Sunday, April 18, 2010

What Do You Think About This?

35 comments:

  1. I think the tea partiers have been taken for a ride by their corporate masters. You should have known from the start, but no, you swallowed the bait hook, line and sinker.

    You've been had.

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  2. This story really is going to break your brains, Chris and all your followers.

    Since John likes links, here's a link to the memo that is mentioned in the story.

    http://www.politico.com/static/PPM154_teapartyexpress041709.html

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  3. This matters not. The goal has always been an awakening of Americans and has worked beyond belief as is evidenced by fealks little dismissal, the left is terrified by the response.

    It is funny how overbite depends on left-leaning Politico to help him tear it down and then Politico tells him how "wildly successful" it is.

    Typical overbite FAILURE.

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  4. So its not "grass roots" and it will soon be co-opted by the republicans. lol.

    Christopher i get that it "matters not" to you that everything the Tea Party assured us is a lie. that they are astro turf and that they will co-opted like the sheeple they are.

    Wow, good find Bruce. It sheds important light on the party. Shame they didn't see it themselves.

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  5. The Tea Party is just one facet to the Conservative movement. For some reason you on the left think this is a big deal to us or anyone other then the far left. You on the left and your left wing organizations are all union,moveon.org or Democrat subsadized. If the Republicans can win over the Tea Party then what a great simbionic relationship. And Profit is a dirty word only to the left. Lets not forget the departed ACORN. Talk about criminal.

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  6. Say what you want, but tea party people will vote this november. We don't need community organizers to rile us up, load us on a bus and bribe us with booze and smokes to vote.

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  7. JoeC, I understand that you wish for all this to go away , but alas it will not. And after November it will heat up even more.

    Nothing, I repeat nothing that the Tea Party stands for is a lie, just as what you socialists want is a lie, it is the difference that separates us. We , the Tea Party people want our country back, you the socialists want to destroy it. That expalins the difference.

    Now, where we agree is how to get our respective messages across - MONEY.

    Anyone reading this will be hard-pressed to argue against it.

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  8. Tea Party Once Again Aint Going Anywhere So You Libs/Progressives Dont Get In A Lather, CALM Down And Know We Are and Will Continue To Make November a Real Wake Up Call Cause Your Regime Has Until November And Then "POOF" All Gone!

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  9. Christopher, want your country back from what? What you really mean is that you want it back from the black guy that's there now.

    I'm absolutely convinced that if there were a white President instituting the EXACT SAME POLICIES, the tea party never would have been formed.

    Quite the contrary, Christopher, everything the Tea party stands for is a lie, I repeat, EVERYTHING!!!!!!!

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  10. fealk, from your socialist pig ass!

    You dare to tell me what I want! If Hussein was pink or red or fucia it would not change the fact he is a socialist pig as well.

    The Constitution which the Tea Party stands for is not a lie you fucking idiot, it is on full display in black and white 24/7 and is reproduced in the same colors for all to see.

    You are nothing but bullshit and a racist. You have succeeded in drawing my ire but not my scorn, that I will save for a face to face.

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  11. Christopher, "a socialist pig." Wow. The President of the United States of America elected by 63 Million people.

    This has nothing to do with the Constitution, Christopher. It has everything to do with the fact that Barack Obama is black and you, sir, are a racist of the highest order.

    You can deny it all you want, Christopher. You can kick and scream all you want.

    You may want to read Frank Rich's NYT column from today. http://www.nytimes.com/2010/04/18/opinion/18rich.htm

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  12. The teabaggers,aka ballsuckers,will be a thing of the past. And this neo-con movement will be done before Nov. People see what they are about. Just look at all the idiots in chris' pictures from the teabagger convention. I heard there were KKK and Neo-Nazis at the Macomb co. Clinton tea party. I see the retardes with the tinfoil hats were there. Christopher you are a racist that doesn't know shit. One day Bruce is going to kick your fat ass "face to face". Just look at how violent the neo-cons are becoming. They are losing control just like chris,christopher and john are.

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  13. You said it Bruce. These whites just hate having a black man over them. Bruce did you go to the Macomb teabagger protest?

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  14. Bruce, Jay-Ney, the excuse of the Tea Party movement by you both is racist and based SOLELY non-factual interpretation of one thing. You only see Barack Obama as a black man and the Tea Party people as white and you refuse to acknowledge the political debate of either side of the fence.
    It's a poor excuse, the majority of American don't see it the why most of you on the left see it. Your excuse is purely racist and judges based on ones color of skin and not content of caricature.

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  15. Mark, your political debate holds no water. If you were honest with yourselves, you would recognize your racist tendencies.

    Ask yourself in the privacy of your little minds, if President Obama were white if you would be out there with your silly little hats and your silly flags and your ridiculous messages about socialism and naziism and communism, etc.

