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This is a precedent and this is a WARNING to both the DNC and the GOP from the TEA PARTY.

KCurtis 2013/02/13 23:13:58
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  • ray 2013/02/13 23:48:59
    ray
    +37
    Time to Tea Party , Let them know
    Class II - Senators Whose Terms of Service Expire in 2015
    Democrats
    Baucus, Max (D-MT)
    Begich, Mark (D-AK)
    Coons, Christopher A. (D-DE)
    Cowan, William M. (D-MA)
    Durbin, Richard J. (D-IL)
    Franken, Al (D-MN)
    Hagan, Kay R. (D-NC)
    Harkin, Tom (D-IA)
    Johnson, Tim (D-SD)
    Landrieu, Mary L. (D-LA)
    Lautenberg, Frank R. (D-NJ)
    Levin, Carl (D-MI)
    Merkley, Jeff (D-OR)
    Pryor, Mark L. (D-AR)
    Reed, Jack (D-RI)
    Rockefeller, John D., IV (D-WV)
    Shaheen, Jeanne (D-NH)
    Udall, Mark (D-CO)
    Udall, Tom (D-NM)
    Warner, Mark R. (D-VA)

    Republicans
    Alexander, Lamar (R-TN)
    Chambliss, Saxby (R-GA)
    Cochran, Thad (R-MS)
    Collins, Susan M. (R-ME)
    Cornyn, John (R-TX)
    Enzi, Michael B. (R-WY)
    Graham, Lindsey (R-SC)
    Inhofe, James M. (R-OK)
    Johanns, Mike (R-NE)
    McConnell, Mitch (R-KY)
    Risch, James E. (R-ID)
    Roberts, Pat (R-KS)
    Sessions, Jeff (R-AL)

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  • Zepland 2013/03/19 21:45:33
    Zepland
    A politician telling us what's really happening. And, working on solutions.
  • mk, Smartass Oracle 2013/03/19 21:05:46
  • santa6642 2013/02/15 22:17:26
    santa6642
    +1
    The government is the problem and needs to be cut down to size, Getr out of our lives.
  • princess 2013/02/15 07:49:10
    princess
    +1
    I have more respect for him all the time.
  • topcat128 2013/02/14 21:19:17
    topcat128
    +1
    I am sick and tired of both the Democrats and Republicans. Both have run up a $16.5 Trillion Dollar debt which can't and never will be repaid, which is growing ever day. I willing to give The Tea Party Political Party a Chance. It couldn't be worse than the lame brains we have in office now.
  • Sheila 2013/02/14 19:23:53
    Sheila
    +1
    I sure do like him. He is everything his Dad is without all the crazy.... Or so he seems.
  • MapoTofu 2013/02/14 18:50:20
    MapoTofu
    +1
    I don't think anyone - ESPECIALLY ON THE LEFT - remembers what the f*****g Tea Party was all about, in the first place. You know, the ORIGINAL historic Boston Tea Party that we all learned about in Catholic School??? Taxation without representation, etc?

    The LEFT is so f*****g stupid when it comes to their own country. Happy to give away Liberty, the majority of their income in the form of taxes regardless of how it's spent, redistribute wealth, ignore the Constitution ... the list goes on.

    Would you Democrats be happy if the Big Government held your d***s while you p****d, too? Or started telling you how to use them? (Although, judging by the sheer number of misinformed Democrats, it's clear, THAT much, you already know.)

