South Carolina & Tea Party

South Carolina is a state in the Southeastern United States. A tea party is a formal, ritualized gathering for afternoon tea. 5.0/5

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Santorum is an *** from my home state. The big Tea Party convention held this week in South Carolina (where...
Sold Out in South Carolina! Overflow crowds of independent tea party Americans packed Myrtle Beach, SC today to... http:…
Real estate magnate and potential 2016 Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump will test the waters in the nation’s first-in-the-south primary state, South Carolina, this month. He will deliver a keynote address to the South Carolina Tea Party convention in Myrtle Beach. Joe Dugan, the head o…
The GA GOP ran a state of the art ground game in Georgia. They did a tremendous job in Georgia. TPPCF made phone calls in Georgia. We were on the ground in battleground states . Jenny Beth Martin, chairman of Tea Party Patriots Citizens Fund (TPPCF), the Independent Expenditure-only SuperPAC affiliated with Tea Party Patriots, the nation’s largest Tea Party organization, which made more than 2.4 million get-out-the-vote calls and knocked on more than 100,000 doors in targeted states, responding to tonight’s historic victory for Republicans at all levels – including TPPCF-endorsed candidates Sen. Tim Scott in South Carolina, Sen. Jeff Session in Alabama, Sen. Pat Roberts in Kansas, Sen.-elect David Perdue in Georgia, Sen.-elect Joni Ernst in Iowa, Sen.-elect Cory Gardner in Colorado, Sen.-elect Thom Tillis in North Carolina, Sen.-elect Ben Sasse, U.S. Rep. Steve King in Iowa, U.S. Rep. Justin Amash in Michigan, U.S. Rep. Mark Meadows in North Carolina, U.S. Rep. Louie Gohmert in Texas, U.S. Rep. Jim ...
Republicans take control, and the Tea Party has already set their agenda: *The BET network will immediately be dismantled and done away with, it will be replaced with a 24hr NASCAR channel. *A new $20 bill will be entered into circulation, and the face on it will be George Zimmerman. *Food Stamps will be a flat rate for all, in the amount of $25 a month. *All black women will be fined for drawing their eyebrows on. *Georgia, South Carolina, Mississippi, Alabama and Louisiana will all be combined to make one state, named Geomisilousibama, and the governor will be Steve Harvey. Lol
Vice President Joe Biden is once again proving that his mouth has a mind of its own after meeting with a group of black clergymen in South Carolina. During the meeting Biden told attendees he is a "white boy" who thinks the Tea Party is "crazy" and a "different breed of cat, man."
The senator in that video btw is Lindsey Graham, from South Carolina. LG fought off a strong Tea Party challenge for the GOP nomination...
Yesiree good people... Our voices are being heard. Majority leader Eric Cantor thought he couldn't lose. Well a no name Tea Party candidate by the name of Dave Brat beat the socks off of Cantor. Virginia has spoken loud and clear. Brat has been very openly against Amnesty for Illegals. That was a big issue regardless of how the establishment Republican Party is openly for amnesty. Also, Erica Brat had Ann Coulter, Laura Ingraham, and the Great One Mark Levin solidly in his corner and they were very open about it on their radio shows. So the ball is rolling and we have to keep it rolling. But as for South Carolina and Lousy Lindsey Graham, SOUTH CAROLINA.WHAT IS WRONG WITH YOU VOTERS...? Lindsey won against just about a half dozen competitors... Lindsey Graham is worthless.
It was my pleasure today to vote for Senator Lindsey Graham in this primary. I believe it to be an important statement that the politics of Ted Cruz and the other intransigent members of Congress which cost us much of the public confidence have no place coming from South Carolina and with one more added voice in the Senate. Lindsey Graham has been nothing but an ally in the fight to pass meaningful immigration reform that does not resort to amnesty, de facto or otherwise. His is a voice still needed in the US Senate, which is something I cannot say for the voices of those trying to take him down this election cycle. They have charted a path for the GOP into oblivion - as the last White House election showed and as the next one will show if we keep playing with the mob that is Tea Party politics. It was my pleasure also to vote yes on both amendments - the life amendment and the income tax amendment. I believe it is time we (as a state) take the initiative to protect life within our confines. It is also vi ...
