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Democrats Got Tea-bagged In Massachusetts Last Night

MSNBC and the liberal blogs love to denigrate and belittle the Tea Party movement. Progressives use the term “tea-bag” and smirk, well aware of the disgusting sexual meaning of the term. The double entendre, in this case, has but one meaning to these vile creatures.

Well, there is another way to use the term which they insist on repeating.

Last night, the Democrats in Massachusetts got tea-bagged.

And judging from the whining today, it left a bad taste in their mouths.

About Tom White

Tom is a US Navy Veteran, owns an Insurance Agency and is currently an IT Manager for a Virginia Distributor. He has been published in American Thinker, currently writes for the Richmond Examiner as well as Virginia Right! Blog. Tom lives in Hanover County, Va and is involved in politics at every level and is a Recovering Republican who has finally had enough of the War on Conservatives in progress with the Leadership of the GOP on a National Level.

2 Responses to “Democrats Got Tea-bagged In Massachusetts Last Night”

  1. Bigvinu says:

    And how did Joe Kennedy, the self described "Tea Party Candidate" do?

    Public Policy Polling had an excellent take on the race:

    "Among voters who thought that Scott Brown was either a liberal or a moderate, he won 79-18. Among voters who thought that he was a conservative Coakley won 63-32. There are certain places where the GOP can get away with running far right candidates but they aren't the places where they're going to need to win to get the House back this fall and the White House back in 2012. Brown didn't come across as an ideological extremist and that helped him win over a lot of people who never would have voted for John McCain or George W. Bush- and sure won't vote for Sarah Palin."

    Brown's campaign certainly benefited from Tea Party anger, but it was by no means the margin of victory, or the sole cause of victory.

  2. Tom White says:

    I don't know if you have seen this NY Times article, but it is very interesting. I differ on a few points with them, but it is the best look I have seen at the Tea Party – Republican Party link.

    http://www.nytimes.com/2010/01/21/us/politics/21r

    This race may redefine Republican candidates.

    The abortion issue is one that I have said for years that the Republicans need to take out of the mix. Not the opposition to abortion, just the issue.

    One way to do this is for a national candidate to claim they are pro-choice, but believe abortion is a state issue, as Brown did. He can be against partial birth, and for parental notification and still be pro choice. Then he is free to vote against every bill favoring abortion and still claim to be pro-choice.

    The Democrats do this all the time. "I am pro second amendment" but they want to close the gun show "loophole" and limit "assault" weapons and just about every aspect of concealed carry.

    Both parties are still trying to get a grip on what happened Tuesday. And exactly how this will shake out remains to be seen. I hope it turns out to have the big impact I believe it will have. Sending the message to Republicans that if you want to win, serve the PEOPLE, and to the Democrats, you said you would change things for the better. This ain't it.

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Tom White Says:

Nothing is more conservative than a republican wanting to get their majority back. And nothing is more liberal than a republican WITH a majority.

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