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Were local tea partiers duped into supporting anti-abortion billboard?

There are 214 comments on the Alamogordo Daily News story from May 20, 2011, titled Were local tea partiers duped into supporting anti-abortion billboard?. In it, Alamogordo Daily News reports that:

Shame on Graig A. Fultz, who accuses his wife of murder in his pro-life billboard.

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Ayreshire

Alamogordo, NM

#201 May 23, 2011
shovelhead72 wrote:
<quoted text>Er, I said that the article found UNDER the forum heading was a good place to start. Sorry for the difficulty you're having. Keep trying though...you may get some information, or you may just get a headache. Not my call.
By the way, the question posed in the forum heading is not about the Tea Party in general, but those affiliated with it in this particular locality. They are in the article, complaining about a lack of disclosure on the part of the principal actor in this farce,
and a few of them have even proclaimed it on this very thread!!
Reading comprehension is elusive, but attainable, grasshopper. First, one must read.......
You don't know when to give up do you? Conspiracies, Propaganda, Lies and assumptions as you liberals go your merry way. Do us all a favor and copy and then paste it in here because the male enhancement theory and Big blue bold hand writing on the wall will give us all a headache trying to figure you out.
Ayreshire

Alamogordo, NM

#202 May 23, 2011
shovelhead72 wrote:
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http://www.google.com/search...
There's a picture in this one as well, for those who find comprehension of the written word too difficult.
Very interesting clueless as this leads me to Google search engine. Now am I suppose too go down the listing and find something real special?
Ayreshire

Alamogordo, NM

#203 May 23, 2011
shovelhead72 wrote:
<quoted text>Er, I said that the article found UNDER the forum heading was a good place to start. Sorry for the difficulty you're having. Keep trying though...you may get some information, or you may just get a headache. Not my call.
By the way, the question posed in the forum heading is not about the Tea Party in general, but those affiliated with it in this particular locality. They are in the article, complaining about a lack of disclosure on the part of the principal actor in this farce,
and a few of them have even proclaimed it on this very thread!!
Reading comprehension is elusive, but attainable, grasshopper. First, one must read.......
Never mind I found it!! It states "This sign is sponsored by the Tea Party and Christ Community Church. Now do your duty as a good little liberal and pass the word around. If the Conservatives don't believe it, tell them to check behind the male enhancement advertisement." Wow, I did not know that?? Thanks for sharing! We would have never found out the real truth if it hadn't been for your remarkable observation.
Ayreshire

Alamogordo, NM

#204 May 23, 2011
Where's Morris at when you need him most? He did pretty well in another forum dealing with this sign issue. He'd tell everyone what they needed to do and they'd tell him to mind his own business.
Ayreshire

Alamogordo, NM

#205 May 23, 2011
Mike wrote:
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AMAZING!
You know if you look at bacteria or even any sigle celled organism through a microscope you will find that they too fight for survival when subjected to an irritant or other unplesant stimuli. It is one of the characteristics of living organisms!
That doesn't exactly make a bacteria a cute, helpless, poor little "baby" does it?
Right On Mikey! Once you've examined this bacterium, take it out of the test tube and immediately wrap it up in a warm blanket because you don't want it to get its tiny little feet cold. Then take it home and show the family what you have. Once they congratulate you, warm up some milk and put it in a bottle. Not too hot as it might burn the little organism's microscopic tongue and choose what baby food to get. It can't be too spicy because organisms just aren't ready for that at such a young age. As it grows older, keep its microscopic little mind occupied with playful thoughts. I suggest home schooling because other kids won't be able to see it. Pretty soon they will be able to go out on their own without child supervision. Good luck in all you endeavors and remember, always ware a raincoat.

“searching myself”

Since: Sep 09

In Charming CA

#206 May 23, 2011
Ayreshire wrote:
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Never mind I found it!! It states "This sign is sponsored by the Tea Party and Christ Community Church. Now do your duty as a good little liberal and pass the word around. If the Conservatives don't believe it, tell them to check behind the male enhancement advertisement." Wow, I did not know that?? Thanks for sharing! We would have never found out the real truth if it hadn't been for your remarkable observation.
You got me. I'll try again, since I don't know when to quit.

http://hillbillyreport.org/diary/2007/rand-pa...

http://www.texasobserver.org/floor-play/gop-a...

and finally
http://www.tulsateaparty.org/Events.html

Please pay special attention to the "All Participants Please Read" section in the third site, in which the organizers felt the pressing need to corral 'inappropriate' behavior at a Tea-Party event.
lowglow

Warrensburg, MO

#207 May 23, 2011
I think your doing a disservice to any advocacy group that supported any cause by your misrepresentations of the Tea Party movement.

Yes, like any other group, they have their other than honorable folks, but so does Code Pink, Move-on , not to mention the Union protesters across the country that have sent thousands of death threats and vandalism.

Now you can say the leadership of the Tea Party supports this and supports that, but you would be very wrong, because the Tea Party has no leadership and anyone that claims they are, are lying.

As far as the Tea Party's position on abortion ?, they have no position, why ?, because almost half of the Tea Party movement supports the right to an Abortion and if the Tea Party ever took up a position to go against abortion, they would loose half their members right off the bat.

