Still Not Getting The Tea Party Movement

I read here that Newt Gingrich said the tea party should reach out to the NAACP to have town hall meetings. This is just further evidence that Newt has no clue what the tea party movement is about. If you don’t go you aren’t getting it.

First, people involved in the tea party movement have no desire to start chumming around with a racist organization like the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. Colored People? Exclusively? It just doesn’t get any more racist than that.

Next, if we were to have a town hall meeting, that in itself brings a whole set of problems. We are not an organization so who does the speaking for us? Do we get together and spend millions of dollars to have an election? I don’t think so. Sorry, we are not here for that purpose. If you don’t like it join the NAACP.

Let me see if I can spell it out for those of you still not getting it. Just because it’s called a tea party does not, I repeat, not, mean we are a political party. People from all political parties attend tea party events. We voice our concerns in a civil fashion. We are working men and women who are simply working toward a common goal, taking our country back from the riff-raff that has attached itself like a parasite to our gubmint.

Come November we hope to give the parasites a shock. Then in 2012 we hope to finish the job. From then on we will stay vigilant to the developments in the gubmint so this doesn’t happen again. One hundred years of liberal feces that has been dumped on us won’t go away overnight but we intend to stay the course regardless of who calls us what. Until next time, screw environmentalists.

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2 Responses to “Still Not Getting The Tea Party Movement”

  1. Dogmeat Says:

    I want to take this opportunity to thank the Tea Party for electing Massachusetts Republican Scott Brown since he voted for the Financial Reform Bill and help the President of the United States with another legislative victory, thank you Tea Party. Have you heard of “Unintended Consequences” or “Blowback”? Was he working for the Tea Party, himself or our Country, hmmm only you can answer this one?

    The problem is this. Tea Party candidates will win a number of these congressional races because local districts are often safely partisan in nature. They can make their wild, unfounded claims, crazy accusations, etc., and win. That means not only are we likely to see an increase in Republican seats in both houses, we’re likely to see more antics, more insanity, more stupidity. At the same time they’re going to do everything they can to derail Obama’s policies which will likely mean high unemployment, a moribund economy, and more compromises on policy positions that make no one happy.

    That could literally mean that if the Republicans put up a legitimate candidate in 2012, they could win. Such a result is bad enough, but the likely response for the Democrats is to move further to the “middle” to placate voters. As we’ve seen over the last decade, the “middle” in American politics is basically on the verge of being an 80s Republican. Increasingly that means we’ll have a political landscape of a conservative party and ratfuck insane parties. The former, given it’s track record, slowly moving to the right, the latter, given it’s track record, loudly screaming “socialism, communism, fascism!!!”

    If we continue on this course, privatization will be socialism.

    • Rick Schroeder Says:

      Darn it Dogmeat, you’ve illustrated how people are still not getting the tea party movement. Did you even read the post or just get to the meat of your comment? In reference to Mr. Brown, would you rather have Teddy?

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