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Tea Party Agenda: Smaller Government

Posted by B. Daniel Blatt at 9:00 pm - April 3, 2010.
Filed under: Freedom,Media Bias,Tea Party

Scan the editorial pages of some of this country’s major dailies and you’ll come away with the impression that the most energetic political movement in the United States to have emerged since Obama took office is a bunch of angry racist red necks, lead by white men berating Barney Frank not for his big-government policies, but for his attraction to members of his own sex.

As Matt Carden, one of our readers put it, the media coverage of the Tea Parties is like social conservatives’ coverage of Gay Pride marches.  They show us the freaks and call it the mainstream.

Well, today, via Glenn Reynolds, comes a piece of even-handed reporting on this movement which has galvanized hundreds of thousands, perhaps millions of freedom-loving Americans.  Those reporters who look at the Tea Party movement without prejudice find that instead of representing an amalgamation of angry right-wing freaks instead represents the mainstream of Americans.

In his piece for the Christian Science Monitor, Patrik Jonsson reminds us that, “polls show that the anger at big government exhibited by tea party protesters is shared by many, if not most, Americans“:

A Pew poll in early March found 71 percent of Americans “dissatisfied with the way things are going in the country today,” while a CNN poll showed that 56 percent of Americans are more than just discontented with Washington. Instead, that majority of respondents agreed that the government is “so large and powerful that it poses an immediate threat to rights and freedoms of ordinary citizens.”

Moreover, Paul Krugman’s fulminations notwithstanding, the Tea Party agenda does not include rolling back the Civil or Voting Rights Acts, but focuses on holding the line on the growth of government and its regulatory sweep:

What’s more, the release this week of the top three planks of the “crowd-sourced” Contract From America project, to some activists, shows a maturation from sign-wielding protesters to a political reform movement grounded in ideas.

The top three vote-getters among 360,000 respondents on the Contract From America website: Calling for an enumerated powers act to force lawmakers to check the constitionality of new laws; requiring a two-thirds majority in Congress for any tax hike; and a legislative backstop to prevent the EPA from “backdoor regulating.”

Looks like they left out gay-bashing too.

One day we may have to psychoanalyze the Krugmans and other Tea Party bashers to understand their refusal to understand the ideas of their adversaries–or even recognize that their adversaries have ideas which do not play into their own stereotypes of right-wingers hating the other.

They just can’t let go of their prejudice of right-wing maleficence and malice.  They’re not reporting on the Tea Party agenda, but instead describing that prejudice–what they presume opponents of Obama to be.

They should take a cue from Patrik Jonsson and actually report on the phenomenon rather than attempting to exorcize their animosities and project their prejudices.

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  1. One day we may have to psychoanalyze the Krugmans and other Tea Party bashers to understand their refusal to understand the ideas of their adversaries….

    There is a world of difference between “refusing to understand” and an “inability to understand.” I believe that the Krugmans and fellow bashers are so viscerally engaged in their elitist smack down of so many good Americans because it feeds a psychological need for them. I do not think this is a matter of “will” so much as it is a function of psychological obsession/dysfunction.

    These people are able to minimize nearly any character flaws among their cohorts, but they are fast out of the gate to label those they oppose with the worst names of contempt.

    In the case of Obama, it is clear that the liberals are the ones who were not ready to have a black President. If Obama were just a man, it would be possible to criticize him on ideological and political grounds. But liberals are so invested in having Obama succeed in his black skin, that they resort to charges of racism when their number one model of Affirmative Action is criticized.

    So much in the liberal agenda is based on government dependency and social engineering that liberals can not permit an honest assessment of the efficacy of their programs. That is to say, they will not admit to failure or any hint of weakness.

    Comment by heliotrope — April 3, 2010 @ 10:40 pm - April 3, 2010

  2. Daniel I disagree with you on one point.. I do believe the MSM and the DNC are indeed gay-bashing. It’s just not manifesting itself in the criticism of the Tea Partiers.

    How many times over the last week have we heard reports of a few RNC members spending money on simulated Lesbian sex acts…… with the emphasis being on the term “Lesbian”??????? How many vitriolic references does the left have to spew about alternative lifestyles before the LGBT community wakes up and realizes the only reason we’re courted is to cut their hair, decorate their homes…. and every few years for some cash and a vote?

