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Lets see, you say that the Tea Party is racist, yet in Urban areas, the Tea Party is growing, yes the Urban areas I am speaking about are those in the Black Community.
Showing your ignorance of the English language,H.0.M.0. = Human. Phobic = Fear Of, so to say that the Tea Party is this, is completely off base.
Our goal is to keep "THESE Citizens" in there place? I think not, the policies of those on the left
have placed these individuals there with a promise that they will be taken care of, and seeing how
well government takes care of things, the results is what you see in the Inner Cities, and with
our education system.
We, yes, the TEA Party wish to see these individuals out of the situation that the government put
them in, and the only way to do that is with the Free Market system, and letting the States and Local
communities take care of the Education System. Before Carter and the Department of Education,
America lead the way in Education, this is when the States and Local Communities took control
on what was really important in the students curriculum, since the Dept of Ed, Social Engineering
has been the agenda of the schools, and not the basics, nor Critical Thinking being taught.
There are so many issues that the TEA Party wishes to address, but for the time being, it's mostly
Taxes, Spending, and the Federal Reserve.
Left /Right Paradigm, and see it for what it really is.
We as a people must elect persons with Virtue, and Principles, as our founding fathers stated
when writing the constitution. That is what the people within the TEA Party are looking for and will
support, not R.I.N.O.s like Lugar, who would prefer us to be slaves to the ruling elite, who think they
know better then we do, what is best for us.
John above really needs to understand what Individual Accountability means, and not Collective
or Central Planning for a mass of people. When Government gets involved, things go terribly wrong.
responsibilities of the individuals acts. The laws that have been passed by congress are designed
to take away that individuals personal responsibilities, and punish all for the errors of one or two
individuals. Just as regulations are designed to stifle small business.
If you have time read "The Law" by Fredrick Bastiat, it's only fifty five pages long, but very informative.
"The alternate domination of one faction over another, sharpened by the spirit of revenge, natural to party dissension, which in different ages and countries has perpetrated the most horrid enormities, is itself a frightful despotism. But this leads at length to a more formal and permanent despotism. The disorders and miseries, which result, gradually incline the minds of men to seek security and repose in the absolute power of an individual; and sooner or later the chief of some prevailing faction, more able or more fortunate than his competitors, turns this disposition to the purposes of his own elevation, on the ruins of Public Liberty."
— George Washington
to take the red one, or continue to hit the snooze button and wake up in the middle of a nightmare in progress.
that is slow going, as I have been working 50 + hours a week. I don't mind that though, as I am getting my bills
paid, and investing in a couple Physical Commodities.
Type in Hardin Montana
by Michael Tennant
Saturday, 11 December 2010
The media response to the appointment of Rep. Ron Paul (R-Texas) to the chairmanship of the House Domestic Monetary Policy Subcommittee has been swift and — somewhat surprisingly — mostly positive. Perhaps it is due to the fact that public opinion has been turning against the Federal Reserve, Paul’s longtime target that is overseen by his subcommittee.
A Bloomberg poll released on December 9 revealed that 39 percent of Americans believe the Fed needs more oversight and that 16 percent think it should be abolished outright. The percentage of Americans favoring abolition of the Fed has doubled in the past two months, undoubtedly spurred largely by recent revelations of $3 trillion in Fed bailouts of corporations and foreign banks. As Reason editor-in-chief Matt Welch told his colleague David Weigel:
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