What would a Tea Bastard Party led U.S. look like?

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    It would look like the BUSH II regime.
     
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    Like this, but in front of a statue HeyZeuss
     

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    Could anyone picture a Glenn Beck, Rand Paul or Palin Tea Bagger led US? It would be a country full of "mavericks" who believe black people hate white people and every mother would have daughters bearing children at age 17.
     
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    Obama would say that's "Typical white behavior" on your part
     
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    Typical of Republicans that is.
     
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    Show proof of your accusations please.

    You just sounds like a crazy loon if you don't.
     
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    That was the least informative attempt at prediction I have ever read. Obama does better than that on his vision for the future, and I thought he was as bad as it could get. All he managed to do is associate everyone who voted for Brown in Massachusetts with the Tea Party, and pointed out that their objectives contradict each other.

    Maybe he should do a little work, and find out what everyone who voted for Brown had in common, and why they all focused on him instead of his opponent as the best one to meet their diverse goals. If he did, he might actually be able to project what will happen if we focus on what everyone has in common.

    Like most pundits, all he can see is the differences, which makes him look small and petty, just like everyone else who agrees with him. Brown got votes from Republicans, Independents, Tea Partiers, and Democrats because he promised to listen to them, and actually represent them in the
    Senate. I did not vote for him because I do not live in Massachusetts, but he does seem to be trying to represent his state. He has sided with Republicans on some issues, and Democrats on others. Imagine a country where everyone in Congress actually listened to the people who put them in office, and represents their interests, and is willing to go back and justify his decisions to those constituents.

    I could live in that country, but you are welcome to move to Canada or Germany if you like. I much prefer to live in a country with other people that want to make their own decisions than in one that expects the government to make all his decisions for him. The fewer of you who stick around, the greater the probability of that actually happening.
     
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