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Post Re: Let’s all place our well-appointed ridicule of Tea Baggers here.
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Raise taxes on the rich first, back to the same percentage it had been for the majority of this century.



For the majority of THIS century it has been what it is now, therefore your argument, while awkwardly phrased is to make the Bush Tax cut permanent.



Glibness aside, let’s look at how tax rates have compared to the workings of the economy over the last “century”.


Early 1900’s- The age of the Robber Barons, obscene polarization of wealth, class violence…… but a low top tax rate.

Early 1920’s- There is a surge in taxes for the rich, followed by a boom decade.

Late 1920’s- Taxes for the rich plummet. A huge speculative bubble develops, causing a run on banks, and the great depression.

1930’s and 1940’s- Taxes on the top end gradually increase. The economy gradually recovers.

1950’s and 1960’s- Highest top tax rates ever, reaching 91%. Most sustained economic boom ever, with a rapidly expanding middle class, and general affluence that comes to be taken for granted, despite the repayment of massive wartime debt.

1980’s to the Present- Taxes on the top income brackets drop sharply. Speculative bubbles form in the Savings and Loan industry, in high tech stocks, and then in real estate. A crisis develops as social programs become unfunded, and infrastructure becomes neglected. Class distinctions reappear, polarization of wealth increases.


I’ve been put off drinking tea lately, but today I may have a shot of whisky, depending on the outcome of today’s show.


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Post Re: Let’s all place our well-appointed ridicule of Tea Baggers here.
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Tee hee. "Tea baggers."


If only they knew....


Wilde.... what do you mean by tee. hee.....tea baggers? If you don't know this by now, and I am sure that u do, I am a huge tea party activist. I believe, or rather I know that it the tea party had a huge victory on election Day. That is definitely nothing to sneeze at! Now we will wait and see what happens in January when all of these tea bag constituents were sworn in. I really believe that this is a huge victory for this entire country but it will be interesting to follow.



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Post Re: Let’s all place our well-appointed ridicule of Tea Baggers here.
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Tee hee. "Tea baggers."


If only they knew....


Wilde.... what do you mean by tee. hee.....tea baggers? If you don't know this by now, and I am sure that u do, I am a huge tea party activist. I believe, or rather I know that it the tea party had a huge victory on election Day. That is definitely nothing to sneeze at! Now we will wait and see what happens in January when all of these tea bag constituents were sworn in. I really believe that this is a huge victory for this entire country but it will be interesting to follow.


Wilde was referring to the potty humor meaning of tea bagging. If you don't know what it refers to you aren't missing anything. The fiscally challenged delight in saying it with smirks and giggles but they seem to be the only ones who get any stimulation from it. I liken it to the Yankee which was a term of derision used by the British during the revolution. It backfired when the colonists co-opted it.

As far as the future is concerned, I am still as worried. Despite the Tea Party victory, our fiscal house is such a mess that it seems unlikely that it can be repaired.


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Post Re: Let’s all place our well-appointed ridicule of Tea Baggers here.
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wilde wrote:
Tee hee. "Tea baggers."


If only they knew....


Wilde.... what do you mean by tee. hee.....tea baggers? If you don't know this by now, and I am sure that u do, I am a huge tea party activist. I believe, or rather I know that it the tea party had a huge victory on election Day. That is definitely nothing to sneeze at! Now we will wait and see what happens in January when all of these tea bag constituents were sworn in. I really believe that this is a huge victory for this entire country but it will be interesting to follow.


Wilde was referring to the potty humor meaning of tea bagging. If you don't know what it refers to you aren't missing anything. The fiscally challenged delight in saying it with smirks and giggles but they seem to be the only ones who get any stimulation from it. I liken it to the Yankee which was a term of derision used by the British during the revolution. It backfired when the colonists co-opted it.

