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The Tea Party has their panties in a bunch

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Jon Paul

Chico, CA

#1 Sep 12, 2012
The whole ordeal has tea partiers across the country obsessively fingering the buttons on their Electoral College calculators again and again, convinced that math -- like the media, science, letters, colors and shapes -- must have a sinister liberal bias. How else could they be losing to a Kenyan-born, Communist, Socialist, Fascist, Stalinist, Maoist, Leninist, ist- cetera liberal?

Now remember...tea parties are for little girls with imaginary friends.

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#2 Sep 13, 2012
Jon Paul wrote:
The whole ordeal has tea partiers across the country obsessively fingering the buttons on their Electoral College calculators again and again, convinced that math -- like the media, science, letters, colors and shapes -- must have a sinister liberal bias. How else could they be losing to a Kenyan-born, Communist, Socialist, Fascist, Stalinist, Maoist, Leninist, ist- cetera liberal?

Now remember...tea parties are for little girls with imaginary friends.
yes a moron like you would say that about the founding fathers
GRANDPA NICOLAI

Chico, CA

#3 Sep 13, 2012
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The treasonous un American expat from Puerto Vallarta who has no clue what America is all about has spoken folks.....

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#4 Sep 13, 2012
GRANDPA NICOLAI wrote:
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The treasonous un American expat from Puerto Vallarta who has no clue what America is all about has spoken folks.....
so now you are saying that the tea party was not done by our founding fathers

Please post a link to back up that claim
Local

Hidden Valley Lake, CA

#5 Sep 13, 2012
Here Is One wrote:
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so now you are saying that the tea party was not done by our founding fathers
Please post a link to back up that claim
Yep. Our Founding Fathers

The Boston Tea Party, 1773

Victory in the French and Indian War was costly for the British. At the war's conclusion in 1763, King George III and his government looked to taxing the American colonies as a way of recouping their war costs. They were also looking for ways to reestablish control over the colonial governments that had become increasingly independent while the Crown was distracted by the war. Royal ineptitude compounded the problem. A series of actions including the Stamp Act (1765), the Townsend Acts (1767) and the Boston Massacre (1770) agitated the colonists, straining relations with the mother country. But it was the Crown's attempt to tax tea that spurred the colonists to action and laid the groundwork for the American Revolution.
http://www.eyewitnesstohistory.com/teaparty.h...

It's was all about... over taxation....

History repeats itself, yes?

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#6 Sep 13, 2012
Local wrote:
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Yep. Our Founding Fathers
The Boston Tea Party, 1773
Victory in the French and Indian War was costly for the British. At the war's conclusion in 1763, King George III and his government looked to taxing the American colonies as a way of recouping their war costs. They were also looking for ways to reestablish control over the colonial governments that had become increasingly independent while the Crown was distracted by the war. Royal ineptitude compounded the problem. A series of actions including the Stamp Act (1765), the Townsend Acts (1767) and the Boston Massacre (1770) agitated the colonists, straining relations with the mother country. But it was the Crown's attempt to tax tea that spurred the colonists to action and laid the groundwork for the American Revolution.
http://www.eyewitnesstohistory.com/teaparty.h...
It's was all about... over taxation....
History repeats itself, yes?
Yes grumpy called them little girls..........LOL
Local

Hidden Valley Lake, CA

#7 Sep 13, 2012
Here Is One wrote:
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Yes grumpy called them little girls..........LOL
No surprise.

In his effort to discredit patriotic Americans with whom he disagrees, he insults our founding fathers who nearly gave it all to protect us from an oppressive, overbearing, tyrannical government..

that has become the liberal(socialist) way.
Here is One

United States

#8 Sep 13, 2012
Here Is One wrote:
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so now you are saying that the tea party was not done by our founding fathers
Please post a link to back up that claim
No! He is saying YOU ARE AN IDIOT!

STUPID TOO Pinata Brain!

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#9 Sep 13, 2012
Local wrote:
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No surprise.
In his effort to discredit patriotic Americans with whom he disagrees, he insults our founding fathers who nearly gave it all to protect us from an oppressive, overbearing, tyrannical government..
that has become the liberal(socialist) way.
It does not matter what oslama does these moronic liberals will support him even if he was cooking and eating their children.......

But when oslama disagrees with our founding fathers the sheepoles will call the founding fathers names.........
Here is One

Amity, OR

#10 Sep 13, 2012
Here Is One wrote:
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It does not matter what oslama does these moronic liberals will support him even if he was cooking and eating their children.......
But when oslama disagrees with our founding fathers the sheepoles will call the founding fathers names.........
Good thing you didn't breed!

But hey friend, EVERYBODY knows you prefere to eat Puppys and Kittens anyways.
GRANDPA NICOLAI

Chico, CA

#11 Sep 13, 2012
Local wrote:
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Yep. Our Founding Fathers
The Boston Tea Party, 1773
Victory in the French and Indian War was costly for the British. At the war's conclusion in 1763, King George III and his government looked to taxing the American colonies as a way of recouping their war costs. They were also looking for ways to reestablish control over the colonial governments that had become increasingly independent while the Crown was distracted by the war. Royal ineptitude compounded the problem. A series of actions including the Stamp Act (1765), the Townsend Acts (1767) and the Boston Massacre (1770) agitated the colonists, straining relations with the mother country. But it was the Crown's attempt to tax tea that spurred the colonists to action and laid the groundwork for the American Revolution.
http://www.eyewitnesstohistory.com/teaparty.h...
It's was all about... over taxation....
History repeats itself, yes?
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Wrong!