    In the words of Chris Matthews, “Members of the RNC have been dropping money on a Lesbian Bondage Theme Club”. Yet no one on the left is reporting how the DNC spent twice as much money at a heterosexually flavored pole dancing revue at Josephine’s in Washington DC…..

    I learned my lesson about the Dems over 40 years ago, when the police raided the bars in Chicago, beat us up, tossed our collective asses in the back of paddy wagons carted us off to jail and prosecuted us on Monday morning after they’d made sure our names were spelled correctly on the front page of the Sunday Edition.

    Yet it never failed, even after so many lives had been destroyed, when election time rolled around the Democratic Machine in Chicago still had the balls to come courtin the boys and girls asking us to ante up while strongly reminding us to vote for a democrat.

    I’ve always voted Republican because I am a conservative, both fiscally and socially…… Growing up we were taught to do for ourselves, so I’ve never required much from my government.. Hell the less I see of them the better off I feel …I’ve learned to keep things simple, work hard and always play by the rules… Ya know telling the truth always seems to work best for me….I guess it’s cause remembering what the truth is when you have to is a helluva lot easier.

    Comment by Spartann — April 4, 2010 @ 12:32 am - April 4, 2010

  3. The Tea Party Convention – and the wing nuts who always show up at tea party rallies – show that it is about much more then small gov. Why else would Tom Tancredo call for the racially charged “literacy test” for voters at the Tea Party Convention? Why else would Joseph Farah lead the birther charge at the Tea Party Convention? Why else would Rick Scarborough go after homosexuals at the Tea Party Convention?

    Dan its evident that you and a few other Conservative Coastal Elites want this to be about small government. But the fact is, your abstract ideas of smaller government got hijacked and now the Tea Party has become a social conservative movement with small government lip service.

    It’s the same as it always has been, Conservatives talk about small government, but to them that means lower taxes with the same amount of gov services and your base is pacified by social conservative policies.

    Comment by gillie — April 4, 2010 @ 8:50 am - April 4, 2010

  4. yeah, smaller government: one that will tell women what they can and cannot do with their bodies; one that tells people who they can and cannot marry; one that tells people how and when they can die. Yep, smaller government.

    Oh, it’s going to be a LONG, LONG, LONG decade for your repugnants.

    Comment by buckeyenutlover — April 4, 2010 @ 8:54 am - April 4, 2010

  5. Ah, isn’ it cute when gilly and bnl sputter in impotent rage because they can’t refute your points.

    gillie, surely then you need to let go your racist attitudes, since, using your logic, everyone who supports the adminsitration believes in intimidation at the polls.

    Comment by The_Livewire — April 4, 2010 @ 9:02 am - April 4, 2010

  6. gillie and knucklebuttcover travel in pairs. Apparently, gillie is the dominator as it goes first and four minutes later chucklenutslobber cleans up with a chorus of Ding Dong My Brain is Dead.

    I can appreciate why gillie is frightened of a literacy test and how scared he is of Obama simply producing his birth certificate and how desperately he needs coastal conservative elites who scorn the liberal heartland flyover country.

    gillie and Yakeyedgutflopper are doing everyone a great service. They prove that being a Kos Kid is idiot’s work and it feeds their need to go naked in public.

    Comment by heliotrope — April 4, 2010 @ 9:47 am - April 4, 2010

  7. “yeah, smaller government: one that will tell women what they can and cannot do with their bodies; one that tells people who they can and cannot marry; one that tells people how and when they can die.”

    There it is in a nutshell, for me, People like buckeyenutlover clearly have no faith in their fellow citizens. We’re all simply a bunch of Cro Magnons and always will be, and we NEED the government to legislate every part of our lives since of course, the citizenry would never consent to doing what’s “right”.
    I had someone I love say recently that if it were up to the citizens, blacks would still be slaves. And he truly believed it!
    And he and buckeyenutlover will continue to preach that they come from the idealogy of love, faith and hope.

    Comment by Bobbie — April 4, 2010 @ 10:55 am - April 4, 2010

  8. “People like buckeyenutlover clearly have no faith in their fellow citizens.”

    You do know that the founders also had no faith in their fellow citizens, don’t you?
    Checks and balances was created in order to protect against the whim of the horde.

    Thankfully, since 2002 a great surge has taken place in this country, where the Dems were elected to control 2 out of 3 of the branches of Gov. Thus real change and reformation of our health care system was finally possible. – Something we have been working toward for the last 60 years!

