Tea Party Infiltrators

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It does seem like a likely scenario.. but Democrats should be worried the infiltrators may get absorbed into the movement..

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It was only a few days ago that conservative activists' Facebook pages were "a-twitter" with news that a website named CrashTheTeaParty.org had been formed, which described themselves as, "a nationwide network of Democrats, Republicans, and Independents who are all sick and tired of that loose affiliation of racists, homophobes, and morons; who constitute the fake grass-roots movement which calls itself 'The Tea Party."

They went on to explain their ultimate goal: "to dismantle and demolish the Tea Party by any non-violent means necessary." To do this, they planned to operate within the Tea Party itself by infiltrating the movement. Their website described their plan of attack: "Whenever possible, we will act on behalf of the Tea Party in ways which exaggerate their least appealing qualities (misspelled protest signs, wild claims in TV interviews, etc.) to further distance them from mainstream America and damage the public's opinion of them. We will also use the inside information that we have gained in order to disrupt and derail their plans."


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Oh never mind.. heck I can't be expected to read every post/thread
 

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It does seem like a likely scenario.. but Democrats should be worried the infiltrators may get absorbed into the movement..

-------------------------:lol:

It was only a few days ago that conservative activists' Facebook pages were "a-twitter" with news that a website named CrashTheTeaParty.org had been formed, which described themselves as, "a nationwide network of Democrats, Republicans, and Independents who are all sick and tired of that loose affiliation of racists, homophobes, and morons; who constitute the fake grass-roots movement which calls itself 'The Tea Party."

They went on to explain their ultimate goal: "to dismantle and demolish the Tea Party by any non-violent means necessary." To do this, they planned to operate within the Tea Party itself by infiltrating the movement. Their website described their plan of attack:

"Whenever possible, we will act on behalf of the Tea Party in ways which exaggerate their least appealing qualities (misspelled protest signs, wild claims in TV interviews, etc.) to further distance them from mainstream America and damage the public's opinion of them. We will also use the inside information that we have gained in order to disrupt and derail their plans."



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:eek: Those tricky bastards! :lol:
 

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This is getting too confusing

How do we tell the fake Tea Baggers from the real ones?

How do we know the right wing tea baggers are not sending in plants to pose as left wing infiltrators?

You guys need a secret Tea Bagger Handshake
 

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There are no Fake Tea Baggers.

The people who are Tea Party Crashers ARE the Tea Baggers. They are the ones who repeat the phrase like a Tourettes' patient with OCD.
 
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This is getting too confusing

How do we tell the fake Tea Baggers from the real ones?

How do we know the right wing tea baggers are not sending in plants to pose as left wing infiltrators?

You guys need a secret Tea Bagger Handshake

Poor MSNBC announcers.. confusion on confusion, blended with sublime pleasure and unerring servitude ...:eek:.. no change really...:lol:
 
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There are no Fake Tea Baggers.

The people who are Tea Party Crashers ARE the Tea Baggers. They are the ones who repeat the phrase like a Tourettes' patient with OCD.

if they don't like it, perhaps the deadenders should stop hanging tea bags from their clothes.
 

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There are too many threads simply because the MSM's blatant bias (corruption) is being exposed ten fold. Imagine if we didn't have the internet to debunk them. 1984?
 

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If a sane person were placed in an insane asylum and while you were visiting he claimed he was really sane and all the other inmates were insane, would you believe him? Suppose he gave excellent reasons why he was sane, wouldn't you still doubt his sanity, after all he is in an insane asylum. Same with the tea party, call it whatever you like, the signs, the self centered contradictions, the absence during Cheney/Bush, the whiteness, the republicaness, the appearance after a democrat, and a Black one at that, is elected, should tell everyone with more than 15 brain cells that these are sore losers. Power corrupts and power when backed by stupidity brings out the nutcases in force. Same thing happened when Clinton was elected, same nuts different day.


"The love of liberty is the love of others; the love of power is the love of ourselves." William Hazlitt
 

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If a sane person were placed in an insane asylum and while you were visiting he claimed he was really sane and all the other inmates were insane, would you believe him? Suppose he gave excellent reasons why he was sane, wouldn't you still doubt his sanity, after all he is in an insane asylum. Same with the tea party, call it whatever you like, the signs, the self centered contradictions, the absence during Cheney/Bush, the whiteness, the republicaness, the appearance after a democrat, and a Black one at that, is elected, should tell everyone with more than 15 brain cells that these are sore losers. Power corrupts and power when backed by stupidity brings out the nutcases in force. Same thing happened when Clinton was elected, same nuts different day.


