Tag Archives: Tea Party

The Tea Party Anthem

(Tipped by JMG reader Joel)

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GOP Rep. Peter King: Rand Paul Doesn’t Deserve To Be In the Senate

Mediaite recaps one of the meow-rich GOP infighting moments we’ve seen in quite a while: Appearing on Fox News Channel on Sunday, Rep. Peter King (R-NY) defended the National Security Agency from attacks on its intelligence gathering practices. He specifically said the charges made against the NSA by Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) are “lies” and that he “doesn’t deserve to ...

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Sarah Palin’s New Year’s Resolution

“Be even more aggressive in calling out media for practicing lapdog laziness. Hey reporters, we know that once Barack Obama got elected you bailed on keeping government accountable; you’ve been abject failures there. Case in point: Nixon’s presidency was over once reporters busted him for allowing his people to spy on political opponents. Today, the Obama Presidency’s hallmark is spying ...

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Ted Cruz Is Still A Canadian

Source.

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Buchanan: Obama Should Go To Sochi

Three-times-failed GOP presidential candidate Pat Buchanan has written a World Net Daily column in which he calls on President Obama to attend the Sochi Olympics in solidarity against the recent terrorist attacks in Russia. Vladimir Putin, who has his prestige fully invested in the Sochi games, would see this as a magnanimous gesture, a reaching out of America’s hand, to ...

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Coulter: I Recommend Capital Punishment For Pro-Gay Television Pundits

“We know A&E is not the government. It may shock your tiny little pea brains, but free speech existed even before we had a Constitution. Free speech is generally considered a desirable goal even apart from its inclusion in the nation’s founding document. Suppose TV networks were capitulating to angry Muslims by suspending people for saying they opposed Sharia law? ...

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Ted Cruz: I’m Above Partisan Politics

Via Mediaite: ABC White House Correspondent Jonathan Karl sat down with Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) at Tortilla Coast, the now-infamous D.C. restaurant where Cruz held one of his meetings amidst the government shutdown, and was quite visibly taken aback when Cruz told him that he was trying to stay out of the political fray. “This is a city where it’s ...

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Teabagger To Challenge Eric Cantor

Virginia Tea Party activist Peter Greenwald spent the weekend asking hate group leaders for their support in his campaign to unseat House Majority Leader Eric Cantor.  Bryan Fischer happily retweeted the above yesterday afternoon.

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Alberta-Born Sen. Ted Cruz Is Finally Going To Renounce Canadian Citizenship

The Dallas Morning News reports: Born in Alberta 43 years ago last Sunday, Sen. Ted Cruz was unaware of his dual nationality until The Dallas Morning News explored the issue in August. Since then, he said in a recent interview, “I have retained counsel that is preparing the paperwork to renounce the citizenship.” He expects to complete the process in ...

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Phil Robertson In 2009: Men Should Marry Girls When They are 15 Or 16 Years Old

The right wing regularly calls Harvey Milk a “predator pedophile” because he allegedly dated a teenager. Liberty Counsel spokesdouche Matt Barber: “Harvey Milk was demonstrably, categorically an evil man based on his rape of teenage boys.”  Let’s see how Barber and his ilk spin THIS message from Duck Dynasty patriarch Phil Robertson. UPDATE: More from the original source. What you ...

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Breitbart Headline Of The Day

Because Muslims don’t go to church, obviously.

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Television Boycotts In The Name Of Jesus Are Totally OK With Teabagistan

Censorship! Freedom of speech! Religious liberty! OUTRAAAAAGE! Oh, wait. That deafening sound you hear is crickets, because the weekly boycott demands by the American Family Association, one of the nation’s largest Christian advocacy groups, are totally OK with the Tea People.  Because when Christianist groups call for nationwide boycotts of television shows and their advertisers, that is a righteous use ...

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Fox News: The Reinstatement Of Phil Robertson Is Victory For Religous Liberty

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From The Governor Of South Carolina

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January 21st: Chick-Phil-A Day

This event is the work of the teabagger site Grassfire, which is home to numerous bits of hilarious crackpottery, such as their claim that President Obama has ordered unisex uniforms for the Marine Corps.

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World Net Daily’s Erik Rush: Stop Pretending Barack Obama Is Our President

“When are we going to stop pretending that the individual representing himself as Barack Hussein Obama and currently holding the office of president of the United States is anything other than a foreign-backed, Marxist operative and Islamist whose objectives include the effective destruction of America as we know it? I realize that the supposed historical significance of this president and ...

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Headline Of The Day

The story is illustrated with a photo of Crazy Eyes.

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Mediaite Names Worst In 2013 Media

Mediaite readers have named Michelle Malkin and Ben Shapiro as the worst personalities in the above formats. Plenty of progressives made the poll too. Hit the link for more.

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HomoQuotable – Doug Mainwaring

“Men who are considering leaving their wives and families to follow the gay dream should consider this: You will cross your fingers and hope everyone will be proud of you for being brave enough to be ‘true to yourself.’ And even though it will most likely remain unstated in deference to you, the biggest thing your children will understand is ...

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Fox Anchor Greta Van Susteren Tries To School Sarah Palin On Free Speech

Via Mediaite: In a Facebook post, Palin declared that “free speech is an endangered species.” Monday night on Fox News, Greta Van Susteren attempted to explain why invoking the First Amendment in this case does not actually make any sense. Palin said she would leave it to the lawyers to decide whether it’s a “free speech rule of law or ...

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