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Walker Victory: This is What the Tea Party is About

ritewinger Wrote: Jun 09, 2012 7:37 AM
"All I see is a mirror image of the DNC.".................If that's all you see, you might try opening your eyes.....
oldnjal Wrote: Jun 09, 2012 8:19 AM
You will not shut Jindal, Walker and Daniels up, and they have given Hope to the disgusted and disenchanted Republicans, who see nothing but, same old, same old.
No Utopia, ever, just work, with people like Walker, but the direction is what counts, and his sort of America is sustainable. 3 years of lies, failure to be transparent, and dirty tricks, all 'for the poor, and children' has made the poor poorer, and more of them, and the children, the ones allowed to live, amazingly in debt, per capita, to China, our good buddy.
Watch the debt clock, and stop fulfilling the definition of insanity.
Scrap Iron in Texas Wrote: Jun 09, 2012 8:09 AM
I'm refering to the "establishment" of the RNC.
They so not want to change the status quo for fear of losing influence.
The big banks, the Biilderbergs, the NWO types.
THOSE are the ones in control.

Though it hasn't been celebrated as such, Scott Walker's victory in Wisconsin represents the full flowering of the tea party movement. It is also a sign -- among others -- that the Republican Party has recaptured its ideological core.

The tea partyers are often mischaracterized as extreme right-wingers. Thus, proponents of same-sex marriage or unrestricted abortion will invoke "tea party" elements as those most opposed to their efforts. That's off target. Though many in the movement may have conservative social views, those weren't the issues that spurred them to organize, demonstrate and vote.

No, the tea partyers --...