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    Re: Glenn Beck rally will be a measure of the tea party's strength

    Quote Originally Posted by pbrauer View Post
    Do you mean she is the token black conservative there?
    You seem to focus a lot on skin color. Is that an attempt to toke hate speech? Why is skin color so important to you in discussing a rally to "Restore Honor" to America?

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    Re: Glenn Beck rally will be a measure of the tea party's strength

    Quote Originally Posted by Conservative View Post
    You seem to focus a lot on skin color. Is that an attempt to toke hate speech? Why is skin color so important to you in discussing a rally to "Restore Honor" to America?
    ezra klein's comrades at journo list have a ready retort

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    Still waiting....

    Don't ANY of the Beckerheads have an answer???

    How, exactly, is Glenn Beck/the rally going to "restore honor to America?"

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    Re: Glenn Beck rally will be a measure of the tea party's strength

    Quote Originally Posted by The Prof View Post
    senior democrats aren't

    born every day, that is

    washingtonpost.com

    Bush Tax Cuts: Some Top Democrats May Be Rethinking Tax Hike On The Rich

    Tax cuts for rich, and middle class, gains steam - Aug. 27, 2010

    in the senate, stiffneck nelson, jiltin joe and the gatekeeper's right hand on finance, kent conrad, are on record

    i could get you quite a few more links if you'd like

    it's been all over the msm
    Yeah, some Dems in Congress are more concerned about their jobs than they are about us, just like most of the Republicans. Those few may be committing political suicide.

    However, from your link:

    Some progressives are pushing back. In an op-ed this week in the Financial Times, John Podesta of the Center for American Progress and Robert Greenstein of the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, argued that extending the high-income tax breaks even temporarily would send a bad signal to investors worried about rising U.S. debt. And it would leave the task of ending the cuts to the next Congress, which will probably be even more conservative because of anticipated Republican gains in the midterm elections.



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    Re: Glenn Beck rally will be a measure of the tea party's strength

    =mertex;1058948782]Translation = I will not believe anything that is said about Palin, no matter who says it! I've made my mind up, don't confuse me with facts.
    I am not the one having trouble with the facts, the Anchorage Paper has a good article on those so called facts. Further it is all old news that means nothing today. Your hatred for Palin is your right, but it is mine to point out that hatred and its irrelevance today.

    That would be more like something you should do, since you tend to believe only those things that fit into your pre-conceived idea of Palin. I really don't much care, I believe if she were to run for office she would have to respond to these allegations and the listeners won't all be a bunch of "Pollyanna Republicans" where unicorns and rainbows follow Ms Palin around.
    If she runs for office then she will have to answer for those "allegations" most of which have been dismissed. I tend to let facts actual rule my beliefs not allegations. Wasn't it liberals who said, we need to wait for all the evidence to be aired before making judgment? Does that only apply to liberal causes or people that liberals support?

    Bwahaha! Sounds like the same ole GOP/conservative rhetoric. Anytime someone posts facts about Ms Failin, the GOP's defense is "Why do you hate her," "Are you jealous of her,"? No, I'm not jealous of her and I don't hate her, I just like to tear down false fantasies about her abilities, sincerity and love of country. Ms Palin loves money, why you and others don't see it is probably the result of too much Kool-Aid.
    You sure are spending a lot of time on issues that surfaced back in 2008. Your so called facts amount to allegations which have been dismissed. Not sure what the issue is here other than diversion from what is going on right now? Whether or not Palin loves money is irrelevant as she lives in the U.S. and thus is able to make as much money as she is capable of making. Sounds to me like a little class envy here.

    Yeah, I guess nobody knew how badly Bush screwed the country. Of course, Reps/cons are scampering around trying to put all the blame on Obama, because they can't accept the fact that their policies flopped!
    I have no problem blaming Bush but do so with actual facts, not opinions like you are doing. There is much I didn't like about Bush but he had a lot of help from Congress in creating the mess we have today including Obama in that Congress. There is absolutely nothing that Obama has done that I support and results show that I was accurate in not supporting his agenda. Obama has a total Democrat Congress that is implementing his agenda. To say the mess we have today has nothing to do with that agenda is typical liberal spin and a downright lie. Republicans and Conservatives don't have to scamper around to "try" and put the blame on Obama, the results do that work for them. Obama policies have indeed flopped so all you can do is blame Bush.

    Maybe you can tell me how someone so stupid and dumb(Bush) was able to fool so many "intelligent"(Democrats) into passing the Iraq Resolution in a Democrat Controlled Senate? Then tell me why that intellectually superior Democrat Party that controlled the Congress in 2007 on didn't do something to stop Bush from destroying the economy all buy himself? Then tell me what Bush did to cause unemployment to rise every month of 2010 and to add 1.4 trillion more to the debt?

    By the way this is the Glenn Beck thread and really has nothing to do with Bush, Palin or anyone of the masses attending that rally in D.C. Nice diversion though and thanks for allowing me the opportunity to prove your points wrong.

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    Re: Glenn Beck rally will be a measure of the tea party's strength

    Quote Originally Posted by Conservative View Post
    What we seem to have learned is that religious and political tolerance have no place in the liberal world? Why is it that liberals have a problem with other people exercising their freedom of speech and freedom to promote their belief in God?
    and I have learned that Conservatives absolutley love to jump to conclusions..I never said I have a problem with him excersising his freedom of religion. I just said clearly waiting on a divine being to intervene is an absolute waste of time.
    I use a lot of satire and sarcasm so keep that in mind when reading my posts.

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    Re: Glenn Beck rally will be a measure of the tea party's strength

    Quote Originally Posted by Glinda View Post
    What exactly do you think this shows?
    “Offing those rich pigs with their own forks and knives, and then eating a meal in the same room, far out! The Weathermen dig Charles Manson.”-- Bernadine Dohrn

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    Re: Glenn Beck rally will be a measure of the tea party's strength

    Quote Originally Posted by texmaster View Post
    Tell that to Martin Luther Ling
    evidence that MLK's accomplishments were due to prayer and divine intervention please?
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    Re: Still waiting....

    Quote Originally Posted by Glinda View Post
    Don't ANY of the Beckerheads have an answer???

    How, exactly, is Glenn Beck/the rally going to "restore honor to America?"
    Why are you asking hard questions? I personally was not aware we were lacking in honor.
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    Re: Glenn Beck rally will be a measure of the tea party's strength

    Quote Originally Posted by mertex View Post
    Yeah, some Dems in Congress are more concerned about their jobs than they are about us, just like most of the Republicans. Those few may be committing political suicide.

    However, from your link:

    Some progressives are pushing back. In an op-ed this week in the Financial Times, John Podesta of the Center for American Progress and Robert Greenstein of the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, argued that extending the high-income tax breaks even temporarily would send a bad signal to investors worried about rising U.S. debt. And it would leave the task of ending the cuts to the next Congress, which will probably be even more conservative because of anticipated Republican gains in the midterm elections.
    I reject that argument just like I rejected the idea that there is enough money that will be collected from the rich in this country to have any affect on the debt. If and that is a big IF more money does go to the govt. because of those tax increases Congress will find a way to spend it like they always do. Spending causes debt, not tax cuts.

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