Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Will the Tea Party Movement LEAVE the Republican party?

Quote noted by Marc Aupiais

Prominent Republican special interests blogger, Patrick Archbold of Creative Minority Report, who also writes for the National Catholic Register online edition, has aired his beliefs on the Republican establishment. These may well be reflected by much of the so-called tea Party movement. A Movement which many mainstream Republicans have sidelined due to its anti-establishment calls. These donkey moans are much like the horn-call against the establishment, which ironically got not not so environmentally or offspring friendly: "greenhorn" Obama elected:

"This, more than a reflection on the O'Donnell campaign, shows the very real disdain that establishment Republicans have for us unwashed--tea-partiers and conservatives. I was ambivalent about the O'Donnell campaign before, now I want her to win in the worst way.
The establishment Republican party, maybe even more than the Democrat party, is one of the main obstacles to real reform in Washington. The American people are demanding reform but the establishment doesn't care. They want to shut out real conservatives where they can and co-opt them where they succeed.

Many people think that 2010 is another 1994. I hope not. I don't want another Republican takeover until conservatives have successfully taken over the Republican party. This is the message that the rank and file sent in Delaware tonight, this is why they sent the progressive RINO Castle packing. But they still don't get the message.

I don't know if O'Donnell is a good candidate or not. But at this point, I don't care. I want her to win. Scratch that--I want the Republican establishment to lose.

I am tired of Republican lip service and betrayals. I want a purge. I want a witch-hunt. I want them all gone. Every last one of them. I want litmus tests. I want lots of litmus tests. I want to fold the big tent. I want to burn the big tent. I want conservatives darn it!!"
Patrick Archbold writing for Creative Minority Report (Catholic and Republican Special Interests coverage; Independent of the American State and of the Republican Hierarchy; Tea Party Affiliations; Based in the United States)
14 / 09 | September / 2010: "I Hate Republicans--A Disgusting FIt of Pique"

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