    Progressive Libs would have nothing to live for if they had no opposition in the Conservative Right.
  • sundrift MapoTofu 2013/02/14 20:04:17 (edited)
  • pastafarian 2013/02/14 17:16:32
    pastafarian
    So the real Tea Partiers on here - could you tell me the Tea Party candidates you are proposing to replace the people on this list?
  • Starchild 2013/02/14 17:05:33
    Starchild
    +2
    The Republicans were smart to choose Rand Paul to deliver their rebuttal to president Obama's State of the Union address. He explains very clearly and patiently what's going on, and proposes a lot of common-sense reforms.
  • Xerxes 2013/02/14 16:48:33
    Xerxes
    +8
    Keep it up Tea baggers, you are KILLING the republican party, and its fun to watch! :)
  • Starchild Xerxes 2013/02/14 17:10:36
    Starchild
    +4
    The Republican Party that they are killing, the neo-con establishment, deserves to die. So does the big government Democratic Party.
  • urwutuis 2013/02/14 16:38:59
  • Starchild urwutuis 2013/02/14 17:14:35
    Starchild
    +4
    True, but Rand Paul is better than most of them. I thought a lot of what he said made sense, although it didn't go far enough.

    Some of the reforms he did propose, like Congress reading all the bills they vote on, would seriously shake things up for the better.
  • texasred Starchild 2013/02/14 20:56:48
    texasred
    +1
    I like Rand much more than his father. I have a lot of respect for Ron Paul, but I think he's losing it.
  • Starchild texasred 2013/02/15 08:27:27
    Starchild
    Really? I think Ron Paul is more principled and pro-freedom. I see Rand as more trying to walk the line and work within the system. That's a legitimate strategy, assuming he's sincere and not selling out (one problem with his approach is that it can be hard to tell) but lacks the inspirational and movement-building potential that has made Ron Paul's plainly speaking truth to power such a wake-up call for so many. I'm not aware of Ron Paul having changed much; his consistent adherence to principle is one of the things that's made him respected.
  • texasred Starchild 2013/02/15 16:13:30
    texasred
    +1
    I think I decided he was losing it when he tweeted that negative comment about Chris Kyle. No matter how he may feel about guns, something like that was better left unsaid. Kyle did his job in the military and was trying to help other veterans with PTSD. Ron Paul knows that and, in the past, he would never have put something like that out.
  • Starchild texasred 2013/02/17 07:59:15
    Starchild
    What negative comment about Chris Kyle are you referring to?
  • mich52 2013/02/14 16:13:49
  • sundrift mich52 2013/02/14 17:22:28 (edited)
  • topcat128 mich52 2013/02/14 21:21:16
    topcat128
    +2
    Looks like members of the Democratic Party instead of the Tea Party.
  • mich52 topcat128 2013/02/14 23:17:12
  • Starchild mich52 2013/02/17 08:02:16
    Starchild
    +1
    I know I do. I comprehend *too much*, and it causes me to lack the traditional faith and trust in government power as a means of solving problems that still characterizes a sizable (although shrinking) portion of the populace.
  • Dan 2013/02/14 13:59:03
    Dan
    +6
    Obama knows exactly what he is doing. Collapse the system by overwhelming it.
  • sundrift Dan 2013/02/14 16:35:52
  • Dan sundrift 2013/02/14 16:40:47
    Dan
    +3
    LOL!! Obamabot Zombie, he's doing it right in front of your nose and you still refuse to see. Oh, I forgot, to criticize your Lord and Savior would be racist. Must not look, must not see. That makes you not racist. You poor brainwashed moron.
  • sundrift Dan 2013/02/14 17:04:57 (edited)
  • Dan sundrift 2013/02/14 17:09:10
    Dan
    +3
    You Libtards call him Black. So now your saying he's White? Trying to have it both ways now?
  • sundrift Dan 2013/02/14 17:24:55
  • Dan sundrift 2013/02/14 17:26:33
    Dan
    +2
    No, I mean your Lord and Savior Obama. The Overlord of the Universe to you Libtards.
  • sundrift Dan 2013/02/14 17:28:24
  • Thom Payne Dan 2013/02/14 18:45:41
    Thom Payne
    +4
    Why is it that only RWNJs refer to Obama as 'Lord and Savior' or 'Messiah'? Why is it I have never heard a liberal say it?
  • sundrift Thom Payne 2013/02/14 20:10:38
  • superangrymonkey 2013/02/14 13:53:25
    superangrymonkey
    I for one, welcome our new overlord.
  • Maynard 2013/02/14 12:29:53
    Maynard
    +2
    THANK GOD FOR THE GOP HOUSE.

