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Daily Kos Has Gone Cuckoo

Even the most uninformed inattentive American knows that Occupy Wall Street is not the Tea Party movement.
Not — as in dissimilar, unlike, different, opposite.
Daily Kos is a liberal website, so we expect them to do the usual number on conservatives, slandering us with the “racist” label.
Yesterday, Oct. 29, 2011, true to form, a Daily Kos blogger named “iera” ranted on and on about “Teabaggers” being “racist” and “violent.”
There’s just this one thing: All the evidence that iera cites as proof of the teabaggers’ racism is actually about Occupy Wall Street!
Here’s iera’s delusional rant in its entirety, complete with the author’s spelling mistakes. Liberalism, indeed, is a mental illness.
H/t beloved fellow Anon.


by iera – Daily Kos – Oct. 29, 2011

For the last few years, the point has been expressed on this blog, as well as others, that the tebaggers [sic] are a violent, racist, and disgusting mob intent on transforming our society into something completely alien to our progressive democracy.  While we’ve all known this to be the case despite a lack of evidence, these last few weeks of vile teabagger demonstrations have provided all the evidence needed to put the question to rest and exxpose [sic] the baggers for what they truly are. Warning, this diary contains some offensive material.

And I’m not just talking about oblivious color-blind white privilege.  I’m talking about about a movement so racist the Nazi Party has given their endorsement.  Oh, I know, these groups try to be provocative and they also endorsed Obama in ’08.  But they also explain their support.  While the Nazis felt that Obama was a fool who would ruin African American’s [sic] chances at ever being elected to high office again, their support for the Teabaggers was explained as support of their pervasive, blatant anti-semetism [sic].
I could make a post a mile long with example after example, but you can click over to YouTube and watch the related videos yourself.  The point is that it is pervasive and undeniable. Whether the Nazi’s support is appreciated or not, it is the Teabagger‘s similar racist philosophy that enamours them.  All of our probems are because we still have Joooooooos walking around that Hitler didn’t kill.  Disgusting.  If this does’t destroy the Teabagger movement I don’t know what will.
As a side note, the Communist Party has also given their endorsement.  While Communists are certainly responsible for more deaths and misery than the Nazis could ever dream of, at least their intentions were good, so I’ll give them a pass.
The Teabagger violence has gotten out of control.  We’ve called them “political terrorists” for some time now, but I think it’s time to just refer to them as “terrorists”.  After all, some of their leaders are being investigated for terrorism.  They claim an area for themselves (typical Teabagger greed), refuse to pay for a permit, threaten to kill reporters, block traffic, attack the police, and conspire to kill police.  Does the first amendment nullify all other laws? WTF?  Rightfully, the NYPD plans to sue the Teabaggers as a whole for their injuries from now on.
Violence, violence, violence, violence, violence and I could go on but you get the point.  There are over 100 such unique (unrelated, I’m sure) incidents involving upwards of 1000 arrests.  We are being terrorized by the Teabaggers.
And of course, Teabagger violence isn’t limited to their opponents- they turn on each other.  Such people can’t help themselves, it’s their nature. We all know the Teabagger‘s natural inclination to violence toward women.  We’ve been seeing a disturbing trend of rape lately- here, here and here for starters. The Teabaggers have issued a cult-like decree that their rape victims should remain silent about their abuse. The truly disgusting thing is that this violence is so pervasive rapes can go on WITHIN THE GROUP OF TENTS WITH NOBODY TRYING TO STOP IT.  That is who the teabaggers are. If you’re a man and you don’t hate the Teabaggers right now, then you’re not much of a man at all.  Real men don’t tolerate violence toward women.  Real men don’t tolerate Teabaggers.
Another one of the unfortunate side-effects of Teabagger violence is the drain on our precious public resources, namely the police protecting the women from Teabaggers who aren’t demonstrating.  All told, the human cost of teabagger violence is incalculable.
It is my belief that the reason the Teabaggers are so unsanitary, covered in feces, vomit, and urine is because they are naturally anti-science.  They deny that human waste and garbage poses health threats.  They don’t accept modern waste management. Many of them were taught from the Christian Bible that people were created by god, and so their turds are actually divine.
And really, this just makes the case for better public education.  We need to invest more in the teachers who can correct the backwards Teabagger hygiene and give these kids a shot at a healthy life.  You can’t just poo anywhere in this country.  It’s not healthy and it’s not fair to others.  We have places to poo.  These children need to learn where or we have no chance as a nation.
More and more city governments are attempting to address the sanitation issue, but are finding they must deal with the violence issue first.
If you are ever near a group of Teabaggers head for the nearest shower and wash yourself immediately.  It is reccomended [sic] that you dispose of your clothing in a manner consistent with biohazard regulations.
I hope what I’ve provided here will be used as a reference.  The next time some Rethuglikkkan tells you “the tea party isn’t racist”, or “we’re just law-abiding people who love the constitution”, now you have the undeniable PROOF to show them what the Teabaggers truly are.  Not ony [sic] is their movement disgusting, but they are just a disgusting group of people no matter how they’re organized.
No longer can the media hide the truth from us.  Surely there will be many more examples of my points here in days to come. Eventually, the weight of the evidence will be too much and the Teabaggers will go the way of the KKK and the Nazis.
Now let’s get out there and expose them.

