Many nuts in the Tea Party

There are 97 comments on the The Paradise Post story from Oct 15, 2010, titled Many nuts in the Tea Party. In it, The Paradise Post reports that:

THE TEA PARTY crazies keep on coming. The latest is Republican candidate for Congress Rich Iott who likes "to dress up as a Nazi officer and run around with weirdoes in the woods on weekends," according to The Atlantic magazine.

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Jay Castor

Redmond, WA

#86 Oct 20, 2010
californio wrote:
<quoted text> That was 50 years ago. Today the Democrats only like Catholic who deny a majority of the tenets of their faith and who spend a majority of their time on their knees apologizing for being Catholic
I believe the Kennedys are still good Catholics. Probably better than most. They just don't think Catholics should run everything. After all, you know what happens when that occurs, don't you? You get Protestant blowback. Like the Know Nothings. Actually, cali, I looked them up today in my encyclopedia, so as to be better informed on this topic. Just as you ordered me to (And I'm glad you did). What the KNs really were was an anti-immigrant organization. The encyclopedia uses the term "nativist." Sound familiar? Back then, it was the Irish, and other European groups, who just happened to be dominantly Catholic. It was around the 1850s, and the movement more-or-less died out with the beginning of the Civil War. They never actually took an official stand on slavery. But those who lived in the South were mainly for it; those in the North mainly against. Maybe Dode Penrod will remember some actual events from back then; I don't know.
Jay Castor

Redmond, WA

#87 Oct 20, 2010
californio wrote:
Fact is the Democrats have been using the same rhetoric against the Tea Party they used against Reagan in 1980 and the Republicans in 1994. And just like the previous times its not going to work.
The Democrats keep doing the same thing over and over again and failing. And what do you call it when some body keeps doing the same thing and failing, but hopes for a different result?
Another Bush Administration?
Jay Castor

Redmond, WA

#88 Oct 20, 2010
scout wrote:
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yes, and the same with the repubs, as BOTH are Marxist in foundation, Orwellian Marxist in deceptive orientation. Both Orwell AND Huxley hit solid upon modern Marxism. Orwell pointed out on like page 50, or so, 1984, that he was talking about 'english Marxism.'
Not rocket science, but the Marxist really back doored everyone, everyone BUT Hitler. Hitler fully understood the Marxist infection. Dang, I should've read mein kamph decades ago. Better late than never.
Let's see that Hitlerian salute, Nazi.
Jay Castor

Redmond, WA

#89 Oct 20, 2010
A Nnoyed wrote:
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they chip away at freedom one clause buried on page 13,267 of a bill at a time.
patience, socialism will come in small increments so people don't see the evil of liberalism until it has infested all aspects of society.
Centuries of conservative practices created the greatest civilisation known to mankind. Liberalism has brought it to it's knees in a matter of decades.
You and Brian should live together. Maybe you do.
Jay Castor

Redmond, WA

#90 Oct 20, 2010
Cody wrote:
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you want me to draw sesame street pictures for you, ro add the same phsyco babble you try to use?
Better than Tyler, Texas- and Perry-babble, for sure. Sesame Street is even syndicated.
Jay Castor

Redmond, WA

#91 Oct 20, 2010
Observer wrote:
Mr. Jamison, You are pathetic. So predictable it hurts. You are part of an ever dwindling population who still believe the last election was a mandate for liberal policy. It was not. Please, continue to contribute to the discourse, it motivates the correct thinking voters to vote against your candidates, and against the trainwreck that is this state's government.
If it wasn't a mandate for progressive change, what was it? What do you think those young people who were campaigning for Obama really wanted? More business as usual?
Jay Castor

Redmond, WA

#93 Oct 20, 2010
Vance1 wrote:
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so you voted obama hey......exactly what I thought
Thanks for being honest
Honesty. A concept you right-wingers can't even understand. Please give your best to your wives-----AND your mistresses!
Jay Castor

Redmond, WA

#94 Oct 20, 2010
BUSTAJIG wrote:
Many nuts in the Tea Party
And the democratic party is one with no balls at all.
I had a heated discussion with a faggie libbie recently in a bar. When I suggested that our argument be taken outside, he asked me if I would run. "No, I will not run" I replied. He then said "If you don't run, then how do you expect to catch me?"
He was trying to defuse the situation because he knew he had upset you. Funny how you right-wingers think resorting to fisticuffs actually settles an issue. Maybe that's why we're now mired in the Middle East. Arabs fight back.
Jay Castor

Redmond, WA

#96 Oct 20, 2010
BUSTAJIG wrote:
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The clueless youths thought it would be cool to elect the first kneeger. Most of them have seen what a mistake they made. They have witnessed first hand what an incompetent failure odumdum has been.
"Kneeger?" So now we see what anti-Obamaism is really all about: Racism! By the way Bustajig, if you're so brave, why don't you use your name, like I, and several others on Topix, do? I would never go into a bar and engage myself in a discussion with a racist like you, about politics. But if I did, I wouldn't run. I'm overweight just like you! I live out here in California. Right don't you drop on by, with that shitty attitude of yours, and see what happens?

Since: Feb 09

Location hidden

#97 Oct 20, 2010
Jay Castor wrote:
<quoted text>Another Bush Administration?
Most real conservatives never really cared all that much for the Bush family. It was just the lesser of two evils.
I have always stated the Republicans deserved the stomping they got in 2006 and 2008 because they forgot what they where supposed to stand for , which is for a small fiscally responsible government that stays out of peoples lives.
Insead under Bush and co the Republicans where expanding government and spending money like drunken sailors in Bangkok. Except it was our money they where spending. Under Bush the Republican party became the Democratic Light party.
touch of gray

Milford, CT

#98 Oct 20, 2010
Jay Castor wrote:
<quoted text>"Kneeger?" So now we see what anti-Obamaism is really all about: Racism! By the way Bustajig, if you're so brave, why don't you use your name, like I, and several others on Topix, do? I would never go into a bar and engage myself in a discussion with a racist like you, about politics. But if I did, I wouldn't run. I'm overweight just like you! I live out here in California. Right don't you drop on by, with that shitty attitude of yours, and see what happens?
Time for you to take a little dose of that oil you were named after.

