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October 04, 2010

Senator Sherrod Brown (D-OH) … Tea Party Mean & Evil, States that the Tea Party is divisive, driven by anger”

Posted in: 2010 Elections,Barack Obama,Governor Races,Moonbats,Obamacare,Obamanation,Obamanomics,Polls,Progressives,Senate Elections,Tea Party,We the People

Hate mongering against the Tea Party is all the Democrats have less than 30 days before the 2010 midterm elections. Here is something we have never heard from the LEFT, the Tea Party is mean, evil, divisive and driven by anger. You forgot racists. Notice how even the liberals do not want to run on their accomplishments with the economy?

There is a reason why 63% of Americans believe the country is headed in the wrong direction, 57% of American voters think Obamacare should be repealed and the GOP has a 6% point lead in the Congressional Generic ballot.

Who Senator Brow is ”trafficking in fear and misinformation”? Brown claims that liberals should be proud to run on health care and Wall Street reform and discuss the accomplishments. That’s just it, liberals might, but Democrats who actually want to be reelected and those in swing or close races certainly cannot. From the political ads, one cannot even tell that a candidate from the Donkey party is a Democrat as they try and distance themselves from Obamacare, stimulus, Cap & Tax and the Obama, Pelosi, Reid agenda. The only folks that ate peddling misinformation prior to the 2010 midterm elections are Democrats as they want to act like the past 20 months never existed.

Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio) argued in an op-ed that the Tea Party is divisive, driven by anger and doesn’t like America “the way we are.”

Writing in Monday’s USA Today, Brown said that liberals should be proud to run on healthcare and Wall Street reform and discuss the accomplishments “in specific, understandable terms.”

“The John Birch Society of 1965 has bequeathed its fervor and extremism to the Tea Party of 2010,” Brown wrote. “History tells us that rage on the right should not be confused with populism.”

The senator accused Republican candidates of “offering the same faux populism and ‘solutions’ of the Bush years.

“It seems to me that Tea Party activists, increasingly influential in the Republican Party, do not seem to much like America the way we are.

“Tea Party populism is driven by anger at our government and at our country,” he continued. “Real populism fights for all Americans, while Tea Party populism divides us.”

The senator accused the GOP of cooking up slogans “that traffic in fear and misinformation,” and he suggested a bumper-sticker: “Bring back pre-existing conditions. Vote Republican.”

The Tea Party looks to divide America? Might we remind Democrats who is the most polarizing President in history?That would be Barack Hussein Obama. Who was the party that voted for Obamacare against the will of the people? That would be Democrats. But instead, Democrats look to slander the Tea Party when WE THE PEOPLE stand up against a government that does not listen. In the end, all the Democrats have is name calling.

Sadly and typically, Democrats cannot understand that the Tea Party is a microcosm for the larger views in America of conservatism.

As Weasel Zippers adds, “He forgot, ‘kicks puppies, spits at old people, eats babies for lunch’…”. Also, he forgot taking $500 billion from old people and Medicare, passing government control of health care against the will of the people, increasing record federal deficits, and taking jobs away from people with a 9.6% unemployment rate. Oh wait, Democrats did that.

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