Tagged: Tea Party

2010-10-14 :: madlibertarianguy // Dumbassery + Journalism + Tea Party
Who Would Have Thunk It?

Color me shocked. Shocked, I say! WaPo: Ekins’s conclusion is not that the racially charged messages are unimportant but that media coverage of tea party rallies over the past year have focused so heavily on the more controversial signs that it has contributed to the perception that such content dominates the tea party movement more […]

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2010-09-29 :: madlibertarianguy // Dumbassery + Journalism + Tea Party
Thanks for the Afterthought, Stanley

Prominent academic and literary theorist Stanley Fish offers his insight on the “Tea Party Problem”, yet from a different angle than the rest of the national chatocracy: that the ways in which the terminally libertarded attack the Tea Party, that it’s little more than a movement of the stupid, is unproductive, making the Tea Party […]

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2010-09-05 :: madlibertarianguy // Dumbassery + Journalism
Hyperbole, Anyone?

The Times: But Ms. O’Donnell has the backing of the Tea Party, and suddenly Delaware has become the latest Republican civil war battlefield.

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2010-08-18 :: madlibertarianguy // Dumbassery + election
Why the DC Establishment is Distasteful

The New York Times on a close Senate Race between Majority Leader and longtime establishment Democrat Harry Reid, and Sharron Angle, where a Tea Party candidate may beat the most powerful man in Washington behind Obama: Mr. Reid’s advisers made clear that the only way they could win was to make Ms. Angle so distasteful […]

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2010-07-28 :: madlibertarianguy // Dumbassery + Government
Which is it?

The demotards are playing the doublespeak game again? The Washington Post: Democratic leaders unveiled a plan Wednesday to link the Republican Party to some of the most extreme elements of the “tea party” movement, seeking to define all GOP candidates as outside the mainstream by highlighting such tea party talking points as ending Medicare and […]

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2010-07-03 :: madlibertarianguy // Journalism + Tea Party
The “White” Tea Party?

Despite media insistence that the tea party is almost completely white and that racism is central to it’s platform, new evidence suggests that the media, as per usual, is full of shit.

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Though Rand Paul can hardly be called a captivating speaker,1 it’s nice to see the underlying message and not the glossy rhetoric. httpv:// _______________ 1.  In fact, one would be more accurate in saying that his speaking is boring as fuck.

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