The Republican Tea Party is Evil

The Republican Tea Party is Evil

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Phantom

Savannah, GA

#1 Aug 26, 2011
Search; what have the Tea Party and the Church of Satan got in common?
Search; Ayn Rand - Tea Party
Search; Ayn Rand - Anton Lavey
Search; The Billionaires who Bankroll the Tea party
The Republican Tea Party hit the ground fully funded and ready to rumble, with plenty of money in it's coffers.
These Billionaires who bankroll the Tea Party are using it to destroy all social safety net programs, including Social,
Security, Medicare, and Unemployment Insurance. The Tea Party leadership built the Tea Party around the philosophy of the atheist Ayn Rand. To understand the Tea Party, take a long hard look at Ayn Rand. Ayn Rand idolized the industrial and business tycoons. Rand's likes and dislikes exactly mirrored those of her tycoon heroes. Ayn Rand despised Social Security, Medicare, Unemployment Insurance, and all other social safety net programs and she wanted them all abolished. Ayn Rand said, "Social Security and Unemployment Insurance are hammocks that the people relax in, and they encourage laziness and a reluctance to work."
Tell that to your 80 year old Grandpa. Ayn Rand was a snooty elitist. Rand said, "The poor and the working class are parasites feeding on the wealth of their intellectual superiors." Ayn Rand despised Christianity because it teaches love and compassion, attributes that she detested. Ayn Rand said, "Christianity is a sign of weakness in a capitalist society."
Search; Mike Wallace - Ayn Rand interviews, videos
See and hear this sinister woman tell Mike Wallace, "I wouldn't feed the poor if they were starving to death." Ayn Rand taught that unbounded greed and personal selfishness are attributes we should all share. Ayn Rand longed to return to the social and economic conditiions that prevailed in this country in the very early 1900's.
Search; Paul Ryan - Ayn Rand
Paul Ryan(R)WI says Ayn Rand's books led him into politics.
Search; Eric Cantor - Ayn Rand
Eric Cantor(R)VA says Ayn Rand's books guide his every step.
In addition to the Tea Party Leadership, Paul Ryan, Eric Cantor, and many more prominent Republicans, Ayn Rand also inspired Anton Lavey, founder of the Church of Satan and author of the Satanic Bible. Anton Lavey said, "Satanism is just Ayn Rand's philosophy with ceremony and rituals added."
Search; the GOP's Godless Philosopher
Search; Tea Party Leaders say they want to abolish Social Security, video
Phantom

Savannah, GA

#2 Aug 26, 2011
Ayn Rand permeates the Republican party.
Search; Republicans for Choice.Org
Search; Republicans for Choice - Whitman Lends a Hand
Search; Republicans for Choice - Ayn Rand
Search; The Secret Inner Life of Laura Bush,video
Laura's Secret isn't so Secret any more,she is being interviewed by Larry King
Phantom

Savannah, GA

#3 Aug 26, 2011
Search; Log Cabin Republicans. Org
Search; Log Cabin Republicans - Ayn Rand
Search; Log Cabin Republicans - Bob Barr
Search; Log Cabin Republicans - "Don't ask, Don't Tell"
Bob Barr(R)GA was the raging Republican, bombastic conservative who actually wrote the Defense of Marraige Act (the DOMA)back when he was a Congressman. Now Bob has seen the light and is actively engaged in repealing the DOMA (Marraige between one man & one woman). Why, just this spring Bob Barr was picked to be the Keynote Speaker at the GAY & LESBIAN Log Cabin Republican Convention in Dallas, Texas. Imagine that...... Bob Barr took the podium and apologized to the GAY & LESBIAN Republicans for his part in the passage of the DOMA and promised to do his utmost to repeal it. Barr also stated he is now a Libertarian and he referenced Ayn Rand in his speech. John MacCain's daughter also spoke to the convention. John couldn't make it, maybe next year.
The Gay & Lesbian Republican Leaders said that the Log Cabin Republicans filed the Law Suit in Federal Court to repeal the Military's "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" policy. Since the Obama administration chose not to fight the GAY & LESBIAN Republican's Lawyers in Federal Coeurt, the leaders of the convention declared victory over the DADT to wild applause. Apparently the Evangelical Republican Tea Party supporters are oblivious to all of this.
The best advice I can give the Evangelical preachers is to take God back to Church and out of the political arena before they both get smeared.
Jesus didn't like praying in public, "To be seen of men." I am not impressed by this either.
Phantom

Savannah, GA

#4 Aug 26, 2011
Search; Ayn Rand - William Hickman
Republican Tea Party Heroine Ayn Rand was overwhelmed with admiration for William Hickman.
William Hickman's claim to fame was that he kidnapped, raped, murdered, and dismembered a 13 year old girl. Hickman was tried convicted and executed for the heinous crime. Tea Party Heroine Ayn Rand said William Hickman showed his rugged individualism and his utter disregard for the norms of society. The Republican Tea Party sure knows how to pick a heroine.
Search; Ayn Rand, hero or monster
If I were an Evangelical preacher, I would stop hanging around praying with Tea Party Republicans, before people get the wrong idea. Take God back to Church and out of the filthy world of politics.
Love

Savannah, GA

#5 Aug 27, 2011
Search; Grover Norquist - Tea Party
Search; Grover Norquist - "Starve the Beast"
King of the Republican Party Grover Norquist, the Tea Party Leadership, and the Billionaires who bankroll the Tea Party hatched a plan years ago to starve the Federal Government of revenue to the point that all social safety net programs, including Social Security, and Medicare, and Unemployment Insurance must be abandoned.
Republican Dictator Grover says, "I want to starve the Federal Government of funds down to a size tha will fit in my bath tub, and then drown it."
Desatroying the Federal Government sounds like Treason. What does that say about the 235 Republican Congressmen who have turned over their representation of the people to Grover Norquist by signing his pledge to never raise taxes for any reason under the sun?
Phantom

Savannah, GA

#6 Aug 27, 2011
Any of the 235 Republicans who have signed Grover Norquist's pledge, who dare to cross him and his orders, are threatened with having a well funded Tea Party Republican run against them in the Republican Primaries.
Grover ordered these Republican not to raise the taxes on the rich.
Grover ordered them not to stop paying subsidies to big oil.
If King Grover is going to make all the decisions for these 235 Republicans, what do we need them for? Boot all of them out of office and just put Grover in there with 235 proxies. We can save all that salary money.
Phantom

Savannah, GA

#7 Aug 27, 2011
All of these 235 Republicans who have delegated their representation of the people to the rodental eyed Emperor of America , Grover Norquist needs to be voted out of office before the little creep takes over the whole govenrment and destroys it.
Dude

Spotsylvania, VA

#8 Aug 31, 2011
The republican party and the Tea Party are not one in the same. The tea party was a socially conservative branch of libertarianism that has been taken over by the CCA. The true meaning has been lost in it's message. The true tea party, was a threat to the Rove Republican establishment. The neo-tea party, is the CCA, you would think that we, as citizens, would have learned from our mistakes...

but NOOOOOOOOOOOOOO.... we're a bunch of morons. Seriously, Bachmann? Perry?:facepalm: We potentially have the easiest candidate in the history of the U.S. presidency, and we put up these morons? Paul is unelectable, but he's getting my vot.
Dude

Spotsylvania, VA

#9 Aug 31, 2011
Phantom wrote:
Search; Eric Cantor - Ayn Rand
Eric Cantor(R)VA says Ayn Rand's books guide his every step.
In addition to the Tea Party Leadership, Paul Ryan, Eric Cantor, and many more prominent Republicans, Ayn Rand also inspired Anton Lavey, founder of the Church of Satan and author of the Satanic Bible. Anton Lavey said, "Satanism is just Ayn Rand's philosophy with ceremony and rituals added."
Search; the GOP's Godless Philosopher
Search; Tea Party Leaders say they want to abolish Social Security, video
This is relevent, since Eric Cantor represents this distric.
Dude

Spotsylvania, VA

#10 Aug 31, 2011
Phantom, I've searched, and I can't find the links you speak of.

Don't give us propaganda.
Jarhead

Leesburg, VA

#11 Aug 31, 2011
Dude wrote:
Phantom, I've searched, and I can't find the links you speak of.
Don't give us propaganda.
What web browser are you using, because I don't have any trouble finding any of the material that the Phantom listed?
wally

Little Valley, NY

#12 Sep 1, 2011
Phantom, go to hell. love, Wally
Dominicus

Savannah, GA

#13 Sep 16, 2011
wally wrote:
Phantom, go to hell. love, Wally
Wally, Sorry if I stepped on one or more of your toes.
I am doing my best to keep the Republican Tea Party from taking me to Hell.
Dominicus

Savannah, GA

#14 Sep 16, 2011
Google; audience shouts, "Let them die" at the Tea Party Republican Debate
The repeated shouts of "Let Them Die," was in response to a question asked of Ron Paul. Wolf Blitzer asked Ron Paul, "What do you think should be done about uninsured patients who are in a coma?
Before Ron Paul could answer the audience started shouting "Let Them Die"
This is a video, so you can hear them yourself. Ayn Rand would have been extremely proud of the audience. I don't think Jesus approved.
the Dude

