Posts Tagged ‘Tea party’

Media Has Unconditional Peace With Occupy Wall Street Movement

October 16, 2011

The Occupy Wall Street movement that has sparked protests across the nation and the world enters its fifth week today as more demonstrations are planned. On Saturday, protesters gathered and marched in effort to bring awareness to corporate greed in Birmingham, Ala.  Occupy Birmingham organizer Allyn Hudson said demonstrators are tired of the wealthy one percent and corporations controlling political decisions.

“People in America are concerned with having their voices drowned out by an endless tidal wave of money that is purchasing our politicians. We want our government to be free of such influence,” Hudson said.

“Economic and social equality that we seek cannot be achieved without complete and unconditional peace,” she said.

Media has achieved unconditional peace with Occupy Wall Street..


Eye View Historian,Clueless Main Stream Press Struggle To Define Tea Party

August 18, 2011

In an op-ed article in the New York Times, Robert D. Putnam, a professor of public policy at Harvard, and David E. Campbell, a political scientist at Notre Dame, say they have collected data indicating that the tea party is “less popular than much maligned groups like ‘atheists’ and ‘Muslims.’But Campbell says the tea party was really an afterthought in their research.”We didn’t go into this study to look at the tea party,” Campbell said in an interview with The Ticket.

Tea Party roots traced back to Denver, Colorado, where Obama in a huge gamble,recklessly signs $1T Stimulus Bill in a total failure and eventually resulting in a down grading US credit rating. At the time, the concensus was his presidency could hang in the balance.  Class adjourned.

Obama Deficit Commission Taking Heat From 2075 Retirees Talks Of A New Tea Party Movement

November 10, 2010

 In a politically incendiary plan, the bipartisan leaders of President Barack Obama’s deficit commission proposed curbs in Social Security benefits, deep reductions in federal spending and higher taxes for millions of Americans Wednesday to stem a flood of red ink that they said threatens the nation’s very future.

The plan arrived exactly one week after elections that featured strong voter demands for economic change in Washington. But criticism was immediate from advocacy groups on the left and, to some extent, the right at the start of the post-election debate on painful steps necessary to rein in out-of-control deficits.

The plan would gradually increase the retirement age for full Social Security benefits — to 69 by 2075 —2075 retirees are considering a new Tea Party  advocacy group.


With Incredibly Low Approval Ratings For Dems and Rebs, Tea Party Mixing It Up

September 15, 2010

The Tea Party movement has become one of the most powerful and extraordinary movements in recent American political history.

It is as popular as both the Democratic and Republican parties. It is potentially strong enough to elect senators, governors and congressmen. It may even be strong enough to elect the next president of the United States — time will tell.

But the Tea Party movement has been one of the most derided and minimized and, frankly, most disrespected movements in American history. Yet, despite being systematically ignored, belittled, marginalized, and ostracized by political, academic, and media elites, the Tea Party movement has grown stronger and stronger.

On its current path, the Tea Party will make the Republican party an insignificant third party…Drive to create a true two party system..


Tea Party… Week In Review

April 17, 2010


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