Tea Party vs. Kenyan-influenced Marxists

“My friends now joke that something about Kenya, maybe the strange diet, or the tropical sun, changed my personality; Africa to them seems a catalytic converter that takes in clean-shaven, clear-thinking Americans and sends back bearded Marxists

No, it’s not Barack Obama who said that. 

It was another Democrat[ic Socialist Marxist] … one who I believe will be defeated in November when he faces a Tea Party Constitutional Conservative Republican who just defeated an establishment Republican that had held elected office for more than 40 years.

Who will mainstream voters support this November?  Will it be the Marxist or the Constitutional Conservative?

I don’t expect this to be a good year for Marxists in any of the 50 states.

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64 Responses to Tea Party vs. Kenyan-influenced Marxists

  1. A commenter who has gone by many different aliases:

    chillpill
    YouShouldTakeAChillPill
    TakeAChillPill
    none
    RedPillIsNotAPatriot
    Huh?
    LMAO
    Mike
    AnotherPerspective

    and tried to impersonate both me and Jax (who in turn tried to impersonate Ladysforest), has been banned.

    But just for grins I think I may approve selected comments of his on this particular post.

  2. Mike says:

    It is highly unlikely O’Donnell will win in November, whereas it was highly unlikely that Coons would have been able to beat Castle. Thank you Tea Party for ruining the chances of Republicans taking over the Senate. I mean when Karl Rove thinks she is nuts….lmao.

  3. Laugh all you want now. You won’t be laughing in November.

    And as to Rove, he has pissed off conservatives for the last time. He’s finished. He may still get some RINOs to hire him and listen to him, but he has lost conservatives forever. He doesn’t understand the Tea Party, but we understand him, and what he represents. He is part of the problem, and we are part of the solution. It’s actually funny that you bring up Rove… he and those like him were the losers last night.

  4. Mike says:

    How about a little wager?

    Coons wins: You no longer moderate my messages
    O’Donnell wins: I never post anything again.

    The Republican Party was the loser last night.

  5. Here’s what I say to both you and Karl Rove:

    Yes, the Republican Party establishment was the loser last night.

    And the Tea Party was the winner.

  6. Mike says:

    Actually the Democratic Party was the big winner of the night. A Senate seat once thought to be safely Republican is now most likely to go Democrat. Sure it was a victory for the Tea Party, but what do they gain from it? Not a Senate seat. As the Tea Party takes many Republicans farther to the right, many centrist Republicans and Independents will not join them. That is the reality.

  7. Mike says:

    “Only 31% of voters in the state think O’Donnell’s fit to hold public office while 49% think that she is not. Even with Republicans in the state less than half at 48% believe that she is.”

    http://publicpolicypolling.blogspot.com/2010/09/coons-up-big.html

  8. A Senate seat once thought to be safely Republican is now most likely to go Democrat.

    The seat was never “safely Republican”. That seat had been “safely Democrat” for the last 38 years, having re-elected Joe Biden to his seventh 6-year term.

    That’s hardly a “safely Republican” seat.

    Sure, Castle was polling better than Coons, but Castle himself was never “safely Republican”.

    A castle “win” would be a conservative “loss”.

    The only way for conservatives to win that seat is for conservatives to first win the primary, and then win the general election.

    Step 1 has been accomplished, and now it’s on to step 2.

    Can I guarantee that O’Donnell will win the general election? No, I can’t. But I think her chances of winning the seat that Democrat[ic Socialist] Joe Biden was elected to seven times over four decades are about the same as Scott Brown’s chances of winning the seat that Democrat[ic Socialist] Ted Kennedy was elected to nine times over five decades.

    It’s really going to sting for you if she wins and SHE is the reason we win the Senate majority…

  9. I’d like to see Sarah Palin campaign for Christine O’Donnell, and Barack Obama camapaign for Chris Coons, and see which side a majority of Delaware voters support.

    Bring it on!

  10. Let’s compare fundraising totals since the Republican Primary…

    Christine O’Donnell has raised over $1 Million:

    How much has Chris Coons raised?

  11. Mike says:

    Is that a fudged graphic? According to her website it says 90%.

    Regardless, it’s going to take a lot more than that for her to pull of a win in this election.

    Also, I love that her entire website is a single page asking for donations. At least Coons offers a little more information on who he is and where he stands.

  12. ladysforest says:

    “Mike says: “Sure it was a victory for the Tea Party,” Blah, Blah, Blah.

