Well, your phones are probably safe from the Justice Department, since this paper's excellencies do not extend to national security scoops, but our President is trying to force healthy young people to pay sicker and older people to be sick, so there seems scope for a GOP youth movement.
The following questions, though somewhat loaded, do deserve answers. Perhaps alprova and nucanuck will oblige.
Why'd he hide the birth certificate? (Probably to stir up trouble.) Why's he still hiding his school records? To hide low grades or claims of Kenyan birth?
Re Benghazi, do we yet know who refused the added security the ambassador had asked for? Do we yet know what the President was told about the attack while it was in progress, and where he was and what he was doing all the time it was proceeding? Could the military have done anything if ordered to try something--sent in F-18s to strafe, perhaps? Why was the attack blamed on a lousy, unseen movie? Is the jailing of the movie's maker politically motivated? Was K'daffy's government safer than the current one? Is Egypt's new government more peaceable and better on civil rights for minorities than Mubarak's government? Is Syria likely to improve in those regards if the current rebels take power? Do/did any of those places need regime change as badly as North Korea does?
Did IRS people lie to Congress, denying targeting of Tea people although they knew of such targeting?
For perspective, how many people died in Watergate?
Has Obama? Spending like a hockey stick?
Ikeithlu, what religion are you against, and why?
"Chinese leaders know that the top fifteen countries...on a...Prosperity Index have a Christian heritage...In 2009..,.Freedom Watch certified 89 countries as 'free'; 81...were predominantly or historically Christian"--page 88 of "What Good is God?" by Philip Yancey.
The political establishment has made promises we can't afford to keep (unworkable, unconstitutional and unBiblical to boot), so the whole Tea Party, by trying to save Uncle Sam from bankruptcy, is pursuing social welfare.
Carta is private?
The Tea Party has hijacked how many airplanes to murder thousands of innocent people? Zero, flat absolute zero.
Obviously most Muslims have also not attempted murder, but a few have: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leila_Kh...
Facing facts and racism are two different things. (By the way, is "Just Busted" racist--and sexist--if it puts pretty white girls on its cover out of proportion to their number in the total busted population?) Few Muslims are terrorists, but most terrorists are Muslim, so a bit of a focus on Muslims makes perfect sense.
Comparing Mohammed to Jesus Christ shows why Tea-ites are safer than Sheites. Mohammed, to rob a caravan, started a war during a month in which Arabian pagan neighbors kept the peace. He fought other wars, some of them defensive. He ordered executions (racist against Jews?) When he died, he simply died, and stayed dead.
Jesus rose from the dead, showing God's power at work in him; he (pardon the theology, but it's true) "died for our sins," showing God's love for God's enemies turning them into God's friends; He is God in human flesh; he ordered not just "mercy" but love for enemies and forgiveness of sins; he was conceived in Mary's womb by a miracle of the Holy Ghost without a man's help, again showing God's power...and he didn't order any executions, murders, or wars while He was here, so that some Christians are pacifists, and those of us who think executions and just wars can be OK Christian behavior like to insist on justice in such cases. (C. S. Lewis has an obscure little essay on Pacifism and Chivalry, anti-militarism and strict self-control.)
No Christian is as good as he, but He influences even cultures, not just actual individual Christians. Would you rather live in Christendom or in a mostly Muslim country? Would anyone here move to Saudi Arabia if the Tea Party wins the next two elections? Clay?
There may be better ways than the TSA uses. I don't think El Al, the Israeli airline, has suffered a hijacking since A.D. 1968.
The tea party began as a splinter of the Libertarians? I'm glad there are enough of us to splinter. A party that's never elected a Congressman swung, what, 50 seats in A.D. 2010? And (from NR) someone googling liberals can's find them by goodling "patriot"?
The Tea Party is the responsible wing of the GOP, for I give you Bernard Shaw: Reasonable people adjust to the way things are. Unreasonable people refuse to adjust. So all progress depends on unreasonable people. If there's a similar corrective wing to the Democratic party, challenging the status quo's drift to disaster, I'd like to hear of it. (Accelerators abound, of course.)
If nullification be too polite, consider the language of a resolution from Farmington, Connecticut, in A.D. 1774:
"That the present ministry (administration), being instigated by the devil and led by their wicked and corrupt hearts, have a design to take away our liberties and properties, and to enslave us forever...That those pimps and parasites who dared to advise their masters to such detestable measures be held in utter abhorrence by...every American, and their names loaded with the curses of all succeeeding generations" (quoted in The Ideological Origins of the American Revolution, by Bernard Bailyn, page 125 in my copy).
Ah, yes, our modern Publicans (tax collectors) need the same Redeemer as prostitutes and us Pharisees: Jesus Christ yesterday and today the same and for ever. There's nothing new under the sun. And He ate with them when He was under the sun. Dust off your Bibles and read the Gospels.
(He also took a wry view of politicians and bureaucrats: Those who tell other people what to do call themselves Benefactors--hinting, I think, that He could find something else to call them. Luke 22).