    Comment by gillie — April 4, 2010 @ 11:36 am - April 4, 2010

  9. “I can appreciate why gillie is frightened of a literacy test…”

    Do you know the history of this country at all? Do you know that this “test” was used to keep people of color from voting?

    Thankfully American Heroes, like John Lewis – who you degrade as a liar – stood up under great hatred, vitriol and name calling and showed more courage than you or I will ever know and changed that system.

    Now you and your Tea Party cohorts yearn to go back to those days.

    Shame.

    Comment by gillie — April 4, 2010 @ 11:43 am - April 4, 2010

  10. Ah, so you’ve seen the proof that he wasn’t lying gillie?

    Please link to it or shut the hell up.

    Funny that you scream to high heaven about protection from the tyrany of the majority, then celebrate that the majority did something vastly unpopular. But hey, consistancy from you is like accuracy from Tano. Not going to happen.

    Comment by The_Livewire — April 4, 2010 @ 11:57 am - April 4, 2010

  11. “then celebrate that the majority did something vastly unpopular”

    If you have been working for a reform for the last 60 years, talk about it during the campaign, then you have the majority, of course you are going to do it and be happy about it.

    If republicans ran on “repeal medicare” “repeal social security” then they win, of course they would try to do that.
    But of course, they never would run on those platforms.

    Comment by gillie — April 4, 2010 @ 12:04 pm - April 4, 2010

  12. “Ah, so you’ve seen the proof that he wasn’t lying gillie?”

    When the proof the atrocity must come from perpetrator, I have no doubt that poof will be hard to find.

    This is a man who stood up to crowds, fought for equality, been called the n-word countless of times by hundreds of evil racists in our country’s past. Now he says he heard it again just a few days ago, I believe him over the people who have very much to gain to hide the evidence if it even exists.

    Comment by gillie — April 4, 2010 @ 12:11 pm - April 4, 2010

  13. Silly, gillie, only knows and quotes convenient history.

    The states set voting requirements for the first 100 years. Property ownership was once a requirement in many states. Women could not vote in most states. Literacy was required in a majority of states.

    When the Democrats hunkered down after the Civil War and tried to keep the black man from the polls, they smacked them with unreasonable literacy tests. Shame on the Democrats, but that was then.

    We require people becoming citizens to speak English and pass a citizenship test. We have spent huge sums on public education, special education, welfare assistance, and Affirmative Action.

    Why do you assume that black people can not read and would be locked out of the polls?

    Is there a reason you set the bar so low? Would it hinder illegal aliens that ACORN trucks to the polls from voting a few times on election day? Does it spoil your crooked, low-life scheme?

    Comment by heliotrope — April 4, 2010 @ 12:33 pm - April 4, 2010

  14. Re: DNC & Josephine’s…Someone has misinformed you as to the nature of this Washington night spot. Any pole dancing there is likely to be done by Dana Perino, who is known to frequent J’s. It is a very expensive, trendy, A list, DC establishment. DEE

    Comment by DEE — April 4, 2010 @ 12:39 pm - April 4, 2010

  15. At least now we know what bnl was doing over the weekend.

    and lets look at gillie for a moment.

    According to him, if someone accuses you, with out proof, you must be guilty. He admits that he’s seen no proof of this accusation.

    Therefore, I accuse gillie of eating babies. I have no proof, but by the gillie standard, he’s guilty of baby easting.

    Comment by The_Livewire — April 4, 2010 @ 12:40 pm - April 4, 2010

  16. Oh, and here’s proof for that baby eater, gillie that it didn’t happen.

    Comment by The_Livewire — April 4, 2010 @ 12:47 pm - April 4, 2010

  17. “Therefore, I accuse gillie of eating babies”

    Great!
    Now if you had the “baby eating” credibility built up like John Lewis has, it might be taken seriously.

    Do you?

    Helio – It has nothing to do with who might pass, or who might fail, it has everything to do with the evil history behind the term.

    Your lack of understanding in this matter is appalling.

    Comment by gillie — April 4, 2010 @ 12:54 pm - April 4, 2010

  18. so says the baby eater.

    Comment by The_Livewire — April 4, 2010 @ 2:21 pm - April 4, 2010

  19. Speaking of weird psychological needs, why does gillie keep coming here? His silly comments are defeated every time. Does he like the attention?

    Comment by ILoveCapitalism — April 4, 2010 @ 2:37 pm - April 4, 2010

  20. Helio – It has nothing to do with who might pass, or who might fail, it has everything to do with the evil history behind the term.

