Tea Party success

There are 439 comments on the Lake County Record-Bee story from Feb 23, 2010, titled Tea Party success. In it, Lake County Record-Bee reports that:

On behalf of myself I want to respond to Ralph Rosendin's Feb. 13 letter. As a member of Lake County Tea Party Patriots, I can say we are not out to start a third party.

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Old sea lawyer

United States

#1 Feb 23, 2010
This is just more evidence that the tea party people know what they don't want but do not know what they want let alone how to achieve it. Not only do they fear God but many other things also. That is why they play with their guns all the time.
leesa

Houston, TX

#2 Feb 23, 2010
Old sea lawyer wrote:
This is just more evidence that the tea party people know what they don't want but do not know what they want let alone how to achieve it. Not only do they fear God but many other things also. That is why they play with their guns all the time.
More fodder from another Freedom Bigot!
Private

United States

#3 Feb 23, 2010
Don't worry Shane, we have been fighting this fight since Nixon. I'm sure you are ready by now
TV8ter

Hayward, CA

#5 Feb 23, 2010
leesa wrote:
<quoted text>More fodder from another Freedom Bigot!
What is a "Freedom Bigot?"

“Constitutionist/ SAF”

Since: Mar 08

Location hidden

#7 Feb 24, 2010
The Tea Party is a large scale (patriotic) response to excessive taxation.

The worst tax is not the income tax (Federal or State). The worst tax is both the property tax and sales taxes.

High property taxes can force you to sell your house.

High sales taxes affect poor people the most because the tax raises the prices of commodities (needed goods).

All types of taxation can be abused by govt.

Clint Fitzgerald

Since: May 09

Location hidden

#8 Feb 24, 2010
Tory II wrote:
The Tea Party is a large scale (patriotic) response to excessive taxation.
The worst tax is not the income tax (Federal or State). The worst tax is both the property tax and sales taxes.
High property taxes can force you to sell your house.
High sales taxes affect poor people the most because the tax raises the prices of commodities (needed goods).
All types of taxation can be abused by govt.
I agree. There are many who seek to obfuscate the movement. Lake county california has but a handful but they are loud.
ILoveAmerica

Salt Lake City, UT

#9 Feb 24, 2010
vacaza wrote:
<quoted text>Someone who takes exception to others exercising their rights. Freedom Bigots are condescending creeps who feel their above all.
you seem like a freedom bigot, by your definition of course
ILoveAmerica

Salt Lake City, UT

#10 Feb 24, 2010
well tea party it looks like you have leaders now...so you are no longer a movement but an organization...time to file for tax exempt status
ILoveAmerica

Salt Lake City, UT

#12 Feb 24, 2010
Shane Bryant must not know the history of the founding fathers...

not all were Federalists

not all were Christians

they favored slavery and misogyny

the tea party is just another name for republicans that are angry Obama is the president...and thats it
ILoveAmerica

Salt Lake City, UT

#13 Feb 24, 2010
Tory II wrote:
The Tea Party is a large scale (patriotic) response to excessive taxation.
The worst tax is not the income tax (Federal or State). The worst tax is both the property tax and sales taxes.
High property taxes can force you to sell your house.
High sales taxes affect poor people the most because the tax raises the prices of commodities (needed goods).
All types of taxation can be abused by govt.
thats regulated by your state...
James Henderson

United States

#14 Feb 24, 2010
I'm amazed that you tell me why I do what I do. We have not talked,my concerns have not been expressed why but you presume to know the reasons for my actions. Your self assuredness must give you comfort,That all the money we are spending and the money we owe in only a problem in our minds. So just go along, skipping to you own tune. So you throw stones at us that thing we need to look at where and what we are doing.
Wake up

United States

#19 Feb 24, 2010
ILoveAmerica wrote:
Shane Bryant must not know the history of the founding fathers...
not all were Federalists
not all were Christians
they favored slavery and misogyny
the tea party is just another name for republicans that are angry Obama is the president...and thats it
You got it! The Repubs are sore losers, too bad their eyes were closed for the last eight years. GWB hands Obama EIGHT TRILLION $$$$$ deficit. Criminal.
Bruce V

