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    Why are they fighting? Where's the boss's plan? He hasn't come up with one, yet he snuffs the Republicans plans (simply because they are R, so it seems). His new press secretary is getting punked by Fox News reporters during press conferences. "Armegedon" in six days if they don't come up with a plan. What is this world coming to? What does this mean for us military folks? I'm working on my battle cry..."WOLVERINES!!!"

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    John Stewart calls it "Armadebton"
    TANKER - That dusty, crusty, grease-covered, dirty, sweaty, bright-eyed, fuzzie-faced,
    haircut-needing, beer-drinking, underrated, over-worked, underpaid,
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    ten minutes than a Grunt squad can do all day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Angriff View Post
    John Stewart calls it "Armadebton"
    bwahahahahaha I'm watching him right now

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    Personally, I think everyone at the WH needs to shut the %^#&#$^ up, quit bickering like pre-schoolers, quit using their leadership roles for their personal agendas and ACTUALLY do something useful for the people they supposedly represent and the ones that voted them in.

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    Ahhhhh..... But you see the there is a line that has been drawn. It is no longer a problem with the "R" and "D". It is now the "T" and "D". I am a fellow Tea Party Patriot and we have had it with both Republirats and Libitards. The Republicans of today are Socialistic Progressive’s compared to our original Republican forefathers. Last November was not a referendum on Democrats it was a referendum on politicians.

    70% of the republicans in congress and senate are RINO's. (Republican in name only)
    Bush Senior=RINO
    Bush Junior=RINO
    Gingrich=RINO
    Huntsman=RINO
    Romney=RINO
    McCain=RINO

    I am tired of voting for the least of two evils. Vote all the bums out. TEA!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ballgame View Post
    TEA!
    Sorry but I'm more of a corporate coffee kinda person but thanks for the offer!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ballgame View Post
    Ahhhhh..... But you see the there is a line that has been drawn. It is no longer a problem with the "R" and "D". It is now the "T" and "D". I am a fellow Tea Party Patriot and we have had it with both Republirats and Libitards. The Republicans of today are Socialistic Progressive’s compared to our original Republican forefathers. Last November was not a referendum on Democrats it was a referendum on politicians.

    70% of the republicans in congress and senate are RINO's. (Republican in name only)
    Bush Senior=RINO
    Bush Junior=RINO
    Gingrich=RINO
    Huntsman=RINO
    Romney=RINO
    McCain=RINO

    I am tired of voting for the least of two evils. Vote all the bums out. TEA!
    I roughly knwo what the Tea Party does, but have they gotten anything done? What are their accomlishments? I really want to know. Thanks.
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    There is no such thing as a national Tea Party!!! It's a term the liberal-oriented press/media gave to a whole lot of average Americans who are sick and tired of what established politicians are not doing in Washington.

    Some non-establishment types organized gathering to protest the inaction in Congress and even had the unmitigated gall of selecting their own candidates to run for office in opposition to the two major parties. They selected for ALL political parties. But, due to the system set up by entrenched politicians, they were only able to elect Republicans and a few Democrats.

    The agenda of the people who fall into the label Tea Party, is simple: Less government, less government spending, and following the US Constitution.

    One of the radical ideas they came up with is: every piece of legislation introduced for debate SHOULD CITE THE ARTICLE OF THE CONSTITUTION THAT ALLOWS FOR IT!!!!

    How radical can one be?


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    Quote Originally Posted by AK24 View Post
    Sorry but I'm more of a corporate coffee kinda person but thanks for the offer!

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    Sure will be interesting if Congress actually passes a budget this year, and if so, what POTUS does.
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