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Cam V (417)
Monday March 21, 2011, 11:38 pm
They are joining the Tea Party movement because they are mad as hell and are not going to take it anymore. They are from all parties. She was a liberal Democrat who supported Obama. But she is awake now and will help wake more citizens up to try and bring about real change in America.

If you support:

Limited Government
Fiscal Responsibility
Personal Responsiblity
The Rule of Law
National Sovereignty of our Nations

Then join the Care 2 Tea Party. It is moving around the world as the common sense structure of the group grows.


Carrie W (6)
Tuesday March 22, 2011, 4:09 am
One by one, our "intelligent" Americans are waking up.

Kit B (276)
Tuesday March 22, 2011, 5:57 am

No, I will not be joining a tea party movement. I am like many others saddened and deeply disappointed that to find actually news, with out the slant of some "talking head" is becoming almost like the search for the Dutchman's gold. Personally, I feel myself capable of making my own analysis from just the factual news. Nor do I care about what the the current darlings of the media say or do, I find it all a useless distraction. Recently, I had CNN on the background and heard that there was a "breaking news" - this "alert" it was about Charlie Sheen's latest ramblings. No wonder Americans seem stupid. If Palin tweets, or Biden burps - I don't care. In the near forgotten words of Joe Friday, "Just the facts, mam." Yes, please - just the unvarnished facts.

Kit B (276)
Tuesday March 22, 2011, 6:05 am

Sorry, that was off topic but such information about a single person changing from one party to another is (just in my opinion) another distraction from the real and deeply disturbing issues affecting all of us. Frankly I don't see either party, nor their "off shoots" offering any thing more then sound bite rhetoric.

Cam V (417)
Tuesday March 22, 2011, 3:09 pm
No problem Kit! We differ but I really like to hear your views on things.

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