Why Do People Make The Tea Party Protesters Out To Be Racists

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Same reason people who didn't vote for Obama were.

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Not all tea partiers are racist, but a notable percentage are.
Same as many dems who did not vote for Obama.
 

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Same reason people who didn't vote for Obama were.

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Dems are searching with desperate measures to paint the tea party, racist, to discredit the participants. The real racists are in both parties, but that is not what drives the tea party goers. Big government policies, and lost trust in our leaders are what is driving them. They want to live by the foundation of the Constitution.
 

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Same reason people who didn't vote for Obama were.

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Dems are searching with desperate measures to paint the tea party, racist, to discredit the participants. The real racists are in both parties, but that is not what drives the tea party goers. Big government policies, and lost trust in our leaders are what is driving them. They want to live by the foundation of the Constitution.
And yet the majority of them will admit come next election they will vote republican?
How many will vote republican and just not admit it now?
And the majority also voted for Bush and a notable percentage of them think that Bush did a good job as president?
 

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Same reason people who didn't vote for Obama were.

TRUTH.
Dems are searching with desperate measures to paint the tea party, racist, to discredit the participants. The real racists are in both parties, but that is not what drives the tea party goers. Big government policies, and lost trust in our leaders are what is driving them. They want to live by the foundation of the Constitution.
And yet the majority of them will admit come next election they will vote republican?
How many will vote republican and just not admit it now?
And the majority also voted for Bush and a notable percentage of them think that Bush did a good job as president?


Bush approved of far too much spending. He definitely could have done more when Republicans controlled Congress to reduce spending. Aside from that, he did a good job. Perhaps you could list some of the things you feel he did poorly.

I'll wait...
 

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Bush approved of far too much spending. He definitely could have done more when Republicans controlled Congress to reduce spending. Aside from that, he did a good job. Perhaps you could list some of the things you feel he did poorly.

I'll wait...
Perhaps you can list the goods things he did? It's a lot shorter and won't take as long....:cool:
 

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Bush approved of far too much spending. He definitely could have done more when Republicans controlled Congress to reduce spending. Aside from that, he did a good job. Perhaps you could list some of the things you feel he did poorly.

I'll wait...
Perhaps you can list the goods things he did? It's a lot shorter and won't take as long....:cool:
Wrong, you have made a claim, BACK it up. You are a fucking foreigner to boot, go fuck off and worry about your sheep.
 

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Same reason people who didn't vote for Obama were.

TRUTH.
Dems are searching with desperate measures to paint the tea party, racist, to discredit the participants. The real racists are in both parties, but that is not what drives the tea party goers. Big government policies, and lost trust in our leaders are what is driving them. They want to live by the foundation of the Constitution.
And yet the majority of them will admit come next election they will vote republican?
How many will vote republican and just not admit it now?
And the majority also voted for Bush and a notable percentage of them think that Bush did a good job as president?
Actually the percentage of Dems and Independents who voted for Obama, make up the majority. ( or close ) Of course we will vote Republican. We want small government and leaders we feel we can trust and who will respect us and the Constitution. Obama taught that document as one of "negative liberties." Which is the way the far left sees it. I can't change their way of thinking and don't try to.

I wasn't in favor of TARP bailout at all.
 

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Wrong, you have made a claim, BACK it up. You are a fucking foreigner to boot, go fuck off and worry about your sheep.
How did your application for the Biggest Loser go?

I will back it up. A list of Bush 43's accomplishments:

1)
Fail as usual. You have claimed he made bad decisions. Produce them.
 

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Racism, like stupidity, is non-partisan. Anyone who thinks it is, is kidding themselves.
 
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