Remember the good old days when we sent people to Washington to steal as much money as they could from other states and send it back to us homefolks? Some people were great at it. There isn't a rock in West Virginia that isn't named for the late Robert Byrd. Or his wife. To this day, thanks to old Bob, WV gets $2.22 back for every dollar its denizens send to Washington. South Carolina only gets $1.35 back for every buck of tax revenue but it has eight major military bases that bring in about $16 billion a year. But, by far the nation's biggest welfare queen is Mississippi, which gets a staggering $3.07 for every penny it sends to DC. You would think that that would make Thad Cochran the most popular man in Mississippi but he appears to be about to lose his long-held seat to a Tea Party guy who has pledged to go to Washington to clean up this wasteful spending mess. He plans to do this right after he cleans up the mess from having one of his aides caught in a nursing home photographing Cochran's wife ...
Bill Connor has been here from the beginning. We were both a part of the initial roots of the Tea Party in South Carolina in 2009, and Bill has continued in his support for the movement. He is a man of his word, and I know Bill will serve alongside Conservative trailblazers like Ted Cruz, Rand Paul,…
Growing the economic base for black community has failed in South Carolina! Governor has to keep the Tea Party agenda in the forefront!
The results of the latest Winthrop Poll show Graham has ample support to weather primary -- if it happened now. He will have to tread carefully, however, said poll director Scott Huffmon. "He's going to have to lay down a strategy of either trying to scrpae off just enough Tea Party support to weaken their support for the other candidates, or turning out the folks in the party who aren't as quite as Tea Party friendly. Trying to walk both of those roads at the same time at some point is going to be difficult," Huffmon told South Carolina Radio Network.
t was Samuel Johnson who, in 1775, coined the phrase "Patriotism is the last refuge of a scoundrel." They didn't have reality TV back then. Do you remember Thomas Ravenel, the Republican wing nut who was elected Treasurer of South Carolina, the head of Rudy Giuliani's ill-fated South Carolina presidential campaign and the last Tea Party opponent for Lindsey Graham-- all before he was caught selling coke. He's the son of racist former congressman Arthur Ravenel, a Dixiecrat who joined the GOP in the early 1960s and represented the Charleston based first district currently held by Mark Sanford. Now there's a BRAVO! "reality show" debuting next month about Charleston and Tom Ravenel, who's out of prison, is one of the stars. I'm not making this up. Here's the BRAVO! blurb: - See more at:
Patriots in South Carolina gathered together for their annual Tea Party convention, and boy did they have a great time.
REPUBLICANS PARTY vs. TEA PARTY: HEADLINE NEWS OF THE INTERNAL CIVIL WAR. Fundraising fizzles for many in Tea Party: Many Tea Party candidates are fizzling with their fundraising — an early sign they might struggle to upend the entrenched incumbents they’re challenging in this year’s primary elections. A number of more conservative candidates running against Republican incumbents have failed to impress in their most recent year-end fundraising reports. Meager hauls came from many Tea Party challengers, including Senate candidates in Louisiana, Georgia, South Carolina and South Dakota who had been hoping to pull upsets, as well as from congressional candidates challenging Reps. Pete Sessions (R-Texas), Bill Shuster (R-Pa.) and Greg Walden (R-Ore.). Conservative national strategists argue that, historically, Tea Party challengers don’t need to match their opponents’ fundraising; they just need to raise enough to run a strong campaign. Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) and past Senate primary winners Richard ...
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Free Syrian Army Routing Al Qaeda: What’s Washington Waiting For? By Mary Claire Kendall Major General Paul E. Vallely (USA-Ret.), former deputy commanding general of the U.S. Army in the Pacific and West Point grad, is the go-to guy for the Tea Party. “We worship the ground he walks on,” said Captain Larry Bailey, USN (SEAL) (Ret), of Special Operations Speaks (SOS). Little wonder. Vallely of “Stand Up America” is a stand-up guy—not only domestically but abroad. He’s got the kind of gravitas and vision rarely seen on the national stage. “America is at a crossroads and it’s up to us to take the right road and get this country back again,” he told a recent Tea Party gathering in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Syrian Opposition Liaison Group Helps Rescue Swedish Journalists Internationally, his “Syrian Opposition Liaison Group” (SOLG) is engaged in a high-stakes chess game guided by a clear strategic understanding of how to defeat Islamic extremists in the Middle East. Just recently, ...
A tea party activist, attorney and former executive director of South Carolina's Republican Party went on a spree of sexist attacks on Texas gubernatorial candid...
At the South Carolina Tea Party Coalition Convention and it is packed!!! Who said the Tea Party was dead??
