Tea Party Update: the Voice of Real Americans

Update: Tea Party Defined as the Voice of Real Americans

Rush Limbaugh

keyThe Tea Party is never going to die. The Tea Party’s made up of average, ordinary Americans who are all of a sudden becoming activist because of a combination of they are outraged, insulted, and frightened by what has become of Washington. It’s out of control. The spending, amnesty, everything being contemplated is simply antithetical to the founding of this country. … They’re trying to stereotype who the Tea Party is, and they will fail at that because they’re just patriots. They’re just people who want to save the country from the direction that it’s going. And not even for themselves, but for their children and grandchildren.

CALLER: Well, I’m a Tea Party leader. I go to tea parties. I don’t belong to a political party. I generally vote Libertarian, but I go to these Tea Party rallies, and I am so upbeat when I go to these things. I see people who are milling around, talking to each other, laughing, joking, having a good time, enjoying themselves with their families, their children, their spouses, and I’ll talk to a lot of the parents.

RUSH: Yeah, I understand. It is uplifting and it’s infectious hanging around people like you who want to have a good time, want to enjoy life, doing what they can to do that and spread the cheer with people. That’s great. I’m glad you enjoy that.

homeschoolCALLER: One of the things I want to emphasize is the children. I would say the majority of the children who go with their parents to these tea parties are homeschoolers. I’m very impressed with that because I homeschooled my two sons for years.

RUSH: Well, you know, that’s happening, too, because of disgust with the so-called mainstream education.

CALLER: That is one of the things that’s upsetting the liberals, because these people are independents. They’re happy-go-lucky, and they want their life returned to ’em, and I don’t blame ’em. I want mine returned to me, too!

Like everybody else, I have some pretty good educated guesses. But I’ll tell you what I do know. I do know that congressman Cantor had ceased to be perceived as having his own district in mind as he did things. He clearly had become an agent of the inside-the-Beltway establishment, and I’m telling you: The divide, the gap, the distance between the elite establishment and average Americans has never been greater.

And Congressman Cantor was seen as part of that very small yet powerful group of elites in the establishment to whom what happens in the rest of the country is not even known, nor is there much concern for it. You know, this border business. As I say, if they were serious about securing the border, if they really thought that that’s all they had to do to get support for amnesty, then they’d be out there doing it.

RUSH ARCHIVE: The Drive-Bys, the Democrat Party, the Republican establishment salivating, excited and happy over their belief that the Tea Party is no more. The Tea Party is gone. The Tea Party has been vanquished, and what they really mean by that is that they think they’ve finally ended the day where conservative Republicans/Tea Party nominate wackos in primaries who will then go on to lose. … The Tea Party isn’t dead. It’s nothing more than a fervent desire on the part of the Washington establishment in both parties.

family7gardeningThe Tea Party is never going to die. The Tea Party’s made up of average, ordinary Americans who are all of a sudden becoming activist because of a combination of they are outraged, insulted, and frightened by what has become of Washington. It’s out of control. The spending, amnesty, everything being contemplated is simply antithetical to the founding of this country. … They’re trying to stereotype who the Tea Party is, and they will fail at that because they’re just patriots. They’re just people who want to save the country from the direction that it’s going. And not even for themselves, but for their children and grandchildren.

RUSH: But here’s another thing. It’s called the Tea Party, but there isn’t any party. There is no convention. There is no slate of candidates. Washington persists in looking at the Tea Party through the prism of how they view and define politics, and that’s why they don’t understand it. The Tea Party is made up of people that used to be called citizens. They were standard, ordinary, every day people.

They were the voters.

They were who people Washington used to really care about.

vetsweowethemThe Tea Party is the people in the Greatest Generation who won World War II. The Tea Party is just average, ordinary Americans. They love God, love the country, love its founding, and believe in a moral code. They don’t threaten anybody. They have been abused, impugned, lied about. They’re called racist, sexist, bigot, homophobes. They’re the furthest thing in the world from any of that.

They’re just people, and they live their lives as responsibly as they can. They do everything they can to follow the rules. Nobody’s perfect. They see the country careening out of control. So they became activists for the first time in their lives, political activists by showing up at Town Hall meetings in 2010. The fact that the Washington establishment is frightened of them, the fact that the Washington establishment makes no effort to embrace the Tea Party?

family4picnicIt’s just the people who make the country work is all it is, and yet Washington is threatened by average citizens. They’re threatened. They’re scared to death of them. They’re angry at them. They despise the Tea Party. The Tea Party is just your mom and dad. It’s your grandparents. It’s the guy at the ice cream stand, the guy that drove the ice cream truck in your neighborhood growing up.

It’s just the most invisible people you’d ever see.

They’re just the people who make the country work, and they’re scared and frightened ’cause they don’t recognize their government. They don’t see their government representing them. They see their government governing against their will, and they don’t understand it, and they don’t really know how to do anything about it other than organize and show up on Election Day and maybe raise money for candidates that they want to see elected.

The Washington establishment sic’d the IRS on the Tea Party! This is how out of touch Washington is. The Washington establishment sick’d the IRS on the Tea Party, and the Republicans of the establishment have done very little to defend people who have been set upon by the IRS for nothing more than wanting to organize politically. It’s not just immigration reform. It’s not just the Bergdahl prisoner swap.

