'Tea Party' Movement to Star at Conservative Conference

The populist "tea party" movement, which many Republicans believe will give them the momentum they need to take control of the House and Senate in 2010, will play a central role at the Conservative Political Action Conference that kicks off in Washington, D.C., Thursday. Full Story
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Rising Stars

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#1 Feb 16, 2010
Representative Michelle Bachmann and Steve King......two who "get it."
take this one up

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#2 Feb 16, 2010
take this one back up
Slick Willy

United States

#3 Feb 18, 2010
Google: Bill Clinton Plotting Assault on Tea Party Movement?
See Span

United States

#4 Feb 18, 2010
Watch it on C-Span!

Since: Dec 08

Western Chicago suburbs

#5 Feb 18, 2010
That's right. Vote Republican. That will fix everything. More budget deficits, more jobs disappearing to China and India, more Mexicans imported to do the jobs they couldn't export. One definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting a different result. By that definition, the TPers are insane.
Mr P

White Mills, PA

#6 Feb 18, 2010
Zagg wrote:
That's right. Vote Republican. That will fix everything. More budget deficits, more jobs disappearing to China and India, more Mexicans imported to do the jobs they couldn't export. One definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting a different result. By that definition, the TPers are insane.
Most of our current congressmen are no good. Both sides. I want to see a new congress elected that will cut spending in order to reduce our debt. The biggest deficits right now are due to the Obama admin.
Thomas

Vernon Hills, IL

#7 Feb 18, 2010
And I voted democratic in 2008 and what did it get me.

A lying president
an administration that sets new lows
A super majority congress that did nothing
Rising unemployment
Rising deficit
I was happy to see green jobs created til I found out that they went oversea's.
I saw democrat's becoming the lowest common denominator, insulting themselves, their party, people wanting true change and not the fake change that we were told, accepting prejudice, et al.

The list is long when it comes to democratic disappointments.
Even Evan Bayh understands its the democrats that have been the problem, things are not getting done.

We can fix this as a nation, start with term limits for congress, force bipartisanship, get the best ideas regardless of party working for america.

No longer accept as democrats finger pointing of who did it, instead lead by fixing the problem. Americans are smart, they know who caused what. It is usually both parties.
Zagg wrote:
That's right. Vote Republican. That will fix everything. More budget deficits, more jobs disappearing to China and India, more Mexicans imported to do the jobs they couldn't export. One definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting a different result. By that definition, the TPers are insane.
kathleen

Seattle, WA

#8 Feb 18, 2010
To set the record straight the TEA PARTY isn't republican or democratic. People make assumptions, what ever happened to finding out first before you say something.
Stupid People

Los Angeles, CA

#9 Feb 18, 2010
Tea Party movement needs a good old fashioned Tea Bagging.
Mr P

White Mills, PA

#10 Feb 18, 2010
kathleen wrote:
To set the record straight the TEA PARTY isn't republican or democratic. People make assumptions, what ever happened to finding out first before you say something.
Fact checking doesn't apply to liberals. They make accusations and expect everyone to beleive them. If you don't believe them then you are a moron, idiot, redneck, uneducated, etc.

Since: Dec 08

Western Chicago suburbs

#11 Feb 18, 2010
And this is going to happen how?
Mr P wrote:
<quoted text>
Most of our current congressmen are no good. Both sides. I want to see a new congress elected that will cut spending in order to reduce our debt. The biggest deficits right now are due to the Obama admin.

Since: Dec 08

Western Chicago suburbs

#12 Feb 18, 2010
So you'll vote Republican in 2012, and if they win, you'll get:
A lying president
an administration that sets new lows
A super majority congress that did nothing
Rising unemployment
Rising deficit
Thomas wrote:
And I voted democratic in 2008 and what did it get me.
A lying president
an administration that sets new lows
A super majority congress that did nothing
Rising unemployment
Rising deficit
I was happy to see green jobs created til I found out that they went oversea's.
I saw democrat's becoming the lowest common denominator, insulting themselves, their party, people wanting true change and not the fake change that we were told, accepting prejudice, et al.
The list is long when it comes to democratic disappointments.
Even Evan Bayh understands its the democrats that have been the problem, things are not getting done.
We can fix this as a nation, start with term limits for congress, force bipartisanship, get the best ideas regardless of party working for america.
No longer accept as democrats finger pointing of who did it, instead lead by fixing the problem. Americans are smart, they know who caused what. It is usually both parties.
<quoted text>
Mr P

White Mills, PA

#13 Feb 18, 2010
Stupid People wrote:
Tea Party movement needs a good old fashioned Tea Bagging.

A comment I would expect from a Californian with a name "stupid people" Although you used people as a plural. Are you more than 1 person? Your name should read "stupid person"

Tell us, how is your stateís budget doing? Out of that crisis yet? That is the problem with liberal states. You spend and spend like a teenage girl in a mall with her dadís credit card.
Excellent

United States

#14 Feb 18, 2010
We've been watching C-Span all day in my business. Highlight of our day was Sen Scott Brown and Gov Mitt Romney, as well as Dick Chaney ahd daughter!
LMAO

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#15 Feb 18, 2010
Stupid People wrote:
Tea Party movement needs a good old fashioned Tea Bagging.
Oh look Janine Garafalo and her potty mouth!
kathleen

Seattle, WA

#16 Feb 18, 2010
Incumbant and career politicians are the problem. We need to abolish LOBBYISTS. To much money spent on getting elected.

Since: May 08

Pompano Beach, FL

#17 Feb 18, 2010
Excellent wrote:
We've been watching C-Span all day in my business. Highlight of our day was Sen Scott Brown and Gov Mitt Romney, as well as Dick Chaney ahd daughter!
Must be a thriving business!! Actually, sounds like you could use some stimulus money.
Mr P

White Mills, PA

#18 Feb 18, 2010
kathleen wrote:
Incumbant and career politicians are the problem. We need to abolish LOBBYISTS. To much money spent on getting elected.
Term limits would be great! I say 3 terms for house and 2 terms for senate. That would solve many problems

Since: Dec 08

Western Chicago suburbs

#19 Feb 18, 2010
Which would mean that they would only steal faster before the next lot of boodlers came in. It's the system, not the individuals. You can tinker with it until you're blue in the face (term limits, campaign finance, whatever), but without systemic change, nothing significant changes.
Mr P wrote:
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Term limits would be great! I say 3 terms for house and 2 terms for senate. That would solve many problems
Mr P

White Mills, PA

#20 Feb 18, 2010
Zagg wrote:
Which would mean that they would only steal faster before the next lot of boodlers came in. It's the system, not the individuals. You can tinker with it until you're blue in the face (term limits, campaign finance, whatever), but without systemic change, nothing significant changes.
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You're probably right, but how would we acheive this change? Every time we vote for the new guy, he ends up being as corrupt as the last.

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