Tea party’ conservatives prep for 2010 elections

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    ‘Tea party’ movement preps for 2010 vote - Washington Post- msnbc.com

    I have my own opinion, but please discuss...
     
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    The Tea Party crowd isn't anywhere near all republican.

    DNCNBC really needs to lay off the Kook-Aid, get out of their ivory towers and venture into flyover country.
     
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    I like it. I'm not sure that Crist has a chance anymore, but with the teapartiers splitting the Republican vote it will certainly make things interesting in the Florida governor's race.
     
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    My opinion is that you have a very unhealthy obsession with Sarah Palin.
     
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    Slow down Dude....I wanted your opinion on the Tea Party strategy. All I have seen them accompliishing so far, is weakening the GOP by splitting the GOP into smaller groups who do not agree with each other's views. Meanwhile, the majority of Independent voters still see the Tea Party movement as fringe.
     
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    Define "unhealthy".
     
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    "Majority of independent voters" as defined and polled by whom?

    If anyone is responsible for weakening the GOP, it's squishy sellout media whores like Juan McQuisling.
     
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    Disagreeing with her on anything, even about her favorite sports team. Criticizing her on anything.

    Remember, Palin is THE CHOSEN ONE! for the GOP side.

    And yet the RUSHpublicans (not REpublicans) have the nerve to talk about Obama being a "Chosen One," while hypocritically treating Palin as if she's about to kick God off His Throne for ultra perfection.
     
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    Who are the Democrats in Freedomworks, or the Club for Growth?
     
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    Could you at least try to ask a sensible question, that doesn't presume a completely either/or Hegelian world? :rolleyes:
     

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