As far as the future is concerned, I am still as worried. Despite the Tea Party victory, our fiscal house is such a mess that it seems unlikely that it can be repaired.


stahrwe......that is exactly what the tea party is all about; fixing the mess that has gotten so out of control. With time I do believe that the tea partists will turn things around for this country. It won't happen overnight and since so much damage has already been done, because honestly Obama has nobody to blame but himself and their are so many more people that believe the same thing because this past election has made me realize that Obama is doing such a horrible job at the tea partyists had given everyone who voted the way they did something amazing and that is definitely a move in the right position for us tea party activists!



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Post Re: Let’s all place our well-appointed ridicule of Tea Baggers here.
http://www.slate.com/id/2276583/

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Post Re: Let’s all place our well-appointed ridicule of Tea Baggers here.
http://www.salon.com/news/politics/war_ ... index.html

Tea Partiers demanding that we white wash america's history and put founding fathers on gleaming pedestals of "not slave owners" and "were fair to the indigenous peoples".

http://www.theatlantic.com/national/arc ... ess/69530/

Tea partiers erupt in hate filled mob mentality, shouting "jew" at democratic candidate who defeated the tea party candidate. Tea party candidate himself found to be front and center of boiling cauldron of stupidity, egging his supporters on.

Now is your chance tea partiers. Denounce these acts of stupidity as the embarrasment that they are. Your silence is viewed as support of this behavior. You don't do it by saying, "I'm one of them, and we are all bad." you do it by saying "These guys call themselves tea partiers, but they are 100% asshole, and i don't want them speaking for me."


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Post Re: Let’s all place our well-appointed ridicule of Tea Baggers here.
http://www.guessthatteapartier.com/

So, this site just puts up quotes from tea partiers... and you match the crazy to the crazy person.

Fun... and very sad. These people hold office in our country.

Explain yourself, america.


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Michele Bachmann... wrong about something?!?

Oh, no wait. Michele Bachmann is always wrong.

http://io9.com/5840104/american-academy ... etardation


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Post Re: Let’s all place our well-appointed ridicule of Tea Baggers here.
This is a pretty valiant, powerful and poignant rebuke of the Teabaggers and ultra-right-wing conservatives (if you scroll down, there is a video tribute to the craftsmanship of the victim in question).

dailykos.com/story/2011/09/13/1016557/- ... ia=siderec


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http://www.salon.com/news/politics/war_ ... index.html

Bachmann doubles down on the stupid.


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Of course.

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I, an American small business owner, part of the class that produces the vast majority of real, wealth producing jobs in this country, hereby resolve that I will not hire a single person until this war against business and my country is stopped.


Tea party nation advises that small business owners should refuse to hire people and spike the economy to hurt Obama's presidency.

wow.

http://www.teapartynation.com/profiles/ ... share_post


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Post Re: Let’s all place our well-appointed ridicule of Tea Baggers here.
We can probably take it for granted that most of those who identify with the Tea Party movement would not resort to such antics.

This was a recent blog by James Sinclair showing the overlap between the Tea Party and the Occupy Wallstreet movements. It includes this Venn diagram. Very interesting post and worth a read.

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http://howconservativesdrovemeaway.blog ... party.html


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Post Re: Let’s all place our well-appointed ridicule of Tea Baggers here.
Ridicule of others, how fun, let me take a try. Since they didn't call themselves "Tea Baggers" but those who disliked them gave them that name, let me drop my balls on your nose and give a name to another group of protestors in the news. Lets call "Occupy Wall Street" (and this will make it more concise as well) "Douche Baggers". I think it fits. As for Venn Diagrams, it is true that the Tea Baggers and the Douche Baggers identified some of the same problems, but I am like John Lennon "I'd love to see the plan" before I get on board with anyone, and their plans define them more then what they are protesting against. I like others get great felicity from name calling (not) instead of talking about solutions, and it really advances our society to make fun of and name call everyone. Most people choose their politics based on one issue (correctly perceived or not) they think the perticular political party of their choosing is on the "right" side of, and then they follow (or better to say attempt to defend) every other position this party takes no matter how absurd.

OK, ready, aim, fire at will.



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