Birmingham, AL

#20 Feb 24, 2010
TV8ter wrote:
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What is a "Freedom Bigot?"
I "coined" the phrase in another post on another topic, Vacaza has the concept of a freedom bigot somewhat, but, a freedom bigot is, as the name implies, a person who is bigoted against true freedom. A freedom bigot thinks government "gives" him his freedom. A freedom bigot wants government to protect him and make decisions for him. A freedom bigot HATES freedom.
James Henderson

United States

#21 Feb 24, 2010
Capt.John Smith ,stated that "You don't work you don't eat." Read the story about Jamestown,Virginia. Then see how far a free lunch is able to go. Call me what you will. You put your trust in the same ones that give us what we got. I protest and your peeved at me for my view.God help us when you have so much power it will not be names you will cast at us but bullets.Words can't hurt you cause if your words are true. So be blinded by both party's rhetoric and forgo the constitution.
Marauder

Anchorage, AK

#22 Feb 24, 2010
Old sea lawyer wrote:
leesa-you call me a "freedom bigot."
Let me quote somebody. "You are are entitled to your opinion but not to your own facts."
Tea baggers seem to be getting a bit sensitive about their ignorance.
And you resort to name calling right out of the gate...maybe you should go back to the sea..."frustrated control freak"
Donna Christopher

Kelseyville, CA

#23 Feb 24, 2010
Me, I'm just happy to read that there will be 'God given rights' to the atheists of his group. Sigh.

Clint Fitzgerald

Since: May 09

Location hidden

#25 Feb 24, 2010
Philip Murphy wrote:
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LOL! You don't own property so you pay no property taxes, and you don't have a job so there's no income tax for you, when you start paying some taxes you can start griping about them, until then go play with your ground squirrel pals!
Even if it were true it would still be far off topic.
Donna Christopher

Kelseyville, CA

#26 Feb 24, 2010
Okay, Clint - you raised and I'm calling. How much in income taxes did you pay last year, how much of that are you getting back and what was your property tax bill?
Wolverine

Cumberland, MD

#30 Feb 24, 2010
Donna Christopher wrote:
Me, I'm just happy to read that there will be 'God given rights' to the atheists of his group. Sigh.
It is not necessary for individuals to believe in God, He believes in them. God's gifts come to all here on earth. What you do with them has a direct bearing on your soul's final destination.
Jim Knapp

Sacramento, CA

#31 Feb 24, 2010
Our country needs a revolution, voting for a Democrat or a Republican is not revolutionary, it is big business as usual.

Neither party represents the average hard working American. America needs a populist third party alternative to break up the corporate globalist controlled oligarchy we now have.

THE DNC = On the surface they appear to represent a march towards socialism, the welfare state, amnesty for illegal aliens, multiculturalism, and a beacon to those who look to the government for free cheese. However, if you follow the money and their votes, they are nothing but globalist whores for big business and Wall Street just as much as the Republicans.

THE GOP = Appear to be patriotic, flag waving, constitution loving, Lee Greenwood playing Americans, However, follow the money - they are New World Order globalist who are pro Wall Street, pro Communist China, pro Fed, pro illegal immigration, pro outsourcing American jobs, pro shipping our manufacturing base overseas and just all around lying sacks of manure.

Worried about splitting the vote? Well turn to the words of Republican Senator Jim DeMints for comfort...“I’d rather have 30 Republicans in the Senate who believe in the principles of freedom than 60 who don’t believe in anything

A third party would not need to vote out every RINO, neocon, Republican or Liberal Democrat. We only need to take 10% of the House seats; this is very doable in conservative states. With 10% of congress we could control the agenda in Washington. Eventually, as the party proved itself and grew, we could take the Whitehouse.

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