    The deficit is COMING DOWN.

    Obamas last budgets called for increased deficits, even his own Senate voted it down 0-97.

    Credit goes to the HOUSE.
  • sundrift Maynard 2013/02/14 15:21:24 (edited)
  • Maynard sundrift 2013/02/14 15:29:04
    Maynard
    +3
    Article 1, Section 8 of WHAT proves you wrong?

    Too bad you have NO CLUE.

    BUT WAIT?

    You were just offered a clue, WILL YOU TAKE IT?

    If so, the prize will be PROVING YOURSELF WRONG and therefore you will never post NON-TRUTH AGAIN.

    Then you can THANK MAYNARD, good day.
  • sundrift Maynard 2013/02/14 15:33:22
  • mich52 sundrift 2013/02/14 16:16:31
  • Dave Ryan mich52 2013/02/14 20:14:01
    Dave Ryan
    +1
    Yes. That bit of liberal smoke and mirrors doesn't change the fact that EVEN WHEN DEMOCRATS CONTROLLED THE HOUSE, SENATE AND PRESIDENCY from Jan 2009-Jan 2011, with overwhelming majorities, even then the Democrats in the House and Senate would not approve Obama's annual budgets.
    And there has not been a budget passed since before Obama became president.

    The GOP, and particularly the Tea Party wing, at every point has pushed to do the fiscally responsible thing and reduce spending.

    If raising taxes would truly use the new revenue to pay down our debt, then I'd be for it. But example after example over 30 years of history prove that further taxation will only enable further deficit spending.

    Only under Republican leadership of Newt Gingrich were true strides made in 1996-2001 to reduce the debt. And while Bill Clinton finally signed on reluctantly after Gingrich shut down the government --twice--- liberals like to say "Clinton reduced the deficit", which belies the true facts. Clinton very reluctantly signed a bill for deficit reduction that REPUBLICANS WROTE and that Clinton opposed every step of the way, until popular pressure finally forced Clinton to sign it.

    It was the attacks on 9/11/2001 and the increased spending on Homeland Security and wars in Afghanistan an...
    Yes. That bit of liberal smoke and mirrors doesn't change the fact that EVEN WHEN DEMOCRATS CONTROLLED THE HOUSE, SENATE AND PRESIDENCY from Jan 2009-Jan 2011, with overwhelming majorities, even then the Democrats in the House and Senate would not approve Obama's annual budgets.
    And there has not been a budget passed since before Obama became president.

    The GOP, and particularly the Tea Party wing, at every point has pushed to do the fiscally responsible thing and reduce spending.

    If raising taxes would truly use the new revenue to pay down our debt, then I'd be for it. But example after example over 30 years of history prove that further taxation will only enable further deficit spending.

    Only under Republican leadership of Newt Gingrich were true strides made in 1996-2001 to reduce the debt. And while Bill Clinton finally signed on reluctantly after Gingrich shut down the government --twice--- liberals like to say "Clinton reduced the deficit", which belies the true facts. Clinton very reluctantly signed a bill for deficit reduction that REPUBLICANS WROTE and that Clinton opposed every step of the way, until popular pressure finally forced Clinton to sign it.

    It was the attacks on 9/11/2001 and the increased spending on Homeland Security and wars in Afghanistan and Iraq that account for about 1.5 trillion of the 5 trillion deficit spending under W. Bush's 8 years as president, that eliminated the surplus. The rest consumed by expensive new entitlements like No Child Left Behind, the Prescription Drug Plan, and S-CHIP, ALL OF WHICH DEMOCRATS OVERWHELMINGLY SUPPORTED *INCLUDING* THE 2 WARS!
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