    Your political debate is based on lies and misinformation and the country will be better off when you all can admit that to yourselves and participate in a discussion of the issues with honesty and integrity.

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  16. Jay-Ney is misunderstanding urban legend. Teabaggers according to the definition are the ones dunking the bags. Liberals aka Teabaggies, the ones with their mouths open. Typical liberals, always looking for something for nothing.

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  17. Comrade Bruce, still spewing your lies?!?! BWAAAHAHAHAHAHA ... Joe, look at you sucking at Bruce's teat. Never heard a peep from you about all those lies that Bruce told, and now you are eating up whatever "journalism" (and I use that word in the most sarcastic manner possible" he and Oldbuttman throw at you? All you said was that he should have told the truth from the beginning. When are you going to call Bruce out Joe? Joe, did you even watch that piece? I'm really shocked at how easily you eat it up, when you are usually so stringent about the facts and presentation of such facts with conservatives.

    I watched the first of that Oldbuttman segment, and it's pathetic at best. I do like Politico, I don't question their story. But just watching the guy that wrote the article, he never does say exactly how much money they pull in. It's a bit loosey-goosey. He says "oh, they pay for this and that, but then it comes back to them"?!? LOL And gosh, to think they have a casting call for advertisements!?!!? LOL, wow, what a scoop!!

    As I stated long ago, the TEA Party Express is just one of hundreds if not thousands of separate, independent, grass-root organizations. Their success and all the rancor they draw from the libs is just a testament to the effectiveness of their message. In fact, this Oldbuttman story is anything but new, I remember about a year ago the same story coming out about the TEA Party Express making money. Who cares?! I myself give to individual candidates. People can spend their money any way they see fit. Are you trying to tell me that MoveOn.org doesn't suck money from their supporters and make a few $$ while they are at it?! It's laughable!

    I appreciate the niche that the TEA Party Express fills; they give a random assortment of various TEA Parties a place to meet, a semblance of organization. Comrade FAILk is mighty jealous, that's all I can say. Look at the emails that he sends out to try to discredit them for Gary Peters. Little thug Bruce, no matter what slander you throw at true conservatives, it will matter not one iota come November.

    Furthermore FAILk, the TEA Parties started when Bush was still President, so you can cram your racist BS. Or maybe you want to tell http://anotherblackconservative.blogspot.com/ how racist he is? ROFLMAO

    Comrade Bruce, it cracks me up how you have completely changed position over the last couple of years. You used to be against private insurance, until the Hypocrats were bought by them. You used to be against the war, until Obummer ramped it up. You used to be against banks being bailed out, until Hypocrats decided that they would bend over for Goldman Sachs, AIG, Fannie and Freddie, etc. In fact, you are exactly what you have tried to paint the Republicans as, a big-business corporate stooge. LMAO at your hypocrisy Bruce.

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  18. Comrade Bruce talks about HONESTY and INTEGRITY??!!? BWAAAAAAAAAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA .... OMG, WTF!?!?! Joe, did you catch that? The most insane bunch of shit just rolled off of Bruce's fingers. If you don't call him on this, we'll all know how full of shit you are. I mean, SERIOUSLY? Bruce Fealk, talking to someone else about HONESTY and INTEGRITY? It's like Obama lecturing China on fiscal restraint (which he did!)!!!! LMAO

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  19. Chris and John, bet you guys will appreciate this one. A good old Kenny Rogers tune updated for the present.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch_popup?v=_W57aBMYKvU

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  20. fealk, you are simply blowing wind.

    You are a racist and abhore the Constitution.

    Jan-Ney, you are shit , period.

    I spoke nothing of violence, those are your shit-bag, garbage spewing words.

    I spoke of scorn of which you have yet to see and dare say you do not want to.

    Violence is your game of which I will partake to your dismay, be very careful what you wish for.

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  21. http://directorblue.blogspot.com/2010/04/schumer-in-bed-with-both-goldmans.html

    Chuck Schumer in bed with both Goldman Sachs' John Paulson and Bernard Madoff: but, remember, Democrats are for the little people.

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  22. When it comes to the election of the president, only one demographic in that election was racist (voted solely on skin color or race) and that my "Liberal Fools" were blacks themselves. Even a graduate of 'Harvard Community College' could understand that.

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  23. "President Obama were white if you would be out there with your silly little hats and your silly flags and your ridiculous messages about socialism and naziism and communism"
    Bruce, I dislike Nancy Pelosi, Harry Reid, Dick Durbin, etc, etc political caricature just as much as Obamas. And they are WHITE.
    So your excuses just blew up in your face.

