Know your Tea Party people. Know them by their words and deeds . .
—Dale Robertson, President and Founder of Tea Party.org:
—Jim Russell, White Plains Tea Partier, candidate for New York’s 18th district.
On the mixing of human races:
The most serious implication of human sexual imprinting for our genetic future is that it would establish the destructiveness of school integration, especially in the middle and high-school years . . In the midst of this onslaught against our youth, parents need to be reminded that they have a natural obligation, as essential as providing food and shelter, to instill in their children an acceptance of appro-priate ethnic boundaries for socialization and for marriage.
He announced his candidacy, and then they threw him a little Nazi Party.
—Christine O’Donnell, Delaware candidate for U.S. Senate.
On the mixing of species:
American scientific companies are cross-breeding humans and animals and coming up with mice with fully functioning human brains. So they’re already into this experiment.
Next: Tea Partiers with fully functioning human brains.
–Candidate for Colorado Governor, Dan Maes.
From his website, on his short career as a cop:
At one point in my 2 years there I was place (sic) undercover by the Kansas Bureau of Investigations to gather information inside a bookmaking ring that was also allegedly selling drugs. I got too close to some significant people in the community who were involved in these activities and abruptly was dismissed from my position. I was blindsided and stunned to say the least.
You know what else stunned Dan? Having his ‘undercover cop’ fantasy arrested.
Who wrote [the claim] on the website?
“Whoever typed it, typed it. That’s all I’ve got to say,” Maes said, before referring questions to his campaign spokesman.
Later, his spokesman, Nate Strauch, confirmed that Maes had written the comments.
Call homicide, Dan’s campaign just died.
–Tea Party Candidate for Governor of New York, Carl Paladino.
The New York Post:
It was just about a year ago, hours after the death of her son in a car crash, that Cathy Paladino’s husband told her he was the father of a 10-year-old girl with another woman — and that all their children and most of their friends already knew.
Think that’s funny? You should be on his e-mail list. *DING*, you have mail:
Good ol’ Carl.
–Speaking of funny, how about that brilliant satirist, former head of and spokesman for Tea Party Express, Mark Williams:
Perhaps the most racist point of all in the tea parties is their demand that government “stop raising our taxes.” That is outrageous! How will we coloreds ever get a wide screen TV in every room if non-coloreds get to keep what they earn? Totally racist! The tea party expects coloreds to be productive members of society?
HA HA HO. Hilarious.
. . repeat after me: Islam is a 7th Century Death Cult coughed up by a psychotic pedophile and embraced by defective, tail sprouting, tree swinging, semi-human, bipedal primates with no claim to be treated like human beings or even desirable mammals for that matter.
Stop, you’re killing me.
—Sharron Angle, Nevada Tea Party candidate gunning for Senator:
What is a little bit disconcerting and concerning is the inability for sporting goods stores to keep ammunition in stock . . That tells me the nation is arming . . They’re afraid they’ll have to fight for their liberty in more Second Amendment kinds of ways . . . If we don’t win at the ballot box, what will be the next step?
A fair question, considering you’re out of bullets. Guess you’ll just have to throw rocks at the Coloreds.
–Tea Party fave Rand Paul, Senate candidate from the rugged state of Kentucky.
On the abhorrent mining practice of mountain top removal:
. . I think coal gets a bad name because I think a lot of the land apparently is quite desirable once it’s been flattened out. As I came over here from Harlan, you’ve got quite a few hills. I don’t think anybody’s going to be missing a hill or two here and there. And some people like having the flat land. Some of it apparently has become quite valuable when it’s become flattened.
A desert can be valuable, too. Atomic weapons testing.
–And Sarah Palin, of course, the queen of the Tea Party klan.
Here she roils the Seas of Couragebilly from which the Campaign Hope Tea Admirals rebelliously pride-weigh their Reaganchors:
I’ll know that I have spoken up and I will speak up to thank people like Mr. Reagan, as we honor his dad, to encourage you too, Alaskans, to do the same and don’t just hang in there and go along to get along but stand up and speak up, and be bold and demand that Washington be prudent with our public monies and prioritize for America’s security, and forget the political correctness that makes one guard your conversation, and couch our words so cautiously that they lose meaning, and we lose effectiveness, and then we lose hope because we start thinking that politicians are only worried about their poll numbers and attracting campaign contributions for their next bid so that they can hold on to some title and some position.
Well said. OR, in a word — a single Tea Party word:
Oh. And also. Jesus: