Will this ruling energize the Tea Party to protest against taxes?

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    I can see this ruling energizing the tea parties to protest against taxes and partisain legislation as well as grass root fund raisers for Romney and Congressional Republican and Independents running for office. Do you see the same thing?
     
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    I believe it will energize them to vote Romney where as before they may have been hesitant.
     
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    fucking A.
     
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    Yes, this is a big loss for Obama. If Obamacare was tossed out that would have been the best thing in the GE for Obama. This gives Republicans to unite and show up to the polls.

    End of story. It’s just to bad Mitt is possibly one of the weakest candidates you could have running, well as a Republican, lol.
     
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    Huge awakening...as long as people are educated to the truth of this...
     
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    I'm ready to support him any menial way I can. I'll show up at protests, fund raisers and man the phones. My check book is open.
     
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    Only if the Koch's tell them to. The tea party was thrown in the trash after the 2010 election once the Koch's got what they wanted.

    Notice they haven't been protesting anywhere without the Koch's busing people in and completely organizing an event? The tea party is completely unable to do anything by themselves.
     
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    Romney proposed the same tax for Mass. He supported using a tax penalty to force freeloaders to go get insurance.

    You people are funny.
     
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    I thought Obama would win handedly, now with R and R and Obamacare passing I'm not so sure.


    I still think he wins, but that's strike 2 in terms of recent tragedies caused by this administration, strike 3 may be he's out.
     

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