Monday, September 13, 2010

Policing Our Own. St Louis Tea Party 9-12-10.


  1. Typical teabagger. let him be. He is your base.

  2. I'll give you the credit due for that interaction Adam.
    I was surprised you didn't my cut out my assessment of your blog during our recent conversation. Maybe someday we can meet for a coffee and candid, personal conversation, face to face, without the cameras. I extend this olive branch in hopes of a (mutual) understanding. What do you think?
    To up the ante I'll put on the bumper sticker for you BUT no filming my license plates if we meet for coffee. I'll have it in my glove box the next time I see you.

  3. Anonymous said...
    Typical teabagger. let him be. He is your base.

    Nice! Not only is "Anonymous" clearly too insecure in their own voice to offer up a name, but we resort to name-calling as well. CLASSY!

    I'll put myself out there anyday with what I believe in, and you clearly did the right thing by maintaining the credibility and dignity of the Movement!

    God Bless you!

  4. Beware the political correctness trap.
    The sign was just fine...

    Warning: offensive!
    (Copy and paste to address bar)

  5. Well done Sharp Elbows. Handled that very well.

  6. turn off independents? I thought the tea party was about purifying the Republican base? As the election nears are tea party leaders showing themselves to be tools of a Republican electoral machine?
    Don't get me wrong, I find those signs offensive, but it seems like the strategy is changing as the election nears. Just wanting consistency.


    Email Sent by Retired Vice Admiral Bob Scarborough, of Arlington , Va.

    “I wanted to give you all some disturbing information on our wonderful president. I work with the Catch-A-Dream Foundation which provides hunting and fishing trips to children with life-threatening illnesses. This past weekend we had our annual banquet / fundraiser event in Starkville . “As a part of our program, we had scheduled Sgt. 1st Class Greg Stube, a highly decorated U.S. Army Green Beret and inspirational speaker who was severely injured while deployed overseas and didn’t have much of a chance for survival to come. Greg is stationed at Ft. Bragg , NC and received permission from his commanding officer to come speak at our function. Everything was on go until Obama made a policy that NO U.S. SERVICEMAN CAN SPEAK AT ANY FAITH-BASED PUBLIC EVENTS ANYMORE. Needless to say, Greg had to cancel his speaking event with us.. Didn’t know if anyone else was aware of this new policy. Wonder what kind of news we all will receive next.
    You’re just starting to see the Obamanation. Your religion is on the list next.? I don’t know about you, but this makes me furious.

    This is just how the Nazis did it in the 30′s, slowly, one step at a time. If you don’t see the similarities you are truly blind

  8. Ummm:

  9. Mr or Ms Anonymous displays his or her dismally low capacity for deductive reasoning. Video after video shows groups of tea partiers surrounding extremists in their midst asking them to leave or put their signs away. Anti-extremism is one of THE dominant positions of tea partiers. Clearly, too, IT'S name calling reveals it's intellectual inferiority.


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