#22 Nov 2, 2011
Republican,GOP, RNC and Tea Party wacko's presidential candidate Herman Cain in hot water.
#23 Nov 10, 2011
A message to those Republican, Tea Party nuts, change and get on board or be left behind.
Republicans, Tea Party members have long been criticized as a party that coddles the rich, are now eyeing a handful of proposals that target millionaires on subsidies, tax deductions and other federal benefits.
The "Occupy Wall Street" movement has generated real media attention for its protests across the country as it highlight's income inequality, so much so that the language is creeping into Republican talking points and interviews.
#24 Nov 18, 2011
70 % of Americans actually agree on many
things, the grid lock is in Congress and
it's been the republicans and Tea Party members who SAID they would block everything so that Pres Obama would fail.
The pres and the dems have made all
kinds of concessions. Hell they passed
Republican health Care reform at the presiden'ts
insistence even though they knew republicans and Tea Party members could be trusted.
It was pres Obama who wanted to strike
a Grand Bargain and Boehner who ran out on it
as did Cantor when Joe Biden was running
a meeting about deficit reduction.
Let's face it REPUBLICANS have signed and
honor a pledge to same republican operative - Norquist.
They have put this pledge ABOVE their duty to the country.
I wish we could give them all treason trials. Is that after or before they are stood before a firing squad?
#25 Nov 20, 2011
Here's a tibit on Norquit's phony Americans for Tax Reform from Wikipedia:
According to an investigative report from the Senate Indian Affairs Committee on the Jack Abramoff scandal, released in June 2006, ATR served as a "conduit" for funds that flowed from Abramoff's clients to finance surreptitiously grass-roots lobbying campaigns.
Records show that donations from the Choctaw and Kickapoo tribes to ATR were coordinated in part by Abramoff, and in some cases preceded meetings between the tribes and the White House.
I am not mad at Norquist - I am livid at the spineless weasels that sign his pledge.
#26 Nov 30, 2011
US Congress House GOP/Tea Party freshmen, who roared into town with a radical plan to remake Washington.
They are finding themselves in the dumps as they confront an unpleasant realization, This job is a drag ot it just sucks!
#27 Dec 5, 2011
When your just plain "stupid" what do you call yourself?
A Republican or Zumbie Tea Party member.
Talk about clogging up the California court sytem with stupid complaints and worthless, Meritless the Republicans/Tea Party nits have it hands down, again!
A Republican group is asking the California Supreme Court to shelve the newly drawn state Senate district map, even though the court previously declined to take up such a challenge.
The petition was filed Friday by a group called Fairness and Accountability in Redistricting. The group has submitted more than 711,000 signatures for a referendum to stop the new electoral map from being used in next year's election.
#28 Dec 16, 2011
Republican/Tea Party member, Congressman West needs to immediately apologize for insulting the memories of the millions who lost their lives during the Holocaust.
Says Steve Israel, chairman of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee.
Comparing political differences today to the worst Nazi propagandist diminishes what happened to millions of Jewish families during the Second World War.
Unfortunately, this isn't the first time that Republican/Tea Party member, Congressman West has made this type of hateful remark that makes a mockery of what millions of Jewish families suffered.
#29 Dec 21, 2011
Evidently, the House majority leader has decided that they should commit political suicide, and not take care of their constituents.
Ol' "Spray-on-tan" John Boehner, mus-calculated on this one.
EIGHTY percent of the country agrees with the Senate version of this bill.
They aren't going to be too popular when they come home from "holiday vacation".
This too is another fault of the Glendora, California city council member's.
#30 Dec 23, 2011
Another attempt by those Republican/Tea Party Nation jack booted follower's to stop minority voter's, don't forget that looney calling himself Ron Paul.
The United States Department of Justice December 23, 2011 deemed South Carolina's new law requiring voters to present a state or federal photo ID "legally unenforceable, arguing that it could be discriminatory against minorities in violation of the Voting Rights Act.
#31 Dec 31, 2011
There is a reason why 14 million firearms and 9 billion rounds of ammunition were sold into PRIVATE CITIZEN'S hands in America in 2010 and also why those 2010 record sales were surpassed by August of 2011 (leaving 4 more months of buying in 2011).
It is also the reason why 49 of 50 States (Illinois being the holdout) now allow private Citizens the option of carrying concealed handguns.
People are afraid of criminals and their government, although in most cases, they are one in the same.
#32 Jan 13, 2012
I want to thank the Republican/Tea Party Nation debates - I haven't seen anything like this since "Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In" from the late 1960s.
#33 Jan 13, 2012
MARK SMITH!!!!!! DUH...
#34 Jan 13, 2012
Those scoping meetings can be hard on your ego?
