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Tea Bagger Joe Walsh: Deadbeat Dad Joe Walsh: /Tea Baggie/No Nothing/Hypocrite/ Low Life/Lair/Dead Beat Daddy/ Self-Righteous

Patrick Moser 2011/09/16 01:52:10
“I will not put one more dollar of debt on my children” LOL But he won't pay for his children period..... Hypocrite

Joe Walsh (Tea Bagger / Dead Beat Daddy)


One of the loudest Tea Party Republicans much favored by the cable news circuit of late, first term Representative Joe Walsh of the Illinois 8th District, is among the most self-righteous of this new Tea Bag movement has been sued by his ex-wife, Laura, for more than $117,000 in back child support


Walsh personally loaned his campaign $35,000, which, given that he failed to make any child support payments to wife Laura because he ‘had no money’ is surprising,” Laura Walsh’s attorneys wrote in a motion filed in December seeking $117,437 in back child support and interest. “Joe has paid himself back at least $14,200 for the loans he gave himself.”


Walsh lives with his new wife and children in McHenry. He has not paid any of the $117,437 yet, Laura Walsh’s attorney, Jack Coladarci, said Wednesday. A nine-year child is one of the children this pick of garbage refuses to support.


For any tea baggie that wants a reference on this story any news paper in America and 2,340,000 independent web sights

Tea Party leaders say they know their complaints about shredded constitutional principles and excessive spending ring hollow to some, given their relative passivity through the Bush years.


Where were these people when Bush (and, more so, Cheney) were imperially expanding the powers of the Executive Branch to obviate the Constitutional system of checks and balances? Where were these people when the Bush Administration was ordering illegal wiretaps and other privacy invasions? Where were these people when the former president arrogated to himself the authority to suspend habeas corpus by declaring a given "person of interest" an "enemy combatant?" Where were these people when the supposedly "conservative" administration squandered the Clinton budget surpluses and engorged the deficit on a wasteful war that was unnecessary at best and criminal at worst among other ill-advised expenditures? Why were there no Tea Parties prior to 2009?

Many people who were spurred into political awareness (such as it is) by the economic pressures of the recession, and it is true that the recession did not reach its deepest trough until Obama took office. However, the implosion of the financial sector was totally on Bush's watch and the orgy of self-serving deregulation and predatory lending and speculation was abetted and encouraged by the previous Administration and its cronies.


All the more or less substantive charges leveled against Obama by the Teabaggers -- the excesses of overreaching federal power and uncontrolled profligate deficit spending -- apply just as much if not more so to Bush (Obama stands guilty largely for failing to rein in the policies of the previous Administration). What changed to awaken this supposed "populist" ferment that lay dormant for the previous eight years? There have been stimulus bills and bailouts before, and is the health care bill -- tepid and emasculated long before debate even began -- really so egregious as to be the primary cause of such a "rebellion?" What of the PATRIOT Act, that was rammed through Congress without even being read and has had sweeping negative effects on civil liberties and the rule of law?


If the political issues that serve as the pretext for the Teabagger's activism existed prior to Obama's election but somehow failed to elicit anything even remotely resembling the same kind of response, we have to look elsewhere for the true cause of this unrest. The only real differences between that took effect on January 20, 2009 are that the Presidency passed to a member of the supposedly "liberal" party who also happens to be black.


I'm not saying all the Teabaggers are racist,(the way all tea bagger think liberals/progressives hate America) but it is foolish to deny that racism is a primary driving element of their movement. The racism, though, is subsumed into the false political dichotomy, the "us" vs. "them" mentality that the media and the political establishment have carefully cultivated for so long, so that the natural back-and-forth of the political pendulum is seen as a Manichean war between good and evil. For the Tea Baggers, evil won in the person of Barack Obama and all that he represents. That is why they fret about having "their country" taken away from them. Obama, Democrats, liberals -- they are not part of "We the People" in the Teabagger ideology. Put another way, the Teabaggers hear the "we" in Obama's "Yes We Can" as the exclusive first person plural, not the inclusive "we."