Now if you want to know what their position is, go to their website and read their Mission statement, it clearly states they are pro-capitalist ( not pro-Corporate ) pro Government fiscal responsibility, and anti-Government debt, and anti-government intrusion, thats it period.
shoveled wrote:
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You got me. I'll try again, since I don't know when to quit.
http://hillbillyreport.org/diary/2007/rand-pa...
http://www.texasobserver.org/floor-play/gop-a...
and finally
http://www.tulsateaparty.org/Events.html
Please pay special attention to the "All Participants Please Read" section in the third site, in which the organizers felt the pressing need to corral 'inappropriate' behavior at a Tea-Party event.
Ayreshire

Alamogordo, NM

#208 May 23, 2011
shovelhead72 wrote:
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You got me. I'll try again, since I don't know when to quit.
http://hillbillyreport.org/diary/2007/rand-pa...
http://www.texasobserver.org/floor-play/gop-a...
and finally
http://www.tulsateaparty.org/Events.html
Please pay special attention to the "All Participants Please Read" section in the third site, in which the organizers felt the pressing need to corral 'inappropriate' behavior at a Tea-Party event.
Nice try! Now go get some more propaganda and try to make it more relevant to the discussion at hand!

“searching myself”

Since: Sep 09

In Charming CA

#209 May 23, 2011
lowglow wrote:
I think your doing a disservice to any advocacy group that supported any cause by your misrepresentations of the Tea Party movement.
Yes, like any other group, they have their other than honorable folks, but so does Code Pink, Move-on , not to mention the Union protesters across the country that have sent thousands of death threats and vandalism.
Now you can say the leadership of the Tea Party supports this and supports that, but you would be very wrong, because the Tea Party has no leadership and anyone that claims they are, are lying.
As far as the Tea Party's position on abortion ?, they have no position, why ?, because almost half of the Tea Party movement supports the right to an Abortion and if the Tea Party ever took up a position to go against abortion, they would loose half their members right off the bat.
Now if you want to know what their position is, go to their website and read their Mission statement, it clearly states they are pro-capitalist ( not pro-Corporate ) pro Government fiscal responsibility, and anti-Government debt, and anti-government intrusion, thats it period.
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Thanks for sharing.
WARRIOR

Washington, DC

#210 May 25, 2011
Mike wrote:
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Kinda like anything tea-Partiers can think of to gripe about concerning their country must be OBAMA'S fault huh?
No. People would just like to see him take a little responsibility for the past two years. That's all!
againstmoretax

United States

#211 May 27, 2011
Isnt this local group against tax increases? Ive never seen nor heard of them attending any city or county meetings to oppose tax increases. Hmmm
Mike

Alamogordo, NM

#212 May 28, 2011
lowglow wrote:
the Tea Party has no leadership and anyone that claims they are, are lying.
As far as the Tea Party's position on abortion ?, they have no position, why ?, because almost half of the Tea Party movement supports the right to an Abortion and if the Tea Party ever took up a position to go against abortion, they would loose half their members right off the bat.
Now if you want to know what their position is, go to their website and read their Mission statement, it clearly states they are pro-capitalist ( not pro-Corporate ) pro Government fiscal responsibility, and anti-Government debt, and anti-government intrusion, thats it period.
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In other words just watered down Libertarians.

This "Tea-Party" movement and philosophy could very well propel Barack Obama into a second term. Their existence is a win-win situation for Democrats.

If the GOP winds up nominating a candidate with a radical Tea-Party platform they will loose their moderate Republican base......meaning more votes for Obama.

If the GOP nominates a moderate conservative like Newt Gingrich the tea-partiers will go ballistic and probably run their own third party candidate which will split the vote meaning.....more votes for Obama!

Look what just happened in New York last week. That was a perfect sample of what is probably coming up in 2012. Here's Rush whining about it last Wednesday.....

"The Medicare thing was not even really on the ballot. What you have to understand about this election in New York, it was a Perot election in the sense -- and if you don't know what we're talking about, probably would serve me well here to inform you. A Democrat won special election for the House seat in upstate New York, Jack Kemp's old seat. What you won't hear is that the Republicans would have won by something like 52-47% if there had not been a phony Tea Party candidate who siphoned off 9% of the conservative vote. Did the same thing to Sharron Angle in Nevada. I know what you're saying, well, they did it, they succeeded, they pulled it off. Yeah, this is a district in New York, the Tea Party guy was a Democrat National Committee stooge. He has run for office three times before as a Democrat. In fact he spent all of his time in this campaign attacking the Republican candidate. He Peroted the Republican candidate. What happened here is the Republican Tea Party voters got confused. Nine percent of them got confused and bought the notion that this was a genuine Tea Party candidate running in New York."
Guess what

Albuquerque, NM

#214 Jan 13, 2014
Ayreshire wrote:
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Why? Because as usual he's making assumptions. I go to church and I'm against the sign but to assume CCC is behind it is pure speculation on his part based on something that happened years ago. Besides, it was explained to him at that time that the church did not force anyone to anything he accuses them of doing. They were simply burning material they found offensive but Morris would love everyone believe that we had another nazi Germany on our hands.
michal morris was right the church he mentioned was behind it and so can we say cheese ,michael please forgive me for doubting you ,!
Ralph

Sunbury, OH

#215 Jan 15, 2014
The way Obama is welding the pen with executive orders appears to be similar to Nazi Germany.

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