“St Louis Most Dangerous City”

Since: Nov 07

St. Louis

#99 Oct 20, 2010
Dode Penrod wrote:
It's amazing how people like CCJ Major and californio know so much about Democrats and their intent to bring Communism, Sharia Law, and all kinds of foreign rule to America. But they never explain just how the Democrats are going to accomplish that. Will they put something in our drinking water that will make us all Orwellian? Or will the nutty Tea Baggers shoot all the Democrats with pea shooters?
Do you people realize how goofy you have become?
You liberals need to read more history books with actual facts in them not the public school version of history. The Progressive movement or modern day liberal democrat party began with Teddy Roosevelt and was adopted sincerely by Woodrow Wilson. Those guys were all about eugenics and a whole host of other nasty authoritarian ideas but they realized they couldn't just start implementing these kinds of things overnight. They knew it was going to take a long time and low-and-behold 100 years later these guys would be proud of the way democrats have been keeping the fire lit. We have had complete distortion of the Constitution with so-called "privacy" and "church & state" laws. These two very important ideals have given rise to legal abortion(eugenics) and the seperation of church and state both of which do not exist in the Constitution. No where does it say we have a right to privacy, although the 4th Amendment really takes care of that, the liberals have basterdized this Amendment to fit their agenda claiming the Founders aren't living in our modern world and that they could not forsee the differences from our advancements. The 1st Amendment says the government shall not establish a National Religion the main reason people were leaving England. Henry VIII created the Church of England so he could get divorced if you didn't know. Anyway this whole idea of seperation of "church and State" does not exist in the Constitution because the liberals want to get God out of our society and this is an early step towards that goal.

Liberalism is a nefarious ideal constructed to give people a better opinion of themselves. They are more enlightened more open minded able to see and feel people's pain. When you get right down to the nitty-gritty they have this thinking that for some reason the government can do a better job fixing the moral ills of society while they sit back and pat themselves on the back telling each other how empathetic they are toward the downtrodden. The problem with this enlightened thinking is that the government is a beauacratic nightmare devised to steal people's hard earned money. The more paper pushing that is involved the easier it is to divert funds into their pockets or bank accounts. They don't give one hoot about the downtrodden, and the further away they can be from it, the further, they will stay.

The only people that should care about you, is you, don't get caught up in how some governmental politician or program is going to do this, or do that, the bottm-line is that they are doing what they are doing to get more money for their beach condo or their new boat.
Dode Penrod

AOL

#100 Oct 20, 2010
Jay Castor wrote: "It was around the 1850s, and the movement more-or-less died out with the beginning of the Civil War. They never actually took an official stand on slavery. But those who lived in the South were mainly for it; those in the North mainly against. Maybe Dode Penrod will remember some actual events from back then; I don't know."

Your mother would also remember that time in history, since she and I were about the same age. Biggest difference between us is that I chose not to foist onto the world a snotty little kid who gets his jollies by endlessly insulting people.
Jay Castor

Redmond, WA

#101 Oct 21, 2010
californio wrote:
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Most real conservatives never really cared all that much for the Bush family. It was just the lesser of two evils.
I have always stated the Republicans deserved the stomping they got in 2006 and 2008 because they forgot what they where supposed to stand for , which is for a small fiscally responsible government that stays out of peoples lives.
Insead under Bush and co the Republicans where expanding government and spending money like drunken sailors in Bangkok. Except it was our money they where spending. Under Bush the Republican party became the Democratic Light party.
According to Ralph Nader, it's the other way around: Bush vs. Bush Light. Of course he was speaking of corporate favoritism by the two main political parties of the good ol' USA.
Jay Castor

Redmond, WA

#102 Oct 21, 2010
Dode Penrod wrote:
Jay Castor wrote: "It was around the 1850s, and the movement more-or-less died out with the beginning of the Civil War. They never actually took an official stand on slavery. But those who lived in the South were mainly for it; those in the North mainly against. Maybe Dode Penrod will remember some actual events from back then; I don't know."
Your mother would also remember that time in history, since she and I were about the same age. Biggest difference between us is that I chose not to foist onto the world a snotty little kid who gets his jollies by endlessly insulting people.
Well, that's not nice, Dode! Fact is, she told me I was her favorite. C'mon, Dode, can't you take an obvious jest? Plus I notice you're kind of a potty-mouth, yourself. Okay, Dode. I didn't mean to hurt your feelings. I was just trying to see if you were paying attention. I'm sorry. Feel better now?
Jay Castor

Redmond, WA

#103 Oct 21, 2010
At least I don't go around starting wars! Just arguments. And in a free society, isn't that a good thing? Remember the saying about 'sticks and stones.'

Since: Feb 09

Location hidden

#104 Oct 21, 2010
Jay Castor wrote:
<quoted text>According to Ralph Nader, it's the other way around: Bush vs. Bush Light. Of course he was speaking of corporate favoritism by the two main political parties of the good ol' USA.
Well, there is often not alot of difference between so called "Moderates" except rhetoric. Both Barney Frank Senator Dodd and the Bush family agreed on the bailouts for Wall street for example.
But there an old saying about politicians, Dont watch what they say, watch what they do. Might surprise some people if they ever start doing that.

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