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61% in FoxNews Poll Agree With "Occupy Wall Street"

The waking-up news this morning is that the Occupy Wall Street movement, now entering its 4th week, has spread to cities across the United States and across the world.
The usual (left-wing) suspects of unions (SEIU, teachers, writers) and multibillionaire George Soros’ MoveOn.org are participating in it. [Go here for the list of some of the participants.]
Multimillionaire hypocrite Nancy Pelosi called the TEA Party “neo-Nazi” “racists” and an “astroturf” (fake) movement. But she approves of the Occupy movement, telling ABCNews yesterday, “I support the message to the establishment, whether it’s Wall Street or the political establishment approve of it.”
Commie actor Danny Glover called for more “warriors” to join Occupy L.A.:
But if we go by the results of an unscientific FoxNews poll, a majority of Americans say they share the views of the Occupy movement.
The poll asks you to choose among 4 responses:

  • Maybe. I am not even sure what they want.
  • No. They have no idea how jobs are created or how a free enterprise system works.
  • Yes. These folks are right about corporate greed and what’s happening to the little guy.
  • Other (post a comment).

When I voted at 3:30am, west coast time, Monday, Oct. 10, 2011, these were the results:

Of a total of 132,136 votes:

  • Maybe 2.77%
  • No 35.46%
  • Yes 60.95%
  • Other 0.82%

Don’t let the Occupy movement speak for you. CLICK HERE to vote in the poll!

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Call John Boehner !!!

Message from TeaPartyPatriots.org:

Republicans promised in their Pledge To America:  “With common-sense exceptions for seniors, veterans, and our troops, we will roll back government spending to pre-stimulus, pre-bailout levels, saving us at least $100 billion in the first year alone and putting us on a path to begin paying down the debt, balancing the budget, and ending the spending spree in Washington that threatens our children’s future.”

Last November, 2010, Americans returned Republicans to power in the House for two main purposes:

1.  Repeal and/or defund ObamaCare

2.  Drastically reduce spending

It was because of our votes that John Boehner became Speaker of the House.

But Boehner and the GOP didn’t cut $100 billion as promised. In fact, they ended up increasing spending in some areas. And they certainly didn’t push very hard to defund Obamacare.

The American people expect results, not excuses. The TEA (Taxed Enough Already) Party movement fought tooth and nail to defeat ObamaCare, even though we knew it was an uphill battle. We expect the Republican leaders in Washington to fight just as hard and to keep their promises!

And we expect it NOW.

Soon, the House will decide whether or not to increase the debt limit.  Americans have spoken soundly, and a large majority oppose any increase in a limit that has been increased 10 times in 11 years!

When all of the real debt is added together, America’s debt is closer to $130 trillion.

So… should we raise the debt ceiling further?

Speaker Boehner has already indicated that he’s willing to raise the debt limit for a certain price… Is he not listening to the American people?

Speaker Boehner, whose team are you on?

Let Boehner and your Republican representative hear from you today.  

Tell them you expect the Republicans to live up to their Pledge To America and we oppose an increase to America’s debt limit.

This is Boehner’s office phone no.: (202) 225-0600.


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GOP's WakeUp Call: 52% of Republicans Want a 3rd Party

They shoot RINOs, don't they?Photo credit: www.graham-mitchell.com

Listen up, elites of the GOP. If you keep shoving RINOs down our throats as presidential candidates, Republican voters will bolt for a third party.

