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August 11, 2009 – Comments (4)

Reading through some articles on DailyKos, I ran into something quite amusing.  Amusing because it's a bunch of liberals labeling the GOP and describing the GOP exactly as we described the LIBERAL base when President Bush was President.

It's no different!!   The Liberals think us GOPers  or Conservatives  or Neo-Cons or whatever label floats your boat to describe someone whose in favor of Small "NO DEBT"  "NO SOCIALIST" Government, are too far to the right such that we would get rid of our own kind in order to remodel the Republican Party after Ronald Reagan's Image.

Well... I am here to say that this is 100% true.    I can't personally stand AT ALL anyone in the Republican Party that is not willing to uphold Conservative Principles and Republican Party Platform Values.  I can't stand them.... I sure as heck want to "PRIMARY OUT" any Olympia Snowe, John McCain, George Voinovich style RINOs....

RINOs are absolutely worthless to me as an American Citizen AND as a Stock Market Investor.

Here's a passage of one of the articles currently on the Daily Kos;

"Isakson is up for re-election in 2010, and he knows how wingnutty the base is. He has to play to the Palin wing or he will get primaried. That is how crazy the GOP is these days. "

In the above passage the author is blaming Isakson as the one who authored the Death Panel section in 1233.

I have no idea if this "CLAIM" has any truth to it... If it does then someone like Isakson would certainly not deserve my vote.

Interesting how the same author though fails to point out how the Democrats SUPPORT Section 1233 "The DEATH Panel" section.

They BLAME the Republican Isakson for writing it and never bother acknowledge the fact that the Democrats across the board seem to have no issues with it.  President Obama doesn't have any issues with SECTION 1233..... He Defended 1233!!!

Listen up..... The "TEA BAGGERS" aren't just Conservative.... That is the dirty little secret you won't ever read/hear about on Daily Kos....  the TEA BAGGERS are simply those people who no longer believe the politicians in Congress Represent anyone but themselves!  PERIOD...

Democrat...Libertarian...Green Party...Republican.... Or Agnostic.... The reality is the same... Any one of them can be a TEA BAGGER....  ANY ONE.... It just takes waking up to the fact that not even DAILY KOS is behind the Health Care Bill....

They would not be writing these types of Articles if they were. 

DAILY KOS  DOES NOT SUPPORT OBAMA's  HEALTH CARE BILL.....    It's not expressly written anywhere... It's pure gut feeling based on reading the angle that the liberals are taking...

It is clear the Liberals see PROBLEMS with the bill... I mean... they want to BLAME  ISAKSON (Republican) for Section 1233.... They would not do that if they thought 1233 was a great section of the bill!

DAILY KOS               DOES    NOT               LIKE       THIS     BILL   AT   ALL

But.... Instead of fighting to get the bill changed.... Daily Kos Authors just want to try and blame the bad parts on the Republicans....

4 Comments – Post Your Own

#1) On August 12, 2009 at 12:15 AM, HighRisk41 (53.37) wrote:


Kudos, you're right about the tea baggers. The orginization was actually founded by both Dems and Rep that decided the goverment spending was getting out of control. As soon as the current administration saw it picking up steam it was smeared accross the news and labeled a radical republican movement to keep dems away. If people do any research at all they'll see its an American movement a movement to try and get our rights back and save our country. I'll be in Washingtong on 9/12 marching on the capitol. I don't think our gov will listen at all and thats when I think support will grow and people will turn towards the Rand Paul's and Peter Schiff's. Thats my hope anyways... btw +1 : )  

Tea Party Movement

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#2) On August 12, 2009 at 12:39 AM, cthomas1017 (98.75) wrote:

Varchild2008 for President in 2010!!!

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#3) On August 12, 2009 at 10:46 AM, ChannelDunlap (< 20) wrote:

By "Death Panel" section you mean the voluntary end-of-life counseling?  Oh, right, right... But I'm sure the "voluntary" part is probably bogus, I'm sure it'll be mandatory.  And the "counseling" is clearly going to be them forcing you to just die rather than get treatment.  Yup, yup.  Lots of evidence backing that up, too, huh?  "Because thats the way socialism works"?  Something along those lines?  "Because Glen Beck said so" perhaps?  

And I'm sorry but I have to disagree with you about the tea party people.  They are, I'm going to say at least a large majority, if not entirely FAUX-News viewing conservatives who for some reason think that wasting perfectly good tea is making a point.  I do not know of one single person who does not fit that category who has gone to one of those.  Not one.  No democrats, no libertarians, no independants.  All wacked out right wingers.  Every. Single. One. 

You're a nutjob, Varchild.  Pace your rage.  Only 1,257 days left.

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#4) On August 12, 2009 at 12:20 PM, Melaschasm (< 20) wrote:

Channel, my experiences were the opposit of yours.

Most of the attendies at the local tea parties were libertarian.  The rest were an even split between conservative republicans and "moderates" from both parties.  With these particular moderates being people who want less taxes and spending, but support various liberal social ideals such as abortion, gay marriage, etcetra.

I understand why the liberal media can not make a distinction between these various tea party supporters.  If you do not take the time to actually learn about the people at a tea party, you will only know that they want less taxes and spending. 

The dirty little secret about American politics is that many social liberals want lower taxes, and many on the christian right want national healthcare and carbon taxes. 

If anyone is blinded by rage, it is those who can not accept that many people with many different political opinions want lower taxes and less government debt.

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