Washington (CNN) - To the Tea Party movement that helped fuel Republican electoral success last November, a promise is a promise.
So when it became clear last month that House Speaker John Boehner, a conservative GOP hero, was willing to accept far smaller spending cuts for the rest of the current fiscal year than what Republicans pledged in the 2010 election campaign, the Tea Party reaction was both swift and decisive.
Take note America: This is how much "these people" care about you. They have got to be the most ignorant, nonwearing sheet lovers in America. Their hatred for our half black president will eventually destroy THEM not HIM. Please don't let "these people" ANYWHERE near your children.
To bad that BONER does not have the guts to shut down the government ,that would teach those IDIOTS with GOOFY CLOTHES and funny hats what it is like to give up their Social Security. Then with their guns on their hips they could go and rob the wealthy on wall street and defense industry. Try tocut social security and you will see a larger demonstration in DC than the last one where the congress put thier tail between their legs and ran to do away with their IDIOTIC proposal. you got a sample in Wisconsin would you like to try again?????????
these people are going to destroy our country.
Old, dried out white people clapping to Lawrence Welk. Have to deal with them like you do a tick. Heat up some steel and burn em out. Let's get this party started.
Anybody who says Liberals are the only idealogical idiots in Washington should be linked to this story.
Wow, what an ethnically diverse group of people – all walks of life represented...male, female, grey hair, blond hair, auburn hair...even a redhead!