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Tea Party is here to stay.

cootydog

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I would not be surprised to see many liberal Democrats like Rick Perry turn conservative Republican like Rick Perry. See Democrats are a slimy bunch of parasites who will revert to employing whatever tactics they need to make it as high up the pay scale as possible.

Rick Perry can not be taken seriously as he is a defecting democrat. We simply cant have someone flopping sides in the oval office we see how a black boy from south side Chicago is working out.

ENOUGH IS ENOUGH!

Everyone see's that the Tea Party did exactly what they were elected to do. They are the ones who actually came out of this mess smelling better than the rest. The GOP Rhino's time is limited as we will be electing more Tea Party members to replace them, democrats being replaced is a no brainer unless you like welfare and bug government.

This is no longer about Democrats or Republicans. This is about the future of America. The current crop of politicians have ZERO credibility when it comes to promising to cut spending, except the Tea Party. GOP and Democrats political careers are more important than their service to their country and those they represent.

DON'T THEY GET IT?? WE DON'T TRUST THEM!
They have NEVER lived up to their promises of cutting spending, and we don't expect them to do it now.

The President has abdicated his role completely in leading this country and he is focused solely on his reelection campaign.

The Democrats in Congress are playing political games, desperately trying to maintain the bloated and unsustainable size of government, while trying to help the President get reelected.

Republican Leadership is avoiding responsibility, trying to convince the American people with their rhetoric that THIS time we can trust them, while their actions lead us down the same path that the Democrats would like to take us.

This really is a tipping point. It's time for the politicians in Washington to decide whose team they are on. If the Republicans only care about what is best for the Republican Party and the Democrats only care about what is best for the Democrat Party, then who is looking out for what is best for the American people? The Tea Party that's who.

The stakes are high. We must remain resilient because if we don't stop this spending path of destruction, where will we turn - - if in America - - liberty cannot survive?

Call your Congressmen and Senators and tell them enough is enough. The American people will no longer stand for promises of the future. We want action now
 

Sherry

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Reagan was a Dem and he followed Carter....history often repeats itself, for better or worse.
 

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ermmmm.... no it isn't.

Give it a year, maybe 2, certainly no more than beyond the next election cycle. The "Tea party" is going to look as silly as a rainbow afro wig.
 

AquaAthena

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SNIP: Rick Perry can not be taken seriously as he is a defecting democrat. We simply cant have someone flopping sides in the oval office we see how a black boy from south side Chicago is working out.

He's really not working ( he has an aversion to that word?...lol ) out very well according to the latest Gallup poll yesterday, although after his Palin-esque bus tour, ratings might briefly hike a notch ) then he will be at Martha's Vineyard, having a nice vacation. I think he and Congress ALL should be back at work.


"President Obama’s approval rating dropped to below 40 percent, an all-time low, according to Gallup’s daily tracking poll.

"The poll released Sunday says 39 percent of Americans approve of Obama’s performance, while 54 percent disapprove."
 

J.E.D

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A new CNN poll finds almost half of Americans have an unfavorable view of the tea party movement.
--47 percent of Americans see the tea party unfavorably
--32 percent regard the movement favorably

Continue reading on Examiner.com Poll: Tea Party popularity declining - National populist | Examiner.com Poll: Tea Party popularity declining - National populist | Examiner.com
 

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ermmmm.... no it isn't.

Give it a year, maybe 2, certainly no more than beyond the next election cycle. The "Tea party" is going to look as silly as a rainbow afro wig.

Says the Moral Majority or Christian Coalition. The big republicans are waiting for 2016.
 

Sallow

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Tea Party is going the way of the Birchers.
 

Sherry

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Love them or hate them, to deny that their existence hasn't had a significant influence on the political landscape in the past few years would just be plain denial.
 

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As long as there are people who refer to the opposition as "Slimy Parasites" the Tea-Baggers will alway have a home for them.
 

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