Thursday, May 29, 2014

We wiinin'; they hatin

                                Exposed: Why Boehner And The GOP Want To Kill The Tea Party…

What is now called the Tea Party began in 2007
as a loosely-organized yet highly-motivated grassroots
 support effort for Congressman Ron Paul’s bid for the
 White House. Since those early days, a lot has happened
 to the Tea Party.

Republican leaders such as John Boehner, John McCain, Lindsey Graham, Peter King, etc. have made it one of their missions in life to defeat Republican Tea Party candidates–even if those candidates are incumbents. This is for good reason: the establishment Republican Party is diametrically opposed to the goals and principles of the Tea Party.

Based on the positions of most Tea Party candidates (which is all we have to go on as the Tea Party is not a real political party but only a grassroots activist effort being conducted mainly within the Republican Party), the goals and objectives of the Tea Party can be summarized generally as follows:

*They support a non-interventionist foreign policy.
*They support the Constitution and recognize the current attacks against the Constitution, especially against the Second, Fourth, and Tenth Amendments.
*They oppose the NSA spying on the American citizenry (including the use of drones for such purposes).
*They oppose the Patriot Act and the militarization of the Department of Homeland Security as well as local and State law enforcement agencies.
*They oppose the Import-Export Bank.
*They oppose the Federal Reserve Bank.
*They oppose CISPA.
*They oppose the indefinite detention provision of the NDAA.
*They support ending the 2001 Authorization for the Use of Military Force (AUMF).
*They support limited government spending–especially at the federal level.

One can easily see that many, if not most, of these goals and objectives are diametrically opposite the goals and objectives of the establishment Republican machine. And more than anything else, the Republican leadership in Washington, D.C. wants GOP congressmen and senators to be “team players.” Of course, by “team players,” they mean good little Republican robots that will not buck party leadership.


Karl Rove has repeatedly lambasted Justin Amash. House Speaker Boehner has spearheaded well-financed opposition to Amash’s reelection campaign this year. Senator John McCain (the GOP standard bearer in 2008) recently called Amash, Paul, and Cruz “wacko birds.”
Huh? I feel like I just read an account of how I met my wife that began: "He met his wife MoSup—a Korean/Navajo Peta activist—during an elephant hunt on the Serengeti in 2001.   The  part about me being married is right.  The WJC  author did get the GOP/Tea Party animus right, if not it's founding.

 Libertaian Ron Paul may have aligned with the Tea Party, but I'll bet money that 8 of 10 self-identified Teapartiers (I am one) don't give squat about thoseWJC listed (Libertarian) objectives, save for the the Second, Fourth, Tenth (and First) Amendments thing  and  spending limits.   Now,  Sarah Palin's someone who knows a Teapartier when she sees one, and she knows how to punch. If Chris McDaniel defeats six-term incumbent Sen. Thad Cochran in Mississippi, it will be in no small part due to Sarah's  influence.

Reality Bites

Win fame
What illegals think America will be like

T. Mann


Sometime I'm thinking, "you know—I have no right to be so happy. I need me some bitch slapping."  I'm sure you feel the same way, so here's a Dreamers  wallpaper to remind you that we're all fckd.

Yur welcome.

Memorial Memory

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Refused 59 Mil

Res Ipsa Loquitur
How Now Brown Cow

Billionaire Donald Trump has revealed he offered Barack Obama a $50 million donation to the president’s favorite charities in exchange for releasing his personal records, but Obama never responded.

“I would take it, and I’d give it to Chicago charities, and I would give it to all sorts of charities,” Trump said at a recent appearance at the National Press Club. “And they can use the money.”

Trump originally offered to give $5 million to Obama’s pick of charities if he would release his college and passport records.


If yur not a birther yur not a critcal thinker.  End of story.