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Beezer, and others who seem to know about the Tea Party this question is for you...
Can you all please tell me more about them including their stances on the situation in this country?
Also, how do you respond when people state that it has been taken over by the GOP?
I am asking for knowledge and not supposition.
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This is something my boss at work told me when I first started in his employ. Do not come to me with problems come to me with solutions. I told him its your place of business and I am in your employ how can I tell you what to do? He said, if you have a problem with something, find the solution to it, or what you believe would solve the problem and then we can discuss it and decide together how best to solve the problem.
I have, since that day never again come to my boss with anything but solutions... and it works, he listens, and we have made the business better as a result in many areas.
If I do this at work.. why are we not doing this with our government?
Why are we not telling our government the solutions to the problems? Apparently most of us have a higher intelligence than the people running this country, we are business owners, managers and workers... and economics is business...
All they are doing is spending our money frivolously, like a bad wife who does not care.... I say its time to reign in the wife and give a list of demands before we divorce her and replace her with a better wife!!!!
What Is The Tea Party and What Do They Stand For?
The debate should have provided the conservative defenders of property rights with a perfect example of how the right to own property also protects the 1st Amendment rights of assembly and religion by supporting the building of the mosque.
Instead, we hear lip service given to the property rights position while demanding that the need to be “sensitive” requires an all-out assault on the building of a mosque, several blocks from “ground zero.”
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Do you agree its time to take the keys away?
I mean, I don't allow my grandson to have crayons if he decides its ok to color on the walls with them. After taking them away a few times he gets the point....
Apparently we need to take these keys away... they started scratching up the nice kitchen table with them!