Disgusted, not freaked out

By Chrissy the Hyphenated

On CNBC, banking analyst Meredith Whitney “informed” viewers the Tea Party is a “fringe element” of “freaked-out white men who are unemployed and have been unemployed for three years and they’re scared to death. Three to four million of them are about to roll off unemployment benefits in the next three to four months. This is only going to get worse.” http://www.cnbc.com/id/44088318

Excuse me? Dearest and I are Tea Partiers. He’s not unemployed, I’m not male and neither one of us is “freaked out.”

Lloyd Marcus is a leader in the movement and he’s neither unemployed, freaked out or white.

The talking heads in the Laughing Stock Media disgust me with their non-stop demonization of good citizens who are peacefully participating in our national dialogue.

You want to see real Tea Partiers?

Chrissy’s Site Bites: http://news.webshots.com/photo/2326300070056011884dnMccC

Source: http://www.lloydmarcus.com/?p=2188

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5 responses to “Disgusted, not freaked out

  1. What A Hoot

    Without Pete’s Grudge, I don’t know where to post today. This comment was over at Breitbart and I think it is a mighty fine piece of writing:

    grimreaperxx 90p ·
    Baseball analogy:

    When you are behind in the count, you have to go to what got you to the dance.
    A fastball pitcher throws the fastball, etc

    Obama, a community activist, is adept in assigning blame and throwing mud on others. That is his strength, his “go to”.

    Wait until you see what happens when the campaign ratchets up, you will see one of the dirtiest campaigns ever, Obama cannot run on his record of failure, so his only choice will be to use surrogates to attack and attack and attack his opposition. Remember how he got elected to his first political office? He was to be the hand picked successor to a retiring Illinois legislator, who changed her mind to run again (call it Barbara Boxer syndrome) Obama challenged her nominating documents and signatures, and had her kicked out. Then for Senator, all of a sudden a bunch of bad stuff came out re the divorce documents of the Republican Candidate. That Candidate withdrew. Each and every time something happened, So he and his minions are well schooled in political dirty tricks.

    Finally, use Ca as an example, The Ca legislature has been under the almost complete control of the Dem party, and the public employee unions for decades. The state is bankrupt due to the overspending of the legislature. But yet if you listen to the Dem rhetoric, it is the Republicans (with virtually no power) that are to blame. (reality translation-Blame for not raising taxes to support decades of out of control spending and sweetheart union deals( see Calpers bankrupt pension fund) Brown ran on blaming the Republicans, and lied that he would “get tough” on the unions and the budget. Yet the first acts in office were to “negotiate” 6 new union contracts as direct payoffs, and pass a phony budget to support continued out of control spending, that is unraveling as we speak.

    Lesson: Blame others, no matter how ridiculous and unfounded it is, your Dem base will eat it up with a spoon and ask for more.

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    • Blaming everyone else for your failures is so childish. Don’t you think the voters will get sick of it eventually?

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      • What A Hoot

        His followers eat it right up and play the blame game with him. In fact, I have relatives who are constantly mouthing of about the evil Tea Party and how violent they are and many of their relatives are, yep, Tea Partiers. They see and know these TP relatives as kind, generous, loving, giving, PEACEFUL, and yet they spew the vitriol about how evil TPers are. They are the expert on the TP and no one they know that is personally involved in the TP know a darn thing about the TP! TOTAL BRAINWASH. And they will never stop believing the blame game. So sad.

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        • Yeah, I hear you — I know people like that too. Impossible to have an intelligent conversation with them. It’s all Bush’s fault, because Øbama says it is, and he’s so smart, and tea partiers are terrorists, and Bush was a moron, etc., etc.

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