Tea Party in Greenville, South Carolina on February 27th, 2009. I have footage from the entire event in HD, if anybody needs it. PLEASE RATE IT 5 STARS
I've got the flu. Fought it off and denied it as long as I could . Somehow, continuously saying "I'm not sick " did not convince my body otherwise... While this battle inside my body between white blood cells and flu bugs rages, I've decided to try and rest so the body can battle more effectively. I have a speech to deliver at a Tea Party Convention in South Carolina next weekend, so I have to beat this thing ASAP. Later, friends ... -JAN MORGAN
South Carolina... there is a large statewide Tea Party convention on January 18th-20th. For those tired of Lindsey Graham (Gramnesty), this could be your opportunity to get involved and organized.
Heinous voter ID bills. Forced ultrasounds on women. Tax cuts for billionaires. The Tea Party Republicans behind this radical overreach have got to go. Their extremism is like mold or weeds: we can’t let it spread. We can beat them. The polls show there are six Tea Party governors vulnerable to defeat. None run ahead of the margin of error. Let’s make 2014 a referendum on their reckless extremism. We need grassroots Democrats everywhere to be a part of this. Because if the Tea Party hasn’t targeted voters, workers and women in your state, you can be sure: it’s only a matter of time. A generous donor will match every dollar towards our $78,000 goal before midnight Saturday, so we can lay the groundwork to win BIG. Give now – today – to double your impact and smash the Tea Party! Click here to donate $25 or more and have your gift doubled to defeat the Tea Party! It’s up to us, and we can’t do it without you. Because you've saved payment info with ActBlue Express, your donation will go throu ...
Hello! After the elections yesterday, I thought it fitting to discuss the 2014 midterm elections with you all - seeing as how I've brought them up many times before. There are many Senatorial elections in 2014, including South Carolina, North Dakota, North Carolina, Arkansas, Alabama, Alaska, Montana, New Jersey, Massachusetts, and others. The highlighted Senatorial elections are the Arkansas election, the Kentucky election, the Louisiana election, and the Georgia election. The reason these are important is, you guessed it, because they are important to the Republicans and the Tea Party. Arkansas and Louisiana, which I have mentioned before, have probably the two weakest Democratic incumbents in the nation: Mary Landrieu for Louisiana and Mark Pryor for Arkansas. Landrieu is facing off against Bill Cassidy. Bill Cassidy is very well liked with the conservative base, he's a good speaker, and he's known throughout Louisiana. Landrieu's hope in this election is coming from her father, Moon Landrieu, former M ...
The lesson of the persistent widow presented by Luke may well have been intended to encourage Christians in a very difficult era of growing persecution.  Scholars have traditionally held that Luke wrote his Gospel around 58-60 AD at a time when the Roman authorities were beginning to seriously clamp down on the new religion as a threat to the State.  But it was also a time in Israel of growing division.  Not only were Christians facing persecution from Rome but also from Jews who were very resentful of the new religion.  But even within the fledgling Church, Jewish Christians were pressuring Gentile converts to comply with Jewish laws and customs.  Perhaps we see some comparison here to the current-day Tea Party and Republicans!  All this means that it would have been easy to have lost heart and to have abandoned the faith.  But history tells us there was an even greater challenge for a young Church yearning for the Second Coming of its Savior.  They were only slowly realizing he wasn’t coming b ...
berita hari ini : Cruz Emerges Stronger From Republican Debacle - Bloomberg In the aftermath of the U.S. government shutdown and a close call with default, there is a political consensus among Democrats, many Republicans, establishment conservatives, business leaders and the inside-the-Beltway commentariat: Senator Ted Cruz of Texas and Tea Party members in the House have done grievous harm to themselves and their brand. They caused economic and political wreckage and got nothing for it. The silver lining, critics say, is that these right-wingers may now be chastened, and Cruz’s national ambitions have been dealt a lethal setback. That, however, isn’t the way Deedee Vaughters and Bob Vander Plaats see things. “We’re winning this argument and now have to go back at Obamacare and getting our fiscal house in order,” says Vaughters, a Tea Party activist in Aiken, South Carolina. Vander Plaats, who heads an influential family-values group in Iowa, agrees: “Ted Cruz is a rock star sucking all the en ...
For those of my friends and family who continue to support the other Senator from South Carolina "Lindsey Graham" the reason he did not support conservatives, the Tea Party or even our Constitution is because he is a progressive Obama like liberal...Thank you Senator Tim Scott Friends, wake the *** UP!
