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TEA Party v. GOP establishment

TEA Party to GOP establishment: enough already.

As the 2016 race for the White House heats up, concerned citizens and a growing list of TEA parties around this great nation have united to send the GOP a message loud and clear. In an effort to give a unified voice to the growing movement, the Bayshore TEA Party in New Jersey reached out to TEA parties throughout the country, encouraging them to join their voices with others.

Battle cry TeamNJ v. The Machine

Team New Jersey. Not a party. A team.

TeamNJ has always advocated that voters should stand behind candidates of high moral character regardless of party affiliation. The problem in politics today is the public no longer chooses the candidate. It’s become apparent it is no longer about values, public policy, or what is beneficial to the public. It’s all about the “machine,” or should I say the “establishment” and of course, money.

7.1 million law-abiding citizens

7.1 million signed up because this signature says it was the law.

These days it takes a bit of self-control not to scream at the television every time the man now occupying the White House uses his bully pulpit. His gifts and shortcomings may be debatable but his ability to spin facts is a talent in a class all by itself. Recently BO and his team of spinmeisters have had the audacity to claim a “victory lap” for the disastrous healthcare extravaganza that was forced upon America. It seems that BO and his team can now take credit for the 7.1 million law-abiding citizens in this nation that have signed up for Obamacare. Are we supposed to disregard the fact that this is required by law?

Schultz syndrome

The Three Wise Monkeys embody the Schultz Syndrome

One of the most memorable characters from the Hogan’s Heroes sitcom in the 1960s was Sergeant Schultz. This pleasingly plump German officer managed to make us laugh with his famous line: “I see nothing. I hear nothing.” Sergeant Schultz kept himself in a state of plausible deniability, which was quite comical considering that his audience knew his true circumstances.

Work is a wonderful thing

What would Mark Twain think of a society that devalues work?

The second book of three projected volumes of Mark Twain’s autobiography was published October 5, 2013. In his characteristic blend of humor and reprove, Twain wrote, “Any man who is satisfied to be fed by another man rather than by the honest sweat of his own brow should be shot.” Twain recollects, without exception, those he helped did not appreciate his help, never paid back money loaned, and did not change their debased behavior.

Don’t fight the fruit – chop the root

The Constitution defines trason. Obama is demonstrably guilty of this.

I’m always looking for the principle behind a thing, the key thing, the root thing, the thing that makes it all work. I can’t walk into a building without starting to analyze the structure to figure out which is a load-bearing wall, which is a facade, what holds this up and what supports that.

Congressmen? Outraged? An open challenge

The Constitution defines trason. Obama is demonstrably guilty of this.

Enough pontificating, if those quoted by the media are truly serious regarding Obama’s abuse of power and ending the unconstitutional behavior of this run-a-way administration, set forth below are indisputable facts that can reverse Obamacare and expose Congressional criminal activity.

Tea Party: another dangerous encounter

TEA Party to GOP establishment: enough already.

Anyone, left, right or middle, extreme or moderate, who is able to exhibit even a minuscule amount of honesty, would be very hard pressed to deny that everything conservative groups, such as the Tea Party, have been warning about the Unaffordable Health Care Act (ObamaCare) and the devastating impact it would have on America has come true and in spades.

Paul Ryan: Bipartisanship at work

The National Debt Clock - the forgotten fact in the fiscal cliff drama

If there were any doubts that one of America’s perceived conservative leaders of the future, is nothing more than just another spineless “go along to get along” establishment Republican, RINO Paul Ryan’s budget deal with the Socialist Democratic Party has unquestionably confirmed those doubts.

Perverted justice

The gavel: a symbol of justice. Perverted justice causes people to disrespect this symbol.

Portia, a Shakespearean character in the Merchant of Venice, once said, “The quality of mercy is not strained…” Portia was a fictitious character that lived in the mind of Shakespeare. The rest of us have to live in the real world where mercy and compassion beyond reason is an obsession imposed upon us to the perversion of justice. In modern day America the quality of mercy is not only strained; it is also perverted. And this perversion interacts and wreaks havoc on the principles of justice that demand fairness and equal treatment for one and all.