tea party supporters

razorreilly09razorreilly09 Posts: 8,401 Officer
Go back to the Tea Party roots and support the one who help create it and lets take it back from the mainstream :USA;


More recently, the anniversary of the original Boston Tea Party was commemorated on December 16, 2007, by Republican Congressman Ron Paul supporters who held a fund raising event for the 2008 presidential primaries advocating an end to fiat money and the Federal Reserve System, disengaging from foreign entanglements in Iraq and Afghanistan, and upholding States' rights
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tea_Party_movement

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  • Bimini TwistedBimini Twisted Posts: 11,384 AG
    The Tea Party was long ago hijacked by conservatives, and since warmongering is what true Rush and Sean conservatives crave, they will never vote for Ron Paul. Fact.

    Obama wins.
  • razorreilly09razorreilly09 Posts: 8,401 Officer
    that title (conservative) was hijacked and ran thru the mud as well. hopefully we can reestablish it one day
  • shadowwalkershadowwalker Posts: 2,200 Captain
    that title (conservative) was hijacked and ran thru the mud as well. hopefully we can reestablish it one day
    I'm a conservative and don't mind one bit being known as one. Reason for that is, I know what it means to me and frankly do not care one wit what others think it should mean to me. If I didn't want to think for myself well then I'd be a liberal now wouldn't I.
  • CaptBobBryantCaptBobBryant Posts: 5,716 Officer
    I'm a conservative and don't mind one bit being known as one. Reason for that is, I know what it means to me and frankly do not care one wit what others think it should mean to me. If I didn't want to think for myself well then I'd be a liberal now wouldn't I.

    As long as we must group and label people: black, white, liberal, conservative, then we are destined to remain in this forever grid lock created to keep us in check.

    I am as guilty as anyone throwing around labels and compartmentalizing (and marginalizing) those whom I agree and disagree with.

    Fact is: We are all entitled to our beliefs and opinions; we are free to express them, but as the tea party and even OWS has shown. Not everybody fits into the neat little molds we create for others.

    The era of the individual is starting, we are beiginning to see the dangers of labels (part of the multicultural movement) and how it divides us and prevents "We the people" form governing ourselves.
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  • Baits OutBaits Out Posts: 12,331 AG
    As long as we must group and label people: black, white, liberal, conservative, then we are destined to remain in this forever grid lock created to keep us in check.

    I am as guilty as anyone throwing around labels and compartmentalizing (and marginalizing) those whom I agree and disagree with.

    Fact is: We are all entitled to our beliefs and opinions; we are free to express them, but as the tea party and even OWS has shown. Not everybody fits into the neat little molds we create for others.

    The era of the individual is starting, we are beiginning to see the dangers of labels (part of the multicultural movement) and how it divides us and prevents "We the people" form governing ourselves.


    Well said!

    We are approaching the point of critical mass in leadership damages done to our country by the current regime of radical socialist dictators and must immediately reverse course while we still have the chance.

    Take a lesson from Europe, and most of the rest of the world.

    IMHO, this is the last country where the term personal liberty is still somewhat understood and practiced.

    Has liberty now become a total anachronism and is this the very beginning of a new dark age and another “major extinction event?”

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  • dstockwelldstockwell Posts: 13,802 AG
    I'm a conservative and don't mind one bit being known as one.

    Good for you, but facts are facts, no conservatives exist in Washington.
    It is not the responsibility of the United States to solve the problems of other countries.
  • Bimini TwistedBimini Twisted Posts: 11,384 AG
    dstockwell wrote: »
    Good for you, but facts are facts, no conservatives exist in Washington.

    Now come on, you know as well as the rest of us, George W. Bush is what America gets when it votes for politicians that call themselves "conservative".

    I'm sorry that fact makes those that call themselves that unfortunate pejorative uncomfortable, but it's a fact none the less..
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