Death of Tea Party appears exaggerated, members in House appear to hold key fiscal vote

Dec 29, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Fox News

The Tea Party has had an up-and-down political ride since the movement helped Republicans take control of the House in 2010, but those elected in the midterm elections still appear to wield considerable power in the fiscal negotiations.

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You will have to ask the author, but what it does show is that you lie when you say the TEA Party is angry white males. It may have a majority like that, but as the polls show it is 28% Independents and 17% Democrats. I see you need to go after the minutia like spelling, etc., but you can't dispute the focus of the TEA Party is on taxes which annually get worse with Obama.
"but what it does show is that you lie when you say the TEA Party is angry white males".

No, it doesn't.

Even if I stated that the polls don't show it.

"I see you need to go after the minutia like spelling".

No, the blogger is saying two different things.

Is it a pair or three?

"Etc".

The polls are almost 3 years old.

Out of date.

Just like teabaggers.
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"but what it does show is that you lie when you say the TEA Party is angry white males".
No, it doesn't.
Even if I stated that the polls don't show it.
"I see you need to go after the minutia like spelling".
No, the blogger is saying two different things.
Is it a pair or three?
"Etc".
The polls are almost 3 years old.
Out of date.
Just like teabaggers.
WE ALL KNOW THAT YOU ARE A LIBERAL AND HAVE INTENSE HATRED OF ANYTHING THAT IS CONSERVATIVE, BUT HERE IS THE ARTICLE FOR YOUR READING IF YOUR HATRED WILL ALLOW YOU TO READ PLAIN ENGLISH.

Sweetie Pie, you liberals know absolutely nothing!
http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/washington/20 ...

"Now, comes a pair of polls, including Gallup, that paint a revealing detailed portrait of Tea Party supporters in most ways as pretty average Americans. A Sunday poll -- actually three national phone surveys of 1,000 registered voters -- found that 17% of all polled, or more than 500, called themselves "part of the Tea Party movement."

"It's a good sample size," David Winston, polling director of the Winston Group that did the poll for an education advocacy group, told the Ballot Box blog of The Hill newspaper.

The Tea Party adherents broke down 28% independent, 17% Democrat and only 57% Republican. Not coincidentally, this bipartisan breakdown has been the way that Tea Party favorite Sarah Palin has often described movement members as "commonsense Americans" worried and....

...angered by the over-reaching one-party control of Democrats in Washington these last 15 months, rooted initially in opposition to Obama's $787 billion government economic stimulus package.

A new Gallup Poll out this morning of 1,033 finds nothing fringe about self-proclaimed Tea Party adherents; they are slightly more likely to be employed, male and definitely more conservative. But otherwise Gallup's Lydia Saad writes, "their age, educational background, employment status, and race -- Tea Partiers are quite representative of the public at large."

While economic issues like stubbornly high unemployment rates and declining home values cause widespread worries, Winston found top issues among the self-identified Tea Party followers are jobs/the economy and the exploding federal deficit. A whopping 95% told pollsters that Washington "Democrats are taxing, spending and borrowing too much."

Fully 87% told Gallup they oppose Obama's healthcare legislation.

The Winston poll says 80% of total Tea Party supporters dislike Obama's job performance, a higher negative rate even than the 77% of Republicans who disapprove of the ex-state senator's White House work."
LET'S READ THAT AGAIN:
1. "that paint a revealing detailed portrait of Tea Party supporters in most ways as pretty average Americans." AND " nothing fringe about self-proclaimed Tea Party adherents; they are slightly more likely to be employed, male and definitely more conservative. But otherwise Gallup's Lydia Saad writes, "their age, educational background, employment status, and race -- Tea Partiers are quite representative of the public at large." MORE PROOF OF YOUR LIES: "their age, educational background, employment status, and race -- Tea Partiers are quite representative of the public at large."
2. "comes a pair of polls, including Gallup, that paint a revealing detailed portrait of Tea Party supporters in most ways as pretty average Americans. A Sunday poll -- actually three national phone surveys of 1,000 registered voters" SO, THERE IS A SUNDAY POLL MADE UP OF 3 PHONE SURVEYS. ARE YOU REALLY THAT STUPID TO NOT UNDERSTAND THAT FACT OR IS YOUR HATE GETTING IN THE WAY? BTW, THE TEA PARTIERS ARE THE SAME NOW AS IN THE PAST, BUT YOU MIGHT NOT UNDERSTAND THAT BECAUSE ARE A HATE-FILLED LIBERAL.

