Well, the Tea Partiers want to end the social security program, thus kicking seniors in the teeth. Tea Partiers want to end student loans and aid to education, thus using a sledge hammer on young people and the future. Tea Partiers want to mistreat old people and kids. Well, I shouldn't expect Tea Partiers to show any more love to puppies than they show to granny and the kids.
The people of Missouri have before them Prop B, which will stop the inhumane conditions in puppy mills, to provide proper veterinary care, stop overcrowding in the cages, et.al, et, al.
Chamber of Commerce is spending foreign money on Tea Party-GOP candidates.
Another day has passed since it was reported by Think Progress that the Chamber of Commerce is soliciting and using foreign money to be spent on attack ads against Democratic candidates who are defending American jobs, and are opposed to the American tax codes rewarding American companies that outsource, ship American jobs overseas to cheap labor markets. Another day has passed and the Chamber of Commerce has not disclosed the source of these foreign funds.
Congressman John Bocherry , Democrat of Ohio --
Rachel Maddow from her show last night --
Less than one month away from election day and the Democrats are going on the offense, challenging the extreme positions of the Tea Party-GOP candidates
These folks cry against so-called Obama socialism. What they don't tell their followers is that these folks are for socialism for rich people, and as much government support for the wealthy that they can give. They're for brutal, robber baron capitalism for everybody else -- sink or swim capitalism. And they want to set the game up, so that most of the American people will sink.
Take the case of the home of Gene Cranick in Obion County, Tennessee. His home burned to the ground because he did not pay his fire protection fee to the fire department..
Of course, one must take Christine O'D at her word. If a person says they're not a witch, they're not a witch. The reason why she has to defend herself on the subject of witchcraft is because in a now well-known clip, from 1999 appearance on Bill Maher's Politically Incorrect, she confessed that she was a witch, said that she had "dabbled in witchcraft,." had a date on a Satanic altar, which was sprinkled in blood. I wonder was that animal blood or human blood?
The Washington Post -- "The bulk of the money is being spent (during the 2010 mid-term elections, is being spent ) by conservatives, who have swamped their Democratic-aligned competition by 7 to 1 in recent weeks. The wave of spending is made possible in part by a series of Supreme Court rulings unleashing the ability of corporations and interest groups to spend money on politics. Conservative operatives also say they are riding the support of donors upset with Democratic policies they perceive as anti-business. "
The State Department has issued a warning to the intelligent --"Don't travel to Europe," or "Be cautious."
Of course the warning is in the form of an advisory for U.S. travelers "to beware of potential terrorist threats in Europe." Some American shrugged their shoulders." The Associated Press reports, that European tourism officials are biting their teeth, "worried that the warning could deter would-be visitors from moving ahead with plans to cross the Atlantic." See the video.
Joe Miller, that Tea Party ace who is running for the U.S. Senate from Alaska, has launched his newest salvo at working and middle class Americans. He wants to do away with federal minimum wage laws, which have protected American workers since 1938.
Mr. Miller defends his attack on the working class and the middle class by saying the minimum wage is a states rights issue.
"That is clearly up to the states," Mr. Miller said. "The minimum level again should be the state's decision. There should not be (a federal minimum. That is not within the scope of the powers that are given to the federal government."
Republican candidate, Tea Partier, Sharron Angle said the Republicans have lost their principles. She doesn't have a high opinion of the GOP establishment, and she has doubts that she will Nevada's Senate race. She said all of these things last week in a closed-door meeting with the other Tea Party candidate for US. Senator from Nevada, Jon Scott Ashjian. The purpose of the meeting was to get him to drop out of the race. Mr. Ashjian recorded the meeting, He said he needed to protect himself. His recording found its way to the Nevada Sun newspaper.