Tea Party the new KKK
Yuck

United States

#1 Feb 9, 2013
Don't you think.
really

Newland, NC

#2 Feb 9, 2013
I think that's an insult to the KKK. Lol. Tea Party is in a screwed up league of it's own.
All Smiles

Casar, NC

#3 Feb 9, 2013
Coward liberals and bottom feeders keep making off the wall comments! So damn stupid!!!!
KKK

Black Mountain, NC

#4 Feb 9, 2013
Yep! We hate f*****g libtards! You are now the enemy and will be dealt with....One way or another!!
Pike Bishop

United States

#5 Feb 9, 2013
A great choice for America, the ultraliberals Neo sociaists or tea party neo fascists. Neither one repesent the America I grew up in.
really

Newland, NC

#6 Feb 9, 2013
Pike Bishop wrote:
A great choice for America, the ultraliberals Neo sociaists or tea party neo fascists. Neither one repesent the America I grew up in.
Exactly, I personally fit somewhere in the middle of ultra right and ultra left but unfortunately I don't think we no longer have a party that represents common sense and a smaller, less intrusive government .
Pike Bishop

United States

#8 Feb 10, 2013
I classify myself as Libertarian, and voted for the Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson. I knew he had no chance but at the end of the day, i could look at myself and not feel guilty that I voted for one of the two major party candidates of whom neither were anywhere close to acceptable to me.
Neither Hot nor Cold

Hickory, NC

#9 Feb 11, 2013
Pike Bishop wrote:
I classify myself as Libertarian, and voted for the Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson. I knew he had no chance but at the end of the day, i could look at myself and not feel guilty that I voted for one of the two major party candidates of whom neither were anywhere close to acceptable to me.


You are one of the Luke Warm people that couldn't make a decision so you voted no decision. So actually your vote went to elect OBAMA! Good luck with that!
Pike Bishop

United States

#10 Feb 11, 2013
I said years ago I would never vote for a candidate from Massachusetts and I kept my word.
I could not support the wacko left wing agenda of Obama and I am not sure that Romney was not a wolf in sheep's clothing. Romney and Obama support outsourcing US jobs and frankly I will never again vote for an outsourcer. If no one is willing to stand for the American middle class and worker then none of them deserve a vote. If crap like these last two candidates are the only choices we have, then we the people have no choice.
really

Newland, NC

#12 Feb 11, 2013
Pike Bishop wrote:
I said years ago I would never vote for a candidate from Massachusetts and I kept my word.
I could not support the wacko left wing agenda of Obama and I am not sure that Romney was not a wolf in sheep's clothing. Romney and Obama support outsourcing US jobs and frankly I will never again vote for an outsourcer. If no one is willing to stand for the American middle class and worker then none of them deserve a vote. If crap like these last two candidates are the only choices we have, then we the people have no choice.
In my opinion it was not as much a case of Obama winning the election as much as the republican party handing it to him by running Romney. Prior to him they ran McCain which was a bad choice also. When is the republican party going to wake up?? No one cares for the ultra right, not even most of their own party. If they had ran a more middle of the road candidate both times, it is very possible they could have control of the white house but as long as the parties stay ultra right or ultra left I am not voting for either.
Lance in my Pants

Black Mountain, NC

#13 Feb 11, 2013
We need more true conservative valued (NOT TEA PARTY) candidates like Marty Huggins.
Think

Greer, SC

#15 Feb 26, 2013
really wrote:
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In my opinion it was not as much a case of Obama winning the election as much as the republican party handing it to him by running Romney. Prior to him they ran McCain which was a bad choice also. When is the republican party going to wake up?? No one cares for the ultra right, not even most of their own party. If they had ran a more middle of the road candidate both times, it is very possible they could have control of the white house but as long as the parties stay ultra right or ultra left I am not voting for either.
Do you remember who it was that said Romney would be the only Republican candidate who could beat Obama? Liberal media. The Republicans bought into it hook, line and sinker.

They have done it over and over and over since then.

If they don't have any more sense than to believe liberals about how conservatives should do/think/vote, they deserve what they get. I wish they'd grow a pair, myself.

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