Tag: Tea party movement

CNN’s respected Piers Morgan and Christine O’Donnell: He who has got experience can milk a running cow

Filed in Current affairs, Politics, Strange stuff by on August 19, 2011 0 Comments
CNN’s respected Piers Morgan and Christine O’Donnell: He who has got experience can milk a running cow

The images of Christine O’Donnell walking away from the Piers Morgan interview is an illustration of the broken side of politics in America. The Tea Party movement, a terrorist movement for some people, is certainly the last political movement that the Unites States needs. Can you imagine that this woman was very close to be […]

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Palin and Bachmann likely to be contenders for the GOP nomination: Pots take turns to sit on the fire

Filed in Current affairs, Politics by on March 18, 2011 0 Comments
Palin and Bachmann likely to be contenders for the GOP nomination: Pots take turns to sit on the fire

 Her popularity sinking, Sarah Palin has been very quiet lately. Her silence means for the media fewer headlines. Like a mushroom growing in mud, Michele Bachmann is the new star of the Tea Party. The media is turning its attention to her–not for her messages to her supporters, but for her misstatements. The American media […]

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The Tea Party will never be the voice of the GOP: No matter how long a log may float in water, it will never become a crocodile

Filed in Current affairs, GOP, Politics by on March 4, 2011 0 Comments
The Tea Party will never be the voice of the GOP: No matter how long a log may float in water, it will never become a crocodile

Childreen of the same mother do not always agree. When Judson Phillips, a Tea Party leader, wrote a letter to the Speaker of the house John Boehner informing him that he looks like a fool, it shows the disagreement between the conservatives and the ultra conservatives within the GOP over the spending cuts in their budget […]

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Republican party and Tea Party: Languages differ but coughs are the same

Filed in Current affairs, GOP, Politics by on February 1, 2011 0 Comments
Republican party and Tea Party: Languages differ but coughs are the same

The Republican party and the Tea Party are like two viruses in the same petri dish; one is virulent and the other attenueted, but they both are still viruses. The latest polls suggesting that ninety percent of Republicans want the Tea Party to play a role within the GOP shows that the Tea Party and the Republican party […]

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Tucson Highlights Obama’s Risk: The brave man is not he who doesn’t feel afraid, but he who conquers that fear.

Filed in Current affairs, Politics, Tragedy by on January 12, 2011 0 Comments
Tucson Highlights Obama’s Risk: The brave man is not he who doesn’t feel afraid, but he who conquers that fear.

For those of us who worry about President Obama’s safety, the shooting in Tucson is a reminder of the danger that he faces everyday. Having lived in the US for almost fifteen years under three Presidents, I have never seen such a boiling political climate in American politics before. I do believe that the election […]

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The Tea Party needs to condemn the incitation of violence: A person who does not speak out against the wrong is a mute devil

Filed in Current affairs, GOP, Politics, Tragedy by on January 9, 2011 0 Comments
The Tea Party needs to condemn the incitation of violence: A person who does not speak out against the wrong is a mute devil

The Arizona shooting is a reminder that America is a Wild West society. Without hesitation, we can speculate on the connection between inflamatory political rhetoric and what happened in Arizona. We have seen the “White Talibans” in the US inciting people to violence, claiming their country back. I wonder what Glenn Beck, Rush Limbaugh, Sarah Palin, or the Tea […]

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Palin on the attack: A woman’s strength is a multitude of words

Filed in Current affairs, Politics by on November 26, 2010 0 Comments
Palin on the attack: A woman’s strength is a multitude of words

Have you seen former first lady Barbara Bush on Larry King advising Sarah Palin to stay in Alaska and not run for president in 2012? Clearly President George W. Bush’s mother does talk frankly when asked about the Tea Party leader. Known for her tit-for-tat political skills, the former governor of Alaska responded by calling the Bushs […]

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GOP making big promises: Thunder is not yet rain

Filed in Current affairs, Politics by on November 6, 2010 0 Comments
GOP making big promises: Thunder is not yet rain

There is a difference between dream and reality, night and day, rhetoric and actuality. After the GOP wins in midterm elections, there are already signs that the political arena is going to become a circus. It seems that the American people have given their hope and trust to the GOP out of desperation, not because […]

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Republicans win the House, Democrats hold on to the Senate: The monkey and gorilla may claim kinship, but the monkey is a monkey and the gorilla is a gorilla

Filed in Current affairs, Politics by on November 3, 2010 0 Comments
Republicans win the House, Democrats hold on to the Senate: The monkey and gorilla may claim kinship, but the monkey is a monkey and the gorilla is a gorilla

The American people have spoken.  The Republican party won control of the House of Representatives. The Tea Party won key races in Kentucky and Florida. The Democrats have managed to hold onto control of the Senate. It was a good night for the Republican party. The Democrats must be scratching their heads. It is the law of […]

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Tea Party, don’t speak for me: He who is covered with other people’s clothes is naked

Filed in Current affairs, Politics by on November 1, 2010 0 Comments
Tea Party, don’t speak for me: He who is covered with other people’s clothes is naked

The Tea Party circus that claims to be the “guardian” of the American constitution and speaks on behalf of the American people has certainly heard the response of the real American people at the rally to “Restore Sanity and/or Fear” in Washington. Thousands of people showed up to show the Tea Party movement that America is a multi-racial […]

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