So the Tea Party along with Ted Cruz and the "oh so annoying" Sarah Palin joined U.S. Veterans to storm the White House to demand that Obama reopen the government. This shut down is of the Tea Party's own doing. No way in *** should Obama budge on what is now the law.Like it or not,Obamacare is the law! But the next time somebody tells me this is about Obama's policies and not his race, watch the footage of the tea party nuts waving the confederate flag at the White House,calling Obama a Koran reading Muslim,and demanding his impeachment. Really! Spending the last month in South Carolina and Georgia I'd forgotten about the number of houses and cars I'd see waving and displaying the confederate flag. It's their right, but for me that flag will forever represent a horrible period in American History where human beings(my ancestors) were property and treated less than animals! I wanted to scream "GET THE IT! YOU LOST THE WAR! Much of this shut down is about "Obama hate" People of all races are suffering bec ...
THE TRAITOR John Mccain IS AT IT AGAIN...IT IS MORE THAN TIME FOR MCCAIN TO GO...THE SOONER THE BETTER ! Dear Patriot, Senator John Mccain is at it again. McCain appeared on Fox News and blamed the Tea Party for President Obama's decision to delay veterans' death benefits during the shutdown. The decision to do so was entirely at the president's discretion, yet John Mccain blamed the Tea Party. Our latest piece examines McCain's ludicrous reasoning. Read here. McCain also claimed that he campaigned harder than anyone for the repeal of Obamacare by campaigning with Mitt Romney during 2012. Campaigning with the candidate whose Romneycare served as the template for Obamacare qualifies as campaigning for repeal in McCain's mind, even though most of us would see it differently. We're in South Carolina targeting another guy McCain likes to campaign with, Lindsey Graham. Your donations have helped us beat back the President on Syria, on Larry Summers, and on gun control. Well, today you can help us beat back ...
State Sen. Lee Bright, R-Spartanburg may get Tea Party votes but i think his comment about "If you elect me to the Senate, you will think Jesse Helms has rose from the dead," Bright said. I have no idea if he knows who Jesse Helms is or he is just playing to the extreme right but Jesse Helms was a racist in the Senate. He opposed, at various times, civil rights, disability rights, feminism, *** rights, affirmative action and abortion. He was qouted once as telling the first African American to the Senate he missed the times when Slavery was around. He told President Clinton he better have body guards when he comes to his town. So i am confused why someone would say they want to be him? He is running for U.S Senate in South Carolina against Senator Graham. Now the scary part is not him but that he will win. He isn't the problem i have its Senator Ted Cruz who said we needed more people like Jesse Helms in the Senate a few weeks ago at a Tea Party rally and he drew loud applauses when he said that. He is po ...
Oh that the good people of South Carolina would raise up...and oust Lindsey Graham. No politician is more worthy of a Tea Party challenge than him. Arizona is the State of Irony. How can you produce stalwarts like Gov. Jan Brewer and Sheriff Joe Arpaio, and keep electing John Mccain? Why didn't you oust him last year when you had a chance with J.D. Hayworth? Heading to next year's primary, word of warning to GOP Elites: STAY OUT OF THE PRIMARIES!!! Don't you love Rand Paul and Ted Cruz? We are a mere 15 months from the California Gubernatorial Election and no Republican has announced to go up against Governor Jerry Brown. He is the flimsiest politician that this nation has ever produced, and yet our side can't beat him. I love Michelle Bachman. What happened to her Presidential Campaign.? It was as if she talked at people instead of to them. Too bad. As a congressman, she is a jewel. Hey Gov. Christie!! Be a Republican. Obama ain't your friend. Know why Dems hated Nixon? Because he fought them w ...
hard to imagine a Democrat ever winning in South Carolina. The Tea Party already has Nikki Haley & Tim Scott there.
OHIO politics generally aren't too wild. SOUTH CAROLINA politics on the other hand! Consider this truth-is-stranger-than-fiction chain of events... 1) U.S. Senator Jim DeMint, the titular head of the Tea Party, resigns from his seat last December 2) Appointed to fill that U.S. Senate seat is Rep. Tim Scott, who became the first African-American Republican elected to Congress from South Carolina in 114 years 3) Scott had previously won his U.S. House seat by winning a primary against - of all people - Paul Thurmond, the son of segregationist U.S. Senator Strom Thurmond 4) To then fill Tim Scott's open U.S. House seat, a whopping 16 Republicans and 2 Democrats have thrown their names in the hat 5) On the Republican side, the field includes the son of media titan Ted Turner as well as "I'm hiking the Appalachian Trail" disgraced former Governor Mark Sanford 6) Competing on the Democratic primary side is Elizabeth Colbert Busch - sister to one...Stephen Colbert! Goodness gracious, THAT is juicy!