Andra Varin reports for NewsMax, May 10, 2011, that for the first time in Gallup’s polling history, more Republicans than Democrats favor a third party.

A new Gallup Poll released yesterday, May 9, finds that:

  • More than half of Republicans – 52% – say there should be a third political party.
  • 33% of Democrats want a third party.
  • Overall, 52% of all Americans want a third party, down slightly from 58% in August.
  • 60% of Americans who identify themselves as TEA Party members want a new party.

Gallup’s Jeffrey M. Jones said it would not be surprising if a third-party candidate emerged as a factor in the 2012 presidential race.

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Partisan Disharmony Is an American Tradition

The GOP has a unique talent of snatching defeat from the jaws of victory.
Republicans scored a historic victory in the midterm elections last November 2, winning a majority in the House of Representatives, more seats in the Senate, majorities in countless state legislatures, and many state governorships. Less than 3 months later, that sweeping victory is forgotten and the same old GOP is back, eager to make nice, and cowered by the Left’s outright lies blaming the Tucson murders on “right wing rhetoric.”

Demonrat Chuck Schumer (NY) was paired off with Republican Sen. Tom Coburn (Ok)

The “date night” seating of pairs of Democrats-Republicans at Obama’s State of the Union (SOTU) speech last night was a barf-inducing spectacle. Whose bright idea was that? To Obama’s injunction for bipartisan cooperation, the GOP leaders should have retorted:

“Where was ‘bipartisan cooperation’ when you and your party won the elections in 2008? Why wasn’t there a ‘date night’ display of bipartisan harmony at your 2009 and 2010 SOTU speeches, when the Democrats reigned in Congress?”

Republicans and Conservatives and the TEA party movement (not the same!) have nothing to apologise for. Partisan bickering disagreement and disharmony is nothing less than an American tradition and defines the American national character. As George Will explains in Tea Party Turmoil Echoes America’s Past,” NewsMax, January 24, 2011:

The tone of today’s politics was anticipated and is vindicated by a book published 30 years ago. The late Samuel Huntington’s “American Politics: The Promise of Disharmony” (1981) clarifies why it is a mistake to be alarmed by today’s political excitements and extravagances, a mistake refuted by America’s past.
The “predominant characteristics” of the Revolutionary era, according to Gordon Wood, today’s pre-eminent historian of that period, were “fear and frenzy, the exaggerations and the enthusiasm, the general sense of social corruption and disorder.”
In the 1820s, Daniel Webster said “society is full of excitement.” Of the 1830s, Ralph Waldo Emerson wrote, “The country is full of rebellion; the country is full of kings. Hands off! Let there be no control and no interference in the administration of this kingdom of me.”
As the 20th century dawned, Theodore Roosevelt found a “condition of excitement and irritation in the popular mind.” In 1920, George Santayana wrote, “America is all one prairie, swept by a universal tornado”…. 
By the time Huntington’s book appeared, American had had four of what he called “periods of creedal passion” — the Revolutionary era (1770s), the Jacksonian era (the 1830s), the Progressive era (1900-1920) and the 1960s. We are now in the fifth.
The American Creed’s values are…the 18th century’s preoccupation with defending liberty against government…”individualistic, democratic, egalitarian, and hence basically anti-government and anti-authority.” The various values “unite in imposing limits on power and on the institutions of government. The essence of constitutionalism is the restraint of governmental power through fundamental law.”
What made the American Revolution a novel event was that Americans did not declare independence because their religion, ethnicity, language, or culture made them incompatible with the British. Rather, it was a political act based on explicit principles.
So in America more than in Europe, nationalism is, Huntington said, “intellectualized”: “We hold these truths to be self-evident.” Who holds them? Americans. Who are Americans? Those who hold those truths to be self-evident.
America is an inherently “disharmonic society” because the ideals of its creed are always imperfectly realized, and always endangered. Government is necessary but, Huntington says, “the distinctive aspect of the American Creed is its anti-government character. Opposition to power and suspicion of government as the most dangerous embodiment of power are the central themes of American political thought.”
…Periods of creedal passion involve returns to first principles — hence the tea partyers orientation to 1773. “Americans,” Huntington believed, “become polarized less over the substance of their beliefs than over how seriously to take those beliefs.” Today, the general conservatism of this center-right country and especially the tea party impulse demand renewed seriousness about the creed’s core skepticism about government. Modern liberalism’s handicap is its unhappiness with this core.
“It has been our fate as a nation,” wrote historian Richard Hofstadter, “not to have ideologies but to be one.” It is an excellent fate, even if — actually, because — the creed periodically, as now, makes America intensely disharmonic.

