As candidates come forward and election fever grips the people there are many questions about the Tea Party activities and how they might serve to shift the party powers in the Washington arena.  Allegations run rampant about problems within the Tea Party movement.  Are Republicans trying to take it over?  Is it being infiltrated by so-called Progressives?  Is it too representative of the fringe elements of our political system?  Is it in danger of becoming a third party spoiler that could split the conservative votes and allow the Democrats to continue their power monopoly? 

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The more I see and hear of what is going on in our nation's Capital the more certain I become that we have filled it with traitors and haters of our Republic.  Their major goal is not simply to feather their own nest, as is the goal of many politicians, but to destroy the government of the world's greatest experiment in freedom and liberty.  Their target is Biblical Christianity.  Whatever their professed religions may be, Christian freedom is anathema to them.

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When I was a kid we used to play a game called "connect the dots."  Most of you have probably played the game...if all the dots are connected properly you end up with a picture that you will recognize, otherwise you just have a bunch of lines drawn in a meaningless pattern.  This little game became a catch-phrase to indicate that things were happening in a pattern and if you could properly figure out what was going on you would be able to predict where things were heading.  When you did you were said to have "connected the dots."

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For months now we have been hearing from the Democrats that we need a comprehensive health care reform, that the American people want this and that it will save money.  Now we are hearing that it will actually reduce the deficit by some three-quarters of a trillion dollars over time...that period of time I'm not quite sure about, but having seen government in action I can guarantee it will not reduce the deficit.  Listening to the Senator's (Reid's) comments at the press briefing this afternoon I felt myself in the position that Congressman Joe Wilson from South Carolina succumbed to when he shouted "Liar" as the President spoke on the health care bill earlier.

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Mike Scruggs