How the U.S. Military Would Crush a Tea Party Rebellion 136 comments, 4 called-out Comment Now Follow Comments A right-wing militia inspired by the Tea Party movement has taken over the city of Darlington, South Carolina, arrested the local government, and declared that the federal government should be overthrown. As the militia establishes checkpoints across I-95, other extremist groups across the nation rush to declare their support. South Carolina’s governor – a Tea Party supporter – declines to send in law enforcement to quash the militia, but quietly asks for federal intervention. The President invokes the Insurrection Act to authorize the use of federal troops, as the Pentagon prepares for war at home…. This is a drill, repeat, this is a drill. Actually, it’s a thought exercise by two authors exploring just how the U.S. military would respond to domestic insurrection. It sounds almost paranoid, except that nine days after Obama’s reelection, petitions for secession have sprouted in all 5 ...
SOUTH CAROLINA'S conservative Republican governor, Nikki Haley, is the daughter of Sikh immigrants from Punjab. US Representative Tim Scott of Charleston, a Tea Party hero who was raised in poverty by a divorced single mother, is South Carolina's first black Republican lawmaker in more than a centu...
Gov. Nikki Haley Chooses Rep. Tim Scott for Senate! According to reports, Rep. Tim Scott (R-SC), a candidate who the 2010 Tea Party wave and has become a favorite, conservative ally in the House, will be appointed to fill the Senate seat which will be vacated by Senator Jim DeMint. When Tim Scott won his first election for the state House in 2008, he became South Carolina’s first black congressman in more than 100 years. He made history again in 2010 after being elected to his current seat in South Carolina’s 1st Congressional District. In winning that race, he defeated South Carolina political legend Strom Thurmond’s son Paul and became the first black Congressman from that state in 114 years. With an appointment to the Senate seat, Scott will make history once again becoming the only black Senator from either party in the Senate and the first black Senator from the GOP since 1979. The appointment to the seat will run through 2014 when a special election will be held to determine who will hold the ...
Tim Scott, the Republican Congressman from South Carolina who today will be appointed to the U.S. Senate by Governor Nikki Haley to replace Jim DeMint, is the “Chick-Fil-A Teavangelical.” So writes Christian Broadcasting Network’s White House Correspondent David Brody, in The Teavangelicals: The Inside Story of How the Evangelicals and the Tea Party are Taking Back America.
South Carolina-Expect the Unexpected • Karen Floyd Dec 07, 2012-Townhall.com Senator Jim DeMint’s announcement early this morning that he will leave the Senate to head the Heritage Foundation left many loyal activists feeling a profound loss. He is an icon amongst both South Carolina’s grassroots Republicans and the Tea Party, commanding standing ovations at his every appearance. For many outside this foray, Senator DeMint’s departure leaves them simply pondering not just why, but who will be his appointed replacement. This is South Carolina, where politics can turn on a dime, and the rule is, “There are no rules”. Rumors are rampant; the three names most touted to fill Senator DeMint’s seat are Congressman Tim Scott, former Attorney General Henry McMaster, and Governor Nikki Haley, herself. There are commonsense reasons for these particular individuals to be named beginning with Congressman Tim Scott, who has experienced a mercuric ascent in his congressional tenure. It is also well known t ...
South Carolina Senator Jim DeMint, known as one of the most conservative senators on the Hill, will leave office in January to take a position as the President of the Heritage Foundation next fall. Current Heritage President Ed Feulner, who helped build the conservative think tank, will step down in April and serve as Chancellor of the Foundation and Chairman at the Heritage Asian Studies Center. Now some people are scared that one of our most important political figure is leaving, but being the very intelligent man Jim DeMint is, I believe he understands that his influence would be better placed in the heritage institution instead of being in Washington where his core values and opinions are not even considered. Now the Heritage Institution has done some amazing things and we support them in every way. As of now a repeated name to take over the seat is Representative Tim Scott, a black republican from South Carolina and a Tea Party favorite. Do you believe Tim Scott will be as stead fast, powerful, and d ...
