Warning Tea Party in Danger beware of “deceivers” and “usurpers” like Sarah Palin

If it acts like a duck and quacks like a duck, it's a duck!

Tea Party leader Dale Robertson recently called Palin a "duck out of water among true Conservative Constitutionalists" and warned his visitors to teaparty.org to beware of "deceivers" and "usurpers" seeking to appropriate the group's ideals for political gain.

Arianna argued that two things that dealt a blow to Palin's image of authenticity: her double standard regarding the word "retard," and her $100,000 speaking Tea Party speaking fee.

Arianna observed that while the Tea Party clearly lacks cohesiveness, it is based on very real anger that both political parties ignore at their peril.

 

Dale Robertson – President/Founder – http://www.TeaParty.org

I am sending an alarm to the Tea Party membership! Be alert to turncoats and deceivers being herded into the Tea Party by usurpers from the weakened Republican Party for the sole purpose of capturing our populist movement.

Our political ideals were once theirs and our immense growth has created a lusting for their good old days!

Sarah Palin's well delivered speech and her attractive demeanor is little more than a veneer for her less attractive political philosophy.

She seems more like a duck out of water among true Conservative Constitutionalists.

Palin demonstrates her NeoCon flippant viewpoint and her naivete as she seems envious of the swelled numbers of Patriots pledging their allegiance, to of all things, AMERICA and not a to kool-aid ridden political dinosaur.

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  1. ken
    Feb 12, 2010 @ 22:27:00

    are you really this blinded by hate,the tea party.org that gave her that $100,000 is a phony and she knows it,and since she knows that was happy to bleed the little pigs,when rush talked about ''retards'' it was to mock the white house and palin knew that,she didn't have any kind words for him and asked him to stop,but she understood that he was baiting the white house,wake up to how much real danger your country is in ,and whats being done to fix it,or be left behind…………..

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  2. Syrin from Wasilla
    Feb 12, 2010 @ 22:46:00

    Ken,
    Your saying that Palin is happy to bleed the TeaParty organizers and supporters like little pigs…That is pathetic you would say that, let alone support it! You're going to be left behind Ken, it's you man.

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  3. Snowy
    Feb 12, 2010 @ 22:52:00

    We had a similar mob to this in Australia a few years ago. They had some success for a few years, but then crashed and burned when they disagreed among themselves, and people started to understand that they stood for nothing but hot air anyway. Palin and the Tea Party will go the same way. The cracks in the facade are already showing, so the Tea Party may implode sooner rather than later. Palin isn't going anywhere, and a good thing too.

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  4. ken
    Feb 12, 2010 @ 22:54:00

    there are dozens of org. trying to claim they are the tea party,the one who paid for her speaking are nothing but little money grubbers from down here in fla.,she knows it and the real tea party knows it.and when she bleeds them dry and hangs them out to dry the rest of the world will know it.but don't believe me,find the people behind it and check their past,they are known for trying to make a buck on someone elses coattails.wake up the time is now.the scum are going to be flushed out of the system.

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  5. sjohnson
    Feb 13, 2010 @ 06:30:00

    Ken becomes more incoherent every day. It's like watching a train wreck when he posts.

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  6. ken
    Feb 13, 2010 @ 09:35:00

    thats just the pills and drinking confusing your thinking,try being sober for awhile.

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  7. sjohnson
    Feb 13, 2010 @ 09:45:00

    Shows how little you know about me. However, since you brought it up, I have noticed that the later in the evening you post, the more weird your ranting is.

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  8. Syrin from Wasilla
    Feb 13, 2010 @ 09:51:00

    Ha! LoL…So true

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  9. Sue
    Feb 13, 2010 @ 11:49:00

    Confusedly I ask:

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  10. Sue
    Feb 13, 2010 @ 11:52:00

    Confusedly I ask: what is this group – http://www.teapartypatriots.org/Default.aspx to teaparty.org?

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  11. ken
    Feb 13, 2010 @ 13:34:00

    it has nothing to do with the time of day,just amazement at your lack of understanding for the country you live in,the tea party has been in the making since before clinton,they might have called themselves the founding fathers party then but they are the same people,they are tired of the creeping ''progressive'' democrats in this country.

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  12. sjohnson
    Feb 13, 2010 @ 15:51:00

    Actually, I think I have a far better understanding of your country than you could ever have of mine.

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  13. ken
    Feb 13, 2010 @ 17:49:00

    oh,what is this,your another canadian who wants america to join it in its misery.at least you could have more forth coming about it.

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  14. sjohnson
    Feb 13, 2010 @ 19:55:00

    Actually, Ken, you live somewhere called "america" where the teabaggers, rebiblicans, and american taliban live. I live in America where everyone is entitled to their opinions and where everyone is also guaranteed the right to follow any religion or none at all without persecution. You know, the country where we have separation of church and state. Please be sure to clean up your drool before you leave and give Pavlov my regards.

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  15. ken
    Feb 13, 2010 @ 21:05:00

    is this your major concern,freedom of religion,has someone told you that you can't practice whatever religion you want to? or is this another plea to demand that your religious views are better then everyone elses,are religious views have been with us since before the time of plato,they have been built on for thousands of years.are you saying your views are so completely different,or are you saying there should be no religion,that in fact the state should be able to supply us with the moral compass we need,i know the old u.s.s.r and china say this is the way to be,after all the church is so morally bankrupt,and the state has always been above the moral quagmire.lets do away with the church altogether and let the state nudge us in the right direction,after all socialists gvernments always have their citizens best interest at heart,even if they have to kill one or two to prove it…..well that seems to be your beliefs in a nutshell,feel free to correct whatever mistakes i made,check with your local socialist party member first.

