Scott Brown has the Tea Partiers squealing...

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    ...like Ned Beatty in Deliverance. Hee hee hee haw haw

    lol, Who saw this coming?

    Scott Brown falls out of favor with Tea Party

    Members of the Tea Party are infuriated that Brown has helped Democrats pass several key pieces of legislation. In February, he voted with the majority party to pass an important jobs bill. And just last week, Brown's vote gave Democrats the edge to break a filibuster on financial reform legislation.
    The executive director of the media arm of the Tea Party Patriots is livid. "His career as a senator of the people lasted slightly longer than the shelf life of milk," Shelby Blakely told The Boston Globe.

    "The general mood of the Tea Party is, 'We put you in, and we'll take you out in 2012.' This is not something we will forget," Blakely said.


    Boo hoo.

    Scott Brown falls out of favor with Tea Party | Raw Story

    Oh, in answer to the question, who saw this coming? Well, that would have been I, and some others, back when he was elected. So all that shit you wingnuts gave us when we told you the truth...

    ...get in here and clean up your mess.

    Pronto!!! lol
     
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    Yeah. Brown isn't a bagger. The baggers were just desperate to claim him to show they were doing something.

    I'd say Paul is the first real bagger candidate.

    He's going gangbusters. While he might win KY, he is making the movement look stupid.
     
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    i'm kind of liking scott brown. he's actually doing what he's supposed to do... represent his district.

    and on some things i agree with him, on others i don't.,

    paul is an idealogue with no real world sense.
     
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    As is the case with most radical movements, each self defined TP member understands the dogma must remain inviolate, and anyone who questions the word of Limbaugh or Palin will be punished. It is the way of all members of the idiot fringe, for only they know the immutable truth.
    To debate a member of the idiot fringe is akin to using reason with a paranoid schizophrenic, no amount of reason will ever overcome the world as structrued by their psychosis.
     
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    Yeah, I like him too. He's a good example of the "big tent" approach that we've been telling cons on here the GOP needs to adapt (really adapt) if they want to win.

    Instead, he'll be labeled a RINO and dismissed.

    I'll bet you that he wins re-election though.
     
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    That's very unwise of the Tea Party, and shows that their leaders lack political maturity.
     
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    LOL, this article came from a site called "RawStory"

    anyone ever read that site?
     
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    You're right. NOTHING to see here. Besides, you idiots still have Palin and Rand Paul! Good luck with that!
     
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    Glenn Beck. He said many times on his radio show "Watch him! Don't trust him. This IS Massachusetts."

    The next sound you will hear from the tea party is Scott Brown losing the primary with the roar of an outraged crowd and the crackle of torches with the clank of pitchforks.
     
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    Yep, advice from the enemy on how to defeat them. :rolleyes: Nope that game's done.

    The tea party glommed on to his candidacy was because it was MORE conservative than the radical progressive running against him. He was the most conservative thing running. Now that the "Kennedy seat" has been defiled, we'll see what happens come the next election but I think Brown will have a big challenge coming to him in the primaries.
     

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