Originally posted by: Kadesh
sounds like what the music scene has always kinda wanted, "individualism." that's my take on it....
Originally posted by: Kevlar Moneyclips
Quick historical overview of the tea party movement, as understood by someone who wasn't paying attention
bunch of dudes sitting around a table somewhere
dude1- you know what would be cool? less government interference in our lives and businesses, lower taxes, higher personal responsibility, i think that would really strengthen this country and help us help ourselves
dude 2- sounds great! lets tie it back into some revolutionary times thing, give it a classic feel. lets get our buddies on board!
:::::a couple of right wing pundits hop on board, those guys eat this shit up:::::
:::::they all go out into the world to spread the word:::::::
dude 1- hey guys, i've got this thing i was thinking, lets kinda try to get our taxes down and maybe get some personal responsibility going
everyone under the age of thirty four who isn't a card carrying member of the young republicans-
HOLY SHIT OMG NOT COOL MAN I SAW YOU TALKING TO GLENN BECK DOWN WITH THE TEA BAGGERS UP WITH TAXES I HATE EVERY FUCKING THING YOU SAY YOU SCUMBAGS
Tea Party Express leader Mark Williams referred to Allah as a "Monkey God". Williams' comments elicited strong rebukes from New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, New York state senators and Muslim leaders. In a subsequent blog posting, Williams wrote, "I owe an apology to millions of Hindus who worship Lord Hanuman, an actual Monkey God. Hanuman is worshiped as a symbol of perseverance, strength, and devotion ... Those are hardly the traits of whatever the Hell (literally) it is that terrorists worship." When questioned by The Washington Post about his comments about Islam, Williams has claimed the controversy has "been fantastic for the movement".
Originally posted by: LEATHERFACE
They've been called racists, bigots, tea-baggers, homophobes, Islamaphobes, idiots, asshats, and, best of all, radicals. But all that's just because people are afraid of them and they know it