Tea Party Advocates Who Scorn Socialism Want a Government Job

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  1. B_talltpaguy

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    They're so stupid, it's funny... Someone will have to explain to me how people who are too stupid to get out of their own way are going to win anything in November. lol, this election is going to be delicious entertainment.

    This article is so full of "win" picking excerpts was really challenging.





    Tea Party Advocates Who Scorn Socialism Want a Government Job


    That's right... They hate big government... Unless it's writing them a check, then big government is the way to go!



    That's right... People who don't know the first fucking thing about what words like 'socialism' actually mean, are more than happy to wrongly apply the label where it doesn't belong, and then omit it where it does... All to suit their own preconceived personal notions of how they think the world should work.


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    Tea Party Advocates Who Scorn Socialism Want a Government Job - Bloomberg.com
     
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    I think that one of the first things the Dems should do when they get back from this current recess is to rename every socialized government program, so that the word 'social' is included right there in the name itself.

    Oh, and the new names should be printed just as big again in Spanish, just to piss off the white bigot nativists, who aren't even natives.
     
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    El Departamento de Seguridad Social!
    ¡Vive Zapata!
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    By the way, I haven't been in a Home Depot anywhere except from Texas north through Colorado, Wyoming, Montana and all of the States west of that crooked line. Anyone else besides me notice that everything is labelled in both Spanish and English? Obviously, Home Depot knows more about the USA than the Tea Baggers.
     
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    Can you blame them for not knowing what socialism is? No doubt their daddies had buzzcuts and wouldnt let anything red into the house. Even Carrots were forebidden.
     
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    Come on...this is no surprise, being that these are the same people who just last week had to revert to name calling because they didn't get their way. Are they all like 8 years old? They yelled the N word and faggot and even spat on one representative because of the way they voted. The immaturity and lack of knowledge from this group nearly scares me.
     
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    who do you think is going to be in line for free healthcare when the time comes....white sheets, cousin girlfriends, and all the rest.
     
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    This is really telling... It's what I've been saying all along... A big part of the American electorate is confused, don't know their left from their right and have an incapacity to integrate information and facts.

    Psychological research shows that individuals who are of low integrative capacity tend towards conservatism.
     
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    Hasn't Palin (along with John McCain, Mitch McConnell and a cast of 100's) been living off the public dole most all of their lives? Until they retire with a government backed pension and single-payor health care.
     
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    Neoliberalism is a plague in this country. Fucking right wing think tanks and neocons. Everything they can't control they have to destory.
     
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    ^That's been the official Republican game plan since the 80's, and something they've been trying to perfect since they first conceived of the idea in the late 60's.

    As their actions have proven going back for at least 15 years now, they no longer even try to solve national problems, and instead use them exclusively as political tools to amass and maintain power. Seriously, think about it. Name ONE major issue that this country has faced in the past generation, that was actually solved by Republicans. There's NONE! Not a single one! (even the social wedge issues that Republicans champion are never solved. Instead, they're perpetually left in limbo, so that it remains a lifetime campaign issue to raise money with)
     
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    the article does not say that tea party members are looking for jobs, but they are (like 98% of americans) looking for the gov't to find a way to help create jobs. Big difference, it is not just a "Tea Party" view, but this is an American view.
     
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    However, if the Tea Party is so vehemently against government, make everything worse and can't do anything right, then why would they want them to help create jobs? Ideologically speaking, wouldn't they do it on their own since it would be "the American way"?

    The whole idea of the article is to point out just how hypocritical the so-called tea party movement really is. They're "against government" until it can benefit them... just like everybody else.
     
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    Wait a minute, all I've heard on the TV for a year now from these teabaggers is that they hate government in all of its forms and absolutely DO NOT want the government doing ANYTHING that influences or regulates the private sector. Now, you're saying the opposite, and trying to claim that they are actually just average Americans, who think and act just like everyone else.

    NO, they're not the same and no they don't want the same things as other Americans. They want power and control, even though they cannot win elections. They want respect, even though they give none. They want to be heard, even though they listen to no one.

    So far as I'm concerned, every last one of the teabaggers is a borderline rebel. A few more coordinated acts of violence against the US government meant to disrupt the functioning of government and terrorize political opponents, and I would be inclined to legally define the teabaggers as 'terrorists' and dispatch the military to disarm them and shut them down by any means necessary.
     
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