Pa.'s 'Tea Party' finding strength in...

Pa.'s 'Tea Party' finding strength in independence

There are 148 comments on the O-R Online story from Mar 13, 2010, titled Pa.'s 'Tea Party' finding strength in independence. In it, O-R Online reports that:

Some day it might be remembered as the Tea Party primary. The newly forming activist groups that identify heartily with calls for cutting taxes, deficits, red tape and government programs are organizing demonstrations, holding candidate forums and getting a boost from private conservative institutions in Pennsylvania.

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Libby

Frederick, MD

#142 Apr 6, 2010
American wrote:
PA Tea Party is growing.. I have NEVER gotten involved in much political.. I'm too busy.. but not for this. Its time to fight Socialism and the idiots we have taking this country to the dumpster. FIGHT IT
I hope you don't drive on public roads to get to your "tea saggier" protests. I hope you didn't reproduce, and if you did, please tell me you didn't send your children to public school. I hope you never used a public park, a public museum, and goodness me, you will not use medicare, right?
All the things mentioned are socialist programs, moron.
Libby

Frederick, MD

#143 Apr 6, 2010
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It's sad that your so out of touch with what is happening right under your nose. The Republican Party is pulling the strings of the entire teabagger movement
Agreed. Keeping the people stupid and angry. Makes it very easy for manipulation.
Publius Novus

Pasadena, MD

#144 Apr 8, 2010
Yes, Pennsylvania's TEA Party. Our beautiful commonwealth has become overrun with pro-gun, anti-Obama, pseudo-Christian morons who can't think for themselves and who believe anything that they hear on talk radio. It's so sad to me. America used to begin here, but now it seems that the new slogan should be "Hate and bad manners begin here.” Especially in Lebanon County.
Honestly

York, PA

#145 Apr 8, 2010
Publius Novus wrote:
Yes, Pennsylvania's TEA Party. Our beautiful commonwealth has become overrun with pro-gun, anti-Obama, pseudo-Christian morons who can't think for themselves and who believe anything that they hear on talk radio. It's so sad to me. America used to begin here, but now it seems that the new slogan should be "Hate and bad manners begin here.” Especially in Lebanon County.
In my opinion, you are right about this. How can it end? Badly, I fear.
shawn

Shermans Dale, PA

#146 Apr 8, 2010
AmeriWoman wrote:
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The government should NEVER have gotten involved in education, period.
Go research WHO builds and works on America's highways and roads.... lmao. Your in for a big new lightbulb pal. Oh and see if you can google if up to '68 we allowed prisons and jails <rolls my eyes> COME ON, YOU LIBERALS SUCK AT THIS!!! Another skippy scatch rewording posts, WHAT a surprise....
YOU ARE A TRUE MORON! TO THE REST OF YOU.....NEVER UNDERESTIMATE THE POwER OF STUPID PEOPLE IN LARGE GROUPS!
shawn

Shermans Dale, PA

#147 Apr 8, 2010
Libby wrote:
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I hope you don't drive on public roads to get to your "tea saggier" protests. I hope you didn't reproduce, and if you did, please tell me you didn't send your children to public school. I hope you never used a public park, a public museum, and goodness me, you will not use medicare, right?
All the things mentioned are socialist programs, moron.
They don't expect to recieve their mail 6 days a week either.
Toilet freckles

Westminster, MD

#148 Apr 13, 2010
The Tea Party is thinking above what a Liberal understands... For one its about self initiation, self reliance which dolts like Obama want no part of.
The Tea Party is getting huge, and that scares liberals thus the attacks onto it. Dont back off Tea Party members..They know the Tea Party can beat Obama, lets get to work.
Karmazoic

Cranford, NJ

#149 Apr 13, 2010
Toilet freckles wrote:
The Tea Party is thinking above what a Liberal understands... For one its about self initiation, self reliance which dolts like Obama want no part of.
The Tea Party is getting huge, and that scares liberals thus the attacks onto it. Dont back off Tea Party members..They know the Tea Party can beat Obama, lets get to work.
Yeah, they're huge alright...350 people showed up in the square of York last weekend for the teabagger rally. 350 in a county of 450,000 with 300,000 registered voters and 150,000 registered republicans. 350. I'm freaken shakin in my boots...anyone else??

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