    Blabber, blabber, spin spin spin.

    Why do you think skin color determines one’s ability to read and write, gillie?

    Why do you insist that minority members could not pass a literacy test?

    Do you consider it racist that people who are going for citizenship in this country are required to pass one, gillie?

    Answer the questions instead of whining, racist.

    Comment by North Dallas Thirty — April 4, 2010 @ 2:51 pm - April 4, 2010

  21. When the proof the atrocity must come from perpetrator, I have no doubt that poof will be hard to find.

    Wrong, little fascist gillie.

    John Lewis must provide the evidence, since he made the accusation. That’s the way our system works — no one is compelled to testify against themselves, and the accuser must provide proof.

    But of course, racists like you and John Lewis ignore that because John Lewis has black skin. According to the racist Obama Party, black skin means you are always right. Character doesn’t matter, only that you have black skin.

    Why does John Lewis believe that black skin puts him above the law? Why do you support the proven racist beliefs of John Lewis?

    Comment by North Dallas Thirty — April 4, 2010 @ 2:56 pm - April 4, 2010

  22. This is a man who stood up to crowds, fought for equality, been called the n-word countless of times by hundreds of evil racists in our country’s past.

    Which is why he supports and endorses this behavior.

    Funny how John Lewis doesn’t see anything wrong with slurs against white people and trying to intimidate them from voting. Then again, that’s no surprise; John Lewis is a racist who says that black skin matters more than the content of character.

    And also, isn’t it funny how gillie and his fellow gay liberals, who call black people the n-word all the time, suddenly are against it?

    Comment by North Dallas Thirty — April 4, 2010 @ 3:03 pm - April 4, 2010

  23. Speaking of weird psychological needs, why does gillie keep coming here? His silly comments are defeated every time. Does he like the attention?

    I think a great deal of it has to do with the fact that GPW is a) Jewish, b) gay, c) white, and d) not toeing the Obama Party line.

    That is intolerable in the racist and homophobic Obama Party, which believes that Jews and gays are their subhuman pets.

    Comment by North Dallas Thirty — April 4, 2010 @ 3:14 pm - April 4, 2010

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  26. That is intolerable in the racist and homophobic Obama Party, which believes that Jews and gays are their subhuman pets.

    Then explain why the vast majority of Jews vote Democratic.

    Then explain why only five members of the CBC voted for the FMA and why only three voted against ENDA.

    Black “homophobia” to the contrary, most black elected officials recognize gay rights as the next stage in the civil rights movement, and thus fight hard for equality.

    Meanwhile, white evangelicals campaign on stripping gays of rights and forever making them second-class citizens. It’s a sad fact that in the majority of states, simply being in favor of equality is political poison.

    This is the fight. Never have the lines been clearer between those would lift gays up and those who would push them down, and this is a fight that must be won-as the American evangelicals who wrote the Ugandan anti-gay bill would like to introduce one in this country next.

    Comment by Lloyd — April 5, 2010 @ 9:15 am - April 5, 2010

  27. More on the fight of gillies ‘unassailable’ John Lewis.

    “The greatest trick the Devil ever did was to convince people he doesn’t exist.”

    “The greatest trick the Democrats ever did was to convince people they promote civil rights.”

    Lloyd, I’d ask you to give examples of ‘civil rights’ that ‘white evangelicals’ are stripping. But hey, that would require facts.

    Comment by The_Livewire — April 5, 2010 @ 10:54 am - April 5, 2010

  28. Then explain why the vast majority of Jews vote Democratic.

    Because the Obama Party lies.

    Fortunately, with their attacks and the rhetoric being spewed by Obama supporters like Reverend Wright about how the evil “Jews” are keeping him from talking to Obama, that false facade is harder and harder to maintain.

    Then explain why only five members of the CBC voted for the FMA and why only three voted against ENDA.

    ENDA is an admittance that gays and lesbians are subhuman, inferior, and incompetent, so it’s no surprise that they would vote for it.

    And as for “marriage equality”, then why were gay liberals like yourself screaming the n-word at all the people who voted against Proposition 8, Lloyd?

    Meanwhile, white evangelicals campaign on stripping gays of rights and forever making them second-class citizens. It’s a sad fact that in the majority of states, simply being in favor of equality is political poison.

    Actually, it’s not sad at all.

    You see, Lloyd, what is sad is that gays and lesbians like yourself can’t tell the difference between heterosexuality and homosexuality.

