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    Re: New Poll shows Tea party more popular than Republican Party

    Quote Originally Posted by Scorpion89 View Post
    Last time I look when we say the pledge it does say I pledge allegance to The Democrat or Republican party now does it. I take it you don't know much about our Founding Fathers and there desire not to have Political Parties.
    The election process is the pledge of allegiance. The Democratic and Republican Parties return to the days of the federalists versus states rights proponents. One could have asked Thomas Jefferson why he sided with States rights, was he loyal to the US...or any one state? Was he pledging allegiance to the flag of the United States of America or to each individual state?

    Like I said I'm register as an American I dare you to go out and do the same Charles or you to much of Cow Towing Party Loyalist that should be Tared and Feathered like they did in Colonial Days.
    I registered as a Republican. And actually motivate and work within the Party to produce candidates that can actually get elected. I'm not trying to write in the town clown like you are...I'm gonna cut teeth early and realize if I want to elect a Representative into office who believes as I....then I'm gonna have to compromise with others, I'm going to see the Party shift in directions I don't like to see it shift.

    But that's prefereable to watching it become a socialist nation and complaining about it with useless aged old do nothing arguments such as yours. There have been unhappy populist movements since this nation's creation. There have been those that scream about being loyal to the nation and "vote your conscience." And then there are those who realize getting elected and making a real difference demands resolve. It demands compromise, it demands infighting ends underneath in the basement...that once you come out in force, we're on the same page!

    Otherwise...like your argument here....you're toast.
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    Re: New Poll shows Tea party more popular than Republican Party

    Quote Originally Posted by Gill View Post
    You've never seen pre-packaged Caesar salad with Romaine in it???

    Wal-Mart has it, and cheap too.

    I've proved my point and I'm done with it.
    Not with cabbage, carrots and radishes. Ceasar salad doesn't contain those items.
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    Re: New Poll shows Tea party more popular than Republican Party

    Quote Originally Posted by Dav View Post



    You're just trying to justify your bogeyman image of the GOP. If Romney were nominated and denounced social conservatism, I highly doubt you'd actually vote for him. In other words, as an all-around liberal you have no say in what type of conservatism the GOP pursues and your opinion on the issue has no importance to anyone.
    Well you are wrong. If you followed this site during the last election, you would see that I wrote very favorable things about Romney. I actually said that I would possibly vote for him, unless Obama got the nomination. If Obama got the nomination, he had my vote.

    Had Obama not gotten the nomination of Romney had got the nomination, I would have strongly considered voting for him, not because we agree on much, but because I thought that the two people in the raise that might actually have a chance of repairing the damage done by GWB, financially, ethically, morally and with our allies, were Obama and Romney. That was my opinion then and I still believe that to be the case. If Obama can't do it in four years, I would strongly consider going with Romney if that option were available.
    <font size=5><b>Its been several weeks since the Vegas shooting.  Its it still "Too Early" or can we start having the conversation about finally doing something about these mass shootings???​</b></font>

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    Re: New Poll shows Tea party more popular than Republican Party

    Quote Originally Posted by Charles Martel View Post
    The election process is the pledge of allegiance. The Democratic and Republican Parties return to the days of the federalists versus states rights proponents. One could have asked Thomas Jefferson why he sided with States rights, was he loyal to the US...or any one state? Was he pledging allegiance to the flag of the United States of America or to each individual state?



    I registered as a Republican. And actually motivate and work within the Party to produce candidates that can actually get elected. I'm not trying to write in the town clown like you are...I'm gonna cut teeth early and realize if I want to elect a Representative into office who believes as I....then I'm gonna have to compromise with others, I'm going to see the Party shift in directions I don't like to see it shift.

    But that's prefereable to watching it become a socialist nation and complaining about it with useless aged old do nothing arguments such as yours. There have been unhappy populist movements since this nation's creation. There have been those that scream about being loyal to the nation and "vote your conscience." And then there are those who realize getting elected and making a real difference demands resolve. It demands compromise, it demands infighting ends underneath in the basement...that once you come out in force, we're on the same page!

    Otherwise...like your argument here....you're toast.
    Once again you spout your Parties Talking Points, oh and for the record both the Democrats and republican parties should be declared monopley and disolved just like US Steel and Ma Bell.

    So Chucky your stating you have no backbone typical of all of you Party Followers .

    As for local election I'm guessing I know more about local election and how they work then you do Chucky considering my Mother was the Democratic Sect. in the State of Maine and I have another relative who is a well know Republican Sent. so yea please don't tell me that the system works because it doesn't and hasn't since JFK time. But then again I'm guessing your not old enough to recall politics pf the ;ate 60s thru the 70s.

    Yea so run along and support your Talking Mouth Person show no backbone.

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    Re: New Poll shows Tea party more popular than Republican Party

    Quote Originally Posted by disneydude View Post
    New poll shows 'Tea Party' more popular than Republican Party - Yahoo! News

    "Okay, suppose the Tea Party Movement organized itself as a political party. When thinking about the next election for Congress, would you vote for the Republican candidate from your district, the Democratic candidate from your district, or the Tea Party candidate from your district?"

    The response of all those who were polled was Democratic 36%, Tea Party 23% and Republican 18%.


    Long live the tea party movement. We should all encourage their efforts.
    yet another proof of what a colossal failure the 2-party system is.

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    Re: New Poll shows Tea party more popular than Republican Party

    Quote Originally Posted by NEUROSPORT View Post
    yet another proof of what a colossal failure the 2-party system is.
    The system isn't so much the failure, it's the major parties that are the failures.

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    Re: New Poll shows Tea party more popular than Republican Party

    Quote Originally Posted by NEUROSPORT View Post
    yet another proof of what a colossal failure the 2-party system is.
    Really? The numbers seem to show that the Democratic party is doing well and the Republicans are the failures.

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    Re: New Poll shows Tea party more popular than Republican Party

    Quote Originally Posted by misterman View Post
    Really? The numbers seem to show that the Democratic party is doing well and the Republicans are the failures.



    spoken like a true Obama apparatchik.....
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    Re: New Poll shows Tea party more popular than Republican Party

    Quote Originally Posted by Reverend_Hellh0und View Post
    spoken like a true Obama apparatchik.....
    No, just looking at the numbers. Nice substanceless attack though.

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    Re: New Poll shows Tea party more popular than Republican Party

    Quote Originally Posted by misterman View Post
    No, just looking at the numbers. Nice substanceless attack though.


    You can tell the ones that come to DP, to discuss and debate, and generally get along, then there are those like you.



    What is the dems approval rating in congress? The house?


    what is happening steadily to Obama's ratings?



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