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GOP must embrace tea party to succeed

February 23, 2013

Well, it’s official. The Republican Party must embrace the tea party movement if the GOP is to recapture the White House in 2016. That’s the take-away, kind of, from Dr....

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Mar-06-13 11:46 AM

Liberals are just too darn entertaing. LOLOL. Ignorance may or may not be bliss.....but it sure is entertaining.

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Mar-06-13 11:43 AM

Typical. Liberals 'say' one thing; 'act' another. You can 'say' you love this country and it's laws; but if you 'act' and 'do' the opposite, don't get your panties all bunched up when the "PEOPLE" call you out on it. You can't straddle both sides of a fence ........ at least not comfortably. We 'look' at actions; not words. Libs deeds prove they do not respect our laws.

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Mar-01-13 8:10 PM

Pure, when it comes to Liberals you are hating a myth. your description of us is just plain false. The fact of it is that we are trying to save this country and we are every bit as patriotic as you pretend to be. We even respect your right to be confused.

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Mar-01-13 6:13 PM

realamerican, you're kidding us, right? The gathering you attended was a bunch of leftist loonies demonstrating for more government handouts. They sure aren't tea party people.

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Mar-01-13 6:14 AM

I went to the tea party rally at the federal building a few years ago and all I saw was a bunch of dirty old white dudes with gray hair and beards, wearing dirty white tee shirts and vietnam hats, talking about how bad this country was when it came to taxes, even though I seriously doubt any one of those fellows there that day pays one cent in taxes, and are undoubtedly on social security or disability, along with welfare, food stamps, and unemployment compensation. and if anyone knows how to fix this country's problems, why aren't they doing it? This idea that we are in some giant financial disaster obviously doesn't know squat about how large and robust our economy is or how little our debt has grown in the last five years. Our economic growth has eaten away at the debt, and as long as spending stays low, the growth in our economy will absorb the debt in a few decades all by itself, the fake crisis is just fear mongering by the right.

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Mar-01-13 6:04 AM

What a load of nonsense, where did this George Moore live for the past decade? In Bowden cave? The teabaggers are all but finished politically, and they are totally racist,they are singlehandedly responsible for the destruction of the Republican party and will be the downfall of the Republicans controlling the House, I see Mr. Moore try to deny this by pointing out that the teabags embraced Herman Cain and one other black man,WOW two whole colored fellows in their entire party, besides a womanizing idiot like Cain surely wouldn't fit in the Democratic party, his only hope was to align himself with the other womanizers and racists in the tea party. I havent seen so much bullcrap in print since I read Purebull's comments.

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Feb-27-13 2:21 PM

i dont think it is necessary to prove you wrong pure, you do quite a good job of that yourself.

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Feb-26-13 10:05 AM

They'll need someone to give them a "big hug" when they lose the House due to their deceit and treachery.

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Feb-26-13 1:46 AM

If Republicans are so tolerant why are you such a hater?

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Feb-26-13 1:44 AM

Roughly two thirds of the Democrats in the House and Senate voted for the Civil Rights Act of 1967. Not perfect but not much less than the Republican percentage. It did shake up the Democratic Party. What happened to the Democrats that were against the Civil Rights Act? That's right, they became Republicans.

Lie about reading any good books lately?

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Feb-26-13 1:36 AM

You live in a parallel universe where right is wrong and true is false. They have medication that helps with that if you aren't too far gone. They also have history books that are accurate. David Barton didn't write them.

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Feb-25-13 1:04 AM

I'm not slow on proving you wrong, I'm bored with it.

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Feb-24-13 11:51 PM

So what? Byrd is one person not the Democratic Party. I'm not about to say that there haven't been racist Democrats but you did say that as a party they were against civil rights for black people. That isn't true. The Civil Rights Act of 1964 was a bill that was started under Kennedy, passed by a Congress that was under the control of the Democrats and pushed for and signed by LBJ. That is just the fact of it no mater what Bryan Fischer tells you.

That the Southern Democrats squawked about the Voting Rights Act (LBJ) doesn't mean Democrats as a party are racist any more than Michele Bachmann is emblematic of the sanity of the Republicans or that you demonstrate the intelligence of the Tea Party. OK, maybe that isn't a very good example.

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Feb-24-13 9:22 PM

Mr. Moore seems to remember 2010 better than last November. The TP movement is thouroughly finished outside of being the s word in Jimdals S party.

And Mr. Moore, I'm a Republican.

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Feb-24-13 11:59 AM

You need a different history book. You seem to thing that Kennedy and Johnson were Republicans.

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