Obama and the Left’s call for “bipartisan cooperation and harmony” is really their attempt to silence us.  To that, we say:

“Hell no. To be partisan and disharmonious is to an American! Dissent is patriotic.”

The GOP must stand firm and suppress its slavish impulse to make nice with our political enemies who conceal their daggers in their smiling entreaties for “harmony.” Remember what the voters resoundingly told you last November 2. And remember also this:

Just as we walloped the Dems last November, we can and will do the same to you.


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Didn't Know Congressman Steny Hoyer Is Psychic

Are you a member of a TEA Party? If not a formal member, do you share the same concerns and beliefs as the TEA (Taxed Enough Already) Party movement?
If so, you must have come from an unhappy family!

Someone please put this old jackass out to pasture

Demonrat Congressman Steny Hoyer (Md.) says so. Didn’t know that Hoyer is a psychic, did you?
Sean Higgins of Investor’s Business Daily reports on January 5, 2011, “Hoyer: Tea Party People Come From Unhappy Families:

On the eve of his demotion by voters from House Majority Leader to House Minority Whip, Rep. Steny Hoyer, D-Md., Hoyer offered this insight into the psychology of the Tea Party movement:
There are a whole lot of people in the Tea Party that I see in these polls who don’t want any compromise. My presumption is they have unhappy families. All of you have been in families: single-parent, two-parents, whatever. Multiple parent and a stepfather. The fact is life is about trying to reach accommodation with one another so we can move forward. That is certainly what democracy is about. So if we are going to move forward compromise is necessary.”
So, there you have it. The Tea Party movement is not motivated by, as its members claim, record-high levels of spending and debt by the federal government and the possible economic consequences of that. It is not upset by the various federal bailouts of recent years. It is not riled up by a stagnant economy with 9.8% unemployment. No, they go to rallies because it is easier than going home apparently….

Sour grapes, anyone?
In response to Sean Higgins’ report, Steny Hoyer’s office sent the following statement:

Mr. Hoyer clearly meant that everyone has to compromise sometimes as part of a family and that compromise is necessary to successfully govern. He obviously was not referring to the personal family life of a large group of people.

What a jackass….
Hoyer, a pro-choice abortion, pro-gay rights, pro-affirmative action racial quotas, anti-gun rights Congressman for THIRTY years, will be 72 years old this June. Don’t these people ever retire?

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We Don't Need No Stinking Bipartisanship!

Bipartisanship!We don’t need no Stinking Bipartisanship!
by Tom in NC
Columnist for Fellowship of the Minds
The establishment Republicans (RINOs) are once again talking about reaching across the aisle to work with the Demonrats in a bipartisan fashion after this year’s election.
Oy vey. Do these idiots realize that is exactly what got us into this mess, and is exactly what the liberals want. Republicans had “worked with” the Democrats before and when it all went bad, guess who got all the blame. THE REPUBLICANS!
After this year’s election, which we all hope is a Conservative romp over liberalism, we do not want or will we accept bipartisanship. We want the Conservative Agenda pushed forward: Lower taxes, more jobs, less government, secure our borders, no creeping Sharia or creeping one-world-government, etc. 
For all I care the libs can sit on their side of the aisle and cry like babies with an industrial sized case of diaper rash. If they want to be pacified they can always suck their thumbs. But we won’t cave in to them from now on. Here’s a warning: Any RINO who feels the need to “reach across the aisle” will find their political career cut very short.
We have spent almost two years building the TEA Party into a formidable political machine and we are getting our best candidates elected in November.
Message to RINOs like John McCain, Lindsay Graham, Mitch McConnell, Lamar Alexander and others:
Your days are numbered. You might make it through this election unscathed but we are waiting in the wings ready to take you down. You can scoff at the TEA Party, you can have family members insult us, but the one thing you cannot do is ignore us. To do so would be political suicide and you know it. You RINOs would be wise to keep one eye always watching behind you because we are like the shark that smells blood in the water, looking for any sign of weakness or distress so we know when to strike.
Reject us and our agenda at your own peril.

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