"The love of liberty is the love of others; the love of power is the love of ourselves." William Hazlitt

And "boom" there it is
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If a sane person were placed in an insane asylum and while you were visiting he claimed he was really sane and all the other inmates were insane, would you believe him? Suppose he gave excellent reasons why he was sane, wouldn't you still doubt his sanity, after all he is in an insane asylum. Same with the tea party, call it whatever you like, the signs, the self centered contradictions, the absence during Cheney/Bush, the whiteness, the republicaness, the appearance after a democrat, and a Black one at that, is elected, should tell everyone with more than 15 brain cells that these are sore losers. Power corrupts and power when backed by stupidity brings out the nutcases in force. Same thing happened when Clinton was elected, same nuts different day.


"The love of liberty is the love of others; the love of power is the love of ourselves." William Hazlitt

Oh....Pasture muffins...
 

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It does seem like a likely scenario.. but Democrats should be worried the infiltrators may get absorbed into the movement..

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It was only a few days ...

Why wouldn't the GOP be worried? The Tea Party in your view is nothing but an extension of the GOP?
 

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If they slink in the background, avoid any kind of interview in which they are asked their name, etc., and knock down old ladies and baby carriages to get in front of the TV cameras to show their highly offensive signs and T-shirts, its a pretty safe bet they are not Tea Partiers.
 

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If they slink in the background, avoid any kind of interview in which they are asked their name, etc., and knock down old ladies and baby carriages to get in front of the TV cameras to show their highly offensive signs and T-shirts, its a pretty safe bet they are not Tea Partiers.

Most normal people, conservative, moderate, liberal, know what the Tea Party types are all about. We all know a few. We all try as hard as we can to get them to STFU.

The Tea Party Rally People have become the Jehovah Witnesses of the family.
 

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If they slink in the background, avoid any kind of interview in which they are asked their name, etc., and knock down old ladies and baby carriages to get in front of the TV cameras to show their highly offensive signs and T-shirts, its a pretty safe bet they are not Tea Partiers.

Most normal people, conservative, moderate, liberal, know what the Tea Party types are all about. We all know a few. We all try as hard as we can to get them to STFU.

The Tea Party Rally People have become the Jehovah Witnesses of the family.

Baloney. Everybody who is not an infiltrator or a member of hostile press who has attended one of the Tea Party rallies are impressed that they resemble a Rotary club meeting more than a bunch of activists. They are mostly moms, dads, working people including teachers, plumbers, and engineers, and business owners.

Don't draw your conclusions from selective or doctored Youtube clips and hate hype.
 
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Guy who set up the anti tea party website is under investigation for using his employer's resources to do so. He works for Beaverton Schools, which is catching hell for the web page.
Politics on your employer's dime
Jason Levin, the Conestoga Middle School teacher who created the "Crash the Tea Party" Web site, has been placed on paid administrative leave while Beaverton school officials investigate whether he inappropriately used school equipment or time to work on his Web site.

Beaverton School District made the decision in light of the widespread attention the case has sparked, spokeswoman Maureen Wheeler said this afternoon. Today was Levin's first day on leave since word broke earlier this week of his Web site.

"We just think at this point it would be a good choice to do that with all the attention that this has drawn," Wheeler said.

Both the school district main office and Conestoga have received hundreds of e-mails and calls from across the world in the past two days regarding Levin. Some demanded he quit or be fired.

Levin created the Web site, which encouraged the people to infiltrate the tea party to discredit their movement. The site has been disabled since last night.
 

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If they slink in the background, avoid any kind of interview in which they are asked their name, etc., and knock down old ladies and baby carriages to get in front of the TV cameras to show their highly offensive signs and T-shirts, its a pretty safe bet they are not Tea Partiers.

Most normal people, conservative, moderate, liberal, know what the Tea Party types are all about. We all know a few. We all try as hard as we can to get them to STFU.

The Tea Party Rally People have become the Jehovah Witnesses of the family.

Baloney. Everybody who is not an infiltrator or a member of hostile press who has attended one of the Tea Party rallies are impressed that they resemble a Rotary club meeting more than a bunch of activists. They are mostly moms, dads, working people including teachers, plumbers, and engineers, and business owners.

Don't draw your conclusions from selective or doctored Youtube clips and hate hype.


Hey stupid---almost every meeting I've ever been in my life has been attended by "mostly moms, dads, working people including teachers, plumbers, and engineers, and business owners."

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Wake the fuck up!

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