    You see a black man first, a President second.
    Your quotes "What you really mean is that you want it back from the black guy,,,were a white President,,,that Barack Obama is black"

    You brought the race card to the table here, nothing in this blog post points to race, but has to do with the Tea Party Express... And as for MSNBC... This is NOT news. The "Express" has ALWAYS had corp sponsors. The Tea Party Nation and Tea Party Patriots (the actual grassroots effort) are separate entities unto themselves.
    MSNBC is NOW getting caught up on this? No wonder there rating are in the tank!

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  24. Bruce As Usual Your Racist Leanings Come Through. As Iv Said Before ONLY A Racist Deals The Race Card and You As Usual Did The Dealing. I See Minorities As Citizens You See Them As Fodder For Your BLOG. Shame On You But You Have NO Shame!

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  25. Obama skips Polish funeral, heads to golf course
    By Joseph Curl

    A massive volcanic plume covering most of Europe forced President Obama to cancel a Sunday trip to Poland to attend the funeral of the nation's president. But the last-minute change left an opening in his schedule, so the president headed to the links for a round of golf instead.

    On a cool but sun-drenched Sunday, the president and three golfing companions went to Andrews Air Force Base to play 18 holes. It is the 32nd time Mr. Obama has played golf since taking office Jan. 20, 2009, according to CBS Radio's Mark Knoller.

    Mr. Obama has not gone to the Polish Embassy in Washington since the accident, but Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton and Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. both have. There, they signed a condolence book.

    Mr. Obama has played golf far more often than former President George W. Bush. In his eight years in office, Mr. Bush played just 24 times. His last time as president was Oct. 13, 2003.

    He said in 2008 that he gave up golf "in solidarity" with the families of soldiers who were dying in Iraq.

    "I don't want some mom whose son may have recently died to see the commander in chief playing golf," Mr. Bush said in a White House interview with the Politico. "I feel I owe it to the families to be as — to be in solidarity as best as I can with them. And I think playing golf during a war just sends the wrong signal."

    He stopped playing after he received word of a deadly attack in Iraq while playing golf during a stay at the family ranch near Crawford, Texas.

    "They pulled me off the golf course, and I said it's just not worth it anymore to do," Mr. Bush said in the interview.

    Since Mr. Obama took office, 397 soldiers have died in Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan. Another 151 have died in Operation Iraqi Freedom.

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  26. Flipper, Various18 April, 2010 21:34

    soxconn

    Whew!! I bet Obama is glad that is taken care of. I mean, how do you go to the funeral of the first guy you threw under the diplomatic bus? How do you say at a funeral, people of Poland, because of the "reset" button, I am now returning you to the primacy of Russia. Good luck and good bye. Oh yeah, what is my tee of time?

    agostino

    This President exhibits a remarkable obtuseness about important events in other parts of the world. He should have gone to the Polish embassy in addition to his plan to attend the state funeral in Poland. And under no circumstances should he have played golf.

    ronnor

    The old KGB Chief Putin was there saying, "see, the President didn't show up and I did, now you know who your real friend is in time of need." Some things are not forgotten or forgiven, who you kissed the hand of, who you bowed to, who you embraced and warmly shook their hand, it all goes into the book of memories. It all adds up to who you are and what you are, if you walk like a duck, quack like a duck and look like a duck, thats what you are; another friend thrown away.

    lonestarlizard

    Ah yes, remember all the hand-wringing and critical comments when Bush hit the links? The lame street media never missed a chance to bad-mouth him for playing. Of course now that the marxist-in-chief plays golf and smokes cigarettes, the lame street media is thrilled at how 'cool' and brilliant the kool-aid king is. No double standard there.

    bandaid

    Beeyo is low class, insensitive, and totally narcissistic. He is a disgrace. I have never considered him "my president", but right now, I don't even want to acknowledge him as an American. He has no manners, no feelings, and is rude to our friends. He couldn't even shuffle his lazy butt over to the Polish Embassy to offer his condolences. Michelle, are you still "proud"? I'm not. Not of this jerk-off husband of yours. I though Bill Clinton was a jerk. Beeyo makes him look like a saint.

    Govenor1

    When asked about his numerous (and expensive) golf outings impacting the grieving families of soldiers Barry said he was amused and thought that they should be thanking him.

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  27. The Democratic Party is full of people that voted for "the white half" and that is why they think we are as racist as they are. Only the left see Obama in black and white. We see him in idealogy.

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  28. JayNey just so you know those pictures of the "retardes" are of the liberal counter protesters. I see we are all in agreement with the fact that the liberal counter protest was a mental illness retreat rather then a real counter protest.

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  29. “Cass Sunstein has favored the government using outside parties as government propaganda agents to paint their opposition as fringe and undermine their credibility.”Astroturf is the act of professional interest groups designing campaigns that appear to be grassroots efforts, but are not. It is what the left has accused the tea parties of being. Only more and more it looks like the anti-tea party movement is truly astroturfing.

