Truth is Avalible - Tea Party has it!

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http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/10/02/sara...

Both political parties are rallying against the Tea Party because
they don't want the "CITIZENS" to know the "TRUTH". If you want to know what's really going on in congress -belly up- to the
=*= New 3rd Party =*=
Yes the ~old system!~ is about to get a good spanking from elected representatives from the Tea Party - The "TRUTH" is coming out!
Tea Party politicians represent the true meaning of:
Of the people, by the people, for the people
Gettysburg Address is a speech by former U.S. President Abraham Lincoln, delivered on the afternoon of Thursday, November 19, 1863

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soon you'll see 'i'm right!

PS: Topix are you doing this to me on purpose?
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The President and his followers often blame the Tea Party for anything that goes wrog After all, they can't blame Bush anymore. It's because they are afraid of the Tea Party because its made up of average Americans who just want the truth told and for members of Congress to follow the people, not the other way around. Once they get to DC they forget who put them there.

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Both traditional parties are scared to death the people are going to take back control of the nation.

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quilterqueen wrote:
The President and his followers often blame the Tea Party for anything that goes wrog After all, they can't blame Bush anymore. It's because they are afraid of the Tea Party because its made up of average Americans who just want the truth told and for members of Congress to follow the people, not the other way around. Once they get to DC they forget who put them there.
Seems to me they still blame Bush every chance they get.
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Ya can't blame the dummy for what the ventriloquist says.

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Good point justy, who's the ventriloquist?
You tell me who you thin is and 'i'll tell you
who 'i' think is...

http://www.topix.com/forum/city/rootstown-oh
just getting started, hun?

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Pfft. Are u kidding me?? We do need a third party but it ain't those Looney hateful teabaggers..
The only thing they were good for was dividing the republican party making it easier for Obama to get reelected. So u can blame Obama's second term on the tea party.

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Sorry you see it that way Lylah.
Let's hear your 'better' idea.

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Lylah wrote:
So u can blame Obama's second term on the tea party.
Or a clueless majority.

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In ur opinion though, apparently its not the opnion of the majority huh. ;) Just because someone doesn't agree with u doesn't make them clueless. Everyone has a different life experience and a unique perspective.
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Lylah wrote:
Pfft. Are u kidding me?? We do need a third party but it ain't those Looney hateful teabaggers..
The only thing they were good for was dividing the republican party making it easier for Obama to get reelected. So u can blame Obama's second term on the tea party.
They were a big factor! One of the dumbest moves the GOP every made was letting them into their party.

I don't see the tea baggers as a viable third party. I understand why people would think a 3rd party is necessary, so that two parties aren't two sides of the same coin. But, a third party would also mean that it only takes 34% of the vote to win, rather than 50.1%.

The tea party WAS the militant wing of the GOP after Obama's election and, of course, in '10. But, now the various teaparties have so fractured the GOP that there is no more love there. I really doubt the baggerz can stand alone. Republicans clearly want those seat for their own candidates in '14.

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Lylah wrote:
In ur opinion though, apparently its not the opnion of the majority huh. ;) Just because someone doesn't agree with u doesn't make them clueless. Everyone has a different life experience and a unique perspective.
Correct. Just my opinion. I guess I shouldn't be shocked anymore that the majority would support a man that forces them to hand over their money to insurance corporations, even after he lied during his campaign and said that he wouldn't.

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No ur not forced to u can opt out for a measly 95 bucks payable to the u.s. not an insurance company...and if u already have insurance it doesn't efffect u anyway. Might even make ur insurance cheaper.

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Lylah wrote:
and if u already have insurance it doesn't efffect u anyway.
I would beg to differ, my friend who had his insurance go up by over 30% would beg to differ, my doctor would beg to differ, and these folks who saw their insurance go up by 1,800 for an individual plan and 10,000 for a family of four would beg to differ:

http://www.mercurynews.com/nation-world/ci_24...

I'm sure the guy whose plan went up by 10,000 sleeps nice and sound at night, knowing he's buying insurance for some societal mooch.

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I guess so os fan. I'm glad healthcare and going to the Dr is no longer going to be a luxury only some can afford.

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Lylah wrote:
No ur not forced to u can opt out for a measly 95 bucks payable to the u.s. not an insurance company...and if u already have insurance it doesn't efffect u anyway. Might even make ur insurance cheaper.
Kind of sounds like extortion - pay the government to opt out. LoL.

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Os Fan wrote:
<quoted text>He doesn't want insurance. He wants the tax payers to carry him when he goes to the Dr or the Hospital. It's the only thing I can think of for him to be such a stupid stickler about nothing.
So, it only bothers you that Bush "lied"? You seem to have no problem with Obama lying to you.

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Why should people join Obamacare or pay a penality?
I say do neither:
You'll still continue to get medical care!
Argue that for a while!

That's mostly for Obama voters which are either on welfare or aliens.
ROTFLMAO

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PS: 0Oops!'i' forget dumbasses!

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