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WE ALL KNOW THAT YOU ARE A LIBERAL AND HAVE INTENSE HATRED OF ANYTHING THAT IS CONSERVATIVE,
We know you are az tea bag and have an intense hatred of antying that is close to being true.

Your survey is two years old, BOYTOY, the fat lady did in fact sing at the last election and putting aside the GOP lost the election, the bigger loser was the string of tea baggers.

Look for the GOP to dump the tea baggage.
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WE ALL KNOW THAT YOU ARE A LIBERAL AND HAVE INTENSE HATRED OF ANYTHING THAT IS CONSERVATIVE, BUT HERE IS THE ARTICLE FOR YOUR READING IF YOUR HATRED WILL ALLOW YOU TO READ PLAIN ENGLISH.
Sweetie Pie, you liberals know absolutely nothing!
http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/washington/20 ...
"Now, comes a pair of polls, including Gallup, that paint a revealing detailed portrait of Tea Party supporters in most ways as pretty average Americans. A Sunday poll -- actually three national phone surveys of 1,000 registered voters -- found that 17% of all polled, or more than 500, called themselves "part of the Tea Party movement."
"It's a good sample size," David Winston, polling director of the Winston Group that did the poll for an education advocacy group, told the Ballot Box blog of The Hill newspaper.
The Tea Party adherents broke down 28% independent, 17% Democrat and only 57% Republican. Not coincidentally, this bipartisan breakdown has been the way that Tea Party favorite Sarah Palin has often described movement members as "commonsense Americans" worried and....
...angered by the over-reaching one-party control of Democrats in Washington these last 15 months, rooted initially in opposition to Obama's $787 billion government economic stimulus package.
A new Gallup Poll out this morning of 1,033 finds nothing fringe about self-proclaimed Tea Party adherents; they are slightly more likely to be employed, male and definitely more conservative. But otherwise Gallup's Lydia Saad writes, "their age, educational background, employment status, and race -- Tea Partiers are quite representative of the public at large."
While economic issues like stubbornly high unemployment rates and declining home values cause widespread worries, Winston found top issues among the self-identified Tea Party followers are jobs/the economy and the exploding federal deficit. A whopping 95% told pollsters that Washington "Democrats are taxing, spending and borrowing too much."
Fully 87% told Gallup they oppose Obama's healthcare legislation.
The Winston poll says 80% of total Tea Party supporters dislike Obama's job performance, a higher negative rate even than the 77% of Republicans who disapprove of the ex-state senator's White House work."
LET'S READ THAT AGAIN:
1. "that paint a revealing detailed portrait of Tea Party supporters in most ways as pretty average Americans." AND " nothing fringe about self-proclaimed Tea Party adherents; they are slightly more likely to be employed, male and definitely more conservative. But otherwise Gallup's Lydia Saad writes, "their age, educational background, employment status, and race -- Tea Partiers are quite representative of the public at large." MORE PROOF OF YOUR LIES: "their age, educational background, employment status, and race -- Tea Partiers are quite representative of the public at large."
2. "comes a pair of polls, including Gallup, that paint a revealing detailed portrait of Tea Party supporters in most ways as pretty average Americans. A Sunday poll -- actually three national phone surveys of 1,000 registered voters" SO, THERE IS A SUNDAY POLL MADE UP OF 3 PHONE SURVEYS. ARE YOU REALLY THAT STUPID TO NOT UNDERSTAND THAT FACT OR IS YOUR HATE GETTING IN THE WAY? BTW, THE TEA PARTIERS ARE THE SAME NOW AS IN THE PAST, BUT YOU MIGHT NOT UNDERSTAND THAT BECAUSE ARE A HATE-FILLED LIBERAL.
It's the same 3 year old blog dumbshit.

It seems George was speaking directly at you:

"See, in my line of work you got to keep repeating things over and over and over again for the truth to sink in, to kind of catapult the propaganda." --George Bush--Greece, N.Y., May 24, 2005

Which is what your teabagger blog is lying propaganda

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A new Gallup Poll out this morning of 1,033 finds nothing fringe about self-proclaimed Tea Party adherents
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It's the same 3 year old blog dumbshit.
I stand corrected... closer to three years.

