Discussion in 'Political Discussion' started by Holy Diver, Oct 28, 2010.
YouTube - Hi, I'm a Tea-Partier!
Couldn't watch it. I hate computer animation and voices. Just can't stand it for more than 5 seconds.
Was it good?
I'm not a Tea Party-er, but I must admit I LOVE how their very existence makes the skin of liberals crawl and makes them feel all dirty.
But that's just me.
If you don't like what's going on in government, you're pretty much a member of the Tea Party by default.
If it walks like a duck, quacks like a duck................
Besides, the existance of The Tea Party doesn't make me feel dirty, it makes me feel like I am in the presence of something dirty.
There's a difference there, yanno?
Yeah, but that feeling is still on you, not them. I can guarantee you they don't feel dirty. But then again, World Economic Summit protesters make me feel in the presence of dirty people...except in that case, they actually ARE dirty people!!
So I guess I used to be a tea-partier... for 8 years...
Back then the tea party was known as "Unamerican terrorist emboldeners" for daring to question our president. These same tools, are now not treading on things, and saying the president is a muslim socialist kenyan.
talk about flip flopping
Absolutely. If you felt that the government was spending too much (it was), moving to control your life in ways you didn't like (always is), growing too large in size (it's pants haven't fit in decades), too powerful (Balco client for sure), etc. Then Absolutely.
"I'm not a Bush supporter, but... "
"I'm not a war fan, but... "
"I'm not an Obama basher, but... "
"I'm not a racist, but... "
"I don't advocate privatization of everything, but... "
I find that whenever a poster with a history of right-leaning views starts a statement with a qualifier, rest assured he's about to offer further evidence that belies his pronouncement.
and don't actually read, and instead parrot partisan talking points. ... then absolutely.
Your a member, but you assuming anything about another member and drawing conclusions is the reflection of a challenged intellect...but...
I don't need to assume. Your body of work here is plenty enough.
Anyone who "attacks the poster" is just screaming...
"I don't know diddly sh1t"
Maybe you should just go back to planning your next "World Economic Summit" protest?
That's a question, not an attack. But you do seem like "the type"
Attacking posters. Ah yes. There is amusing irony here. Do you see it? If not, I'd be happy to rehash our origins, you and me.
This from the same "non-Tea Partier" who insisted I was some poster named Apple. I think you've displayed your level of "diddly" capacity here, in full, all over this forum.
Hey, you forgot this part of my post
Well, are you that type of person Titus? Like most far-left libbies, even if you were, you wouldn't have the balls to admit it because World Economic Summit protesters are cowardly people.
You mean like the French cowards who are rioting?
EXACTLY!!! By golly, I think you've got it!
Those loser/cowards are protesting over having to retire at 62 instead of 60! Why? Because they actually believe it's govt's job to "take care of them".
All countries are going to have to get used to the fact that they can't have everything they're used to having because there isn't enough money AND they're already taxed at the highest levels possible.
But you're right, they are cowards. Or are you referring to some other cowards?
You have a very curious definition of the word coward, then. First you say a coward wouldn't admit being a protester. Then, you admit a protester is a coward. You're kinda all over the place.
You're really taking a beating this afternoon, Captain "not a tea partier, but..."
Streamline your message, or pick a new one.
No...now listen very closely Titus the World Economic Summit protester
People who protest rarely admit to it, which make them cowards. And just like you're scared to answer my question.
Well, are ya punk? You know them, they're the cowards that throw bags of human waste at police.
Separate names with a comma.