Republican’s have a hard time getting certain people to vote for them. So life would be a lot easier if certain people just weren’t allowed to vote at all. 32 out of the 33 voter id laws were proposed by Republican legislators, and passed by Republican controlled statehouses. And signed into law by Republican governors. The Tea Party believes in loving America but hating Americans. And they believe that anybody who disagrees with the Tea Party has sinister anti-American motives. Most of all, you must never, under any circumstance, seek to reach a compromise with your opponent. Or do any of what Democrats and genuine Republicans both call ‘governing.’ Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell: And one other plank in the Tea Party platform. If you are poor, it means that you are either too lazy or too stupid to be rich. Here’s Andre Bauer, Tea Party Leader and the Lt. Governor of South Carolina : My grandmother was not a highly educated woman but she told me as a small child to quit feeding stray ani ...
Anyone else hear Lindsey Graham on Meet the Press? When ever a Senator from South Carolina sounds either intelligent or moderate it's time to take notice. But for him to suggest that the election must force the Party of Treason to confront its policies is too damned shocking. And then to state that he will work with Obama and Democrats to deal with the budget crisis Congressional Republicans forced on to this nation gives one hope that the grown-ups have again asserted control. Note I did not --nor did the Senator from the First State of Treason--state what the solution will be. He suggested a pragmatic solution was in the offing, which is all one can hope from this nation's elected officials. Let us hope, in the title of one of the seminal works of Political Science, for an end to ideology. I'm sure all of my Tea Party friends have read it.
These are senators and congress people that will prevent progress and we must get rid of them next election. They are Ron Johnson of South Carolina, Michelle Bachmann, Paul Ryan, Eric Cantor, John Boehner, Mitch Mcconnell, Rand Paul and all the Tea Party poison Republicans. We are watching them should they let the country fall to the fiscal cliff. We should not tolerate and we allow these folks to do harm to us because we keep voting them back in. American voters you have nobody else to blame but yourselves because you have the voting power to get rid of these nonprogressive law makers. They are doing the opposite of what you voted them for. They working against you instead of working for you.
It is impossible to look at the G.O.P.’s behavior in the last four years — from its unwillingness to consider Obama’s jobs bill, which was praised by independent economists, to the unwillingness of its presidential candidates to consider a $1 increase in taxes for $10 of spending cuts, to the time it spent on sheer lunacy such as questioning the president’s birth certificate — and not conclude that many in the party just wanted Obama to fail in the hope that they could pick up the pieces. Too many Republicans, particularly moderate business types, don’t want to admit how much their party has been led around of late, not by traditional conservatives, but by a radical Tea Party base that has driven decent, smart conservatives — like Bob Bennett of Utah, Bob Inglis of South Carolina, Richard Lugar of Indiana and Olympia Snowe of Maine — out of office. What I’d say about Obama’s domestic and Middle East policies is that, given the messes and political constraints he inherited in both arena ...
.. Tea Party versus Agenda 21: Saving the U.S. or just irking it? By Nick Carey | Reuters – 12 hrs ago.. . . Email 10 Print ... . . . Cedar Falls, Iowa (Reuters) - Tea Party activist Judd Saul admits that he can sound a little unhinged when he gets talking about an issue close to his heart that most Americans have never heard of. "Agenda 21 is an elusive enemy that floats in and chokes you gradually," said Saul, of the Cedar Valley Tea Party in Cedar Falls, Iowa. "They want to destroy the middle-class way of life." "Agenda 21 aims to undermine your property rights and force you" to live in cities, Jake Robinson told Tea Party members at a meeting in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, in April. For Joe Dugan, leader of the Myrtle Beach Tea Party in South Carolina, "Agenda 21 is nothing short of treason." If you don't know what Agenda 21 is, you're not alone - only about 15 percent of Americans do. It is a nonbinding U.N. resolution signed by more than 170 world leaders (including Republican U.S. President George H ...
More FOX (GOPTV) lies and deceit: "Allegations by a non-profit group that there are 30,000 dead people registered to vote in North Carolina have received play in local and national media (including Fox News) over the last week -- what isn't being reported, however, is the group's history of making false allegations of voter fraud or the larger pattern of finding no merit to "dead voter" accusations. The group, led by recently retired Air Force officer and Tea Party darling Jay DeLancy, calls itself the Voter Integrity Project of North Carolina (VIP-NC). In yet another Fox News attempt to fear-monger about post-mortem voter fraud, DeLancy was invited to appear on the September 5th edition of Fox & Friends to hype his group's findings. During the interview, he admitted that so far, his group has only found a handful of allegedly deceased individuals actually voting, and that they're not ready to release an exact number on their findings. To put that tentative "handful" in context, over 2.5 million votes we ...
