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October 19, 2010 – Comments (5)

And by US I mean those who have a stake in our economy... I mean conservatives...Investors....heck liberals too if you invest or in some way have a stake in our economy.

The reality.. is a whole lot of *pain* begins November 3rd assuming Republicans take over at least the House.

It will be US.... The Members of the Tea Party Movement that will absolutely hold the Republican Party's Feet to the Fire.... I will place the phone calls... e-mails....etc... Anything I can do to petition and make it plainly obvious to them that if they EARMARK.... Waste Taxpayer Dollars on buying votes for 2012.... or engage any other unethical behavior of any kind shape or form....

The Republican Party will hear from me... and I have been a Straight Ticket Republican Voter / Cheerleader....

But I am a cheerleader no more....  Us Conservatives have Grown Up....

The Mainstream Media and the Conservative Media have it all wrong....

The Tea Party Movement isn't some "Unsophisticated Movement" that's running around with their heads cut off just desperately trying to get Republican Conservative Tea Party Candidates elected.

The Tea Party Movement is something NO ONE really can understand.... except if you are truly a member of the Tea Party Movement like I am...

It is about knowing full well to expect to be disappointed before the Mainstream Media attempts to damage your candidates.....  Frankly....  We'll do the damaging enough if our candidates fail us.

So... It is obviously in the House and Senate Candidates best interests to realize that the *fight* for us only BEGINS  November 3rd..... 

We want Obamacare repealed.....  We want Cap and Tax to never happen.....We want Jobs and if that means opening up new areas for Oil Drilling... new Power Plants..... New Nuclear facilities.... We don't care....

Stop the Regulatory EPA  spree.... and GIVE US JOBS!!!!     JOBS!!!!!!  NOT EARMARKS!!!!!!! NOT JACK ABRAMOFF,  OLD BOY'S CLUB!!!!!

Otherwise you can take your "Pledge" and stick it where the (APPLE) Stock doesn't shine.

My financial future is at stake in me make sure my candidates don't screw up and fail the American People.  SO OF COURSE I WILL BE AFTER THEM LIKE ALL GET OUT!!!!!!

That's what separates us from the Liberal Lefties who NEVER got after President Obama and the Democratic Party when they started screwing up.

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#1) On October 19, 2010 at 11:38 PM, topsecret10 (< 20) wrote:

Tea-Party Movement Gathers Strength      By PETER WALLSTEN And DANNY YADRON

The tea party has emerged as a potent force in American politics and a center of gravity within the Republican Party, with a large majority of Republicans showing an affinity for the movement that has repeatedly bucked the GOP leadership this year, a new Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll has found.

The tea-party movement has emerged as a potent force in American politics and the center of gravity within the GOP, a new Wall Street Journal/NBC poll finds. Jerry Seib discusses. Also, with higher car fuel-efficiency standards coming soon, Joe White discusses why we all might be driving Fiestas.

In the survey, 71% of Republicans described themselves as tea-party supporters, saying they had a favorable image of the movement or hoped tea- party candidates would do well in the Nov. 2 elections.

Already, the tea-party movement has helped to oust a number of incumbents and candidates backed by party leaders in this year's GOP primaries amid complaints that they lacked commitment to small-government principles. The poll findings suggest that the rising influence of the movement, with its push to cut spending and oppose the Democratic agenda, will drive the GOP to become more conservative and less willing to seek common ground on policy.

"These are essentially conservative Republicans who are very ticked-off people," said Republican pollster Bill McInturff, who conducted the survey with Democratic pollster Peter Hart.

If the Republicans win control of the House or Senate this fall, Mr. McInturff added, the survey shows "enormous amounts about how limited the interest is going to be in those new majorities to try to seek negotiation with the president or the Democratic leadership."

The poll found that tea-party supporters make up one-third of the voters most likely to cast ballots in November's midterm elections. This showed the movement "isn't a small little segment, but it is a huge part of what's driving 2010," Mr. Hart said.

                  http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748703882404575520252928390046.html

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#2) On October 20, 2010 at 12:34 AM, HarryCaraysGhost (99.74) wrote:

 

 Hey Varchild, posted this on Billytgs post-

Just throwin' this out there.

What would happen if my dream of a flat tax ever happenned?

I've been voting for any canditdate who proposed some sort of fiscal discipline or a flat tax, for almost two decades now.(unfortunately I don't think I've picked a winner in quite some time)

Wheres Ross Perot when you need him.

So what do you fellows think.

What's the Tea Partys stance on the flat tax.?

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#3) On October 20, 2010 at 12:47 PM, leohaas (33.95) wrote:

Good luck with that. If the GOP doesn't get you, I don't see how you are going to succeed. You have a fighting chance here, but only if you convince mainstream Republicans. To do that, though, you will have to make some compromises, mainly in the social and military area.

You will have to support them when they push anti-gay, anti-abortion, anti-immigration, anti-islam, and so on legislation. You will have to find some kind of compromise with them about war and military spending. See, the GOP is not so much in favor of small government: it is more in favor of government forcing pre-1960 values on people...

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#4) On October 20, 2010 at 1:43 PM, mtf00l (47.59) wrote:

@leohaas

Actually, the left and right of today are after the same things...

Money and Power.

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#5) On October 20, 2010 at 6:56 PM, SkepticalOx (99.46) wrote:

#4 - Yes, and like the so called "Tea Party" candidates aren't the same. Gimme a break.

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