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Hey tea party! Establishment politicians are laughing at you


Alex Snitker rants about how establishment politicians are laughing at the tea party, patriot and 912 groups because they think you're impotent. They no longer fear the tea party groups because they think that all you do is attend meetings and complain. Oh sure, occasionally a Republican official will drop by a tea party event and throw some platitudes your way, but do they fear you? According to several recent off-the-record conversations with high ranking party officials and elected representatives, the answer is NO. They think you're a cute little social club.

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Tea Party - Herman Cain

. . .yes, Herman Cain, the man who was shamed out of the election. The same Herman Cain who the Tea Party championed, endorsed, supported, and backed.

They chose Cain rather than championing, endorsing, supporting and backing a MAN OF HONOR, RON PAUL.

They deserve to be ridiculed for making such a massive public blunder with their endorsement.

The price of freedom is eternal vigilance. ~Thomas Jefferson

“It thus becomes vitally important for the State to use all of its powers to repress dissent, for the truth is the mortal enemy of the lie...the greatest enemy of the State.” ~Joseph Goebbels

Geoff Davis abruptly resigned as KY senator

yesterday. If a tea-party/liberty candidate gets into his slot, with Thomas Massie and the other office in central KY (can't remember his name) Mitch McConnell is going to go the way of the betamax. Now, he IS afraid of the tea-party/liberty movement.

This guy is totally Ron Paul

he threw in that he disagrees with Ron Paul 75% because he has to apease his masters so he can keep rolling on the air. Beautiful.

Those who expect to reap the blessings of freedom must. like men, undergo the fatigue of supporting it.-Thomas Paine

The R3volution requires action, not observation!!!!

Alex isn't clueless

Alex isn't clueless. Alex is one of us. The point is, they don't fear the Tea Party, but they DO fear the Liberty Movement. Why? We are getting elected to committee positions, where the Tea Party groups are merely protestors.

What elected committee possitions are they getting?

What party?

I don't get the "Liberty Movement". What is that?

rEVOLution candidate

I'm a newly elected committeeman and will be running for city council next election. We have a rEVOLution candidate running for city council in all wards in my city for the next election and we are all newly elected committeemen. Looking at past voter statistics and our current numbers we will all be elected. Mayor seat is a ? we dont know if we have the guaranteed numbers yet but we might still have someone run for it. We are getting rEVOLution candidates together to run for every elected seat in the city.

"The Granger" if your asking "What elected committee positions are they getting?" then you should run for committeeman in your city. You could start by first going through your phone from A to Z for people in your city call them and get them registered to vote you can download the PDF online. Find a place where you can print them out for free e.g. Work and go to them make sure they put their email so you can better stay in contact with them through groupomatic.com and you could also use that email to sign them up for the Daily Paul newsletter. Then go to EVERY house on your block one by one to get people registered again make sure you get them to put their email on the registration paper so you can use it. After you have everyone on your block registered thats not registered go for a 2 block radius around your house. You want to create a better sense of community with in that 2 black radius so u can start a daily community walk/run every morning at 6am knock on doors tell them i'll be run/walking in the morning to get healthy at 6am would you like to join youll find that alot of people will if you have people with you all ready so I used my family first I got them to come out with me. we do a 1 to 2 block walk for the beginners then those that can run we run 2 blocks, etc. If you need help send me a direct message but the first thing you should do is look at your phone and get those people registered keep a pack in your car you go out, shopping, etc. ask at least one person to get registered remember you want to target people in your community. I target kids at the park, home owners, muslims, drug dealers, churches, etc. anywhere there is a small gathering and my pitch is just to leave you alone. I'm Haitian (black) and there are many segments of these quote minority groups that just want to be left alone. That don't want to be pulled over all the time and don't want to be profiled. Many of them are libertarian in mindset but are pulled in to a collectivist mentality due their environment. I've helped 60+ highschool and college kids get their business license and showed them how to purchase whole sale products online and sell them for profit in our city many of them are doing very good for themselves. Kids that dont have access to college I send them to University of the People (www.uopeople.org/) to online free university to quire the knowledge they need to produce a product of value for the market.

Show people that there is a market solution to their issues when they see that they are less likely to go to the state. I have a large garden in my back yard I trade with people on my block for produce. I got the seeds free from a website I told them I want to create a urban community produce market and will put your website banner in front of the homes they said okay they sent me the seeds with banners now we have 11 houses including mine trading in produce. Each house has a specific vegetable or fruit what we don't use we sell to the local organic market they bag it and sell it.