    I’ll give you a hint; none of you gay-sex marriage supporters are the result of two sperm or two eggs joining together. You wouldn’t exist if it wasn’t for the basis of heterosexuality — the difference between genders.

    No one is preventing you from marrying someone of the opposite gender. You simply choose not to do so. That’s your choice; accept the consequences.

    Comment by North Dallas Thirty — April 5, 2010 @ 1:31 pm - April 5, 2010

  29. This is the fight. Never have the lines been clearer between those would lift gays up and those who would push them down, and this is a fight that must be won-as the American evangelicals who wrote the Ugandan anti-gay bill would like to introduce one in this country next.

    Yup.

    Those who push gays down are the Obama Party, who sees gays as nothing more than subhuman plantation slaves who are dependent on the government for everything.

    Those who lift gays up are conservatives who demand that, if gays like Lloyd want benefits, they work for them, take responsibility, and follow the rules.

    The Obama Party is trying, as it usually does, to insist that all Christians and white people want to murder gays, and of course, Lloyd is stupid enough to believe them.

    Why are you a racist and anti-religious bigot, Lloyd? Why do you say that all white people and Christians want to kill gays? Is that what your liar Obama tells you to say?

    Comment by North Dallas Thirty — April 5, 2010 @ 1:35 pm - April 5, 2010

  30. ENDA is an admittance that gays and lesbians are subhuman, inferior, and incompetent, so it’s no surprise that they would vote for it.

    No, it’s about giving a historically discriminated minority protection. It affirms that they are equal citizens deserving of the equal protection of the law.

    And as for “marriage equality”, then why were gay liberals like yourself screaming the n-word at all the people who voted against Proposition 8, Lloyd?

    An unfortunate flare of tensions based on one misleading exit poll.


    Those who push gays down are the Obama Party, who sees gays as nothing more than subhuman plantation slaves who are dependent on the government for everything.

    Or as equal citizens whose commitments to their faithful partners are recognized by the government.

    Those who lift gays up are conservatives who demand that, if gays like Lloyd want benefits, they work for them, take responsibility, and follow the rules.

    Or who stay in the closet, don’t criticize the status quo. Or who put getting Daddy’s inheritance money ahead of the plight of their gay brothers and lesbian sisters who don’t have a vice president for a father.

    The Obama Party is trying, as it usually does, to insist that all Christians and white people want to murder gays, and of course, Lloyd is stupid enough to believe them. Why are you a racist and anti-religious bigot, Lloyd? Why do you say that all white people and Christians want to kill gays? Is that what your liar Obama tells you to say?

    No, it’s because Christians insist that gays live shorter lives, that their lifestyles are inherently unhealthy, that they cannot truly feel anything but lust, and that they’re the ones doing the discrimination.

    Comment by Lloyd — April 6, 2010 @ 11:11 am - April 6, 2010

  31. poor poor Lloyd,

    So oblivious to facts.

    You do realize that those tolerant and loving Democrats voted for DOMA? That the President has said Marriage is between one man and one woman?

    You do realize you have the same rights that every other American has? I note you’ve not risen to my challenge earlier. So now we have you clamoring for ‘rights’ you can’t even define as being denied you.

    Comment by The_Livewire — April 6, 2010 @ 12:45 pm - April 6, 2010

  32. It affirms that they are equal citizens deserving of the equal protection of the law.

    Except that heterosexuals have no employment protection whatsoever based on their sexual orientation, and can be fired at any time for being heterosexual.

    So what you want isn’t “equality”, Lloyd; it’s special treatment. You are a failure who cannot succeed under regular rules, so you need the government to tear other people down to make you look better.

    An unfortunate flare of tensions based on one misleading exit poll.

    Or, more precisely, proof that gay liberals like you are racists.

    Or as equal citizens whose commitments to their faithful partners are recognized by the government.

    Except that gays and lesbians openly mock and bash faithfulness and monogamy.

    I agree with Katz when he says that monogamy is “one of the pillars of heterosexual marriage and perhaps its key source of trauma.” It’s almost impossible for two people to be all things to each other sexually, and the expectation that two people can or should be all things to each other sexually — that they should never find another person attractive or act on that attraction — does a great deal of harm. Human beings didn’t evolve to be monogamous, and everything from divorce rates to recent impeachment proceedings prove, I think, that the expectation of lifelong monogamy places an incredible strain on a marriage.