    You see “Mike says” and assorted ilk, a victory is a victory…period! This victory reaffirms the convictions of the conservative majority.
    It is a pure victory.
    The amount that this Lady has raised in ONE DAY of citizen contributions is pure victory.
    The whining and sniveling of the wretch that she triumphed over is proof of pure victory.
    The revelation of Carl Rove’s “establishment only” position was pure victory.
    He is a frustrated little man right now. But we saw into his little dark soul didn’t we?
    Yes, time for a change indeed!

  13. skeeter says:

    Asked today whether he would endorse O’Donnel, Rove said, “I endorsed her the other night-I said I’m for the Republican in each and every case.” Rove said his earlier negative remarks actually helped O’Donnel because her supporters were prompted to donate to her campaign in response to them. (CBS NEWS)

  14. No, it’s not a fudged graphic. See
    http://christine2010.com/
    She was at 106% of the $1 Million goal at 3 PM, and now, 6 hours later, she’s at 98% of the newly-revised goal of $1.25 Million. She’s raised well over $150,000 in just the last 6 hours. Over $25,000 per hour. That’s pretty impressive. And each time they’ve set a goal, they’ve blown past it. This is reminding me a lot of the Scott Brown race.

    I don’t know why the http://christineodonnell2010.com/ site is not being refreshed as quickly as the http://christine2010.com/ site.

  15. Rove is in damage control mode. His “brand” has been badly damaged, and he’s trying to salvage what he can of it.

    His earlier comments clearly indicated that he already assumed she would lose. He immediately decrimented the number of Senate seats he thought the Republicans would win, as soon as he learned of O’Donnell’s primary win. He in no way “endorsed” her, but rather pouted because he thought her win equaled a Republican loss in November.

    The base has seen the “Dark Side” of Karl Rove, and they don’t like it. Rove can try to use Jedi mind tricks now, but they aren’t working on us.

  16. Time to set a new goal, she’s well past $1.25 Million now.

  17. New goal set: $1.5 Million

    I ask again: How much money has Coons rased since the winner of the Republican primary was announced?

  18. Flashback:

    Massachusetts: The Scott Brown ‘moneybomb’ keeps exploding
    By: Byron York
    Chief Political Correspondent
    01/14/10 2:29 PM EST
    Here in Massachusetts, there’s a lot of talk about the success of the latest fundraising campaign in the Scott Brown-Martha Coakley race. Vicki Kennedy, widow of Sen. Ted Kennedy, sent out an fundraising appeal on Coakley’s behalf which is said to have brought in a little over $525,000 on Wednesday. Ted Kennedy, Jr. and perhaps Caroline Kennedy are reportedly planning appeals of their own.

    While Vicki Kennedy’s effort raised a lot of money, it’s less than half the $1.3 million raised online by the Scott Brown “moneybomb” on Monday. That total surprised Brown’s supporters, who had been hoping for a big haul but had no idea it would get so big. And what hasn’t been reported is the Brown moneybomb didn’t stop exploding just because Monday turned to Tuesday. Fundraising has remained high…

    So, the last time the Democratic Socialists pimped out Kennedy’s widow. This time they’re pimping out John Kerry?!?

  19. Forrest Gump: “Earl, what’s going on?”

    Earl: “Coons is trying to get into the Senate.”

    Forrest Gump: “Coons? When raccoons tried getting on our back porch, Mama just chased them off with a broom.”

  20. Time to set a new goal.

    She’s raised over half a million dollars just in the last 24 hours!

  21. skeeter says:

    The author of Hebrews wrote:
    “Now faith is the realization of things HOPED for, the evidence of things not seen.”

    That doesn’t seem to be working out too well for the democrat socialist party these days. They put all their hope in the wrong messiah, and the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob is no respector of [jihadists] persons. Jihadists [persons] who would build Mosques in which they could practice their religion that swears the Son of God, Jesus Christ, who was/is none other than God Himself, was formed from a clod of dirt just as Adam was formed.

    Who woulduv ever thought a little Tea coulduv/woulduv ever be such a powerful wellspring of Godly influence that it may very well determine the fate of a great nation such as America? But just as Moses said to the Children of Israel some 3560 years ago when the Egyptians chased them to the Red Sea:
    “Do not be afraid. Stand still, and see the salvation of the Lord, which He will accomplish FOR YOU TODAY. —————————-.” 2010.

