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Old 01-21-2010, 07:43 PM
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GOP Launching Tea Party Plan?

This is further proof that ALL politicians.....just don't get it. The RINO's are scared to death and need some help understanding.

GOP Launching Tea Party Plan?
House Minority Leader John Boehner of Ohio has denied a Fox News report that he is weighing a plan to set up focus groups to help Republican congressional leaders better understand the tea party movement.

But the GOP leadership source who disclosed the plan to Fox News stands by the story and cites it as evidence that, despite recent big wins in Massachusetts, New Jersey, and Virginia, the Republican Party is struggling to capitalize on widespread voter discontent.

"If you have to run a focus group to understand the tea party movement," the GOP source said, "you never will understand the tea party movement."
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The current GOP shouldn't need to understand the Tea Party.
They just need to be ousted to make way for the reformed Republican Party with true conservative values.
Time to rid the party of progressive scum.

First one out: Olympia Snowe.
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The current GOP shouldn't need to understand the Tea Party.
They just need to be ousted to make way for the reformed Republican Party with true conservative values.
Time to rid the party of progressive scum.

First one out: Olympia Snowe.
This man said it all ^

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The current GOP shouldn't need to understand the Tea Party.
They just need to be ousted to make way for the reformed Republican Party with true conservative values.
Time to rid the party of progressive scum.

First one out: Olympia Snowe.


and then McCain
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[QUOTE=2006PSDSD;1660425]

and then McCain [/QUOTE


GOOD ANSWER......GOOD ANSWER !!!!!
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GOOD ANSWER......GOOD ANSWER !!!!!
I thought I might get flamed for that one, but I should have known better with this crew
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and then McCain
McCain has a chance to redeem himself, but his progressive history is against him.


There is one congressperson who is intriguing, Idaho's Walt Minnick. He is a Democrat but has voted against most of their BS. He seems to have Idaho's interests in mind, which is rather rare for a Democrat.
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Here in VA, my Congressman (Eric Cantor - R, 7th) has drawn the ire of us 'tea partiers' for his support of the bailout program and some other RINO-like behavior.

He just doesn't get it, though, as he recently told a news reporter that "those conservatives out there need to start acting more like Republicans."

Truth is, there are many Republicans who need to start acting more like conservatives. Ah, we can lead a man to knowledge.....but we can't make him think.
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Lyndsey loser Graham needs to go, sadly I think he has 4 yrs left on his term..but it might only be 2, I forget when I didn't vote for him last.

As someone astutely said, its the ones that are not true conservatives that need to go. Its not a (R) or (D) or being in Washington thing as some of those vote them all out nutcases say.
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Ah, we can lead a man to knowledge.....but we can't make him think.
What a great statement and thank you for something new for my sig.

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