Here's something from last week:

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Tea Party Movement

Updated: Dec. 26, 2012

The Tea Party is an antigovernment, grass-roots political movement. It began in 2009 in protest of the bank bailout and economic stimulus package. Its supporters vowed to purge the Republican Party of officials they consider not sufficiently conservative and to block the Democratic agenda on the economy, the environment and health care. Tea Party supporters tend to unite around fiscal conservatism and a belief that the federal government has overstepped its constitutional powers.

The Tea Party became a pivotal player in the Republicans’ successful bid to take control of the House of Representatives in the 2010 midterm elections. In those elections, four in 10 voters expressed support for the movement in exit polls. Those figures, and victories at the polls, underscored the extent to which Republicans and Democrats alike may have underestimated the power of the party, a loosely affiliated coalition of libertarians and disaffected Republicans.

The House members elected with Tea Party backing in 2010 forced onto the national agenda their goals of deep cuts to spending and changes to entitlement programs.

But two years later, the picture appeared quite different. The presidential candidates closest to the Tea Party either chose not to run in Republican primaries, like Sarah Palin, or faded as Mitt Romney, an establishment figure, moved relentlessly to seal up the nomination.

In the 2012 elections, not only did President Obama, the focus of Tea Party ire, win re-election, but almost all the Senate candidates closest to the movement lost, like Richard Mourdock in Indiana. Ted Cruz, the winner of the senate race in Texas, was the biggest Tea Party aligned winner.

In the wake of the vote, leading Congressional Republicans, though they remain far apart from Mr. Obama, have embraced raising tax revenues in budget negotiations, repudiating a central tenet of the Tea Party. Even more telling, Tea Party activists in the middle of the country are skirting the fiscal showdown in Congress and turning to narrower issues, raising questions about whether the movement still represents a citizen groundswell to which attention must be paid.

Grass-roots leaders said in December that after losing any chance of repealing the national health care law, they would press states to “nullify” or ignore it. They also plan to focus on a two-decade-old United Nations resolution that they call a plot against property rights, and on “fraud” by local election boards that, some believe, let the Democrats steal the November vote.

But unlike the broader, galvanizing issues of health care and the size of the federal government that ignited the Tea Party, the new topics seem likely to bolster critics who portray the movement as a distraction to the Republican Party.

A number of Republican leaders said the Tea Party seemed headed toward becoming just another political faction, not a broad movement. It may rally purists, but it will continue to alienate realists and centrists, they said.

In December 2012, Senator Jim DeMint, the conservative Republican from South Carolina who helped ignite the Tea Party movement, announced that he was leaving the Senate to become president of the Heritage Foundation, a conservative research group.

Just two years into his second term, Mr. DeMint, 61, said on Dec. 6 that he had opted for a platform and a payday that the United States Senate could never provide him.

His resignation came as Tea Party followers in Congress faced new pressure to pull back from their uncompromising views following the elections.

