Who will lead the revolution against our government?

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    Here's crazy TPer Larry Klayman energizing his fellow TPers at the rally.
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    It is academic, unless you seriously think those three things are the stalwart values of the Washington ruling class. Remember, "corporations get rich" and capitalism are not the same thing -- crony capitalism, the polite term for fascism, is about the only way any corporation could ever see consistent and boundless riches of the sort being reaped in the stock market from the Fed pumping fake value into the markets.
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    I don't think you have clarity on who is crazy, given your affection for the "intellect" of halfwits like Multi-Tool.
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    Having people like Klayman front and center at a rally like that just makes the whole thing look ridiculous. I just can't see you guys winning the court of public opinion. I think most Americans know that anyone who claims Obama bows to Allah is an idiot wingnut.
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    The Ayn Rand revolution will happen. The men of the mind will leave to find greener pastures. The looters will be left to wonder what happened.
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    He had his degrees of separation wrong; Obama doesn't figuratively bow to Allah, he just literally bows to those who figuratively bow to Allah :)
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    He proved it with the Mooslim Brotherhood
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    When the GOP comes up with a viable physical conversative ecomonic plan that is appealing to the voting majority, that is when the GOP will take back the Congress and Pridency.

    We can no longer be the party of the rich. The high income (over 1 million income including capital gains) can no longer be protected. Corporate farmland owners that has all but written their protective government support laws has got to be taken care of. All the corporate fortune 500 companies that have untold protection from paying government taxes must be changed. Fair share taxes should apply to the above catagories.

    Also I believe in contributing to the poor but only when it is necessary. Stricter definations of what is needed to supply a family to have a home, food and an opportunity to attend the educational instituttes of their choice that meet entry requirements. Also every able person that is on the take from the government should either be in training to work or workging in order to receive the afore mentioned support.

    That is just a start. Once the GOP was supported by the middle and upper classes and good part of the low income group. That is no longer the case. None of the low income group, lost a huge amount of the middle class and the Libs are becoming wealthy using GOP protection laws.

    I am a moderate Republican. If I had another choice which I haven't had for the last many years, I would have not voted Republican. Since Regan we haven't had that choice.

    The Tea Party is a drag on the GOP. That has got to be corrected.

    I just wanted to get some things off my chest and I feel a heck of a lot better. I just hope that some other people feel as I do. God Bless!
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    I mean, I can think of more colorful metaphors he could have used to describe Obama's posture toward far too many Islamic interests that hate us, some of which even involve bowing and/or kneeling, but would not leave anyone confused that I might be implying he is Muslim; in fact some of then would manifestly prove he wasn't. Would those be better? I could mail a list to Klayman :)
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    The Tea Party is the only reason, the only reason at all, that the GOP has been relevant to American politics at any point in the last seven years.
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    So you're a French republican. Got it
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    Or a pre-BDS era Democrat.
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    Didn't only four of the 16 Tea Party backed candidates for the Senate win? That's not a very good percentage, is it?
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    FIFY.
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    Made it ridiculous, false, and misleading, actually. No Tea Party, no House majority. Can't simultaneously blame the only reason the GOP won jack or feces in 2010 for then not winning the Senate -- certainly not when the RNC made the choice not to back at least two legitimate Senatorial primary winners.
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    To say you are a moderate Republican is akin to saying you are a fringe element liberal according to some of those who have appointed themselves keepers of the Republican flame. This is coming from the far right who are wagging the GOP body. They are ostracizing people such as yourself on a daily basis and at the same time marginalizing the party. For some reason they believe they have enough votes to retake the WH without moderates but seem to ignore the reality of the situation.
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    Seems like the people want a party that stands for fiscal responsibility while being reasonably liberal on social issues with limited reach of government interference.

    However, whenever a third party makes an appearance.....so many seem to go to great lengths to marginalize the movement.
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    The TP is not a third party. Don't really know why people keep calling them that. They are a branch of the Republican party. Nothing at all wrong with fiscal responsibility but you can have that without pushing out other members.
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    Is that kinda like being a Rambo on a message board???
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    Your typical TPer.

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