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  1. Readers can Google “Koch ALEC Tea Party” to find a major source or the deniability epidemic. Add the names of your favorite politicians for even more information.

  2. Is kind of interesting . always considered myself a Reagan republican . Remember those years of Reagan and republicans being called extremists , war mongers , racists , etc etc . Now the left seems totally in denial and claim Reagan was better because he compromised. Talk about denial.

    Good grief .

    Global warming is real , it is happening ,but our air is getting cleaner , our rivers and lakes are also , and we are headed in the right direction . More needs to be done, and our economy and poor need not suffer. But blame the Tea party for Global warming ? The democrats just pulled an ad claiming Jan Angel was stopping mammograms and cancer screening , now she is causing global warming .

    I miss the democratic party when people of all faiths , races , and creeds were welcomed . God was not booed at their conventions and our problems got serious attention and not just the blame game and promoting fear of the world coming to an end by those who made a fortune promoting it .

  3. Richard Reeves, who wrote a book about President Reagan, still disagrees with many of Reagan’s policies and would still consider him extreme on many issues. But Reagan was not really against the government; he just wanted a government on his terms, according to Reeves. When Reeves brings up Reagan in contrast to the Tea Party, he is not praising Reagan but rather pointing out how politics has reached a new level of anti-government sentiment, a whole new extreme.

  4. Oh yes I totally agree Chris. Reeves states himself he is a liberal and wonders why he gets letters claiming he has a liberal bias . Of course he does and disagreeing with Reagan is a given.

    My point is the lack of compromise on the far left also , and those using Reagan today to attempt to further speak to only one side of the political problem , the right side . They have always claimed it was the fault of the right.

    There is an obvious left side that has lost its grasp on reality also, puts ideology over science ,and assumes government has to be used regardless of consequence ,quite extreme and my way or the highway politics.
    Yes the extremes have seemed to be running the show , and I agree with that as being a problem .

    I could use Clinton as you have here to show how extreme Obama and the left is also .

    Bill Clinton achievements of welfare reform , balancing the budget, don’t ask and don’t tell , would be considered balancing the budget on the backs of the poor, bigoted and extreme by the same folks who think there is only one side that has caused our government dysfunction. Negotiating with people claiming that your attempting to starve the poor, make people sick with dirty water and dirty air claiming the earth has only a few years left and promote feel good policies that do little or nothing , while claiming the other side is not willing to discuss the issues to me just gets frustrating and appears to only exasperate the problem of one side is the bad side .

    Compromise is not doing it ONLY the lefts way such as the Health Care Act now in place . One Party total support , one party totally not supporting it . The last time I believe such major legislation was so one sided was when Congress passed the 14th Amendment .

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