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It has been nearly 2 months since the reelection, and the President has done the same thing he always does, nothing. Could we see something besides his golf score? This isn't funny any more. He is one lazy SOB.
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I stand corrected... closer to three years.
Here's something from last week:
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Tea Party Movement
Updated: Dec. 26, 2012
The Tea Party is an antigovernment, grass-roots political movement. It began in 2009 in protest of the bank bailout and economic stimulus package. Its supporters vowed to purge the Republican Party of officials they consider not sufficiently conservative and to block the Democratic agenda on the economy, the environment and health care. Tea Party supporters tend to unite around fiscal conservatism and a belief that the federal government has overstepped its constitutional powers.
The Tea Party became a pivotal player in the Republicans’ successful bid to take control of the House of Representatives in the 2010 midterm elections. In those elections, four in 10 voters expressed support for the movement in exit polls. Those figures, and victories at the polls, underscored the extent to which Republicans and Democrats alike may have underestimated the power of the party, a loosely affiliated coalition of libertarians and disaffected Republicans.
The House members elected with Tea Party backing in 2010 forced onto the national agenda their goals of deep cuts to spending and changes to entitlement programs.
But two years later, the picture appeared quite different. The presidential candidates closest to the Tea Party either chose not to run in Republican primaries, like Sarah Palin, or faded as Mitt Romney, an establishment figure, moved relentlessly to seal up the nomination.
In the 2012 elections, not only did President Obama, the focus of Tea Party ire, win re-election, but almost all the Senate candidates closest to the movement lost, like Richard Mourdock in Indiana. Ted Cruz, the winner of the senate race in Texas, was the biggest Tea Party aligned winner.
In the wake of the vote, leading Congressional Republicans, though they remain far apart from Mr. Obama, have embraced raising tax revenues in budget negotiations, repudiating a central tenet of the Tea Party. Even more telling, Tea Party activists in the middle of the country are skirting the fiscal showdown in Congress and turning to narrower issues, raising questions about whether the movement still represents a citizen groundswell to which attention must be paid.
Grass-roots leaders said in December that after losing any chance of repealing the national health care law, they would press states to “nullify” or ignore it. They also plan to focus on a two-decade-old United Nations resolution that they call a plot against property rights, and on “fraud” by local election boards that, some believe, let the Democrats steal the November vote.
But unlike the broader, galvanizing issues of health care and the size of the federal government that ignited the Tea Party, the new topics seem likely to bolster critics who portray the movement as a distraction to the Republican Party.
A number of Republican leaders said the Tea Party seemed headed toward becoming just another political faction, not a broad movement. It may rally purists, but it will continue to alienate realists and centrists, they said.
In December 2012, Senator Jim DeMint, the conservative Republican from South Carolina who helped ignite the Tea Party movement, announced that he was leaving the Senate to become president of the Heritage Foundation, a conservative research group.
Just two years into his second term, Mr. DeMint, 61, said on Dec. 6 that he had opted for a platform and a payday that the United States Senate could never provide him.
His resignation came as Tea Party followers in Congress faced new pressure to pull back from their uncompromising views following the elections.
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http://topics.nytimes.com/top/reference/times...
Gee, an analysis from the grand-dad of ultra-liberal newspaper! We must believe that because there is no way a liberal would lie! Are you joking?
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It has been nearly 2 months since the reelection, and the President has done the same thing he always does, nothing. Could we see something besides his golf score? This isn't funny any more. He is one lazy SOB.
As usual, nothing! And he was waiting to go over the Obama's (fiscal) cliff. Well, when you are practicing golf all the time, then your score does get better.

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Gee, an analysis from the grand-dad of ultra-liberal newspaper!
I understand: you don't like reading anything about the tea party that is not three years old.

Poor Boy Toy: the tea party has gone into the crapper... which is hard to understand how you missed it since you spend most of your day pleasing men there...

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As usual, nothing! And he was waiting to go over the Obama's (fiscal) cliff.
The fiscal cliff was created by Congress.

The CONGRESSIONAL Budget Control Act of 2011.

No matter how hard you stomp your feet, BOY.

Wipe your chin, you are spilling again...

“Obama Shames the USA”

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I understand: you don't like reading anything about the tea party that is not three years old.
Poor Boy Toy: the tea party has gone into the crapper... which is hard to understand how you missed it since you spend most of your day pleasing men there...
New Findings on Benghazi:
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"We have seen finger pointing about the lack
of resources for embassy security," Collins
writes, "but the budget is a shared
responsibility. The inadequate security in
Benghazi was a product of the desire of the
Administration for a light footprint."
Critics say the administration gave conflicting
and misleading statements on what sparked
the attack, and the report agrees, concluding
that the intelligence community recognized it
as terrorism "from the beginning."
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Impeach Obama now. There is no longer any
reason at all to wait. None.
I thought he should be impeached for the lie and cover up, but his desire for a light footprint also makes Obama fully culpable for the deaths too. Talk about going into the crapper!
It's time. IMPEACH!

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<quoted text>New Findings on Benghazi:
Obama = 332
draft dodging loser = 206
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In 2014 the Tea Party will be a memory. This election their numbers were decreased by the Democrats in the House and Senate.

Their run is over........ You can't name a bill credited to the Tea Party other than the 2011 Budget Control Act, which involved the sequester currently being debated.

Tea Party Republicans don't have a 20% approval rating across America. They come from the Poorest States representing workers who earn so little they don't pay Federal income Taxes.

