The Tea Party is dead - again

The Tea Party is dead - again

There are 1305 comments on the Washington Times story from Oct 20, 2013, titled The Tea Party is dead - again. In it, Washington Times reports that:

Following the GOP surrender last week, the meme has been that the GOP suffered a huge defeat and that the Tea Party is dead.

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fingiswold

North Ridgeville, OH

#1326 Nov 11, 2013
Anonymous Tranny wrote:
<quoted text>you need to go F--- off and you don't know what you are talking about besides...blah, blah, rant, rave......
Besides, you're a f---ing moron who needs to jump off a bridge.
fingiswold

North Ridgeville, OH

#1327 Nov 11, 2013
Cat74 wrote:
Sure you will take beck the House, like you will have that healthcare website up, and rolling by November 30th. You live in la la land!!!
It's working to some degree already, plus in the rational states - you know, the ones not run by RepubliBaggers - they have STATE exchanges that work just fine.

Your lies, like your time in charge of the House, are running out, punk!

LOL

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#1328 Nov 11, 2013
woodtick57 wrote:
<quoted text>if you think it is just liberals taking welfare from the gov't, then you are delusional, as usual.
why is it that NOT ONE of your thoughts actually reflects the real world right outside your window? you'd think you might take a clue from that at least once...
but then you cannot think for yourself, you just parrot what you are told and point your finger at who you were told the enemy is...
What do you think FDR's newly found and revised Liberalism was based on and the anwer is Collectivism and we know you can't think or depend on yourself which you need Big Government.

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#1329 Nov 11, 2013
fingiswold wrote:
<quoted text>
Besides, you're a f---ing moron who needs to jump off a bridge.
you proved you are a stupid f---ing moron that is dependent on the Federal Government and you should take up on your own advice and jump off a bridge because without Big Government Social Programs that you are dependent on as your post confirm you better jump off a bridge if you don't want to work and that would be the advice FDR would give for the members of society who willingly choose to be non productive and think living off the Government is normal.

Since: Aug 11

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#1330 Nov 11, 2013
barefoot2626 wrote:
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Don't need to do that as long as your mom is on the clock and you have a roll of quarters, AnalOriface.
Still waiting for that link to those Lincoln letters only you have seen.
you sure do since you can't provide for yourself.

Since: Jan 11

Abingdon, VA

#1331 Nov 11, 2013
fingiswold wrote:
<quoted text>
It's working to some degree already, plus in the rational states - you know, the ones not run by RepubliBaggers - they have STATE exchanges that work just fine.
Your lies, like your time in charge of the House, are running out, punk!
LOL
Most enrollments are Medicaid. Money going out, nothing coming in. Young healthy people are simply going to pay the fine, uh, I mean the tax. It's a lot cheaper.

http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-505267_162-576092...

Since: Aug 11

Location hidden

#1332 Nov 11, 2013
Teaman wrote:
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Most enrollments are Medicaid. Money going out, nothing coming in. Young healthy people are simply going to pay the fine, uh, I mean the tax. It's a lot cheaper.
http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-505267_162-576092...
That is exactly what is going on and what is wrong.

If these Young Liberals of today were living under FDR's Liberalism their azz's would be out doing public work projects instead of setting at home on their azz's getting money for doing nothing and that is what is wrong besides the Federal Government has nothing to so for under this Modern Liberalism except wasted tax dollars which is why the Federal Government needs to bring back the WPA so these lazy f--ks can experince what life was like under Liberalism under FDR and they would not care for life under FDR and his Liberalism which it would be too bad.