#35 Jan 26, 2012
Oh the good old days of Gop leadership.
2 wars to knock off a dictator and capture bin laden.
All while bin laden chilled in his villa in Pakistan.
A trillion tax dollars and 35k dead and maimed American youth.
The Gop economic plan led to an economy that was collapsing at the time of Obama taking office.
2 million jobs lost in the last year the Gop held the white house.
The attack on our country on 9/11 is a direct result of a GOP president keeping the nation safe.
What has the greatest president in 50 years done?
Led a great resurgence of our economy.
1 million jobs produced in the last year.
The GOP leaders wanted to let the automakers fail.
Obama made the decision to bail them out and save 100's of thousands of jobs.
The result GM is the largest automaker in the world and financially sound.
The bailout money was repaid. The President said we would find Osama and kill him.
As opposed to the terrible GOP leadership that let Bin Laden slip away in Tora Bora.
This incredible President did not fight the fight he led the decision making that created the fight.
They built a replica of the compound in Afghanistan and trained against it for 5 months.
WHAT AN ADMINISTRATION.
NO LEAKS TO THE PRESS.
The president went to the correspondence dinner as the seals were sealing Bin Ladens Fate.
Recently he made the decision to rescue the captured American Aide worker in Somalia.
In libya, Mccain wanted lots of boots on the ground.
It would fail without them.
This would have cost Billions of dollars and American lives.
The President said "NO".
He built a broad coalition.
The results? Bin Laden - Dead, Ghadaffi - Toppled and Dead, Aide worker - Safe at home, 9 kidnappers Dead.
Under a Billion tax dollars.
The choice is clear.
The new old faces of the Gop. Candidates, with failed policies of the past, and even greater failures in their personal and professional lives.
Romney is the 1 %. Bet he votes to give the 1% a huge tax break.
The President is a fantastic family man, conservative with tax $(This whack job is angry he will not liberally defend her constituents cattle ranches, A JOB FOR LOCAL POLICE), one of the greatest decision making presidents in 50 years.
An incredible decision between the failed policies of W's Gop white house, or the successful policies of this great President.
#36 Jan 27, 2012
It's funny how the GOP loves to attack itself.
Mimi baby all but one of the Supreme Court justices are Republican appointees.
State Republicans are so dumb that they can't win even when they stack the deck.
#37 Jan 28, 2012
I support Israel but believe they should stand on their own and not rely on massive U.S. foreign and military aid.
That said, the Saudis exert more influence on U.S. foreign policy- they've got lots of money to buy lots of friends, and none of the aforementioned candidates would ever dare mention them.
Bush held hands with Crown Prince Abdullah but I don't remember him ever hand-holding with an Israeli politician. Don't ask, don't tell.
#38 Feb 2, 2012
The Inside Job movie shows on February 11 and 12. The Oscar-winning documentary shows exactly how Wall Street's risky behavior—and Washington's inaction—caused the global economic collapse.
Inside Job provides a straightforward explanation of what happened and who's responsible—and can bring more people into the 99% movement for economic change
#39 Feb 9, 2012
LDSer Mitt Romney's poor performance Tuesday is prompting congressional Republicans to go public with a bracing message to the front-runner: time to step it up, Mitt.
A day after Romney was convincingly defeated by Rick Santorum in non-binding contests in Minnesota, Colorado and Missouri, high-profile Republicans voiced long-simmering worries that the would-be standard-bearer lacks a compelling message for conservatives and must be bolder to capture the party's nomination.
The admonition came from outspoken conservatives and members of Congress who typically stay out of party spats.
#40 Aug 11, 2012
(Tea Party member) Paul Ryan is an ideologue who will fight for policies that cut taxes of the wealthiest Americans at the expense of programs that impact the middle class and the poorest of Americans struggling to survive.
From a Tea Party view, Paul Ryan opposes marriage equality, proposed an additional $250,000 tax cut for millionaires, and called for cutting education funding of programs ranging from Head Start to helping kids with college financial aid.
Paul Ryan would turn Medicare into a voucher system that would raise the cost of already expensive healthcare on the backs of fixed income seniors
Paul Ryan is a seven term Congressman who repeatedly rubber-stamped all of President Bush’s reckless economic policies that took us from a budget surplus in 2000 to a near financial meltdown in 2008 that our economy is still recovering from.
#41 Aug 11, 2012
Another upset Republican/Tea Party Nation member, guess you'll have to tough it out.
I heard tell there are plenty of Tea Party Nuts floating around, is that true?
You bet, they live near the Glendora Country Club, they cry to their lawyers and tell them to make it right again, remember were in charge, and we paid you lawyers enough so make it happen.
Those special people are starting to lose their grip
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