Arlen Specter & Tea Party
Arlen Specter (born February 12, 1930) is a former United States Senator from Pennsylvania. A tea party is a formal, ritualized gathering for afternoon tea. /5
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No Compromise - No Deal - None of the Tea Party or the Republican Congress are about to become like Senator Arlen Specter - Cross the Line/Compromise and become a Leper - You Created the Situation Deal with It.
Karl Rove continues to explain why his political action committee is not anti-Tea Party and will help elect the most electable conservative candidate. Rove also explains why he, as an adviser to former President George W. Bush, supported Arlen Specter over Pat Toomey in 2004. Rove says if Bush came…
R.I.P. Arlen Specter. I never voted for you, ex-Republican buddy, but you were a million times better than Pat Toomey and those Tea Party yahoos who took you down.
Arlen Specter, Longtime GOP Senate Moderate, Dies at 82 Republicans have sold out to the Tea Party for tax breaks.
In an obituary for former Pennsylvania Senator Arlen Specter on Sunday'sNBC Nightly News, correspondent Kelly O'Donnell summarized his shift in political allegiance this way:"Specter's views, supporting abortion rights, immigration reform, and gun control, made him too liberal for the Tea Party move...
R.I.P. Sen. arlen Specter. You were the lone moderate voice in a sea of neocons and Tea Party cerazies. The American people long for more legislators like you-one with a voice of reason. You have fought a brave battle with cancer for many years. We can even forgive your defense of that slimball, Clarence Thomas. Thank you for your years of service. Pennsylvanians on both sides of the aisle were lucky to have you represent them all these year. Now rest in peace.
Former Sen. Arlen Specter, a one time Republican moderate who ultimately abandoned the GOP in the face of the growing Tea Party movement, passed away Sunday, according to the Associated Press. SHARE THIS PAGE: Share with your fri...
In 2009, the modern Tea Party movement got underway shortly after President Barack Obama took office and he and House Democrats subsequently passed the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 without a single Republican vote. The stimulus act became law in February after three Senate Republicans -- Arlen Specter of Pennsylvania (who has since become a Democrat) and Maine Sens. Olympia Snowe and Susan Collins -- crossed party lines and voted in favor of it. The lack of bipartisanship outraged many conservatives and even a few moderates who saw the $787 billion "emergency" expenditure as a demonstration of wasteful spending and an egregious growth of government
"No matter what you want to say the Tea Party is not invisible"
Pennsylvania Sen. Arlen Specter is on the Tea Party-bashing book tour circuit... Cowboy Logic: Is there anyone alive that gives a rat's *** what Sen. "Arlen Sphincter" really says, much less thinks? I didn't think so... And now, onto something that actually means something...
Ana Puig on Neil Cavuto discussing Arlen Specter's new book where he calls the Tea Party "cannibals"
Arlen Specter still doesn't get it. HE WAS THE ISSUE, not the Tea Party.
Former Senators Arlen Specter and Robert Bennett, both ousted in 2010, speak out about Richard Lugar's defeat by Tea Party supporters.
encourages Arlen Specter to go after Tea Party "cannibals"
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