Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Support a Tea Party, Vote Republican

"If I had a world of my own, everything would be nonsense. Nothing would be what it is because everything would be what it isn't. And contrary-wise; what it is it wouldn't be, and what it wouldn't be, it would. You see?"
    --Alice in Wonderland

Tea Party Sign Want ChangeThe Republican party is sending out robo calls urging people to vote Republican this November. The Republicans are in a bit of a tussle with the Tea Party for "conservative" hearts and minds. The Republican Party is a very divided party right now.

Tea Party endorsed candidate Sharron Angle of Nevada, who won the Republican primary, will face Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid in November. This is the race that the Democratic leader claims he wanted. Democrats are reportedly ecstatic that the right-wing of the Republican party has won so many primaries. Analyst think the Tea Party wins could mean GOP losses in November. The Tea Party hasn't shown yet that it can broaden its appeal to a larger constituency.

In an effort to do just that, the Angle campaign has made robo calls to states as far away as Seattle, Washington. How many billionaires live in Seattle? The so-called "real conservatives" of the Tea Party "movement" are reportedly bankrolled by billionaires.

If these calls don't have the desired effect, next a letter from Sharon Angle's campaign will arrive to ask the Republican household to find their checkbook right now.
"Not only is this the #1 race in America this year, it is nothing less than a referendum on the far left policies of Barack Obama and Harry Reid. Defeating Reid would be a knockdown blow to Obama. It is a blow I can --- and will -- deliver!. Defeating Reid will spell doom for Obama's agenda!"
Sharron Angle has some extreme views. She thinks that citizens should "use arms against Congress"... does that sound illegal to anyone? The Tea Party is noted for this kind of inflammatory language. Would a black candidate running for the Senate get away with inciting violence against the U.S. government? Would that same black still be in a Senate race. No way!

Angle's interpretation of the Second Amendments (the right of the people to carry and bear arms) is characteristic of the rhetoric of anti-government groups, whose ranks have "caught fire" since the election of Barack Obama according to the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC). Angle herself is associated with two such groups: the Independent American Party and Oath Keepers.

christine_odonnell_s_palinThe Tea Party is berserk. Some real screwballs... Christine O'Donnell is the new darling of the Tea Party. She just won a primary in Delaware against Republican moderate Mike Castle. O'Donnell has some major issues. Watch out Sarah Palin, she'll steal the limelight!

Remember that old Betty Davis movie "All About Eve?" O'Donnell is the ingenue, Eve. Eve is out to replace the movie star, Margo (Sarah Palin). Eve is Margo's understudy, so she knows how to play the role to perfection. Christine O'Donnell has every Sarah Palin move figured out, right down to paying her personal expenses with campaign money.

An advocacy group, Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW) has called on the Delaware U.S. Attorney's Office and the Federal Election Commission (FEC) to investigate O'Donnell for conversion, tax evasion and false statements.

The 2 Live CrewThis is slightly off topic, but speaking of creeps and bigots... Luther Campbell, a controversial figure in the music industry, when his group 2 Live Crew performed offensive and sexually explicit material (by mid-90s Campbell declared bankruptcy), has taken "crayon to paper " to protest the building of a community center and mosque in New York near the site of the 9/11 attacks. Luther is popping a blood vessel over the plan:

"What they really want to do is celebrate the martyrdom of terrorists who blew up the World Trade Center. Screw that. Anybody who is involved with putting that mosque next to Ground Zero should be investigated…"

It's a point-of-view that resonates with some mosque opponents. In retrospect, they've gained an appreciation for the rap group's song, "pop that couchie" and are "down with Luke."

Back to Christine O'Donnell... her hair style, glasses, her facial expressions are a dead ringer for Palin. Republican strategist and Fox News contributor Carl Rove wavers between harsh criticism and support of O'Donnell. His attacks have forced her to address the "unfactual" nature of the charges. O'Donnell will also be spending considerable time "refudiating" her past... "that's right, it's a regular epidumbic."

For the Tea Party, stimulating the economy is a sin and for Christine O'Donnell that means saying no to self-gratification. Comedian Jimmy Kimmel feels that his "basic human rights" are being threatened.

One positive is that O'Donnell has given up witchcraft. Witchcraft was just a phase she dabbled in while in high school. Again, strange synergy with Sarah Palin and her Kenyan witch doctor. Palin credits Pastor Muthee with helping her win the Alaska governorship.

Newt Gingrich should look into this. How is Sarah Palin's Kenyan association affecting her commitment to colonial domination?

The election of Barack Obama is bringing all the worse racist elements out of the closet. Newt Gingrich feels quite comfortable in this free-for-all pseudo "patriotic" racist atmosphere advancing intellectually bankrupt theories about how Obama's "Kenyan, anti-colonial worldview" makes him unfit to be president. Mr. Gingrich conveniently forgets that the American founding fathers waged an anti-colonial war called the American Revolution.

If there's blood in your urine, it's election season in America again folks. And this time it's a real circus, with clowns and all!

Will the strategy adopted by the Republican party of pandering to and appealing to the lowest reptilian brain impulses of the American people pay off for them in November?

The Real Newt GingrichNewt Gingrich is betting on it. In his opinion, Barack Obama is a Nazi-Commie and "a threat to our way of life."

Michael Steele, what do you think about this GOP party leader's blatant race-baiting and isn't he pandering to the birthers?

"No, I don't. I don't see that stretch. I know some folks out there want to, but I don't see that. I know Newt. I know that's not his mindset on that. He's talking about a worldview that comes from a different part, whether it's Europe, the African continent," says the man who single-handily took the "hip" out of hip-hop.

If it wasn't for America, where would the rest of the world get their entertainment?


Anonymous said...

Tea Party is an offshoot of the Republican party. The so-called disagreement/division between Tea Party and Republican party leaders like Carl Rove et al. is an effort to appeal to the moderates of the party while at the same time launching, funding and supporting the Tea Party.

This is Rove at his best. After all, one can have his/her cake and eat it too.

thezenhaitian said...

This month I read an exposé by a maritime lawyer about the deal that Royal Caribbean made with Baby Doc Duvalier to get 600 acres of beach front property -- on which they promptly erected a fence to keep out the Haitian population. Royal Caribbean named their freebie island haven after a 1600's French plantation baron and slave owner Marquis de La'Badie....   

So on cue that same day I read at the Wall Street Journal that the Tea Party is planning a little trip to Haiti on Royal Caribbean to "Labadee, Hispaniola"... on the trip will be Swift boat author Jerome Corsi and perpetual Republican black candidate Alan Keyes... 


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