Spotsylvania, VA

#15 Sep 21, 2011
Jarhead wrote:
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What web browser are you using, because I don't have any trouble finding any of the material that the Phantom listed?
Google and Bing
the Dude

Spotsylvania, VA

#16 Sep 21, 2011
Dominicus wrote:
Google; audience shouts, "Let them die" at the Tea Party Republican Debate
The repeated shouts of "Let Them Die," was in response to a question asked of Ron Paul. Wolf Blitzer asked Ron Paul, "What do you think should be done about uninsured patients who are in a coma?
Before Ron Paul could answer the audience started shouting "Let Them Die"
This is a video, so you can hear them yourself. Ayn Rand would have been extremely proud of the audience. I don't think Jesus approved.
Eric Cantor is Jewish, so he doesn't care what Jesus thinks. Jesus is not a prophet or the son of God or God in his eyes.
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But that is all besides the point.
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I saw that, and there was maybe two in the audience that shouted that. I think you're exaggerating a little.
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You don't even have the question right, the question was a 30 year old man decides not to get insurance, and suddenly falls into a comma, what should we do? Ron Paul didn't even give a hard line libertarian answer, which isn't the establishment Karl Rove republican answer, nor is it the Tea Party answer.
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I should give you a lesson on the difference between the tea party and the establishment republican party, but I doubt it would do any good.
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The Tea Party is being infilitrated by the CCA (Christian Coalition of America) anyhow, and no longer is a fiscal conservative movement with social conservative leanings. It is a social conservative movement, who knows how they feel fiscally once they get into office... look at the freshmen senators that are "tea party" now? They've fallen in line, rank and file, votes with establishment.
Diogenes

Savannah, GA

#17 Sep 25, 2011
the Dude wrote:
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Eric Cantor is Jewish, so he doesn't care what Jesus thinks. Jesus is not a prophet or the son of God or God in his eyes.
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But that is all besides the point.
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I saw that, and there was maybe two in the audience that shouted that. I think you're exaggerating a little.
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You don't even have the question right, the question was a 30 year old man decides not to get insurance, and suddenly falls into a comma, what should we do? Ron Paul didn't even give a hard line libertarian answer, which isn't the establishment Karl Rove republican answer, nor is it the Tea Party answer.
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I should give you a lesson on the difference between the tea party and the establishment republican party, but I doubt it would do any good.
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The Tea Party is being infilitrated by the CCA (Christian Coalition of America) anyhow, and no longer is a fiscal conservative movement with social conservative leanings. It is a social conservative movement, who knows how they feel fiscally once they get into office... look at the freshmen senators that are "tea party" now? They've fallen in line, rank and file, votes with establishment.
I see Republican Tea Party freshmen acting like Ayn Rand idiots, and followers of Grover Norquist, and I see Speaker John Boehner having a lot ot trouble getting them in line with the establishment Republicans. One of the freshmen Tea Party Republicans got chewed out by Boehner and went into the House Chapel and prayed for Boehner. I am aware that Eric Cantor is Jewish. Cantor is a devotee of Ayn Rand, who was also born Jewish to a non-practicing Jewish family.
I am also aware that the Tea party has been taken over by radical Republicans and no longer resembles the group it once was. I am concerned about the new radical Tea party, not the old Tea Party.
Diogenes

Savannah, GA

#18 Sep 25, 2011
The establishment Republican Party was fine with using the Tea Party and the Christian Coalition to get votes and win elections. I think the establishment Republican Party thought they could consolidate them into the Republican Party and control them. Events have shown that they are out of control, and I doubt the Republican Party will ever be able to control these wild-eyed radicals.

German industrialists and German priests and protestant ministers also backed Adolf Hitler in his early years and thought they could control him, which proved not to be the case.
Diogenes

Savannah, GA

#19 Sep 25, 2011
Search; "Dominionism"
Search; "Dominion Theology"
Search; " New Apostolic Reformation"
C. Peter Wagner
Search; International Coalition of Apostles
"Seven Mountains Mandate
Spiritual Warfare
These people believe they not only have a Biblical right, but also a duty to take over the U.S. Government by any means necessary, and to reform it to their beliefs.
Many of these people are also Republican Tea Party Members.
Nothing is more dangerous than a religious fanatic.
Diogenes

Savannah, GA

#20 Sep 25, 2011
I am not saying that Rick Perry, Michelle Bachmann, and Sarah Palin actually are Dominonists, but look at their connections to the movement.
Search each name and then, "Dominion Theology."
Palin's connections go back many years.
Dominionists believe the end of the world is right around the corner and they must work really hard to take over the Government as soon as possible, so the Domionionists will be in control when Jesus comes. Why they think Jesus needs their help is beyond me...
History shows that when Religion and politics are mixed, terrible things happen to ordinary citizens.

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