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    Tea Party/ GOP won't like this...........

    Uh oh.

    [URL="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y83z552NJaw&feature=player_embedded#at=64"]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y83z552NJaw&feature=player_embedded#at=64[/URL]

    New Jersey Republican Gov. Chris Christie defended his decision to nominate a Muslim judge to the state Superior Court against conservative critics who warned that the new judge will implement Sharia law. The notoriously blunt-spoken Christie calling their fears "crap" and "crazy."

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    [QUOTE=cr726;4092877]Uh oh.

    [URL]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y83z552NJaw&feature=player_embedded#at=64[/URL]

    New Jersey Republican Gov. Chris Christie defended his decision to nominate a Muslim judge to the state Superior Court against conservative critics who warned that the new judge will implement Sharia law. The notoriously blunt-spoken Christie calling their fears "crap" and "crazy."[/QUOTE]

    What are his/her previous rullings/statements like? I have to assume if Christie is appointing that he is pretty in line with the standard conservative stance.

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    The Tea Party is a movement about fiscal restraint. As much as you want to believe that it is anything other than that, you're incorrect.

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    [QUOTE=JetPotato;4092936]The Tea Party is a movement about fiscal restraint. As much as you want to believe that it is anything other than that, you're incorrect.[/QUOTE]

    The GOP and Tea Party are one in the same.

    They'd like to think that they are different...but all they stand for is the same thing that the GOP stands for. Everything that is opposite than Obama.

    For example: The Tea Party would be considered different than the GOP....if they were actually for fiscal responsibility. But Tea Party freshman have inserted pork into spending bills at the same rate as the GOPers they were elected to replace.

    It's all a fraud. They stand for nothing.

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    I guess he doesn't want to be president.

    The right wingers will be all over this.

    We are a Christian nation!

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    [QUOTE=JetPotato;4092936]The Tea Party is a movement about fiscal restraint. As much as you want to believe that it is anything other than that, you're incorrect.[/QUOTE]

    Sure.

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    [QUOTE=PlumberKhan;4092952]The GOP and Tea Party are one in the same.

    They'd like to think that they are different...but all they stand for is the same thing that the GOP stands for. Everything that is opposite than Obama.

    For example: The Tea Party would be considered different than the GOP....if they were actually for fiscal responsibility. But Tea Party freshman have inserted pork into spending bills at the same rate as the GOPers they were elected to replace.

    It's all a fraud. They stand for nothing.[/QUOTE]

    You are also incorrect. The Tea Party is a subset of people that consists primarily of people who traditionally vote Republican and Libertarian.

    It is a fiscal movement. It has nothing to do with Muslims.

    You are as confused as the fringe people within it that get the majority of the media's attention that gave you this impression in the first place.

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    [QUOTE=JetPotato;4093001]You are also incorrect. The Tea Party is a subset of people that consists primarily of people who traditionally vote Republican and Libertarian.[/QUOTE]

    ACORN also was just a movement with no political affiliations. Don't confuse as the fringe people within it that get the majority of the media's attention that gave you this impression in the first place.


    Yes. The Tea Party has no political affiliations.

    It's just a massive coincidence that all Tea Party members elected to congress also just happen to be registered Republicans.

    A big, giant, hilarious coincidence...

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    [QUOTE=JetPotato;4093001]You are also incorrect.

    It is a fiscal movement.[/QUOTE]

    While it may have started this way, why are so many of the people at their rally simple there to oust the Kenyan and take back America for the Christians?

    Some real wackos.

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    [QUOTE=PlumberKhan;4092952]...but all they stand for is the same thing that the GOP stands for. Everything that is opposite than Obama.[/QUOTE]

    Barack Obama doesn't stand for anything. And he never will! That's his/our whole problem. He'll say one thing and then do the other. No backbone. No balls. No guts. It's no wonder the Tea Party Republicans push him around. They fill the leadership vacuum that Obama has created.

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    [QUOTE=PlumberKhan;4092952]
    For example: The Tea Party would be considered different than the GOP....if they were actually for fiscal responsibility. But Tea Party freshman have inserted pork into spending bills at the same rate as the GOPers they were elected to replace.

    It's all a fraud. They stand for nothing.[/QUOTE]

    your example is not considered valid until we have facts to back it up pk... which spending bill was it and what senator/ congressman signed up for it.... :confused:

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    [QUOTE=PlumberKhan;4092952]The GOP and Tea Party are one in the same.[/QUOTE]
    Mike Castle says hi.

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    [QUOTE=PlumberKhan;4092952]The GOP and Tea Party are one in the same.

    They'd like to think that they are different...but all they stand for is the same thing that the GOP stands for. Everything that is opposite than Obama.

    For example: The Tea Party would be considered different than the GOP....if they were actually for fiscal responsibility. But Tea Party freshman have inserted pork into spending bills at the same rate as the GOPers they were elected to replace.

    It's all a fraud. They stand for nothing.[/QUOTE]


    link?

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    [QUOTE=cr726;4092877]Uh oh.

    [URL="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y83z552NJaw&feature=player_embedded#at=64"]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y83z552NJaw&feature=player_embedded#at=64[/URL]

    New Jersey Republican Gov. Chris Christie defended his decision to nominate a Muslim judge to the state Superior Court against conservative critics who warned that the new judge will implement Sharia law. The notoriously blunt-spoken Christie calling their fears "crap" and "crazy."[/QUOTE]

    Sometimes it's hard to tell what the tea party stands for, but it's never hard to tell what this man stands for. He's a pretty unique politician, and therefore, pretty special.

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    [QUOTE=PlumberKhan;4092952]The GOP and Tea Party are one in the same.

    They'd like to think that they are different...but all they stand for is the same thing that the GOP stands for. Everything that is opposite than Obama.

    For example: The Tea Party would be considered different than the GOP....if they were actually for fiscal responsibility. But Tea Party freshman have inserted pork into spending bills at the same rate as the GOPers they were elected to replace.

    It's all a fraud. They stand for nothing.[/QUOTE]

    Bullcrap. The Tea Party are Fiscal Conservatives, unlike the Democrats and Rhinos who are despots along with numbnute in the White House AA Rating thanks to Odumba!

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    Good for him he nominated a Justice who happens of the Muslim Faith. Bravo Governor!

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    :dunce: :dunce:

    Morons. Tea Party is a rebranding of Fiscal Republicans.
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    [QUOTE=pauliec;4093479]Sometimes it's hard to tell what the tea party stands for, but it's never hard to tell what this man stands for. He's a pretty unique politician, and therefore, pretty special.[/QUOTE]

    I'm ok with him trying to change things, he's the only one who has ever done this. But He made public employees start paying back into the pension. After how many millions of dollars was stolen, he's making public employees pay back something that was stolen from them? Not right.

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    [QUOTE=PlumberKhan;4093584][IMG]http://sas-origin.onstreammedia.com/origin/gallupinc/GallupSpaces/Production/Cms/POLL/ndytmnhcxu6kvb8ocqs1rg.gif[/IMG]

    :dunce:

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    :dunce: :dunce:

    Morons. Tea Party is a rebranding of Fiscal Republicans.[/QUOTE]

    This is your proof, name-caller?

    Silly.

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    [QUOTE=JetPotato;4093001]You are also incorrect. The Tea Party is a subset of people that consists primarily of people who traditionally vote Republican and Libertarian.

    It is a fiscal movement. It has nothing to do with Muslims.

    You are as confused as the fringe people within it that get the majority of the media's attention that gave you this impression in the first place.[/QUOTE]

    Dick Armey and Freedom Works, the money behind the forming of the 'tea party', have a conservative social agenda too.

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