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TEA Party not received well in St. Louis

July 18th, 2009 . by TexasFred

Sen. Claire McCaskill’s Office Locks Doors, Pull Blinds & Calls Cops on Tea Party Protesters


Ya know, for a bunch of folks that Obamanure claimed to have not heard of, claimed we didn’t even exist, it sure looks like there’s some far left libber loons Senators and their staffs that are afraid of us.

Not too bad for a bunch of folks that aren’t even real huh??

Now you have to ask yourself, WHAT are the libbers and left afraid of? Do they think we’re going to hold their feet to the fire and try to unseat them from their positions of power? They would be correct in that assumption.

But it’s not just the loons on the left and libbers that are in our cross hairs. We are going after apathetic RINOs even more vehemently than we do the libbers. We expect a lot from so-called Republicans. We expect them to actually be Conservatives, and when we find out they’re not, we label them as the RINOs they truly are.

This is just the start America, we’re going to clean this nation up and clean the loons and RINOs OUT!


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7 Responses to “TEA Party not received well in St. Louis”

  1. comment number 1 by: Sam Pierce

    Conservatives in Illinois have a fight on our hands as RINO Mark Kirk (one of the Cap & Tr8ers) is being pushed by the party and the NRSC for Burris’ senate seat. BTW, Claire McCaskill was a typical Dem tax evader when she held state office in Missouri.

    I’m so furious with the calls for more “moderate” Republicans like Mark Kirk by a few commenters at Illinois Review, I cannot see straight.

  2. [...] H/T to Texas Fred. [...]

  3. comment number 3 by: The BoBo

    Bunch of cowards. I’d like to see the rest of the outcome with the police there. They obviously weren’t doing anything so wrong otherwise they would have been arrested. I can’t believe those assholes called in the police.

  4. comment number 4 by: BobF

    On election night 2006 when I went to bed, Jim Talent was beating McCaskill by a large margin but both Kansas City and St Louis had not reported in yet. When I work up the next morning and checked the results, McCaskill had won.

    McCaskill spent her political career here in Missouri by campaigning for the next higher office. The theme of her senate campaign was that Jim Talent was Bush’s rubber stamp. Unfortunately, she’s become Obama’s lap dog in the Senate.

  5. comment number 5 by: Matt

    I have a thing I call “THE RULES:”

    If a Conservative does it, it’s bad, very, very, bad.

    If a liberal does it, it’s ALRIIIIIIGHT!!!

    I’ve been looking at pics from the Lib protests at the Republican Convention last year. I saw concrete blocks dropped from overpasses on buses carrying delegates, businesses vandalized, property destroyed, and the like. Contrast that with the Tea Parties, yet the DHS declares that WE are the “DANGEROUS TERRORISTS!?!”

  6. comment number 6 by: Vigilante


    ” I can’t believe those assholes called in the police.”

    I can. That’s the way that those F***Kin scum operate. If the police would turn their back on them, and let nature take it’s course, we’d have this country back up and running in notime and their rotten crooked asses would be out looking for work, perferrbly in the garbage
    collection line of work. I always did say it was a shame that the LEO’s had to back that kind of garbage up, but that’s what they have taken an oath to do so we can’t blame them. Maybe IT IS time for the vigilantes to get organized again.

  7. comment number 7 by: Bloviating Zeppelin

    And that’s exactly what they’re afraid of:

    That the bulk of the electorate MAY actually be attempting to find its collective VOICE.

    More and more, with each passing day, though I try to think “good thoughts” about the GOP, I finally begin to realize that the only, the ONLY — emphasize: ONLY — motivating factor for ANY politician is to be completely SEPARATED from THE “MASSES” and to be treated with exclusivity, deference, and to keep for the longest time possible their “do-nothing” jobs.




    And then:

    Choose ONE favorite House, Senate, Assembly, Legislative critter.