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(RealClearPolitics)   Their senate candidates are losing, a big chunk of their 2010 class of representatives are on track to be drummed from office and their presidential candidate has abandoned them in his etch-a-sketch to the center: the Tea Party is dead   (realclearpolitics.com) divider line 165
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2012-10-26 01:01:05 PM

HotWingConspiracy: Teabaggers are embarrassed Bush voters. Just like none of them will admit to supporting Bush now, in a few years nobody will ever admit to having been a teabagger.



Yet they will continue to vote for the same policies of the Bush era.
 
2012-10-26 01:04:20 PM

zenobia: What happened when a small town in Georgia was hit with a rash of "Make the White House white again" flyers



Yeah, "fake" flyer.
 
2012-10-26 01:16:45 PM

ELF Radio: Justification from one very simpleminded and angry little teabagger:

" I reversed course and did in fact pull the trigger for Romney. But only as a stop gap to get Obama out. Having voted for him, I now own part of him, should he win. And I'm going to be a very very very strict owner."

That's right, baggie. You own that shiat.


There is nothing sadder in the universe than somebody with a tiny tiny bit of perceived power trying to wield it. You see these assholes a lot in restaurants.
 
2012-10-26 01:46:39 PM

Evil Twin Skippy: WorldCitizen: dameron: That's the makings of a regional party. The Republicans need something to appeal to urban dwellers and they don't have it yet.

And you know what happened the last time the South thought they were no longer going to be able to get their way in Washington...

They got their asses handed to them in a war, all of their politicians were forbade from holding office, and their economy was thrown into the shiatter for decades after.


This. Except this time I say we let them go. The rest of the US can move on to be a 21st Century first rate, First World nation while the South goes back into their cave.
 
2012-10-26 02:13:35 PM

WorldCitizen: dameron: That's the makings of a regional party. The Republicans need something to appeal to urban dwellers and they don't have it yet.

And you know what happened the last time the South thought they were no longer going to be able to get their way in Washington...


Yes, and this time we let them leave. Good farking riddance.
 
2012-10-26 02:14:21 PM

Wyalt Derp: Wishful thinking, libtards! You think Paul Ryan doesn't have the balls to teabag all of y'all? November's gonna leave a nasty taste in your mouth!


Quite the contrary. A Romney win will hasten the rate at which we become a banana republic. It's inevitable, so might as well get it over with.

/Voting D in NY. My vote counts for nil.
 
2012-10-26 02:46:13 PM

Zerochance: homelessdude: Rev. Skarekroe: dameron: So barring some unforeseen event Obama looks good for reelection.

Like an enormous storm that prevents people from going to the polls?

heh....I was thinking the same thing. but it is a week too early to have a real immediate effect. Although it could dampen enthusiasm in the northeast (no pun intended)

It's undeniable that Romney is making some inexplicable gains in the polls, particularly with women.

Believe me, I'll be casting my vote come Election Day no matter what, but the election is a toss-up. I believe the smarmy SOB has also made substantial gains in the Electoral College.


Your concerns are duly noted.
 
2012-10-26 03:09:55 PM
No, the tea party is not dead. They are so resistant to the existence of facts that they can never truly die.
 
2012-10-26 05:27:43 PM

FeedTheCollapse: UNC_Samurai: But, will the party see Santorum as the second coming of Pat Buchanan and move away from his ideological stances?

I think they will move away from Santorum mostly because there will be much stronger candidates in 2016.


gingrish?
mc donnell?
christie mc fatass?
palin?
 
2012-10-26 05:42:52 PM

BeesNuts: Whoops. Nix that. He's actually affilliated with O'Donnell. He defeated the incumbent in the primary (which is farking weird, right?)


Did you see who brought the charges? Joseph Biden III. I think that's a great service to the people of Delaware, may this alleged child molesting scum rot in prison for the rest of his short life, if the facts be proved.
 
2012-10-26 06:00:52 PM

WorldCitizen: dameron: That's the makings of a regional party. The Republicans need something to appeal to urban dwellers and they don't have it yet.

And you know what happened the last time the South thought they were no longer going to be able to get their way in Washington...


That's the strangest part. Most Republicans and a sizable minority of Democrats during the Civil War were aghast at the idea of secession. Now all secessionists and seditionists are stated members of the GOP.

The party that claims President Lincoln amongst its lineage now opposes everything President Lincoln sought to sustain. The GOP may once have been a legitimate part of the political process of our country. Today it is a cancer and its leadership marches in lock-step with Jefferson Davis. Their only goal is the total destruction of the United States of America - the precise goal of its enemies during the Civil War. How could you turn your backs on us? How could you hate us? God Damn the Republican Party. God literally Damn it. You are worse than tratiors.
 
2012-10-26 06:06:15 PM

Wyalt Derp: Wishful thinking, libtards! You think Paul Ryan doesn't have the balls to teabag all of y'all? November's gonna leave a nasty taste in your mouth!


I don't think Ryan has balls.
 
2012-10-26 10:03:11 PM

phantomht: FeedTheCollapse: UNC_Samurai: But, will the party see Santorum as the second coming of Pat Buchanan and move away from his ideological stances?

I think they will move away from Santorum mostly because there will be much stronger candidates in 2016.

gingrish?
mc donnell?
christie mc fatass?
palin?


Rubio, Portman, Kelly Ayote, Volcano Bobby, Christie the Hutt.

oh, and possibly RAND PAUL
 
2012-10-27 03:06:33 AM

zenobia: What happened when a small town in Georgia was hit with a rash of "Make the White House white again" flyers


Shermanate it.

upload.wikimedia.org
 
2012-10-27 07:43:26 AM
Burn in hell, tea party. You won't be missed.
 
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