Obama 44% — Tea Party 48%

April 5, 2010

On major issues, 48% of voters say that the average Tea Party member is closer to their views than President Barack Obama. The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey found that 44% hold the opposite view and believe the president’s views are closer to their own.

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Killer Whales Are Tea Partiers

February 25, 2010

I wonder does he think other attendees are seals?

DEFINE ASTROTURFING : Anti-Tea Party, Democrat’s New ACORN: The Anti-Tea Party Slush Fund Is Up And Running

February 10, 2010

Fox News reports “Anti-Tea Party Web Site Part of Scheme to Funnel Funds” persists on covering news others don’t. It seems FNC has uncovered  a major scam to funnel money to anti-tea party groups by the Vast Leftwing Conspiracy:

A seemingly grassroots organization that’s mounted an online campaign to counter the tea party movement is actually the front end of an elaborate scheme that funnels funds — including sizable labor union contributions — through the offices of a prominent Democratic party lawyer. A Web site popped up in January dedicated to preventing the tea party’s “radical” and “dangerous” ideas from “gaining legislative traction,” targeting GOP candidates in Illinois for the firing squad.

But how does this happen? It apparently is legal, albeit deceitful:

Here’s how it works: What appears like a local groundswell is in fact the creation of two men — Craig Varoga and George Rakis, Democratic Party strategists who have set up a number of so-called 527 groups, the non-profit election organizations that hammer on contentious issues (think Swift Boats, for example).

Varoga and Rakis keep a central mailing address in Washington, pulling in soft money contributions from unions and other well-padded sources to engage in what amounts to a legal laundering system. The money — tens of millions of dollars — gets circulated around to different states by the 527s, which pay for TV ads, Internet campaigns and lobbyist salaries, all while keeping the hands of the unions clean — for the most part.

Fox has the list of donors, which comprises a set of interlocking slush-type funds that pay for the anti–Tea Party campaign. The largest of these is the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME,) which has kicked in a total of $9.9M in a single year to two funds that provide the cash for the non-grassroots movement.

Yes — government workers’ money is being used to try and fend off Tea Party protesters.

Democrats, they always think giving money to political hacks is the path to victory. But money doesn’t buy you energized, motivated people, something they never learn. It’s just devious.

If you want to keep track of the new ACORN, site is here.

Too Late To Apologize

February 6, 2010

America will not walk freely to your Hugo Chavez pit.

Vote all the Democrats out of office this November.

Rubio, Rubio, Rubio

January 12, 2010

Charlie Crist’s home county GOP prefers Marco Rubio for senate — Among the many indignities Charlie Crist has faced over last several rocky months, this one hit home.

Republican party activists in his own county of Pinellas, many of whom have been campaigning alongside  Crist for years, on Monday overwhelmingly declared that they prefer Marco Rubio for U.S. Senate. The 106-54  “straw poll” vote is officially meaningless, but a giant symbolic blow for Crist.

After all, many of people lining up to cast secret ballots against Crist Monday night at Tucson’s restaurant were the party activists who know him best.

“I volunteered for Charlie for nine years. I love Charlie as a person. If he was here, I would give him a big hug. He actually called me about this (straw poll) yesterday,’’ said Wilna Varney of Largo, who voted for Rubio. “But I’m a more conservative person and I’m going to support the more conservative candidate.”

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Freedom Convoy

September 13, 2009

Good old boy ass kicking fun video …

This following video resulted from a Mom in Alabama asking her high school son to help with a commercial for the Tea Party she was involved in organizing. Boy, does it slam the message home. Very impressive.
Here is her note:

“I asked Justin if he could help me make a commercial for my group’s Tea Party. He sat down at the laptop for about an hour, and then brought this to me and asked, ‘is this okay, Mom?’ After I finished watching it, my stomach was in my throat.

Everyone that I have sent it to has really enjoyed it, so I wanted my friends to see it. I am so proud!”
A very powerful video…turn up the sound & sit back…!!!

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