The Tea Party “patriots?” are now threatening the GOP. How much longer are we going to put up with these Losertarians? Greg Sargent has an interview with Max Pappas, basically threatening the GOP. We are in such a wonderful position to re-take the House and make inroads in the Senate, and idiots like Pappas are threatening, telling THOSE OF US WHO THINK THEY ARE UNREASONABLE IDIOTS what they want us to do. Sorry, but you are the irrational one, Mr. Pappas.
“…In an interview with me just now, Max Pappas, the Vice President for Public Policy of Dick Armey’s FreedomWorks, said that if the bill passes, politicians should call for a full repeal.
“This has an unusual ability to be repealed, and the public is on that side.” he said. “The Republicans are going to have to prove that they are worthy of their votes.”
He emphasized that all the different parts of the bill fit together, and that Congress would need to try to repeal the whole thing.
This could put GOP candidates in a bind. We first reported that the Dem game plan in 2010 is to put politicians on the spot on this question, but Mitch McConnell this Sunday declined to go that far when Jake Tapper asked him if Republican candidates would call for full repeal. “There’s no question that this bill, if it were to become law, and frankly even if it doesn’t become law, will be a big, if not central issue not only in the 2010 election, but in the 2012 election,” he said.
That’s not good enough for right wing activists. Erick Erickson of redstate.org criticized McConnell for dodging the question. “Politicians should actually say ‘yes’ when they mean ‘yes’ and ‘no’ when they mean ‘no,’ instead of dancing around the issue,” he wrote…”
These people are so – stupid – they do not grasp the fact that the Dems have left moderate and conservative Dems out in the cold. The GOP is in a position to take these people and turn them into Republicans. The problem is the fact that they would not be extreme conservative enough for people like Erick Erickson, Jim DeMint, and Max Pappas. It is quite obvious they are not interested in protecting the country and preserving our Republic but in their own personal agenda. Let’s not muddy the water by calling them patriots.
Want proof the movement is designed to push Republicans into the LOSERTARIAN Party?
“...A Libertarian political consultant interviewed by MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow agrees that in many places the tea partiers’ struggle against being coopted is already “a lost cause.”…”But what these Republican consultants want,” Gordon concluded, “they want those email lists, they want the dollars, they want to control the organization so that they can exploit it for their political purposes. … Unfortunately, the political purposes of most establishment Republicans is not the same as a grassroots conservative Tea Party person….”
LOSERTARIAN TEA PARTY CREATORS
In 2006 the “Boston Tea Party” was born, created by a bunch of Ron Paul Bots, and was distinctly libertarian in scope. Don’t believe that? Well, how about this:
“…In 2007, the Ron Paul “Tea Party” money bomb, held on the 234th anniversary of the Boston Tea Party, broke the one-day fund-raising record by raising $6.04 million in 24 hours…”
This isn’t about a rise of a popular culture populist movement. The Tea Parties are all about Ron Paul, for Ron Paul, and by Ron Paul Bots and a bunch of Losertarians. There is even a “Boston Tea Party” political group – that has all of 1400 members on Facebook.
This is a great big Pink Flamingo I TOLD YOU SO!
TEA PARTY LIES
Chapter 101 in why I think the Tea Party “movement” is a crock and nothing but way for the disenfranchised Ron Paul lovin’ Ross Perot type “populists” to destroy anyone who refuses to jump to their demands. This little jewel also proves my point about the Tea Party “patriots?”. They don’t give a damn about factual accuracy. Would someone like to tell this ill informed “patriot” that the person she is calling a communist has a better voting record against Obama than does Jim DeMint? Go deal with that one!
“…He is leaning toward supporting Cap & Trade (a.k.a. Cap & Tax ) now. His basis in doing so is that he says he has concerns about the “arctic” regions, and he believes this green movement will improve the employment situation in South Carolina. … Organizer of North Houston/The Woodlands Tea Party Patriots. As a Citizen, and a Texan, by choice, I love this Country passionately. I can’t stand idle while I see it take the road towards socialism, or more radically, communism. …”
This pack of lies comes from the “Lionheart Group” which is a tea party associate. They claim the following:
“…The Lionheart Group is a professional organization dedicated to the advancement of truth in media and other online communications. In today’s age of information, Americans are increasingly bombarded with digital messages on a daily basis. Many of these communications are designed to take advantage of people financially, politically, emotionally and technologically. Some are just designed to waste people’s time and create general mischief. At The Lionheart Group, we say enough is enough. With our expository blogs, articles and informational series, we shine the light of truth on lies, distortions, scams, cons and deceptions for the benefit of truth seekers across America. Our well-researched responses to today’s most prevalent mis-information campaigns offer hard hitting facts you won’t find in most online media outlets. If you’re tired of the endless onslaught of manipulative half-truths and outright lies that have become so pervasive in today’s digital media, you will benefit from The Lionheart Group’s message….”
SPOILED BULLY BRATS
In SC’s 4th District, Losertarian turned Republican Christina Jeffrey is demanding that Bob Inglis not run for re-election. (FYI – if I listed myself as a protege of the racist and anti-semetic Ludwig von Mises, I think I would be keeping a lower profile). To prove that these Glenn Beck candidates are NOT Republicans, Jeffreys is being endorsed by the American Independent Party.
DEATH OF CIVILITY
Erick Erickson is already trying to find someone to run against Parker Griffith because he is not pure enough.
Doesn’t that say it all?