Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Was Maxine Waters dropped on her head at birth?

Congresswoman Maxine Waters of California obviously isn't wrapped too tight upstairs. Maxine is simply a freaking loon. Last week while speaking to her ignorant constituents in her district in California, she made the statement that the tea party "can go straight to hell".

If Maxine isn't careful, she may be the one headed to hell before any tea party person.I believe she has more in common with the devil then anyone I know. She isn't exactly known as being a saint. It's surprising to hear a member of congress tell American citizens to "go to hell". I don't doubt that the elitists in both parties feel that about the tea party, but Maxine actually said it. I don't really hold much stock in what Ms. Waters says. She's an idiot. This is the same person who said back in 2005 "there is nothing wrong with Fannie Mae" as did other Democrats in congress at the that time.

If anyone believes that Congresswoman Maxine Waters doesn't believe in socialism, think again

It must be hard for Kerosene Maxine to keep under rap her socialist ways. So who are the extremists? Is the tea party who are the extremists or is it people like Maxine Waters? It's people like this is the reason congress has an approval rating of just twelve percent.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

What Maxine Waters and other Democratic Black Caucus member are trying to do is to incite their constituents to rise up against the opposition by making false claims about the Tea Party because they know that they are about to be defeated.

Now, Black Muslim representative Andre Carson claiming that the Tea Party wants blacks hanging from a tree.

Are they trying to start a race war?

11:29 PM  
Anonymous shannon said...

If she wasn't an elected official with power, I would pity Maxine for her ignorance, her defunct political philosophy, and her intolerance of American citizens with whom she disagrees.

2:25 PM  
Blogger Silverfiddle said...

Larry Elder really slammed "Kerosene Maxine" good in a recent article.

He called her racist, hateful and vulgar. I couldn't agree more.!/page/full/

This is about stoking resentments and pitting one group against another. It's what liberals do best.

12:18 PM  
Blogger p. anthony allen said...

Rep. Allen West was on the Bill O'Reilly program the other night talking about Rep. Waters and Rep. Andre Carson's remarks about the Tea Party.

A few weeks ago Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz commented on the house floor that West was supportive of a plan that would increase costs for Medicare beneficiaries. She further stated that it was "unbelievable" that a member from South Florida would support such a measure.

For some unapparent reason, Rep. West found her comments insulting. He responded by calling her, “the most vile, unprofessional, and despicable member of the US House of Representatives”, and further stating that she was "not a Lady."

Since many here, including Tyrone, believed that West's comments were justified, why not give Waters and Carson their "free speech" rights to insult other political entities?

You folks better get used to it because the coming political season is going to be real nasty. The race card is going to be played from all sides.

Conservative try to deny it, but they know that there are radical racist fringe groups that associate themselves with different Tea Party groups. I've posted several links to different racist organizations who have tied themselves to local and national Tea Party groups.

I believe the problems will start when politicians like Waters and Carson broad brush the entire Tea Party movement instead of differentiating and calling out the racist fringe groups.

If there is some kind of "strategic political tactic" in accusing "all" tea party groups of racism, the only way the Democrats could win is if the racist groups take control of the narrative. If this happens, then Waters and Carson can claim that they were right.

Mind you, I'm not defending Waters or Carson's statements. However, conservatives have a problem with admitting that racist factions have infiltrated many Tea Party groups. As seen with the unnecessary comments made by Allen west, conservatives tend to defend unproductive behavior. This leads me to believe that the racist factions of the Tea Party will gain control of the narrative. Seeing that the Ta Party is a relatively small part of the political landscape, they will certainly lose mainstream support, basically becoming a political pariah.

1:11 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Tea Party represents the ideals of most traditional Americans Allen. I highly doubt this is going to go away. As Government continues to increase in size and abuse there power, we will only grow and become more angry. I bet it is every Liberals dream to see the Tea Party vanish. I may not be a member but i like them want smaller government, lower taxes, economic freedoms and so on, so you see there are more of us then the establishment which is your typical politicians, hollywood, coastal liberals and academia but a smaller percentage as compared to the rest of us. If not in the form of a Tea Party then there will be other titles but all with a very similar goal in mind.

4:58 PM  
Blogger beakerkin said...

I want to state that many African Americans are afraid to publicly state their disappointment with Obama. A lot of good people are hurting ( Including all types of people) and are screaming JOBS. Obama did not focus on growth and is pushing big government.

It is easier for political hacks to rant about imagined racism than
to hold Obama accountable for bad policies.

7:44 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ha Ha I told you Mr perry was a friend to the illegal aliens.He said no fence on the mexican border today in new hamshire.

11:22 PM  
Blogger Alpha Conservative Male said...

anon "Ha Ha I told you Mr perry was a friend to the illegal aliens.He said no fence on the mexican border today in new hamshire."

I debated a few Perry Fans today on this issue, and they said that Perry is for putting drones on the border and enforcing the illegal immigration laws against employers. Romney has already jumped in and started going after Perry.Romney goes after Perry on immigration
Perry is going to have some explaining to do come the next GOP debate. He will definitely have a bulls eye on his head now that he is the perceived front runner.

Shannon "If she wasn't an elected official with power, I would pity Maxine for her ignorance, her defunct political philosophy, and her intolerance of American citizens with whom she disagrees."

I her constituents for being ignorant enough to elect a person like Maxine Waters in the first place. It doesn't speak highly of their intelligence and decesion making.

8:15 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

this Maxine Waters
be so qwiet after 2012 when obama is outttttttt.

am not impressed by Maxine Waters

5:51 PM  

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