Posts Tagged ‘tea party’
Posted in corruption, culture, Economics, Recessions, the Rigged Game, Uncategorized, tagged Adolf Hitler, obama, stupidity, tea party on Jpm3000000pmMon, 04 Mar 2013 21:34:56 +000013 10, 2010 | Leave a Comment »
Posted in corruption, Economics, income redistribution, Politics, Recessions, the Rigged Game, tagged Barack Obama, Barry Goldwater, conservative, FreedomWorks, Jonathan Collegio, Karl Rove, Koch Brothers, Matt Kibbe, Richard Nixon, Ronald Reagan, tea party, Victory Project on Jpm2000000pmTue, 05 Feb 2013 14:33:25 +000013 10, 2010 | Leave a Comment »
The civil war within the Republican Party is on! Leaders of the anti-tax Tea Party are angry with plans by other Republican strategists to tap the party’s wealthy donors and raise money to help “electable” candidates win primary races.
Jonathan Collegio, a spokesman for Conservative Victory Project, said in an e-mail today that Republicans lost some Senate races last year and in 2010 because of “undisciplined candidates running bad campaigns.” The new group “seeks to help elect the most conservative candidates in Republican primaries who can win in general elections.” In other words, “stupid Tea Party candidates cost us the senate.”
Leaders of the Tea Party and some other Republican groups opposed to abortion and gay rights (like other Republicans are not) called Texas political strategist Karl Rove, a founder of the victory project, a “fake conservative” who had “declared war” on the Tea Party.
Matt Kibbe, the head of the Koch Brothers “FreedomWorks,” which identifies itself as a “grassroots” Tea Party booster, called the Victory Project strategy, “Orwellian.”
All of this means that the Koch Brothers and other billionaires of the ultra-far-far-far right are now at war with Republicans of the far-far right. Think about this.
Ronald Reagan was to the right, and sometimes a toady of the far right, but nobody in their right mind would call him a far, far right Republican, much less an ultra, far, far, far right guy. The same is true for Barry Goldwater. President Richard Nixon, another Republican conservative, would be considered left to President Obama nowadays. That’s how far right both political parties are nowadays, and all of it means that income will continue to be legislatively redistributed from the 99 to the 1 percent.
Posted in corruption, Economics, recession, income redistribution, Uncategorized, tagged Class warfare, income redistribution, Labor Unions, tea party, Wall Street on Jam1000000amWed, 30 Jan 2013 10:16:31 +000013 10, 2010 | Leave a Comment »
Posted in income redistribution, tagged 2012, Bildenberg group, Bill Gates, mitt romney, Occupy, Protests, tea party, Virginia on Jam6000000amFri, 08 Jun 2012 08:47:47 +000012 10, 2010 | Leave a Comment »
Mitt Romney and Bill Gates went to the Bilderberg Group meeting a few days ago in Virginia. A bunch of rich people started the group way back when, and here they were in Virginia figuring out ways to control governments better, to the detriment of the 99 percent. Maybe that’s why Tea Party and Occupy members were protesting the meeting together. Anyway, take a look at the video below and you’ll see the danger Bildenberg poses to the rest of us. The primary purpose of the group seems to be to redistribute income from the 99 percent to themselves.
Has the world gone crazy? Are cats kissing dogs? Nope, but hundreds of Tea Party, Occupy and 9-11 Truth activists are protesting a secretive meeting of powerful international leaders for a third day Saturday.
The protesters were gathered outside the Westfield Marriott hotel in Chantilly, Virginia where members of the Bilderberg group are meeting.
According to Wikipedia, “The Bilderberg Group, Bilderberg conference, or Bilderberg Club is an annual, unofficial, invitation-only conference of approximately 120 to 140 guests from North America and Western Europe, most of whom are people of influence. About one-third are from government and politics, and two-thirds from finance, industry, labour, education and communications. Meetings are closed to the public.”
Click below for the complete story.
Nearly as many Americans support the “Occupy Wall Street “movement as oppose it, but the ongoing demonstration is still more popular than the tea party, according to a new Pew Research/Washington Post poll.
According to the survey of 1,009 adults, 39 percent of Americans support the “Occupy Wall Street” movement. Nearly the same amount, 35 percent, say they oppose it.
In contrast, 32 percent of Americans support the tea party movement and 44 percent oppose it.
Another 10 percent say they support both movements and 14 percent said they oppose both.
Droves of unions, progressive groups and Democrats began to endorse the demonstration weeks after it began in New York City’s Zuccotti Park.
Not surprisingly, Democrats are more likely to support “Occupy Wall Street” than Republicans. More than half of Democrats, 52 percent, support the movement and 62 percent of liberal Democrats support it.
Only 19 percent of Republicans support the anti-corporate protests.
Although demonstration is over a month old, few polls have assessed American’s opinion of the protest. A survey released by Time last week found that the “Occupy Wall Street” movement was more popular than Barack Obama and the tea party.