Why do African American conservatives still try to justify their political choice by saying that the past Democratic party was rascist when those same Democrats (i.e. Dixiecrats) such as Jesse Helms left the Democratic party in droves and became Republicans. The Republicans created a whole political movement around rascism in the early 80's called the Southern Strategy. Please look it up and understand your political history. Please be advised you will never see a Confederate flag at a Democratic Political Rally or in a Blue State. What are the over and unders on the number of Confederate Flags at a Tea Party rally in South Carolina.
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I must remember to lock my doors, as a Democrat living in Tea Party Nation. Today, a brutish neighbor came bounding through the door. I was busy doing my chores and my husband was resting on the couch after a brisk walk, with our remaining dog. We are displaying our Obama Biden signs in our windows and bumper stickers on our car. This is a part of the our Democratic effort in this community, to raise awareness and make our presence known. Our County Chair is an aggressive ex military guy. The idea was to make new friends, where possible. We have teams out ringing door bells, in Charleston, South Carolina. The brutish Tea Party, old white guy after a brief hello, how are you doing launched into a political tirade. I hate confrontation and avoid it like the plague. I didn't see this one coming. I debated for years in the County Committee. It was obvious to me that changing, the subject wasn't going to work either. Pleasantries weren't working. I was gazing in to the eyes of an angry, irrational man, w ...
Last week, Nikki Haley got overzealous with her desire for Tea Party style cuts to the South Carolina budget. While, we all want to save money, she was shortsighted in the kinds of services she was cutting including almost half a million dollars of cuts to domestic violence crisis management and sex...
"Shirley Johnson gets her medical care at Palmetto Health Baptist hospital’s emergency room in Columbia, South Carolina. She goes when her back gives out or when a benign tumor near her ribcage swells and throbs. Johnson, as a 49-year-old with no dependents, isn’t eligible for Medicaid, the joint state-federal health program for the poor, which covers about 20 percent of the state’s residents. * Governor Nikki Haley, a Tea Party-backed Republican, was among the First State leaders to oppose expanding Medicaid after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that the federal government can’t make states do so._ Ready Money: The federal government would pay 100 percent of the costs for those newly enrolled until 2017, when its share would begin to decrease to 90 percent. Some states are leery of adding enrollees as pressure on federal spending may put those funds at risk, said Matt Salo, the head of the National Association of Medicaid Directors in Washington. “There is an enormous amount of federal dollars tha ...
The TEA Party is back in business, but remember this... Who is the Tea Party? What we really know... The Tea Party members are mostly white, social conservatives, disgruntled Republicans and skew older in age than the population at large. They have several Tea Party Leaders who are active in known racist organizations (Some Leaders include... P.Gemma-Florida (Marketing Director for white supremacist organization - "The Council of Conservative Citizens), B.Roper ResistNet Tea Party-Arkansas (Founder of White Revolution), RQuintana-Media Spokesman for 2010 Tax Day Tea Party - South Carolina (Member of Board of Directors for the white supremacist organization - "The Council of Conservative Citizens)). The Tea Party is backed by two organizations, FreedomWorks and Americans for Prosperity, both mostly funded by Koch Brothers. Is the Tea Party really fiscal conservative?... Where was the Tea Party when President George W Bush turned a $236 billion surplus built up by Bill Clinton into a $1.2 trillion deficit; ...
Senator Lindsey Graham rode last week like Paul Revere from South Carolina's wooded upstate to its gracious Lowcountry to its sweltering midsection, offering a bureaucratic rallying cry for his military-heavy state - the defense cuts are coming.
Any conservatives elected would join a small cadre of Tea Party favorites already in the Senate, including Jim DeMint of South Carolina, Rand Paul of Kentucky and Florida’s Marco Rubio.
After riding into office on a wave of Tea Party enthusiasm, South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley now faces a fractious Republican Party. How conservative will she go?
Q: Who persuaded SC Gov. Nikki Haley, a Tea Party favorite, to go into politics? A: Hillary Clinton.
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