It’s everything, combined with the arrogance, the snootiness, and the condescension with which establishment people talk about, deal with, and talk to the people of this country. And it’s everything. It’s the Republicans, it’s Democrats, it’s the Regime. It’s the administrative state, the regulatory state. It’s all over control. The EPA, with nobody objecting, is going to mandate a 30% reduction in carbon output?

That will kill things. It will destroy many people. It will impoverish people. It will literally impoverish people with their utility bills alone. But forget that. They don’t have the authority to do it. It’s always been that radicals want to do things like this, but they used to be reasonable, responsible, dependable people who’d stand up and represent you and stop it or try to. That’s what’s missing.

family5prayingdinnerThe Tea Party exists because nobody can see any effort to stop destructive direction the country seems to be taking. Lobbyists, Chamber of Commerce, media pundit celebrities. Same faces, same voices thrown in people’s faces every day on all the cable networks. The formula is the same, the interviews are the same, the guests are the same, the hosts are the same.

And the results are the same. It’s all become predictable, and more and more people are becoming insulted by it daily and see through it. But this gap or divide or whatever… You may have a better word for it than I do, but I think it is epitomized by the fact that the Tea Party is not really a party; it’s just people. It’s just average, ordinary Americans.

In my little definition, the people, the invisible people who make this country work. It isn’t Hillary Clinton who makes this country work. It isn’t John Kerry. It isn’t Barack Obama. It isn’t Eric Cantor. It isn’t John Boehner. It isn’t Mitch McConnell. Those people are getting in the way of the country working, or they are perceived to be getting in the way. People are pulling their hair out. They can’t believe that there is this innate inability or purposeful, whichever it is, distortion of who these people are. You’ll note that these illegal immigrant children, they’re not being dumped in the neighborhoods where the establishment lives.

None of what the establishment is doing is happening to them, or where they live. The IRS is not being sicked on them. They are always gonna find a way to pay their utility bills, or it won’t matter to them what their utility bills are. But I’ve never seen this government so removed from mainstream American life as it is today, and the Cantor election, just a microscopic — well, maybe not microscopic, but it’s a small, little illustration. And the people inside the Beltway, the establishment, they’re not scared. Do not make the mistake of thinking they’re scared. They’re mad.

RUSH: Just one thing Eric Cantor is saying. He’s going to leave the leadership on July 31st, the day before the big push for amnesty starts in August. As I mentioned mere moments ago, this was the first time a House leader’s been defeated in more than 100 years. Quite historic. Eric Cantor is the first sitting House majority leader to lose a primary since the position was created, which was 1899.


Lies, Corruption bring Fake Liberal Victory

Compare: Above is the true picture of the Tea Party. What follows is the fake and fraudulent victory brought to liberals by CORRUPTION, and by telling LIES about the Tea Party.


Lies about Tea Party by GOP establishment

My friend Mark Levin, F. Lee Levin, makes the point that Washington is not going to be fixed from Washington.  This proves it, if there was any proof needed.  Washington is not going to be fixed in Washington.  The establishment is going to align itself every which way it can against any outside challenger, like this Tea Party candidate. ~Rush Limbaugh

liesabtteapartyrush-limbaugh-gop-tea-party-flyer-600“The Washington establishment – both parties – distribute a flyer claiming the tea party wanted to prevent blacks from voting on Tuesday. This, combined with other efforts, secured a turnout of black Democrat voters in a Republican primary that gave Thad Cochrane, in my view, a corrupt and undeserved victory.”
The flyer states:

The tea party intends to prevent blacks from voting on Tuesday.

According to the Clarion-Ledger, Chris McDaniel and the tea party plan to prevent Democrat voting in the Senate runoff on Tuesday between Thad Cochrane and tea-party candidate Chris McDaniel. We know the tea party uses Democrats as code for African-Americans.

Don’t be intimidated by the tea party. Let’s turn out for all Mississippians and vote for Thad Cochrane. Thad Cochrane works for all Mississippians.

Mississippi cannot and will not return to the bygone era of intimidating black Mississippians from voting. We must rise up on Tuesday to have our voices heard on who will represent Mississippi in the U.S. Senate. VOTE THAD COCHRANE.

“The Republican establishment sought victory via Democrat voters in the runoff, and they got them,” Limbaugh said. “Without the African-American vote from Democrat-leaning counties, Thad Cochrane would have lost by eight or nine percent last night.”
Read more at http://www.wnd.com/2014/06/limbaugh-erupts-gop-is-corrupt-reprehensible/#iKvwybphloDDH37M.99


obamapinocchioOn the primary night, after three McDaniel supporters including one key staffer were found locked inside a courthouse, allegations from Cochran’s team flew that McDaniel’s campaign was “full of criminals”—although a subsequent pair of investigations the Hinds County Sheriff’s Department and the District Attorney cleared the McDaniel supporters.

Attention in the wake of the race is likely to focus on Cochran’s efforts to drive Democratic turnout. A top election law expert, J. Christian Adams, as well as top Democratic party officials, said that Mississippi law prohibits individuals from voting in the Republican primary unless they intend on voting for the winner of the primary in the general election. However, some Cochran supporters openly said they planned to vote for the Democratic nominee in the fall.

Additionally, allegations flew that Cochran allies were using “walking around money” to incentivize Democrats to the polls.

Democratic Party chairman Rickey Cole, for instance, said Cochran operatives were paying people in the black community to donate to Cochran.


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