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  • Bill 2011/11/22 14:32:50
    Bill
    Isn't that "KNOW Nothing" and not "NO Nothing"? Sounds like you're an idiot and a "NO NOTHING."
  • Gloria 2011/09/16 04:43:17
    Gloria
    He didn't come to President Obama's Jobs Act speech because he refused to be a platform for the president. So Joe, stay home. quit your job, refuse your expense account & insurance & pention. That is not big government. That is big foot in your big mouth.
  • luvguins 2011/09/16 04:13:07 (edited)
    luvguins
    +2
    What a first class jerk this deadbeat is. He missed his child support hearing and his representive told the judge, "Well he is a U.S. Congressman". The judge said that was no excuse. Walsh had whined that he had to be in Congress to vote and do some interviews. The issue passed not needing his or a dozen other voters like Bachmann who weren't there. Ends up he didn't even vote yes or no, but voted present. Good they are garnishing his wages to the tune of $2000.00 a month for current support now, but he should be made to pay the back support. This is the creep that called the president "an idiot".
  • Gloria luvguins 2011/09/16 04:44:22
    Gloria
    +2
    At least the judge is pretty smart!
  • luvguins Gloria 2011/09/16 14:17:16
    luvguins
    +2
    Yeah, he said he didn't care if Walsh was a Congressman. Sounds like he has dealt with this douche before.
  • jackolantyrn356 2011/09/16 03:39:12
    jackolantyrn356
    Are you a close personel Friend of the family or a lawyer or LAURA"S Lover , kin or Lawyer?????
    I ask this cause you have a lot of Money you'tr spreading around onthese pages. Then you go on to attack Bush which was your real subject you know so little About you have no idea what he would look like, but you know "W" Spent all that trillions of dollars Obama deid ,And the T Party are al;l Racists.
    Dear sir I do not see the connection. Not a lot makes much sense. here.
    But I think the Walsjes should be angry woith you considering the personel business you've revealed.
  • luvguins jackola... 2011/09/16 14:09:45
    luvguins
    +2
    Nothing you have said has made sense, jacko, as usual.
  • Todd *RP 2012* 2011/09/16 03:18:29 (edited)
    Todd *RP 2012*
    Does he have a DNA test? After the crap my ex-wife put me through to support a child that wasn't mine, I look at any child-support news with a grain of salt the size of Rhode Island.

    and just using the tern "tea bagger" makes you lose about half of any respect I may garner for you, and makes me much less likely to believe what you may say. i have about the same reaction to the folks on the right who resort to name calling. So, if you want folks to actually listen to you, drop the insults.
  • Whowho 2011/09/16 02:31:41
    Whowho
    +2
    They just put a veteran in jail for owing $ 30,000 and this criminal gets to walk ? Jail now for the dead beat tea bag . Damn politicians think they are above the law .
  • Jrogers 2011/09/16 02:19:53
    Jrogers
    +2
    He should be in jail with everyone else who doesnt pay their support. Then they lose their jobs because they were in jail and then they go to jail again because they have no job to pay for their stay in jail....I have know plenty of people who have had to ride this viscious merrygoround and there is generally no sympathy for them whatsoever. Why is he allowed such a fantastic free ride?
  • me 2011/09/16 02:07:24
    me
    +2
    You lost me at "tea bagger"....
  • Patrick... me 2011/09/16 03:55:29
    Patrick Moser
    So you felt the need to comment on something you did not read typical. But I hate to point out the first to use the tea gagging term was the tea baggars themselves and hears the proof....

    At the 9/10 pre-March on Washington event at the D.C. Armory, The buttons shown in pictures below on sale from a Tea Bag vendor. How did I know he was a tea bag vendor because he had another button on that said I am a proud tea baggar.

    If the Tea Party activists and their allies are going to take offense at certain terms being applied to them, they should probably avoid self-identifying with those same terms.

    First, a little history. After Barack Obama was sworn in as president, with his big majorities in Congress, the Democrats launched quite a bit of federal spending: particularly with the “stimulus” package. Some Americans were determined to counter this. And, before you knew it, we had the “tea party” movement. What protesters were doing, of course, was invoking the spirit of the American Revolutionaries, and their Boston Tea Party. According to the website of the Tea Party Patriots, the movement is committed to three “core values”: fiscal responsibility, constitutionally limited government, and free markets.

    The first big day for this movement was Tax Day, April 15 2009. And orga...























    So you felt the need to comment on something you did not read typical. But I hate to point out the first to use the tea gagging term was the tea baggars themselves and hears the proof....

