posted on Aug, 17 2011 @ 09:07 AM
Okay so nobody has any response to very basic radical thinking based on the principles of Jesus --Even though so many millions claim to love Jesus,
nobody's got any desire to do as he said. Nobody wants to be like children, but they all want to ACT like children.
Well the least you could do, is drop this whole tea party concept, because masquerading as indians and trying to pin stuff on them, is not honorable,
and not anything you need to do. Historically, its a shameful thing to pin the blame on someone else. That is never honorable. But even if you
"tea partiers" want to take on that mantle of the original tea partiers who tried to pin it on the natives Then AT LEAST PROTEST THE TAXES
You should ideally, side with the natives (They have legal standing in the US you know) and thereby correct the foolish hubris of the original Boston
Tea Party. But since that's way too much for you, then you could do the lesser thing which is to at least make this modern "Tea Party" ABOUT TAX
RESISTANCE. But no! Nobody will ever stand up to the Rothschild collection service aka the IRS. You people take this "tea party" slogan, and even
the Executive is slingin' it around, and nobody has any guts or desire to connect it to the events of December 1773. You people are really a hoot.
You think the future is gonna respect you? Hell no.
None of you so called "tea partiers" give a damn about the Native American on the US State Massachusetts flag, under whose name the Tea Party events
were surreptitiously accomplished! Those original dudes were trying to pin their tax protest on the Natives! How is that honorable? I am saying you
lot could improve the honor of it by at least talking about the events, and the Natives of today and how their condition has been destroyed since
1773, but NO, you people don't even have the balls to protest the tax at all!
You call this an election process? You call this tardfest government of the people? Damn. I am truly amazed at the massive nation-sized lack which
is apparent in these terms and events.
Anyone who refers to the "tea party" in any way, and who doesn't acknowledge the Native suffering or who doesn't verbally protest the tax, may as
well shut their damn mouths.