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The Tea Party 2.0

VigilantWingnut Wrote: Jan 10, 2013 9:48 AM
"I don’t care about Bob and Ted wanting to marry in Maine. I do care if both are responsible, legal, tax paying citizens who have health insurance and are not reliant upon the Government for any entitlements or federal subsidies. As a Conservative Christian, I might not agree with legal homosexual marriage, but as a Tea Partier, my personal values should not be apart of my argument." Yes your personal values SHOULD Scottie, because WE WILL be subsidizing their lifestyle, and the risks associated with it. We WILL be paying a portion of their health insurance because government law will forbid health insurance companies from charging homosexuals more for health and life insurance than heterosexuals. This is just one example.
Auspex Wrote: Jan 10, 2013 11:02 AM
I'm gay, and I promise you, you are NOT subsidizing my life-style at all. In fact, if you are getting ANYTHING from the government - social security, Medicare, whatever; then I'M SUBSIDIZING YOU! I pay my taxes and I don't get sqwat from the government, nor do I want it.

You need to get back to real American values and keep your big nose and peeping eyeballs out of other private citizen's bedrooms is what you need to do.
Marie150 Wrote: Jan 10, 2013 11:21 AM
He is not peeping. He disagrees with you. That does not make him a peeper. Homosexuals are diseased people in many ways. Perhaps you are not. But most are. Homosexuality is a diseased lifestyle.

A new poll by Rasmussen Reports found that only 8% of Americans now identified themselves as members of the Tea Party.  While that still equals more then 25 million people, this is a startling drop from the 24% who answered same question just 4 years ago.  Of course, the liberal media in this country were first to publicize the poll results.  I could almost hear the chorus of left wing politicos singing, “Ding Dong the Tea Party is Dead,” while giving each other high fives.

Why would someone identify himself or herself as a Tea Party member these days with a label...