want gone.

politics are nothing but mass manipulation to get and maintain power you may see no differences but i do anyone who has been paying attention knows whats going on and the fact of the matter is the only "party" who hasnt screwed this country over are the teaparties.



posted on Apr, 23 2011 @ 04:53 PM
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ENOUGH!

I am a left wing progressive who will march with the TEA PARTY if they are not recognized as a bona fide party in the United States. (Only no Nazi signs, it creeps me out. I am Jewish.) But I will march with the Tea Party and here is why. I see this onslaught on them as a means to shut out democracy and the formation of new party (and future parties) and new ideas in our congress.

ENOUGH!

They have recognized representatives in our congress and they are due the respect they have earned. Junior or not...they will sustain and become senior if their values are good and American.

ENOUGH!

With the jibes and the rude rhetoric. The Tea Party will or will not prove themselves. But, dear God, lets give them the try. They won 32% of the seats in the last mid-term. Who does that if they do not have a people's mandate. I am a progressive and even I can do that math.

I am going to fight the Tea Party on some things, but others we agree on. But snuff out an entire party who took congressional seats? This is the USA, a republic, a federalist republic for that matter. Did you all forget your civic's lessons in high school? We do not squelch free speech or the representation of a group of peoples in our house or senate.

ENOUGH!



posted on Apr, 23 2011 @ 04:53 PM
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It is enough to see tea partiers to support elitist ideas like Ayn Rand's to understand they are in the wrong path.
Their criticism of the status quo it's right, but their idea of what are the causes of this situation and how could it improve it's dead wrong.

Still, I think both republicans are democrats are the same too. So people needs to have the right to find other options.
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posted on Apr, 23 2011 @ 04:55 PM
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It's really a learning curve. I mean two years ago Glenn Beck did not have good things to say about the Creature From Jekyll Island. I remember listening to that radio program and feeling frustrated. Couple years later, he interviews G Edward Griffin on Fox. Not everyone is up on the NWO or the Hegelian Dialectic, but people know something's seriously wrong. But you are just as likely to see people scouting around with info on 9-11 Truth, or Ron Paul supporters, as you are die-hard Republican. Even Hulk Hogan came to one of ours.



posted on Apr, 23 2011 @ 04:56 PM
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Ayn Rand had elitist ideas?

How is raw individualism elitist?

How does a small government translate into elitism?
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posted on Apr, 23 2011 @ 05:00 PM
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Originally posted by projectvxn
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Ayn Rand had elitist ideas?

How is raw individualism elitist?

How does a small government translate into elitism?
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How did Rand refer to the common worker in "Atlas Shrugged?"
Just curious if I remember it correctly.



posted on Apr, 23 2011 @ 05:04 PM
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All tea party candidates that gained support from tea party voters were Republican. When the Patriot act came up for renewel, out of the 40 tea party candidates in the house, only 10 of them voted against renewing the Patriot act. Mind you though, the totaly amount of Republicans came up to 26 along with 122 Democrats. but the proportion of freshman tea partiers is well pathetic.

It's still 5 months though.... maybe the tea party caucus will prove to us that they are the change of the Republican party later on.... As of yet I've seen no change whatsoever, and no accountability from tea partiers themselves. But then again why would tea partiers hold their own accountable? The tea party movement had nothing to do with socialism or freedom or the constitution (see how many tea partiers jump up when Medicare actually gets put up to vote to be removed), it has to do about that man in the whitehouse. That man hit a nerve with rightwing voters and they want him out, that is all tea partiers are concerned about, that is all conservatives are really concerned about as far as I can see.



posted on Apr, 23 2011 @ 05:07 PM
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Originally posted by Southern Guardian
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All tea party candidates that gained support from tea party voters were Republican. When the Patriot act came up for renewel, out of the 40 tea party candidates in the house, only 10 of them voted against renewing the Patriot act.


You want to know something? THAT really steamed my "oysters"!!! Personally, it felt like a slap in the face!
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posted on Apr, 23 2011 @ 05:08 PM
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Rand's heroes must continually fight against "parasites", "looters", and "moochers" who demand the benefits of the heroes' labor. Edward Younkins describes Atlas Shrugged as "an apocalyptic vision of the last stages of conflict between two classes of humanity- the looters and the non-looters. The looters are proponents of high taxation, big labor, government ownership, government spending, government planning, regulation, and redistribution."[31] "Looters" confiscate others' earnings by force ("at the point of a gun") and include government officials, whose demands are backed by the implicit threat of force. Some officials are merely executing government policy, such as those who confiscate one state's seed grain to feed the starving citizens of another; others are exploiting those policies, such as the railroad regulator who illegally sells the railroad's supplies for his own profit. Both use force to take property from the people who produced or earned it. "Moochers" demand others' earnings on behalf of the needy and those unable to earn themselves, however, they curse the producers who make that help possible and are jealous and resentful of the talented on whom they depend. They are ultimately as destructive as the looters – destroying the productive through guilt, and appealing to "moral right" while enabling the "lawful" looting performed by governments.


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sounds like ayan hit the nail on the head in todays society for a fictional book





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