    At the 9/10 pre-March on Washington event at the D.C. Armory, The buttons shown in pictures below on sale from a Tea Bag vendor. How did I know he was a tea bag vendor because he had another button on that said I am a proud tea baggar.

    If the Tea Party activists and their allies are going to take offense at certain terms being applied to them, they should probably avoid self-identifying with those same terms.

    First, a little history. After Barack Obama was sworn in as president, with his big majorities in Congress, the Democrats launched quite a bit of federal spending: particularly with the “stimulus” package. Some Americans were determined to counter this. And, before you knew it, we had the “tea party” movement. What protesters were doing, of course, was invoking the spirit of the American Revolutionaries, and their Boston Tea Party. According to the website of the Tea Party Patriots, the movement is committed to three “core values”: fiscal responsibility, constitutionally limited government, and free markets.

    The first big day for this movement was Tax Day, April 15 2009. And organizers had a gimmick. They asked people to send a tea bag to the Oval Office. One of the exhortations was “Tea Bag the Fools in D.C.” A protester was spotted with a sign saying, “Tea Bag the Liberal Dems Before They Tea Bag You.” So, conservatives started it: started with this terminology. But others ran with it and ran with it.

    Where were these People with there concerns of spending and the shredding of the constitution during the Bush spending spree and there extending and over reaching power grab of Bush Cheney?There Power grab was the most ever attempted by a President. But that’s history we know tea baggar don’t bother themselves with History or Facts. But what was I thinking Oh ya they were white that’s why there was no tea bagging before Obama.

    Another Source Wikipedia: “‘Teabagging’ is a slang term for the act of a man placing his s******* in the mouth or on or around the face (including the top of the head) of another person, often in a repeated in-and-out motion as in. The practice resembles dipping a tea bag into a cup of tea.”

    Urban Dictionary has expanded its definition of "tea bagger" from "a sex act” to include "a conservative activist who is so ignorant that they protest against tax cuts (that benefit them)

    The "tea party" concept spread through the Internet and right-wing talk shows such as Sean Hannity and Fox News, which has become a sort-of sponsor of these rallies. Most of the fox commentators called tea bag protest “Tea Bagging” until of course the movement found out the other meaning for the term than anyone using the term was being derogatory,even thou they were the first to use it.

    There are About 156,000 independent examples documenting the use of the term “Tea bagging” or “Tea baggers” by there own activist.

    I could quote you more, but you have had enough?


    Some conservatives are happy to embrace “teabagger,” or are at least willing to do so. They are “owning the insult,” which is to say, taking what is intended as a slur and wearing it proudly. There are many words and names in our vocabulary that started out as slurs and became something else. Several of these words and names are found in religion — “Christian,” for example. According to a Bible dictionary, this was “the name given by the Greeks or Romans, in reproach, to the followers of Jesus.” Soon enough, it “was universally accepted.” “Jesuit” had a defamatory beginning. Same with “Methodist,” “Unitarian,” “Quaker,” and “Shaker.” (You can sort of tell with those last two, can’t you?)

    Even if the leading thinkers are now Limbaugh and Beck, and the shock troops are tea-baggers and anti-tax demonstrators.” As he told me, he subsequently learned that “tea-bagger” had this vulgar meaning,and was used as a pejorative. So he changed his text to “tea-partiers”: “tea-partiers and anti-tax demonstrators.” Much better, don’t you think?

    Like now if one does not buy in to the delusion that is Christianity, you are a bigot??when did having a chose to not believe that there is a old man in the sky that hangs on every humans every movement become bigotry? Possibly the same time conservatives started getting up set when someone call there group what they called themselves. Make about as much sense as the “God Delusion”


    So it's clear, your cool with not paying for children you and tea baggers bring into the world ?

    Another Pro lifer hypocrite. Pro life movement want every fetus to become a human, but have no interest what happens to that child. Need heath care NO way Need food NO way Need housing NO way. Till they are some use to to them, like soldiers for there christian blood lust. I could give many of example of christian blood lust ,but again its that history and facts that your crowd has no interest in. christian blood lust christian blood lust history facts crowd
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  • Gloria Patrick... 2011/09/16 04:46:27
    Gloria
    I live in Illinois. Joe needs to to pay his bills the same as anyone else.
  • Keen Tojones 2011/09/16 02:06:47
    Keen Tojones
    +1
    another one bites the dust

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