Works Progress Administration

The Works Progress Administration (renamed in 1939 as the Work Projects Administration; WPA) was the largest and most ambitious New Deal agency, employing millions of unemployed people (mostly unskilled men) to carry out public works projects, including the construction of public buildings and roads. In much smaller but more famous projects the WPA employed musicians, artists, writers, actors and directors in large arts, drama, media, and literacy projects.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Works_Progress_A...
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Robert Ford

Belle Vernon, PA

#1334 Nov 12, 2013
Anonymous of Indy wrote:
<quoted text>you proved you are a stupid f---ing moron that is dependent on the Federal Government and you should take up on your own advice and jump off a bridge because without Big Government Social Programs that you are dependent on as your post confirm you better jump off a bridge if you don't want to work and that would be the advice FDR would give for the members of society who willingly choose to be non productive and think living off the Government is normal.
Fungustongue aka HARVEY is the forum moron who changes his name monthly and gives head to the topix mods.
Eric Gustafson

Virginia Beach, VA

#1335 Nov 12, 2013
The concrete evidence contained in today's data confirms that the overwhelming majority of welfare collectors vote republican and are represented in Congress by Republicans.

Strictly based on the recorded Financial Records maintained at both, the U.S Treasury and Commerce Department, Blue State Liberal carry the financial burden of providing those handouts to their mates in those Republican enclaves of poverty and low wages.

It's rather asinine to think that dirt poor citizens living in the basins of poverty in the Red States and earning the lowest wages in America pay into the Treasury more than they receive in Federal Spending minus Military apparatus Spending.

That would be the proverbial analysis of drawing blood from a rock
Anonymous of Indy wrote:
<quoted text>you need to go F--- off and you don't know what you are talking about besides the Liberal working class of today is nothing like the Liberal working class 80 years ago social or economically and they had a work ethic compared to these worthless Liberals of today which they have proven FDR right what he said about welfare programs becoming "a habit with the country." which is why none of these Liberals want to work besides these liberals of today have also proven FDR's statement true when he said "When any man or woman goes on a dole something happens to them mentally" which the Liberals of today think living off the Government is normal which I would have their azz's out digging ditches just like FDR did.
http://www.worldmag.com/2011/11/changing_atti...
nobama

Los Angeles, CA

#1336 Nov 12, 2013
Mykro wrote:
<quoted text>Yep:
Palin/Cruz 2016.
Now thats a good one......

Since: Aug 11

Location hidden

#1337 Nov 12, 2013
Eric Gustafson wrote:
The concrete evidence contained in today's data confirms that the overwhelming majority of welfare collectors vote republican and are represented in Congress by Republicans.
Strictly based on the recorded Financial Records maintained at both, the U.S Treasury and Commerce Department, Blue State Liberal carry the financial burden of providing those handouts to their mates in those Republican enclaves of poverty and low wages.
It's rather asinine to think that dirt poor citizens living in the basins of poverty in the Red States and earning the lowest wages in America pay into the Treasury more than they receive in Federal Spending minus Military apparatus Spending.
That would be the proverbial analysis of drawing blood from a rock
<quoted text>
Liberals are the ones that put these people on the dole to begin with too with their Great Society just like they are doing with Obamacare and it came out today in the News today that medicaid is Obamacare's overhaul's early success story.

http://www.nbcnews.com/health/medicaid-health...
Cut2theChase

Pleasanton, CA

#1338 Nov 13, 2013
Hey Teahadists, how's it feel that even the United States Chamber of Commerce cannot stand you? Still LMAO at this one and the results of the last election!

Since: Jan 11

Abingdon, VA

#1339 Nov 13, 2013
Cut2theChase wrote:
Hey Teahadists, how's it feel that even the United States Chamber of Commerce cannot stand you? Still LMAO at this one and the results of the last election!
You do know the Chamber of Commerce is a corporate lobbyist group, don't you? You know, the people who buy your congressmen. The same people who supported NAFTA. One of the member donors is Goldman Sachs. Of course they wouldn't like us.

Since: Mar 11

St. Croix valley

#1340 Nov 13, 2013
Teaman wrote:
<quoted text>
You do know the Chamber of Commerce is a corporate lobbyist group, don't you? You know, the people who buy your congressmen. The same people who supported NAFTA. One of the member donors is Goldman Sachs. Of course they wouldn't like us.
you do know that lobbying is the foundation of our nation. without it,a representative republic cannot function.

congress members cannot be bought, legally. and all the money for campaigns wouldn't make any difference of our complacent electorate didn't vote for who had the most TV commercials... it is the public that is selling off those congressional seats and they are doing it via their TV remotes and their complacency.

