The Tea Party Threat In Congress! :(

The Tea Party Movement is within striking distance of gaining up to 33 seats in the House of Representatives, and 8 seats in the Senate, if Democrats, progressives, and independents fail to come out and vote 18 days from now! 🙁

The NY Times has come to that conclusion today, and it has been made clear that if the Tea Party Movement accomplishes that kind of gain of seats in Congress, then the following will be promoted by them! 🙁

1, Privatizing of Social Security.
2. Privatizing of Medicare.
3. Repeal of the Health Care legislation and Minimum Wage Laws.
4. Ending of Unemployment Compensation.
5. Ending of Food Stamps.
6. Ending of Public Education.
7. Repeal of the 17th Amendment–Direct Election of Senators.
8. Repeal of parts of the 14th Amendment having to do with citizenship at birth in the country.
9. Repeal of the 16th Amendment–Federal Income Tax.
10. Repeal of the Estate Tax.
11. Eliminating the Internal Revenue Service.
12. Prevention of any legislation on the environment.
13. Prevention of any financial regulatory legislation.
14. Promotion of the Arizona illegal immigration law elsewhere.
15. Wiping out all federal cabinet agencies except State, Treasury, Defense, and Justice.
16. Promotion of a balanced budget amendment.
17. Following the “original” intent of the Founding Fathers at the Constitutional Convention of 1787.
18. Investigation of every action of the Obama Administration, and impeaching him as a foreign born citizen from Kenya.

It is more obvious than ever that this Tea Party Movement is extremist, radical, and right wing, and they not only threaten the whole basis of modern America, but also the whole political party system–not just the Democrats, but also the Republican party which is dangerously flirting with these wingnuts! 🙁

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