    Well we know the outcome of that, He buried the Egyptians. God buried the Egyptians from which sprang the Hagarene mother of Ishmael, the progenitor of the Arabic Mohammedan nations of Islam.

    Who woulduv ever thought a little Tea could be such a potent brew?

  22. Mike says:

    She’s raised over half a million dollars just in the last 24 hours!

    Wow she can live off that for a while.

  23. I support the rule of law. She is innocent until proven guilty. If she is tried in a court of law, and proven guilty, then I will expect the punishment to fit the crime.

    I do find it laughable that Anderson Cooper is interested in the college records of Christine O’Donnell, but Anderson Cooper has shown absolutely NO interest in the college records of Barack Obama… records which Obama has had sealed. Anderson has no curiousity about why Obama had those records sealed?!?

    How did Obama pay for college? Why did wealthy Arabs ask Percy Sutton to write a letter of recommendation to help get Obama into Harvard Law School? Did wealthy Arabs pay for Obama to attend Harvard? If Obama is as brilliant as the MSM tells he is, then where are the college records to prove it? What grades did he get? Where is the Senior thesis he wrote?

    Will Anderson Cooper ask these questions?

    Also, please provide the link to where Anderson Cooper and Gary Tuchman dig into, and ask questions about, Chris Coons’ past. Because I’m sure that as a Fair and Balanced news organization, they will give the Democratic candidate equal scrutiny. Right? I mean, they’ll investigate his trip to Kenya and why he said that that trip turned him into a “bearded Marxist”, right?!?

    Christine O’Donnell is by no means a perfect candidate. If her opponents can prove in a court of law that she broke the law, so be it. But short of that, they are smearing her. CNN is the Communist News Network. They are showing a clear bias by attacking her and ignoring Coons’ background.

    I believe that DE voters are looking at two imperfect candidates, and must decide which imperfect candidate will receive their vote. There is no “moderate” candidate in this race. There is a far-left candidate in Coons, and a far-right candidate in O’Donnell. A Marxist in Coons, and a Constitutional Conservative in O’Donnell. A legal judgment against either of the candidates would be a game-changer. But barring that, I believe that a majority of Independents, and moderates of both the Democrat and Republican parties, will choose the Constitutional Conservative over the Marxist.

  24. Mike says:

    LOL…crazy alert.

    The whole who paid for Obama’s Harvard education has been proven false (and more on it’s origins). Seriously, you seem so gullible when it fits yout desired narrative.

    Also, please provide the link to where Anderson Cooper and Gary Tuchman dig into, and ask questions about, Chris Coons’ past. Because I’m sure that as a Fair and Balanced news organization, they will give the Democratic candidate equal scrutiny.

    If there was anything as damning as O’Donnell’s alleged personal use of campaign funds, CNN probably would cover it. That Coons wrote a college article 25 years ago where he stated that his friends thought he came back a Marxist is about as relevant as O’Donnell’s revelation that she dabbled in witchcraft oh so long ago. Coons record while in public office show him to be no more a Marxist than most elected Democrats and Republicans in the last 100 years.

    I believe that a majority of Independents, and moderates of both the Democrat and Republican parties, will choose the Constitutional Conservative over the Marxist.

    I wholeheartedly disagree. I beleive that John Conryn was correct in saying: “I’ve talked to a lot of folks who are basically independents who say: I’m fine with the Republicans as long as we’re talking about fiscal responsibility. Where I go off the reservation is when you talk about social issues.”

  25. You haven’t addressed the issue of the Arabs asking Percy Sutton to write a letter of recommendation for Obama, when Sutton had never even met Obama. Those Arabs were using their influence in order to manipulate Sutton into using his influence in order to manipulate the admissions officers at Harvard into accepting Obama into Harvard Law. The pRresident who boasts of transparency has sealed all of his records and won’t let you see his Harvard application.

    Coons record while in public office show him to be no more a Marxist than most elected Democrats and Republicans in the last 100 years.

    First off, you can’t equate present-day Democrats with present-day Republicans. Obamacare was a Democratic Socialist / Marxist / Communist bill, and there was a very clear difference in how Democrats and Republicans voted.