It's ironic that Romney managed to get 47% of the vote, all from the Poorest States in America, the individuals who pay no income taxes was the base support for the GOP and Romney.
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Again, for all of the PROGRESSIVE INTELLECTUALS that inhabit TOPIX. The TEA PARTY was taken over between its incipient stage after Santelli's rant in 2009 and the 2010 election. Some people who believed in freedom were elected. But much of the Repubs were of the same vetted people we have seen for decades. Now you are either incredibly stupid or shills for the elitists who control us. The ORIGINAL TEA PARTY MANTRA.........."END THE WARS"........"MORE FREEDOMS".....Do you see it? Or are your heads stuck up your azzes? Progressives, what is the problem here? The TEA PARTY also had an agenda of "LESS TAXES". Now what do you not understand? It is clear you do not want to end the wars. It is clear you do not want more freedoms. The laws passed to take more of them away are proof enough of that. Several times worse then when Bush was anointed by the new world order. The TEA PARTY is old news. A real separate party not influenced by any one but not considered a minor abberation needs to be put into place. Of course, just like all progressive Dem voters believe utopia is just around the corner, many of the TEA PARTY voters feel they are bringing America to its foundations. What we have is a more conservative neo con wing of the Repub party that has a name now and has a little say in its operation granted from the elitists who control things completely. Wars and the continuing movement to total tyranny is our future. And just like the Germans and the Russians and others, we will leatn who are masters are, much sooner then later.
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it wasn't Obama's decision to cut $300 Million from the State Department's budget forcing the State Department to contract with cheap and unqualified security for Benghazi.

The republicans refusal to employ common sense, and reduce funding for security and diplomatic mission is the direct result of the deaths of Ambassador Stevens and the 3 Americans in Benghazi.

The Senate Report would point the finger at something other than their Budget cuts to the State Department. Who didn't know they would try to dissolve themselves of any responsibility?

Spending cuts as demanded by the radicals in the Republican Party are the main culprits for the Deaths of Americans in Benghazi.
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<quoted text>New Findings on Benghazi:
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"We have seen finger pointing about the lack
of resources for embassy security," Collins
writes, "but the budget is a shared
responsibility. The inadequate security in
Benghazi was a product of the desire of the
Administration for a light footprint."
Critics say the administration gave conflicting
and misleading statements on what sparked
the attack, and the report agrees, concluding
that the intelligence community recognized it
as terrorism "from the beginning."
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Impeach Obama now. There is no longer any
reason at all to wait. None.
I thought he should be impeached for the lie and cover up, but his desire for a light footprint also makes Obama fully culpable for the deaths too. Talk about going into the crapper!
It's time. IMPEACH!
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Ninthman wrote:
<quoted text>New Findings on Benghazi:
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"We have seen finger pointing about the lack
of resources for embassy security," Collins
writes, "but the budget is a shared
responsibility. The inadequate security in
Benghazi was a product of the desire of the
Administration for a light footprint."
Critics say the administration gave conflicting
and misleading statements on what sparked
the attack, and the report agrees, concluding
that the intelligence community recognized it
as terrorism "from the beginning."
.
Impeach Obama now. There is no longer any
reason at all to wait. None.
I thought he should be impeached for the lie and cover up, but his desire for a light footprint also makes Obama fully culpable for the deaths too. Talk about going into the crapper!
It's time. IMPEACH!
That has always been true for Benghazi and not Clinton with her medical problems we may never know the real truth.

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That has always been true for Benghazi
Maybe if you keep repeat "Benghazi", the earth will turn in the other direction and back up time and people can vote for Obama again?

PS: You insisted that Clinton was faking the injuries and now she has an MRI proving she has a blood clot...

Spin, spin, spin...

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Eric Gustafson wrote:
it wasn't Obama's decision to cut $300 Million from the State Department's budget forcing the State Department to contract with cheap and unqualified security for Benghazi.
Picky, picky, picky.

Don't you know the tea bag party has thousands of members standing by, ready, at a moments notice... to leap into action! armed with AR-15s, ready to defend American interests throughout the globe!

Surely you don't think there is a connection between the GOP Congress cutting off funding for armed guards and not having enough guards to protect the consulate?

That's crazy talk!
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The final vote is in the hands of the TEA party people. Oh, the irony of it all. I hope they cast the politicians over the cliff. They are useless anyway

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The final vote is in the hands of the TEA party people.
The only thing in the hands of the tea party is their very tiny pickles.

Will any tea bagger get elected office again?

Smart money is on: no.

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