Tag: Tea party movement

Crist’s hopes rest on Meek quitting: A mosquito can make the lion’s eye bleed

Filed in Current affairs, Politics by on October 30, 2010 1 Comment
Crist’s hopes rest on Meek quitting: A mosquito can make the lion’s eye bleed

Florida elections are often special in American politics. The three-way Senate race among Democratic US Rep. Kendrick Meek, Tea Party-backed Mark Rubio, and Independent Charlie Crist. The polls have been consistent for while, putting Rubio ahead of Crist and the Democrat candidate in third place. Kendrick Meek is the key player in this election. The […]

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Christine O’Donnell’s sure win slipping away: Clothes should not be made for an unborn child

Filed in Current affairs, Politics by on October 8, 2010 0 Comments
Christine O’Donnell’s sure win slipping away: Clothes should not be made for an unborn child

The new star of the Tea Party movement Christine O’Donnell’s enthousiastic win of the GOP primaries is slipping away. The more the people of Delaware learn about her past, the more she is sinking in the polls. She is not helping her case by avoiding the media. In fact, she learned from her “Godmother” Sarah […]

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Sarah Palin’s protegee O’Donnell: What itches in the daughter’s skirt, itches also in her mother’s

Filed in Current affairs, Politics by on September 22, 2010 0 Comments
Sarah Palin’s protegee O’Donnell: What itches in the daughter’s skirt, itches also in her mother’s

Being Sarah Palin’s protegee can be good if you are a Tea Party fan. Christine O’Donnell, the winner of the GOP primaries in Delaware, is going through the same treatment that her “God mother” went through after she was picked by John McCain as a running mate for the presidential race of 2008. Honestly, it is unfair […]

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Tea Party Federation Kicks Out Mark Williams: A lizard can’t be a snake even without its limbs.

Filed in Current affairs, Politics by on July 19, 2010 1 Comment
Tea Party Federation Kicks Out Mark Williams: A lizard can’t be a snake even without its limbs.

Mark Williams, dynamic and visible Tea Party Express leader, and his group were expelled over an offensive “Colored letter” to Abraham Lincoln. The Tea Party Federation is supposed to speak the same language and have the same fight. For outsiders, the Tea Party movement is a modern version of the KKK, where not only “verbal lynching” is […]

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NAACP,Focus on What Matters: Habit is the sixth sense that dominates the other five.

Filed in Current affairs, Politics by on July 15, 2010 1 Comment
NAACP,Focus on What Matters: Habit is the sixth sense that dominates the other five.

Despite the NAACP‘s condemnation of the Tea Party movement as racist, their words will never be strong enough to eradicate that gangrene of American society. Racism is like the Mississipi river. It has curves, but you cannot stop its flow. So why does the NAACP have to react anytime that the Tea Party movement coughs hate? […]

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Palin in the Deep South: A guinea fowl will not lay eggs in strange places

Filed in Current affairs, Politics by on July 14, 2010 0 Comments
Palin in the Deep South: A guinea fowl will not lay eggs in strange places

Former Alaska governor Sarah Palin is everywhere, endorsing women for various political races. After endorsing Carly Fiorina in California, the most liberal state in the US, Mrs. Palin has oriented her crusade toward the Deep South: Nikki Haley for governor of South Carolina and Karen Handel for governor in Georgia. I do not know what Mrs. […]

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Michael Steele Needs to Quit: If you befriend mosquitoes, they will still attack you at night.

Filed in Current affairs, Politics by on March 31, 2010 1 Comment
Michael Steele Needs to Quit: If you befriend mosquitoes, they will still attack you at night.

Definitely, Michael Steele, the chairman of the Republican National Committee, is not good enough for the Republicans. He has been under a lot of criticism since he was elected. Being the first man of color holding such a high position in the Republican party, it is not surprising that he is facing a lot of […]

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Christian Warrior Militia Accused of Terrorism: A crazy man can be recognized not by his words, but by his actions.

Filed in Current affairs by on March 30, 2010 1 Comment
Christian Warrior Militia Accused of Terrorism: A crazy man can be recognized not by his words, but by his actions.

Homegrown terrorism in the U.S. gets less attention than terrorism overseas. In reality, the United States is fighting a “silent war” against its own extremist groups. Here in the U.S., hate groups are growing like mushrooms. The latest militia group calls themselves “Christian warriors,” was plotting a war against the US government, and has Jesus […]

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John McCain and Sarah Palin Together Again: A bad cook also has his share of bad food.

Filed in Current affairs, Politics by on March 28, 2010 1 Comment
John McCain and Sarah Palin Together Again: A bad cook also has his share of bad food.

Senator John McCain, former presidential candidate, is facing a challenge from within his political party as he seeks reelection. Many in his own party think that he’s not conservative enough. He has turned to his former running mate Sarah Palin for help. As during the presidential election, when they were behind in polls, their rhetoric […]

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Tea Party vs. Coffee Party: A narrow space looks wide to the narrow minded.

Filed in Current affairs, Politics, Strange stuff by on March 14, 2010 0 Comments
Tea Party vs. Coffee Party: A narrow space looks wide to the narrow minded.

America is in a middle of a political revolution. People are fed up with Democrats and Republicans and want to take their country back. After months of brouhaha made by the Tea Party, a new “political movement” is born: The Coffee Party. Only in America can you see such a thing. God bless America! Food […]

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