Tuesday, April 6, 2010


That's what we used to say in grade school when someone made a face and complained about the toxic aroma of a recent flatulence. And we would laugh and point at the complainer. It was an effective strategy for eleven and twelve year old boys then and a common tactic used by evil doers today when they are confronted with facts concerning their behavior.

The first one to play the race card is the racists, it never fails. Right now the commie/Marxist/leftist/Demonrats are combating their dreaded enemy, Truth! They have openly declared war on the Tea Party Movement. They called in the Sewer Rats, Slick Willie Clinton and James Snakehead Carville to wage a dirty tricks campaign on the Tea Party Movement. And never to be left out of a good mudslinging propaganda war of lies and deception, the Main Stream Media was quick to get into the act.

If you listened to the talking heads at MSNBC, CNN and NPR they would have you believe that the TPM is just a bunch of illiterate redneck Christian racists and not to be taken too seriously. Of the recent rally against Hapless Harry in his home berg of Searchlight, NV. the MSM reported that an unruly mob of approximately 700 protested. There were in fact over10,000 and in spite of much anger and resentment toward Mr. Reid, there were no incidents of violence.

The lying rat bastards are trying to portray the Tea Party Movement as being from the very fringe of society. They, who claim to be so sensitive, caring and opposed to any form of "hate" speech, are quick to call We the People names like; redneck and racist and have compared us to the anti-segregationists that marched in the 50's. We have been portrayed as inarticulate, potentially violent and merely Republicans in sheep's clothing or disgruntled pockets of conservatives blindly lashing out at a left-handed President Obama.

As for stereotypes, they're convenient and often catchy, especially for liberals who are hooked on sound-bites. But not necessarily true.

Fact Check: From The Los Angeles Times, April 5, 2010 Andrew Malcom

Now, comes a pair of polls, including Gallup, that paint a revealing detailed portrait of Tea Party supporters in most ways as pretty average Americans. A Sunday poll -- actually three national phone surveys of 1,000 registered voters -- found that 17% of all polled, or more than 500, called themselves "part of the Tea Party movement."

"It's a good sample size," David Winston, polling director of the Winston Group that did the poll for an education advocacy group, told the Ballot Box blog of The Hill newspaper.

The Tea Party adherents broke down 28% independent, 17% Democrat and only 57% Republican. Not coincidentally, this bipartisan breakdown has been the way that Tea Party favorite Sarah Palin has often described movement members as "commonsense Americans" worried and....

...angered by the over-reaching one-party control of Democrats in Washington these last 15 months, rooted initially in opposition to Obama's $787 billion government economic stimulus package.

A new Gallup Poll out this morning of 1,033 finds nothing fringe about self-proclaimed Tea Party adherents; they are slightly more likely to be employed, male and definitely more conservative. But otherwise Gallup's Lydia Saad writes, "their age, educational background, employment status, and race -- Tea Partiers are quite representative of the public at large."

While economic issues like stubbornly high unemployment rates and declining home values cause widespread worries, Winston found top issues among the self-identified Tea Party followers are jobs/the economy and the exploding federal deficit. A whopping 95% told pollsters that Washington "Democrats are taxing, spending and borrowing too much."

Fully 87% told Gallup they oppose Obama's healthcare legislation.

The Winston poll says 80% of total Tea Party supporters dislike Obama's job performance, a higher negative rate even than the 77% of Republicans who disapprove of the ex-state senator's White House work.

We have a long way to go before November and so much to do. We the People of the Tea Party Movement are truly the "commonsense Americans" and we want to take back what belong to us. It was given to us by our forefathers and God Almighty!

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