It’s a sham?
Steve Leser tells Stuart Varney the Tea Parties are the result of the “Right Wing Machine”. It’s a sham, not grass roots. Varney takes him on in a very entertaining interview.
In part two, Leser explains that the average person can’t speak out because they didn’ speak out when Republicans spent. Too true of some … but not of most. But his statement that Republicans never balanced the budget might tick off the “Contract With America” class of ’94 a lot.
Make no mistake this is how the left wants to portray you. Here’s an example of what happened on Hardball. Matthews’ question is just priceless.
Well there you have it … you’re crazzzzzzzzzzy. Got it?
Amazing…the government spends money we don't have, we object, and we are the crazies?
Unbelievable. The memos must have gone out from the DNC. Over in England there has been a scandal this week which, I believe, relates strongly to the American political "machines." The closest advisor to Gordon Brown (pm) resigned because emails came to light where he was mulling over with a buddy how to invent smears and scandals about the opposition leaders.
Politics is just plain, dirty business. Tony Blair (who I actually liked) adopted Clintonian methods for getting elected, and this also involved getting as much dirt as possible on your opponents, and if you can't get it, invent it.
Stuart Varney did an unsaid, masterful job of exposing this for what it is: another concerted , Democrat "dirty trick" aimed at denigrating and diminishing the impact of the Tea Parties. And this does not mean that Republicans don't do the same thing. My politcal mantra is "a pox on both their housee." Go back to God, America , and forget political affiliations. They'll only break your bank books and your hearts! Power to the people (how's that for being radical???).
I do hope folks like Stuart Varney be SUPRISED by the high turnout of today's tea party rallies. :)=^..^=
Isn't the government's policy of propping up mortgages that shouldn't have been made, paid for with money that we don't have, to burden future generations beyond the horizon, the ultimate sub prime lending scheme?