    You also can’t equate present-day Democrats with either Democrats or Republicans of the past. Here’s why:

    In his blog post about the new Democrat logo at Democrats.org, Tim Kaine said:

    Growing up in Kansas City, Harry Truman—the former President and the man from Independence – was very much a local hero. And I got the sense—from him and from others—that the Democratic Party was the party that stood tall around the world and pushed for greater equality at home. That took special care to watch out for those in need. That stood up for all Americans, for our American future, and for the American Dream.

    That’s our party. We are Democrats. And we’re delivering change that matters.

    Yes, Harry Truman was a hero.

    But do you know what he stood for? Do you know what change he advocated? Do you know what he thought was not emphasized enough and needed to be emphasized more?

    Sadly, you don’t. If you heard someone speak the words of Harry Truman today, you would likely call them a “wing-nut” or “tea-bagger”.

    Pay heed to the words of Harry Truman:

    The fundamental basis of this Nation’s law was given to Moses on the Mount. The fundamental basis of our Bill of Rights comes from the teachings which we get from Exodus and St. Matthew, from Isaiah and St. Paul. I don’t think we emphasize that enough these days.

    If we don’t have the proper fundamental moral background, we will finally wind up with a totalitarian government which does not believe in rights for anybody except the state.

    -President Harry Truman

    I believe that a majority of Democrat voters are Truman Democrats, not Obama/Pelosi/Reid Democrats. And Truman Democrats not only support the Tea Party, they actively participate in it.

    I know. I’ve met and talked with them.

    And they will be voting Republican this November.

  26. People have two things they can donate to a campaign:
    1) Their money
    2) Their time

    Please compare and contrast for me, if you will, the amount of money that has been donated to O’Donnell vs. Coons, as well as the number of people who have volunteered their time to help the campaigns of O’Donnell vs. Coons.

  27. Mike says:

    I guess Truman was a “Democratic Socialist / Marxist / Communist”

    The most controversial aspect of the plan was the proposed national health insurance plan. In his November 19, 1945 address, President Truman called for the creation of a national health insurance fund to be run by the federal government.

    source

    And what would modern day Tea Partiers think of Truman’s Fair Deal?

  28. What would Truman have thought of Obamacare? I don’t think Obamacare is what Truman had in mind…

    I never said I agreed with everything Truman proposed. But he was absolutely correct with what he said about the basis of this country and what would happen if we got away from that foundation.

    I do consider him a hero for saving multiple thousands (if not millions) of lives with the way he ended WWII. Had he not used the bombs, multiple times more Japanese and Americans would have lost their lives fighting that war.

  29. The fundraising pace has slowed…

    Christine O’Donnell only raised another $275,000 in the last 30.5 hours…

    … so, it’s about $9k/hour now, down from $25k/hour…

    At this pace, it should take about another 20 hours to hit the new goal of $2M. (She’s at $1.82M now.)

    Even if the pace continues to slow, I have little doubt that she will have raised $2M by the time one week has passed since she won the Republican primary.

    I ask again, how much has Coons raised from grassroots contributors?

    (As opposed to receiving laundered taxpayer money… stimulus dollars funnelled through ACORN or other similar organizations to fund Democratic Socialist candidates.)

  30. Chris Coons’ web site won’t say how much (or how little) he has raised.

    But he does, as expected, do his best to portray Christine O’Donnell as “out of touch with our state and … Delaware’s values”.

    Delaware, like Massachusetts, was one of the original states to have representatives who signed the Declaration of Independence, Constitution, and Bill of Rights. Any discussion of “Delaware’s values” should acknowledge that.

    Coons is alarmed that, “O’Donnell will fight to roll back a woman’s right to choose”.

    Funny, when I read the Declaration of Independence, I see that our Founders believed in an unalienable Right, endowed by our Creator, to Life.

    Nothing in the Declaration of Independence about “a woman’s right to choose” death for the child in her womb.

    ———————

    Abortion, the Declaration of Independence, the Bible, and the First Amendment

  31. Two days before the country was set to celebrate Constitution Day, President Obama decided to invoke the words of another founding document: the Declaration of Independence. Except he changed the words.

    Towards the end of a speech on September 15 to the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute, Obama began quoting the famous “rights” line from the founding document. But partway through, he omitted where those rights come from: a Creator.

    The line is supposed to read: “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.”

    But Obama’s recitation left out an important part: “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are crated equal. [Long Pause] Endowed with certain inalienable [sic] rights: life and liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.”

  32. I have little doubt that she will have raised $2M by the time one week has passed since she won the Republican primary.