    Next:

    Or who stay in the closet, don’t criticize the status quo.

    Which is what gays and lesbians call anyone who doesn’t embrace their belief that taking children to sex fairs dressed as sexual slaves is a good idea.

    Or who put getting Daddy’s inheritance money ahead of the plight of their gay brothers and lesbian sisters who don’t have a vice president for a father.

    Why should Mary Cheney put her neck on the line for those who support child sexualization and spit on monogamy and faithfulness? Better yet, why should Mary Cheney give a damn about gays and lesbians who are wishing death on her and her child?

    No, it’s because Christians insist that gays live shorter lives, that their lifestyles are inherently unhealthy, that they cannot truly feel anything but lust, and that they’re the ones doing the discrimination.

    Which is hilarious, as Lloyd at the next mention of Ronald Reagan will be whining about how awful it is that so many gay people died because of their choice to have promiscuous disease-spreading sex.

    Comment by North Dallas Thirty — April 7, 2010 @ 3:10 am - April 7, 2010

  33. More examples of Lewis fear mongering.

    Comment by The_Livewire — April 7, 2010 @ 8:32 am - April 7, 2010

  34. ND30, you list only individual couples. Do you honestly think that all gay parents are like the two idiots who put dog collars on their kids and took them to the FSF? Do you honestly think that all gays are like the writer who spoke out against monogamy?

    Why should Mary Cheney put her neck on the line for those who support child sexualization and spit on monogamy and faithfulness?

    Let’s see.

    Her partner has no legal relationship to her or their children.

    Even if they did, they would be ineligible for federal benefits thanks to the DOMA that all but one Republican (who was gay) voted for.

    Now it’s not an issue for her since she has the money to afford whatever lawyers she needs, but it is an issue for other couples who are not as fortunate.

    Better yet, why should Mary Cheney give a damn about gays and lesbians who are wishing death on her and her child?

    It’s indeed horrible to wish death on a child, but have you considered the possibility that the one guy who said it was a right-wing troll?

    Look at it from the community’s perspective. Here you have a woman whose father is big in perhaps the most anti-gay administration in recent history, and she refused to loudly and publicly speak out against the hate, the discrimination, and the vileness of it all. She had an opportunity to destroy the lies of the religious right, and she didn’t take it. Death is extreme, but she failed to come through.
    _ _ _ _
    Now look at DOMA for what the right will sink to.

    It was done in an election year to not only make gays and lesbians second-class citizens, but to potentially destroy Democrats. Clinton and congressional Democrats were forced with the agonizing decision to either pass the hateful law or give their opponents ammunition.

    Sadly, too many Democrats from swing districts gave in, as did Clinton. But it was the right who wrote the bill in the first place.

    Comment by Lloyd — April 7, 2010 @ 1:32 pm - April 7, 2010

  35. Oh, I love the hypocrisy.

    Clinton and congressional Democrats were forced with the agonizing decision to either pass the hateful law or give their opponents ammunition.

    Sadly, too many Democrats from swing districts gave in, as did Clinton. But it was the right who wrote the bill in the first place.

    But then what does Lloyd demand of other people?

    Here you have a woman whose father is big in perhaps the most anti-gay administration in recent history, and she refused to loudly and publicly speak out against the hate, the discrimination, and the vileness of it all. She had an opportunity to destroy the lies of the religious right, and she didn’t take it. Death is extreme, but she failed to come through.

    So let us repeat: Lloyd excuses Obama Party members for actions that he uses to justify wishing a conservative person and their children dead.

    It’s indeed horrible to wish death on a child, but have you considered the possibility that the one guy who said it was a right-wing troll?

    No, because that person is a regular commenter on the site from which they were quoted who openly and completely supports and endorses the Obama Party and gay promiscuity.

    You’re just desperately spinning now because you won’t hold another gay person accountable for their hatred and bad behavior. That shows what a pathetic liar and hypocrite you are.

    Comment by North Dallas Thirty — April 7, 2010 @ 2:43 pm - April 7, 2010

  36. I have been investigating the Tea Party more. I will absolutely not join any Tea Party in Kentucky. They are NOT about smaller government. I was worried all Tea Parties were this way; however, I see a new Tea Party Federation that seems promising. I hope they help shut down the pseudo-conservative Tea Parties like those in Kentucky.

    Comment by James Younce — April 10, 2010 @ 8:33 pm - April 10, 2010

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