History does not repeat itself in this case...

The Original T Party was a revolt against the Crown...American Patriots revolted against their oppressors...

Today's so called "T Party" is a rag tag bunch of traitors and mindless losers being manipulated by the likes of the Koch brothers who are intent on enslaving them....

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#12 Sep 13, 2012
GRANDPA NICOLAI wrote:
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Wrong!
History does not repeat itself in this case...
The Original T Party was a revolt against the Crown...American Patriots revolted against their oppressors...
Today's so called "T Party" is a rag tag bunch of traitors and mindless losers being manipulated by the likes of the Koch brothers who are intent on enslaving them....
So tell us why you called the founding fathers little girls???

And tell us why you cant tell us what the modern tea party believes that the original tea party diode not??? What are the differences in their beliefs??

You have only been asked the question by many people for years now????

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#13 Sep 13, 2012
GRANDPA NICOLAI wrote:
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Wrong!
History does not repeat itself in this case...
The Original T Party was a revolt against the Crown...American Patriots revolted against their oppressors...
Today's so called "T Party" is a rag tag bunch of traitors and mindless losers being manipulated by the likes of the Koch brothers who are intent on enslaving them....
So what points do the modern tea party and the original tea party disagree on???

Why cant you tell us the difference in their beliefs???

Many have asked this same question from you for years now but you run and hide like a little girl every time the questions is asked???
GRANDPA NICOLAI

Chico, CA

#14 Sep 13, 2012
Local wrote:
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No surprise.
In his effort to discredit patriotic Americans with whom he disagrees, he insults our founding fathers who nearly gave it all to protect us from an oppressive, overbearing, tyrannical government..
that has become the liberal(socialist) way.
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You and HERE IS ONE do not even come close to being "patriotic Americans" nor could either of you hold up a candle to the founding fathers....

Our Liberal founding fathers were men of unparalleled intelligence and they did not need FOX news and Rush Limbaugh to tell them what they should think...

The founding fathers also knew how to find the "truth" without asking someone to post a link....
GRANDPA NICOLAI

Chico, CA

#15 Sep 13, 2012
Here is One wrote:
<quoted text>No! He is saying YOU ARE AN IDIOT!
STUPID TOO Pinata Brain!
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It is hard to believe that anyone would be stupid enough to compare the T baggers to the Boston Tea Party...

But then again, no one ever accused MEXITROLL of being the sharpest knife in the drawer...

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#16 Sep 13, 2012
GRANDPA NICOLAI wrote:
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You and HERE IS ONE do not even come close to being "patriotic Americans" nor could either of you hold up a candle to the founding fathers....
Our Liberal founding fathers were men of unparalleled intelligence and they did not need FOX news and Rush Limbaugh to tell them what they should think...
The founding fathers also knew how to find the "truth" without asking someone to post a link....
So why after years of the same questions being asked cant you tell us the difference between the beliefs of the two groups???????

Waiting village liar........
Godfrey

Oroville, CA

#17 Sep 13, 2012
Jon Paul wrote:
How else could they be losing to a Kenyan-born, Communist, Socialist, Fascist, Stalinist, Maoist, Leninist, ist- cetera liberal?
Kenyon Born? I thought he was born in Hawaii. Are you a birther? Hell, you are. Your out here pretending to be a crazy Natzi. You are a smart little bugger. Good for you.
Local

Hidden Valley Lake, CA

#18 Sep 13, 2012
Here Is One wrote:
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So why after years of the same questions being asked cant you tell us the difference between the beliefs of the two groups???????
Waiting village liar........
I'll take that one since ole comrade's panties are in a bunch.

the difference between the King of England being oppressive and over taxing the people, versus the Obama administration over taxing and being oppressive toward our people?
No difference. taxation without representation is as wrong now as it was then.
"Meet the new boss, same as the old boss"....-Peter Townshend-

Lobbyist(special interests) control legislation(and elections) through huge campaign donations.

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#19 Sep 13, 2012
Local wrote:
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I'll take that one since ole comrade's panties are in a bunch.
the difference between the King of England being oppressive and over taxing the people, versus the Obama administration over taxing and being oppressive toward our people?
No difference. taxation without representation is as wrong now as it was then.
"Meet the new boss, same as the old boss"....-Peter Townshend-
Lobbyist(special interests) control legislation(and elections) through huge campaign donations.
Yes these far left loons will tell us how the modern tea party is horrible but cant name any differences in their beliefs..........

Specially if you look at what this tea party has written down as there ideas, beliefs and goals.......

ole grumpy tried a tear or so ago to tell us how they were different but I proved him wrong on every point.....
Jon Paul

Chico, CA

#20 Sep 13, 2012
LOL...These fools think they are the founding fathers. That has to be one of the most stupid statements I have heard...grow up and stop believing in imaginary things.

Folks we are talking about the Tea Party not the founding fathers. There is a big difference. You need a reality check.

FYI: In 1767, to help the East India Company compete with smuggled Dutch tea, Parliament passed the Indemnity Act, which LOWERED the tax on tea consumed in Great Britain, and gave the East India Company a REFUND of the 25% duty on tea that was re-exported to the colonies.
-Labaree, Tea Party, 13; Thomas, Townshend Duties, 2627. This kind of refund or rebate is known as a "drawback".

For the teabaggers that is called a corporate tax break...Doesn't sound like they cared much for corporations getting big tax breaks at their expense.

Godfrey, I don't think you are capable of understanding sarcasm...it's way over your head.

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