    Christine O’Donnell just passed the $2 Million mark in funds raised since she won the Republican primary a week ago. (Actually she’s got about another 12 hours to go before the actual point where she was declared the winner one-week ago… what will her fundraising total be then?)

    I ask again, how much has Coons raised from grassroots contributors?

    (As opposed to receiving laundered taxpayer money… stimulus dollars funnelled through ACORN or other similar organizations to fund Democratic Socialist candidates.)

  33. How much has Coons raised in the last week? I don’t know.

    But here is a potential frame of reference for O’Donnell’s fundraising…

    Population of Delaware: 885,122 – Jul 2009
    Population of Alaska: 698,473 – Jul 2009
    Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Population Division

    In Alaska, the Democratic candidate has raised $300,000 in the last three weeks.
    In Delaware, O’Donnell has now raised $2,135,115.20 in one week.

    Yes, Delaware has a larger population than Alaska, but is that really relevant in today’s world, when people anywhere in the country can donate to the campaign of a candidate that they want to see win?

    O’Donnell has, in a single week, raised seven times the amount of money that the Democrat in Alaska has raised in three weeks.

    Is Coons doing any better in his fundraising that the Alaska Democrat is?

  34. They bumped the goal by another half million dollars, and she’s already half of the way there… having raised a quarter of a million dollars in about 28 hours. I find it amazing that she’s still raising about $9,000 per hour. That’s the pace she was running 4 days ago. I expect the pace to slow, and I’m amazed that the pace hasn’t slowed over the last 4 days. A lot of people obviously want O’Donnell to win, so much so that even in a long-term down economy they are willing to send their own hard-earned money to help O’Donnell win.

    Now, winning will take more than just money. Money is necessary to buy TV and radio advertisements, but the internet and word-of-mouth helps spread the message, too.

    The choice for Delaware voters is between a Constitutional conservative and Harry Reid’s “pet”. The choice is clear.

  35. I ask again, how much has Coons raised from grassroots contributors?

    (As opposed to receiving laundered taxpayer money… stimulus dollars funnelled through ACORN or other similar organizations to fund Democratic Socialist candidates.)

    Is Coons getting any of this government-laundered taxpayer money to fund his campaign?

  36. Most important issue for independents? Hint: Not the economy

    So, according to the survey, if you support Obamacare, you’ve just lost 40 percent (83 percent of 48 percent) of the independent vote — before any other issue is even addressed.

    That is why I think Chris Coons is in trouble. Coons said he broadly supports the Obama agenda, including the Healthcare bill.

  37. The Senate seat filled for decades by Teddy Kennedy is now filled by a Republican.

    Could the same thing happen to…

    Biden’s old seat?
    Obama’s old seat?
    Hillary’s old seat?
    Harry Reid’s current seat?

  38. So, Christine O’Donnell has raised $2.3 Million, and Obama can’t even sell out a room that holds 650, even when the ticket price is only $100…

    Only after I received four email invitations and two personal calls imploring me to come did I call Speaker Pelosi’s office to check the admission price. “You mean, to be in the room with the President of the United States is now on fire sale for $100?”

    ”Yup.”

    “How long do we get?”

    “Half hour.”

    “How many $100 givers have rsvp’d?”

    “Mmmm 250.”

    “Do we need to line up early to get in?”

    “That’s not necessary. Everybody will get in.”

    And everybody did—450 people in a room that holds 650. Even Obama’s fire sale didn’t sell out.

  39. Newsweek Cover Story, February 07, 2009:

    We Are All Socialists Now

    Question: After the Tea Party Revolution thows many socialists out of office, will Newseek run a cover story saying, “We Are All Tea Party Patriots Now”? Or, “We Are All Capitalists Now”?

    No, of course they won’t. But maybe, just maybe, they’ll figure out that we are NOT “All Socialists Now”.

  40. Christine O’Donnell has raised over $2.5 Million since she won the Republican primary on 9/14.

    I ask yet again, how much has Coons raised from grassroots contributors?

  41. In a shortage economy, rationing forces some hard choices. Democrats running for Congress in both chambers have discovered this as donors have begun closing their pocketbooks or tapping out, and the desperation for dollars has them competing not against Republicans but each other. Politico reports that a dwindling pool of patrons are being pitched by Senate campaigns to skip sending any money to House candidates as Republicans will take control in the next Congress anyway

    I ask yet again, how much has Coons raised from grassroots contributors?

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