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Leonard of Old Town
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I take it that this is not merely a rhetorical question.

The answer is simple.

The Neo-Cons use this filth to undermine Christian civilization, their ancient enemy.

The song "Uprising" is a response to it.

In the song , the words "They will stop degrading us...." refers to the Neo-Cons.

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Tea Party Groups Flex Muscles on GOP ...

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Tea Party groups warn GOP:
Reduce spending or face primary challenges


By: Sean J. Miller
Jan 6, 2011


Tea Party groups are warning Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) and members of the Republican House majority not to stray from their pledge to reduce spending by the federal government, or they could face primary challenges.

Judson Phillips, the founder of the group Tea Party Nation, posted an open letter to Boehner on his website urging the GOP leader to make "serious and meaningful cuts in the budget."

"You did not become speaker because America suddenly fell in love with you or the Republican Party," Phillips wrote.

"You became speaker because America, led by the Tea Party, repudiated Barack Obama, Nancy Pelosi and the party of socialism."

Meanwhile, Tea Party Patriots co-founder Mark Meckler, who was in Washington for the swearing-in of the 112th Congress, said his group is focusing on educating its members about the primary process.

"Only a small percentage of people make the decision in the primaries," he told The Ballot Box. "We know that Tea Partiers turn out to vote in greater proportions right now than the rest of the population. So we can have a tremendous influence in the primaries, and that allows local people to make sure that they have candidates running that reflect their values."

Meckler said Tea Party Patriots, which has some 3,000 chapters nationally, doesn't endorse candidates.

"Our job is to provide the information," he said.
"Our job is to say, 'these are our core principles,
- this congressman doesn't follow our core principles; go do what you will.' "

Tea Party activists were instrumental in shaping the outcomes of several primaries last year, much to the chagrin of the Republican Party's Washington leadership.

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Ridiculous...

This is just more disinformation to baffle the masses.

Both parties believe the answer to our problems is economic -- and that is a Marxist approach.

Essentially, we have two Marxist parties, which are controlled by the Neo-Cons from behind the scenes.

The Tea Party in Maine is now supporting Collins and Snowe.

They started out as a "revolution" and their revolution turned out to be supporting RHINOs.

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Cool Seems to me that the 'MAINE PATRIOTS' have their heads
mostly in the right place/s.

Check out
The Maine Patriot Website ...

Neutral Show me 'The Marxism' ...
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The emphasis is on the economy -- as the only solution to man's problems.

So along with the support for equality, freedom, etc., these are all essentially left-wing ideas.

In America, the Left masquerades as the Right.

Also, the idea that businessmen are somehow conservative comes straight from Karl Marx.

But everything in America is topsy-turvey, just the opposite of what we think it is.

The desire to protect the working man and fight NAFTA and GATT are conservative ideas.

I just heard that Obama oppointed Ed Daly, who pushed NAFTA through under
Clinton, as his new Chief of Staff.

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Rolling Eyes So what is your solution, if not more money, when your money bucket runs dry?

Will 'Nationalism' fill that empty bucket?

Basic 'Marxist' principles aren't all that bad Leonard ...


-> Marxism: Basic Principles.
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Meanwhile ...

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Mr. Green It's time for some Tea Party humour ...
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Clic Pic ...

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Hey Sarah,
At Least Stand By Your Free Speech

By: Tina Dupuy
Jan 9, 2011

Last Saturday morning 20 people were shot in a Tucson Safeway parking lot by a 22-year-old who stated on YouTube he "won't pay debt with a currency that's not backed by gold and silver."

Fifteen minutes after the news broke, former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin tweeted, "The price of gold today is at $1,368.90 an ounce."

Coincidence?

Yes.

None of us want to live in a society where hyperbole, exaggeration, satire, bad taste and horrible timing are subjective.

. Stupidity is legal.
. So are bad jokes.
. Ditto for calls for revolution.
. As are declarations using violent imagery.
. Pornography, too.

So Sarah Palin has a right to display images on her sites SarahPAC, Facebook and TakeDownthe20.com.

On those sites she had riflescope icons over the districts of Democratic congresspersons who voted in favor of health care reform.

She stated in bold red letters:
"We've diagnosed the problem.
Help us prescribe the solution."


In March, shortly after TakeDownthe20.com was launched, the window of Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords' Tucson office was shot out with a pellet gun.

Giffords said in an interview, "The rhetoric and firing people up….we're on Sarah Palin's targeted list.

But the thing is that the way that she has it depicted has the crosshairs of a gunsight over our district.

And when people do that, they've got to realize there's consequences to that action."

There were reports of Tea Party protesters outside her office with signs like, "It's time to reload" and "One way or another, you're gone."

Why?
Because people listened to Sarah Palin.

They listened to her debunked baloney that reforming health care would kill your grandmother.

According to Palin, Giffords was trying to kill everyone's favorite elderly relative.

Therefore, there was a target on her.

There is no evidence any of those people who listened to Palin shot the member of congress in the head with a semi-auto Glock.

