Why is GOP and Tea Party Quiet Now?

Where are the loudmouth idiots from these two parties now that their predictions about the world markets have failed? All we heard as these assholes held the country hostage for months was "don't believe this administration, nothing bad will happen" related to the debt ceiling politics they played. Freakin' morons. And now the same groups have some nerve to point fingers across the isle. Unbelievable and no wonder our political leaders are the laughing stock on the world stage.

This isn't a small problem and at the same time, it isn't insurmountable. We need leaders that have integrity and great concern for their fellow man, which means the baton needs to be passed to the next generation. Imagine a new batch of legislators from current 20-something grads who care more about the environment and the well-being of their neighbors than perks of the position and screwed up party ideology.

I would support that.  Would you?

One thought on “Why is GOP and Tea Party Quiet Now?

  1. Ron Paul is one of the politicians originally involved in Tea Party and the article below talks about him. He has a shot at being the Republican nominee despite all the dirty tricks the establishment are playing on him now.

    Why Ron Paul Can Win by James Jaeger

    Why Ron Paul Can Win

    James Jaeger
    The Daily Bell
    December 23, 2011

    If you have been watching the news, you know that Ron Paul is now beating both Gingrich and Romney in the polls and could walk away with a win in Iowa.

    Some say he could also walk away with a win in New Hampshire, and possibly even win the Republican (GOP) nomination.

    Thus, since Ron Paul votes his conscience, since he rejects certain aspects of the Establishment − such as the Federal Reserve’s abuse of the monetary system and its financing of the welfare-warfare empire we have now become − there is no way apparatchiks in the GOP will nominate Dr. Paul no matter what WE THE PEOPLE want.

    And to this end, lackey pundits in the CFR-dominated, mainstream media continuously chant that Ron Paul has “no chance to get the Republican nomination.” They spew this so often, it’s obvious they don’t believe their own lies.

    But here’s the joker: Ron Paul does not even need the GOP to win the general election. If he were to walk away for a third party, he would take at least 12% of the Republican vote with him. He would also take another 15% from the Independents and at least 11% from the Democrats. This would give him 38% − enough of the vote to win the Presidency in a three-man race.

    So, the GOP has some serious choices to make.

    Read full article at


    P.S. Don’t mistake all the politicians now claiming to be Tea Party members for the real McCoy. Vote Ron Paul

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