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November 02, 2010


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Christian Liberty

The tea party saved the Republican Party by, among other things, re-energizing it. But it’s also becoming clear the tea party did so without turning off the center.This is news. Six months ago the common wisdom was that the tea party was going to scare independent voters and make them run screaming from the tent...But the center doesn’t appear to be scared....We need to get into a place of cooperation. It can’t be we-they. The (Republican) party has structure, knowledge, experience. The tea party has principles—not just the principles but the passion to restore our country.peggynoonan.comCandidates with tea party backing (Ron Johnson, Marco Rubio, Pat Toomey, Rand Paul) are some of the most favorable candidates in the nation. Chris Christie and Bob McDonnell and Jan Brewer remain some of the most popular governor in the nation. The left-wing myth that voters will not warm up to Tea Party candidates and Tea party principles is proving to be just a desperate wish of elitist snobs losing their grip on power.


Kirk, the anti-Tea Party establishment liberal, is very close on the list to Angle, the conservative Tea Party outsider.


Johnson at the top is a Tea Party candidate.Murkowski at the bottom is the anti-Tea Party candidate.

Christian Liberty

The voters reject those who believe in using the force of government against responsible and productive people (Giannulias, Boxer, Bennet, Reid, Murray, Feingold, Sestak, etc)To sum up the national mood, look at the creative drive behind Washington ballot measure #1069. It would create a new state seal, properly identifying the government as a tapeworm... and honestly describing the purpose of big government, Committed to sucking the lifeblood out of each and every tax payer.BEST IDEA EVER!The only question is why this hasnt been done sooner. http://townhall.com/tipsheet/HelenWhalenCohen/2010/11/02/best_ballot_initiative_ever

Christian Liberty

Thank God that Pennsylvanians made the right choices last night!!Pat Toomey defeated Joe Sleeze-stakTom Corbett defeated Dan OnoratoMike Kelly defeated Kathy Dahlkemper


In the aftermath of the carnage last night, what do you think is the reason for polls consistently being off in Nevada? Not only this year, but in 2008 as well?

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