I think this is long enough lol but yeah look at your phone and get those people registered and don't discriminate so I pre-label the sheets independent and it gives the liberty message a chance because since they are independent they can vote for either party on their first try.

I too

Am an elected GOP Mendocino County district 4, central committee member, and I am up for a committee seat on my Board of Supervisors, whihc I plan to run for my district Board of Supervisors.

I thought the plan, Ron Paul's plan was we take the GOP. I did not want to join the GOP. I joined the GOP to become a Ron Paul delegates, which I am, listed in CA sec of state, district 2; however, Romney won the election (I was volunteer leader for the Ron Paul campaign of Mendocino, Humboldt, Del Norte, and Trinity Counties, and we got the most votes for Ron Paul. My county came in third in CA), Romney's delegates are going to the RNC.

I had to petition, qualify and sign papers, oath to constitution, loyalty to GOP and a 470 to become credentialed committee member. I have gotten several letters in the paper about Ron Paul, gone to many meetings, fraterinites, Women's League of voters, local political events where I have stood up and presented Ron Paul's take on the issues.

Our County is the most politically active county in CA. Of a population of 36K, 24K are registered to vote. Last election we had a low turn out, 10K voted for Obama, of about 5K Republicans over 3K voted for Romney, 756 voted for Ron Paul. There are lottle over 1K in all other parties combined. The non-partisian are mixed in the party's (as being an Indy means you have no representation at all) We have less than 100 registered Libertarians, they do not have a central committee or any meetings, GJ got 21 votes. Being associated wit the LP = marijuana grower. It is legal to grow and smoke marijuana here, so many people do that, but they do not associate with the LP party because it's an invitation to a house check.

It seems Ron Paul had a plan for taking the GOP, but those who could not bring themselves to join the GOP, have decided to divide into other parties and form a "group think", which I don't know how they plan to achieve any goal by being divided by party. Our primary elections provide ballots according to party registration, so if you are a LP member on our ballot, you have reduced your chances of getting elected to less than 100 votes, compared to a Democrat that has 10K on an election with a poor turn out. As a GOP, you might get 5K, which is still half of the Democratic Party, but you have the "Party Majority" to assure you are a runner in the general election.

In CA, they have made it so only two candiates will be on the ballot, a Dem and a GOP, so if you are a LP member, there is no way your 100 votes is going to qualify you. As I said, you can go door to door and every group and meetings, but because LP = marijuana grower, they are not going to sign, even if they are a grower. How many busted LP members does one need to see before you realize that?

So, I don't get the Liberty movement, except as someone said it's an idea. To me an idea is fine, but if there's no way to put that idea into reality, what's the point?

We know you don't "get it".

We know you don't "get it". Liberty is a state of mind. It is the philosophy of freedom. The minds of Americans are changing and it is because other Liberty minded people are making a difference. It doesn't matter if YOU don't get it. Perhaps someday you will. If not, o well.

"The United States can pay any debt it has because we can always print money to do that." — Alan Greenspan

A State of mind?

So how does a state of mind become a reality? Collective group think? Or is the goal to just have a state of mind in a prison planet? Or is the state of mind the goal, not actualizing it? Or is actualizing it by partying and doing DMT illegally and remebering what that state of mind was in prison the goal, but decriminalizing it isn't a goal?

Is this like seperate realities?

Point and match. lol

Point and match. lol

"The United States can pay any debt it has because we can always print money to do that." — Alan Greenspan

Interesting Clueless Reporters

In NH in 2010 we swept the legislature with liberty candidates. We hope to do it again in 2012.

And as for this clueless reporter, she hasn't a clue that the Father of the Tea Party will be on the ballot!

"Early signs are we won't be seeing West, Palin, Bachmann, or other tea party icons in prime time."

Go advise her otherwise!


Jane Aitken, 35-Year Veteran Teacher
Ron Paul 2008 Consultant
GOP Woman of the Year 2009
Founder NH Tea Party Coalition (NOT AFFILIATED WITH ANY FAKE 2009 GROUP)
Founder USPEINetwork @ Yahoo (Nat'l Edu Activism Group)
Board Coalition of NH Taxpayers

After Bachmann did her "Muslim Brotherhood" call for a McCarthy

style witch hunt, she claims in the past couple of weeks she has received over a million dollars in donations. Don't count these wackos out. There are lots of these crazies all over the place.