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

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scorpion89 View Post

    Oh look ... another righty blaming FDR and the New Deal for a problem created by conservative greed.

    Bush was nothing but Cheny's bitch. Cheney is as far right as it gets. Nothing happened without Bush-tard's signature; however, you must bear in mind who was pulling Bush's strings and what party was in control at the time.

    That party was the Republican party. As such, the Republicans are responsible for what happened.

    It was during their watch the saftey regulations designed to keep the greed-mongering wallstreet assholes in check were removed.

    DO NOT attempt to deny the republicans were responsible for what happend. That is bull**** order. The republicans are ABSOLUTELY responsible.
    Hey Vader first off you need to chill out second if you have not noted I'm not a republican nor am I a Democrat I'm register as an American you know what we are when we are born in this Country it's time for all of us to stop are loaytiy to teh Party and start being Americans I suggest you might want to go and read what Jame's Madison wrote in the 10th Federlist Papers.

    Second I suggest you go and re-read who put forth those changes starting way back with FDR and going forth both parties are at fault and should be broken up since they are a Monopoly. I dare you and anyone else to change your votere registeration to say Americans because right now in my eye all of you are nothing but Party Hacks start being Americans for the first time in your life and demand OUR Country back from these Charletons.

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

    Quote Originally Posted by Scorpion89 View Post
    demand OUR Country back from these Charletons.
    The Charletons? From down the block? But they're such a nice couple, I can't imagine them taking over the country.

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

    Quote Originally Posted by misterman View Post
    The Charletons? From down the block? But they're such a nice couple, I can't imagine them taking over the country.

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

    Quote Originally Posted by apdst View Post
    So, you're encouraging the creation of a Conservative party to replace the GOP? What is it that you're hoping to gain by that, exactly?
    The complete, utter, and total fragmentation of the Republican Party.
    We may end up similar to Italy with many political parties, and where little ever gets done.
    Who is the "leader" of the GOP?
    Dr No?
    Last edited by earthworm; 12-12-09 at 07:45 PM.

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

    Quote Originally Posted by earthworm View Post
    We may end up similar to Italy with many political parties, and where little ever gets done.
    Wait, that's not what we have now?

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

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vader View Post

    Hey Vader first off you need to chill out second if you have not noted I'm not a republican nor am I a Democrat I'm register as an American you know what we are when we are born in this Country it's time for all of us to stop are loaytiy to teh Party and start being Americans I suggest you might want to go and read what Jame's Madison wrote in the 10th Federlist Papers.

    Second I suggest you go and re-read who put forth those changes starting way back with FDR and going forth both parties are at fault and should be broken up since they are a Monopoly. I dare you and anyone else to change your votere registeration to say Americans because right now in my eye all of you are nothing but Party Hacks start being Americans for the first time in your life and demand OUR Country back from these Charletons.
    1. I am neither Republican nor Democrat.

    2. I do not like either party because both are terribly corrupt beyond all home of repair.

    3. Federalism no longer exists in this country. Federalists found their behavior made it difficult for them to get elected... so they change their title to "Republican".

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

    Quote Originally Posted by jackalope View Post
    That's not really the point. I never said you couldn't feed three kids in an economical way. In fact, I argued exactly the opposite. You CAN feed three kids a healthy, balanced, nutritional meal in an economical way (without throwing in random teaspoons of peanut butter!).


    HOWEVER, Gill is FOS with his bag of greens and a chicken breast feeding three kids a healthy, nutritional, balanced meal for three bucks.


    Disneydude at least admitted you could feed three kids a healthy meal for less than ten bucks.

    Not ole Gill. He's sticking to his one dollar's worth of chicken, two dollars worth of salad greens, and twenty-five cents - combined - worth of olives, salad dressing, and peppers. Three dollars, twenty-five cents total.

    Absolute horsehockey. Any reasonable person would concede an error, or misstatement.
    You should really read the original posts that started this ridiculous topic. DD said you could feed three kids at McDonalds for $3. I said you could feed them a nutritious meal at home for $3. I'll stand by my statement. A grilled chicken salad is just one of many choices for a cheap, nutritious meal.

    Just for fun, I checked at the grocery store this weekend:

    Bag of mixed Romaine salad: $2.28 (three servings per bag)
    Chicken breasts: $6.50/3 lb. bag ($0.54 per 4 oz serving)
    Peppers: $1.78 per bottle ($0.05 per serving)
    Olives: $1.28 per can ($0.07 per serving)
    Salad dressing: $1.69 per bottle ($0.20 per serving)

    It's a little more than I originally thought, but still a hell of a lot better meal than a single cheeseburger. I seriously doubt you could get a kid to just eat a cheeseburger for a meal. Mine always insisted on french fries to go along with it.

    Would you rather your kid ate a cheeseburger from McDonalds or a grilled chicken salad??? Never mind, I think I know your preference.

    Try and keep up next time.

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

    Quote Originally Posted by liblady View Post
    thanks....the mayo clinic recipes lists 186 calories. FAIL

    Nutritional Analysis(per serving) Calories 186 Cholesterol 66 mg
    Protein 27 g Sodium 259 mg
    Carbohydrate 8 g Fiber 2 g
    Total fat 4 g Potassium 559 mg
    Saturated fat 1 g Calcium 58 mg
    Monounsaturated fat 2 g
    If you clicked on the links I posted, they would take you directly to the recipes I mentioned.

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