An article entitled "The Tea Party Revolution and the Future of Politics"
http://www.davidduke.com/general/the...-revolution-an d-the-future-of-politics_20317.htmlThe Tea Party is at least the beginning of a move in the right direction. Most of the Tea Party is against illegal immigration. The acronym “TEA” stands for “Taxed Enough Already”. Most of the Tea Party members are long time conservatives who are sick and tired of a Republican Party of crooks, who are little different from the Democrats.
What led to the Tea Party Revolution? Why are taxes so high? We’re paying for government benefits for tens of millions of Third World parasites. And who’s paying the taxes? Primarily White people, most of whom can’t send their kids to their local public schools because they’re full of Mexicans or Blacks and have become too dangerous. Many White people in big cities today can’t pay for private schools for their kids plus the endless taxes that the Democrats want from them.
Added to that is the bipartisan betrayal (NAFTA and GATT) which led to the outsourcing of millions of American factory jobs. There’s also the massive legal immigration from Asia that has flooded many technical fields, lowered wages and added many White Americans to the ranks of the long-term unemployed.
Considering the long, long list of betrayals against the White American public by our government, they are lucky that all they’re facing so far are electoral defeats of incumbents and the election of a wide range of Tea Party candidates, some of whom are extremely serious and some of whom are novices, who have few plans other than reducing taxes
Whew -- are these really Tea Party politicians?
Sounds too good to be true!
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Backers want to turn state into place where officials can ignore U.S. laws
An article entitled "Senator Richard Lugar Defeated in his Primary: Another Amnesty Traitor Gone"
http://www.davidduke.com/?p=33886As of 2012, three Amnesty Traitors have been defeated in primaries. Six Amnesty Traitors have been compelled to retire early in the face of angry voters back home, and only McCain, Kyl and Graham have survived. Of those three, Kyl has announced that he will retire in January 2015. It seems likely that Lindsay Graham will stand little chance of reelection by 2015 with the wrath of the Tea Party growing against him, not to mention accusations of closet homosexual behavior, which may have allowed him to be blackmailed into voting for the 2007 Amnesty Bill.
Let this be a warning to all Republicans who may be thinking of voting for an Amnesty in the future. There’s at least an 83 percent chance you will be voted out in your own primary or forced to retire early. The voters are no longer asleep on the illegal alien issue and White Republicans want you to OPPOSE the Democrats, not collaborate with them. The Tea Party is just the beginning of an awakening that will radically change politics in America and hopefully stop politicians from betraying the best interests of their voters and America.
[QUOTE=Michael;17498]An article entitled "The Tea Party Revolution and the Future of Politics"
It seems to me that until we get a legitimate third party up and running on a national scale the Tea party is our last best hope. Scott Brown was just a flash in the pan, a senatorial candidate from Mass who ran hard to the right to get elected by saying he would be the 41st vote against Obamacare and in the process dumping all over Ted Kennedy who had recently died. He won big and he should have.
But once in office he turned into another Rino, voted against "Don't ask, Don't tell" and never again mentioned that he was a Republican. So many of us Republicans in Mass then dumped him and let him swing. He bacame a fake and suffered the consequences. So for me, it's now on to the Tea Party which I am going to join before the month is over.