    Writing on January 15, 2010, Glenn Greenwald at Salon noted Barack Obama’s new head of the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs, Cass Sunstein, had championed creating fake websites and using outside 501(c)(3) interest groups to act as alleged independent champions of government policy and to “cognitively infiltrate” opposition websites, etc.

    In other words, Cass Sunstein has favored the government using outside parties as government propaganda agents to paint their opposition as fringe and undermine their credibility. Kind of like what has been happening with the tea party movement – lots of SEIU members pretending to be tea party activists causing violence in front of TV cameras.

    Sunstein advocates that the Government’s stealth infiltration should be accomplished by sending covert agents into “chat rooms, online social networks, or even real-space groups.” He also proposes that the Government make secret payments to so-called “independent” credible voices to bolster the Government’s messaging

    Considering Sustein’s recommendations, it is not far removed to speculate the Obama administration is behind a new anti-tea party website called The Other 95, which defends the government from tea party criticisms and attacks the tea party movement as fringe.

    The website purports to be authentically grassroots, though one must wonder when the last time was any grassroots activist too the time to defend the government.

    The designer is affilated with MoveOn.org and other leftwing sites and causes.

    But most notable, the donations page makes donations out to Democracy in Action. Democracy in Action is not for individual activists to use. It is for small and medium sized 501(c)(3) organizations and others on the left. Among its clients? ACORN, True Majority, NAACP, and others.

    Hmmmm. . . .

    Let’s also remember that Center for American Progress, led by Obama’s transition team director John Podesta, has regular 8 a.m. phone calls to coordinate activity on the left.

    It’s a play right out of Lenin’s handbook, forget Alinsky, to call the authentic “inauthentic” and then create something inauthentic demanding it be called “authentic.”

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  30. THURSDAY is Lenin's Birthday. It will be celebrated around the world as Earth Day, a holiday begun by Democratic Sen. Gaylord Nelson in 1970 to keep anti-capitalist sentiment going after the Vietnam War ended.

    Ten years ago, on the 30th anniversary of Earth Day, Ronald Bailey of Reason magazine recycled some quotes from that first Earth Day.

    "I'm scared," Paul Ehrlich wrote in the 1970 Earth Day issue of Look. "I have a 14-year-old daughter whom I love very much. I know a lot of young people, and their world is being destroyed.

    "My world is being destroyed. I'm 37 and I'd kind of like to live to be 67 in a reasonably pleasant world, and not die in some kind of holocaust in the next decade."

    Lord willing and the creek doesn't rise, Ehrlich will turn 78 next month.

    "We have about five more years at the outside to do something," ecologist Kenneth Watt said at Swarthmore College in 1970.

    Well, we must have done something right. We're still here.

    Maybe it was the leisure suits that saved us. That makes about as much sense as anything else.

    "We are in an environmental crisis which threatens the survival of this nation, and of the world as a suitable place of human habitation," wrote Washington University biologist Barry Commoner for a 1970 Earth Day issue of "Environment," a scientific journal.

    He did not put an end date to his prediction. But Ehrlich did.

    "Population will inevitably and completely outstrip whatever small increases in food supplies we make," Ehrlich said in 1970.

    "The death rate will increase until at least 100-200 million people per year will be starving to death during the next ten years."

    Ehrlich was an optimist compared to Denis Hayes, an aide to Nelson, the chief organizer for the first Earth Day.

    "It is already too late to avoid mass starvation," Hayes said.

    "Demographers agree almost unanimously on the following grim timetable: by 1975 widespread famines will begin in India; these will spread by 1990 to include all of India, Pakistan, China and the Near East, Africa.

    "By the year 2000, or conceivably sooner, South and Central America will exist under famine conditions . . . By the year 2000, thirty years from now, the entire world, with the exception of Western Europe, North America, and Australia, will be in famine."

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  31. John, whoa there fella. I didn't watch the Olberman bit about the Tea party express. I did read the politico piece and the memo they have and made my comments.

    As for honesty and integrity, there is prescious little to go around when partisan arguments occur. Bruce did lie about the email, you have him on that John. I don't need to wail away at him over it, you guys were beating him pretty good. I just added my comment that he didn't need to lie about it.

    as for anniversaries go isn't today one? Do we know what today is kiddies? the 15th anniversary of what little act of aggression?

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  32. Yep Joe it is, thank you slick willy for that one.

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  33. its bills fault???? and you guys say we blame bush for everything. thanks for the "blame Clinton" flashback

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  34. Joe You Have Had Your Blame W Moments and When The Moment Is On your Foot You Go Hooterville on Us. What Goes Around Comes Around. Also It All Depends On What You Mean By The Word "Blame". Hey It Worked For Clinton Until That Disbarment Thingy!

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