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Tea Party movement – The Frankenstein monster of the Republican Party

U.S. Senate candidate Christine O'Donnell in Wilmington, Delaware
U.S. Senate candidate Christine O'Donnell in Wilmington, Delaware
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    Gregory Boyce 4 years ago

    Great article and well written. Keep up the good work. New Orleans Progressive Examiner

  • Anonymous 4 years ago

    This guy is a progressive and is not telling the truth, should not be aloud to even do a article on anything, damn terroist.

  • Anonymous 4 years ago

    Wow smart guy, are you thinking 'allowed', I guess this is what goes on in your head huh? Way to promote freedom of the press.

  • Anonymous 4 years ago

    While the President chose to view the growing protest of his administration as a distraction, the far right used that distraction to further their goals of protecting themselves from change. After all, from their perspective the country was quite prosperous. When you can convince someone making $20K a year to be concerned about capital gains and inheritance taxes, then the far-right agenda is not just a distraction, it is a weapon to further destroy the middle class - lg

  • Anonymous 4 years ago

    lg, you are right

  • Anonymous 4 years ago

    Someday a Muslim may indeed become the President of the United States of America..... you got guts

  • Anonymous 4 years ago

    It's unfortunate to realize that in a country where the separation of religion and state is a founding principle, that it would take "guts" to believe a Muslim may one day become the President.

  • TeaPartyTom 4 years ago

    In this political climate it is hard for some to accept that real change is lurking amongst us. The easy dismissal of Tea Party initiatives or the broad brushing of motives will lead anyone astray as to what is happening. True their is no one leader of the Tea Party but take the temperature of those in it and you can quickly tell this is not a flash in the pan movement based on any of the alleged vices such as racism or aggression toward any one political party. What the Tea Party really is happens to be a rebellion to the political status quo. We are tired of hearing promises that are not kept by people that think they know best and don't hold to their end of the bargain. The authour is correct that it can and will bite republicans too, we are not a middle of the road country. It's not all or nothing but if you promise to have an open administration Do It. If you promise that all sides will be heard before making legislation Do It. These news announcements on Friday afternoons must stop thats not open govenment. These backroom deals and passing legeslation before it's read and late at night so that no one knows what happened is not open government that is government by fiat. No One was elected to run our government that way. Where is it in our Constitution that we are to have Tzars of anything and how, when and why are they appointed anyway? I need a job, How can I become one of these Tzar guys?

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