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  16. sjohnson
    Feb 13, 2010 @ 22:11:00

    You do love your inane tangents, don't you, Ken?

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  17. ken
    Feb 13, 2010 @ 22:42:00

    well,you keep putting up all these great arguments for socialism and i'll keep knocking them down,as you get older maybe you'll understand that capitalism already does the greatist amount of good for the most people.just to make sure your keeping a eye on how socialism works on a national level don't forget to watch venuzeula….

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  18. sjohnson
    Feb 14, 2010 @ 06:00:00

    Capitalism with controls is a wonderful thing. When 1% of the population owns most of the money, the rich get richer and the poor get more poor, and the middle class shrinks, then not so much. That's Bush/Cheney capitalism. You can have it.

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  19. ken
    Feb 14, 2010 @ 09:41:00

    the rich own what,the richist corp in this country is the federal government,,if the rich have money in this country its because they have equity,in buildings,in equipment,in product,when you take away that equity you take away their ability to create jobs.according to you all the farmers in this country are millionairs and should be taxed as such,….don't just preach the socialist doctrine ,know what your talking about.

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  20. Syrin from Wasilla
    Feb 14, 2010 @ 10:37:00

    I had no idea what teabagging, teabagger meant!!
    One week after their first national convention, the self-styled Teabaggers are facing an identity crisis after one of their members finally Googled the slang term "teabag."
    "I was wondering why every time I told people I was a Teabagger they kind of started giggling in an embarrassed way," said Tracy Klugian, a Teabagger from Elyria, Ohio. "I was like, what the heck? Maybe I should use Google and see what this is all about."
    After Mr. Klugian Googled the word "teabag," he was shocked http://www.huffingtonpost.com/andy-borowitz/teabaggers-finally-google_b_460769.html

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  21. TomandLou
    Feb 14, 2010 @ 17:18:00

    Republicans,Teaparty,Democrats,Independants it was my understanding these titles were used to describe People,In this country that would be Americans who have the freedom to have a viewpoint even if its different but not subversive. My point is are we all Americans or do we now have to carry guns to prove it ,hide behind so called Religion(I was part of the fundamentalist movement and I know what they want (Everything)You don't have to dress up like a Colonial,you dont have to carry a sign ! What you need is an agenda,another name is a plan! Now one very important thing to remember is that it must be realistic and most important WORK I'm all for plans that will improve the life of the average American they work hard ,raise families (I have four wonderful children and they stand by my Wife and I thru thick and thin and we also have four Grandchildren.There are groups out there who threaten to kill those who dont side with them.I hope they dont mean that.I served my Country in the U.S.M.C. do they mean to kill me because I dont agree with them or worse kill my family ? I think we need to decide if we are thugs,hiding behind the flag or the Church or if we are average Americans who would simply like to live as we were promised ,Free without fear of retaliation from a group who doesn't agree with us simply because we dont agree with them .I think you might find something in the Constitution that sounds like that last sentence.

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  22. Syrin from Wasilla
    Feb 14, 2010 @ 17:56:00

    Thank you for sharing your concerns. I agree with you about the freedom to have a viewpoint. No, you don't have to carry a gun to prove anything. However, under The Bill of Rights -The right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed!
    My fear is the slow debasing of the US Judiciary. Nevertheless, I believe when the Framers drafted our national Constitution, they were very careful to provide for independence of the federal Judiciary. The Framers understood quite well that without judges who could enforce the Constitutional rights and guarantees without fear of retaliation, the Constitution would be meaningless.

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  23. TomandLou
    Feb 14, 2010 @ 19:57:00

    I should have clarified what I felt about bearing arms of course we should and do have the right as the Constitution states. However they should never be a threat to The Govt.or its law abiding citizens.How could I feel otherwise I bore arms I now choose not to. If there was a threat to our Govt. I would do it again to the best of my ability. But never as a threat to our President and Commander in Chief as some seem to be doing lately.By the way Thanks for your reply your blog is refreshing.

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  24. cancangirl
    Feb 15, 2010 @ 10:48:00

    I dont go to the Tea Parties anymore until they get the RINOS the hell out.

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  25. cancangirl
    Feb 15, 2010 @ 10:49:00

    The 2nd Ammendment protects the 1st ammendment, and it is we little peons that are in danger of this NON President.

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  26. Syrin from Wasilla
    Feb 15, 2010 @ 13:24:00

    Love your avatar!! Welcome cancangirl…
    RINO- Thats where conservative Repubs need to clarify or redefine what the hell a Republican in Name Only really is! It appears to me that we don't even have a handle on what a 'Republican' really is…I always thought a Repub at the very least was for self detemination, small government and support policy helpful for private industry. I would like to see Repubs have some capacity to be accountable for their words, actions and policy. I haven't seen it, have you? Sarah is a fraud, inept and plain stupid! Is she who should be given the banner of the party? How many popular politicians (I don't care what their party or beliefs are) are nothing more than narcissists looking for admiration and adulation and of course to enrich themselves at the publics expense? These are going to be the death of the whole political system. You can't talk policy with idiots!!!!!

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  27. sjohnson
    Feb 15, 2010 @ 18:23:00

    Yes, I had the same embarrassing experience with my adult daughter.

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