Besides being steeped in revolution, a ****eyed view of The Constitution and anti-government rhetoric, the shooter has no connection to Palin.

However, minutes after the former governor tweeted about gold, her website was scrubbed of the now infamous crosshairs graphic.
It was gone.

Then there was a note on her Facebook page: "On behalf of Todd and my family, we all pray for the victims and their families, and for peace and justice."

So in a moment of national peril – when a political "enemy" who was on a hit list had been "taken down" - the FIRST thing Palin does is act in her own interests?

In a word: YES!

This is the most cowardly thing I've ever witnessed. If you are going to say outrageous things, then you are going to have to stand by outrageous things.

By law Palin has the right to hurl verbal grenades.

But free speech doesn't mean you're not accountable for the things you say.

It means the government can't pass laws to make saying them a crime.

It doesn't mean you can beat the drum of rebellion, sell a couple books, delete a graphic, embrace the Bill of Rights and you are magically not a selfish weasel.

Sarah Palin has the courage to delete her convictions and saunter away whistling like nothing happened.

All of it is legal. I agree, and I will fight for that: Sarah Palin has the right to be spineless.

Here's the thing: Palin had an opportunity to have a "bullhorn moment."

She had the opportunity to rise to the occasion and prove all her critics wrong.

She could have proven she truly is a leader.

That she's not just a capitalizing catty mean girl who can't tell the difference between an opponent and an enemy.

That she is worthy of all this presidential buzz and not just skating by on some mushy conservative platitudes and good looks.

She could have come out strong and expressed regret for demonizing a member of Congress who was shot in the head with a 9mm.

But instead…she cowered.
Pitiful.

To be clear, I'm not blaming Sarah Palin for 20 people being shot – six of them dying from their injuries.

I'm blaming Sarah Palin for taking down her "take down" map sans comment.

I'm not blaming her for throwing bombs.
I am blaming her for not uttering remorse when they explode.

Palin wants her followers to "stand up?"


.. Her First!

[Tina Dupuy is an award-winning writer and fill-in host at The Young Turks.]

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A History Lesson from the Tea Party ...

In days of yore, giants strode the earth.
We know and worship them today as the Founding Fathers!




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Palin in a black leather pants suit is just another clever marketing ploy to prop up up a corrupt and moribund system.

The empire is collapsing, the nation is bankrupt, and revolution is a real prospect,

So how does one defuse popular anger? You give the masses a doll in a black leather pants suit, and tell the people she will set things right.

It's another marketing ploy, like the first black president, or the first Hindoo governor.

Won't work, though...America is waking up.

They smell a rat, no! many rats!

Wise is the man who sees that the radicals of the American Revolution and George Soros are on the same side!

Woe to those who cannot comprehend this truth!

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Wise is the man who sees that the radicals of the American Revolution
and George Soros are on the same side!
Woe to those who cannot comprehend this truth!

Cool Looks like you, and WorldNut Daily are in agreement with this one ...
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Oh yes, I do agree.

This demon in human form goes unnoticed because in America:

1) ugliness = art
2) noise = music
3) Tea Party = "revolution" (electing the ultimate insider, Mitt Romney as President)

Everything we hear is the exact opposite of the truth.

If you want to find your way, convert every statement by the mass media, government, or academia into its opposite.

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The principle is the same as shown in the video.

The most shocking transformation, or perhaps the most dangerous, has been the transformation of women from homemakers and mothers into women warriors.

It's not America anymore.

That's the point of the thread "Angels and Devils in Post-Teutonic America."

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Rand Paul Flies Solo ...

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By: Felicia Sonmez
February 4, 2011




Rand Paul Lone Dissenter In Laser-Pointer Vote

Kentucky Republican Sen. Rand Paul was the sole "no" vote Thursday night on a measure that would make it a federal crime to aim a handheld laser pointer at an aircraft.

The measure, offered by Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse (D-R.I.) as an amendment to a measure on funding the Federal Aviation Administration, passed on a 96-to-1 vote, with three senators not present.

It would call for anyone who knowingly aims the beam of a laser pointer at an aircraft to face fines or a prison term of up to five years.

Paul told reporters after Thursday's vote that he believed the laser-pointer issue was one best handled by the states, not the federal government.

"There are a lot of states that already have laws, and I think states ought to take care of it," Paul said.

The laser-pointer vote marked the second time in the past week that Paul voted "no" on a measure supported by the vast majority of his Senate colleagues.

Last Thursday, Paul joined with fellow Senate Tea Party Caucus members Jim DeMint (R-S.C.) and Mike Lee (R-Utah) as well as Sen. John Ensign (R-Nev.) to oppose a rule change that would end the practice of secret holds.
That measure passed 92-to-4.

While the 112th Congress is only one month old, Paul's early "no" votes echo the voting record of his father, Rep. Ron Paul (R-Texas), who has frequently been the lower chamber's lone dissenter on measures that he believes overstep Congress' constitutional authority.

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