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TEA PARTY praises mosh pits

TEA PARTY praises mosh pits
September 26, 2010, 01:30:50 AM
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“This is a matter of culpability. What freak dancing is isn’t just like the safety of mosh pitting. … This is sexually explicit activity for minors. We do limit the expression of minors. There are drinking laws. There are—you know, you have to be 18 to smoke. You can’t go to school in a bikini. On one hand, you have people saying this is squelching their freedom, and then you scratch your head and say look over here, date rape is such an epidemic. There’s a connection, and, if people realize that there’s a connection, then they’ll realize that these limitations and restrictions exist for a very valid reason.” -- May 15, 2003, "The O'Reilly Factor"

http://www.tnr.com/article/politics/77887/the-collected-aphorisms-christine-odonnell?page=0,1

No to freak dancing, yes to mosh pits and death metal! Go TEA PARTY!!1!

Oh wait, they probably hate death metal. Their loss.

Re: TEA PARTY praises mosh pits
September 26, 2010, 01:15:43 PM
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“Well, creationism, in essence, is believing that the world began as the Bible in Genesis says, that God created the Earth in six days, six 24-hour periods. And there is just as much, if not more, evidence supporting that.” -- March 30, 1996, CNN

“Well, as the senator from Tennessee mentioned, evolution is a theory and it's exactly that. There is not enough evidence, consistent evidence to make it as fact, and I say that because for theory to become a fact, it needs to consistently have the same results after it goes through a series of tests. The tests that they put—that they use to support evolution do not have consistent results. Now too many people are blindly accepting evolution as fact. But when you get down to the hard evidence, it's merely a theory. But creation … ” -- March 30, 1996, CNN

Re: TEA PARTY praises mosh pits
October 04, 2010, 05:14:35 AM
Most tea party members are ignorant fucks.

Re: TEA PARTY praises mosh pits
October 04, 2010, 08:55:46 PM
Most tea party members are 1000x more successful and healthy than any metalhead.

Re: TEA PARTY praises mosh pits
October 04, 2010, 10:36:05 PM
Trollolololololol.

Re: TEA PARTY praises mosh pits
October 05, 2010, 01:56:39 AM
Most people are ignorant fucks.

That covers it better.

Re: TEA PARTY praises mosh pits
October 06, 2010, 05:10:29 PM
Tea Partiers got foreign policy right, on the grass roots level anyway, can't speak for the Palinians who are infiltrating the movement - let the ME rot on it's own, return to isolationism and avoid tangling alliances - but I am sure most would equate atheists, Hessians, Hippies, and fags together into one group of degenerate evil. Most would probably give you a story about how the highly specialized domestic banana is actually evidence of Creation.

Re: TEA PARTY praises mosh pits
October 08, 2010, 03:51:08 PM
"Hurray!  A politician is pandering to my small demographic!  He's got my vote!"

Re: TEA PARTY praises mosh pits
October 12, 2010, 02:58:24 AM
Most tea party members are ignorant fucks.

I hate to generalize, but this has been the case from what I've witnessed.  They continuously hurt themselves.  I expect the Tea Party to dissipate rather swiftly in 2-4 years.

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“Well, creationism, in essence, is believing that the world began as the Bible in Genesis says, that God created the Earth in six days, six 24-hour periods. And there is just as much, if not more, evidence supporting that.” -- March 30, 1996, CNN

“Well, as the senator from Tennessee mentioned, evolution is a theory and it's exactly that. There is not enough evidence, consistent evidence to make it as fact, and I say that because for theory to become a fact, it needs to consistently have the same results after it goes through a series of tests. The tests that they put—that they use to support evolution do not have consistent results. Now too many people are blindly accepting evolution as fact. But when you get down to the hard evidence, it's merely a theory. But creation … ” -- March 30, 1996, CNN


I hate the "it's just a theory" statement that I hear all the time from theists in this country.  The don't know the difference between a hypothesis, a theory, and a law.  How the hell do they expect to know anything regarding evolution or even science for that matter?  Creation has no argument other than faith....I rest my case. 

Re: TEA PARTY praises mosh pits
October 12, 2010, 04:44:41 AM
"I hate to generalize, but this has been the case from what I've witnessed.  They continuously hurt themselves.  I expect the Tea Party to dissipate rather swiftly in 2-4 years. "


The movement is too grassroots and too rooted in growing discontent from white Christian people against the socialist/cultural direction of the country. This ain't going anywhere. Even if "Tea Party" gets completely co-opted by the Republicans and neo-conservatism.

Re: TEA PARTY praises mosh pits
October 12, 2010, 04:10:45 PM
The movement is too grassroots and too rooted in growing discontent from white Christian people against the socialist/cultural direction of the country. This ain't going anywhere. Even if "Tea Party" gets completely co-opted by the Republicans and neo-conservatism.

The movement isn't "grassroots" at all.  Its success stems from its funding sources, all of whom are wealthy and powerful enough to afford the spin necessary to convince the public that the tea part movement arose from a groundswell of opposition by the common man toward the federal government.  The common man in the United States is incapable of anything of this scope without billions of dollars bankrolling him; funding like this means he is no longer a common man but a convenient figurehead used to dupe uninformed common men.  And be careful of labeling any political movement as Christian.  Again, Christianity is another convenient prop used to lure the masses into thinking that a billion-dollar neo-con project represents their interests.

Re: TEA PARTY praises mosh pits
October 13, 2010, 03:25:46 AM
Again, Christianity is another convenient prop used to lure the masses into thinking that a billion-dollar neo-con project represents their interests.


Yes! It is indeed a whore movement.  Palin along with several others are using it to their advantage, and the people supporting them do not even realize it.