Since: Jan 11

Abingdon, VA

#1341 Nov 13, 2013
woodtick57 wrote:
<quoted text>you do know that lobbying is the foundation of our nation. without it,a representative republic cannot function.
congress members cannot be bought, legally. and all the money for campaigns wouldn't make any difference of our complacent electorate didn't vote for who had the most TV commercials... it is the public that is selling off those congressional seats and they are doing it via their TV remotes and their complacency.
That's basically true. The people get the government they deserve, but I think corporate lobbyists have more to offer than citizen groups and, therefor, have more pull. Many of these politicians go to work for their corporate cronies when their terms in office are done. Many become lobbyists themselves.
whoop-tee-do

Greeley, CO

#1342 Nov 13, 2013
Ah, yes, the "death" of the Tea Party. This is just another liberal wet dream. Unable to stand the thought of views contrary to their own, the so-called "open-minded" liberals salivate over the "death" of anyone who disagree with them.

The "progressives" will not be happy until everyone has been adsorbed into the liberal hive and no longer has a mind of their own.

Their hatred for any opposition is thinly veiled, but becomes exposed by their word usage: i.e. wishing for the "death" of others. They pretend they mean it figuratively, but in fact they mean it literally. Hatred and envy is the basis of liberalism. This is just another example of their hatred boiling to the top.

Not only should Washington rule all aspects of our lives, we must also all pretend to love it. Every one of us - no exceptions allowed. It's like ante-bellum slave masters getting angry because their field workers refuse to sing joyous songs as they labor in the cotton.

Liberals are scum.

Since: Mar 11

St. Croix valley

#1343 Nov 13, 2013
Teaman wrote:
<quoted text>
That's basically true. The people get the government they deserve, but I think corporate lobbyists have more to offer than citizen groups and, therefor, have more pull. Many of these politicians go to work for their corporate cronies when their terms in office are done. Many become lobbyists themselves.
but it is not the lobbying that is the problem, again, that is the foundation of our form of governance.

Since: Mar 11

St. Croix valley

#1344 Nov 13, 2013
whoop-tee-do wrote:
Ah, yes, the "death" of the Tea Party. This is just another liberal wet dream. Unable to stand the thought of views contrary to their own, the so-called "open-minded" liberals salivate over the "death" of anyone who disagree with them.
The "progressives" will not be happy until everyone has been adsorbed into the liberal hive and no longer has a mind of their own.
Their hatred for any opposition is thinly veiled, but becomes exposed by their word usage: i.e. wishing for the "death" of others. They pretend they mean it figuratively, but in fact they mean it literally. Hatred and envy is the basis of liberalism. This is just another example of their hatred boiling to the top.
Not only should Washington rule all aspects of our lives, we must also all pretend to love it. Every one of us - no exceptions allowed. It's like ante-bellum slave masters getting angry because their field workers refuse to sing joyous songs as they labor in the cotton.
Liberals are scum.
and how do yo explain all the rational conservatives that clearly point out the shortcomings of the tea party?

hint: you will need more than tossed out media soundbytes to explain this, you will actually have to have an understanding of the issues you are talking about....

Since: Jan 11

Abingdon, VA

#1345 Nov 13, 2013
woodtick57 wrote:
<quoted text>but it is not the lobbying that is the problem, again, that is the foundation of our form of governance.
Again, lobbying itself has been around since the country began. There are good and bad lobbyists. I'm saying corporate lobbyists have more influence over legislation than most.

Since: Jan 11

Abingdon, VA

#1346 Nov 13, 2013
woodtick57 wrote:
<quoted text>and how do yo explain all the rational conservatives that clearly point out the shortcomings of the tea party?
hint: you will need more than tossed out media soundbytes to explain this, you will actually have to have an understanding of the issues you are talking about....
What would be your definition of a rational conservative?

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