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By libertariansocialist, April 7, 2010 at 10:25 am Link to this comment
McVeigh was a patsy. OK fed an Inside Job. Don’t hate the Tea Party. That’s what
“they” want. Stupid cartoon.
By Aaron Ortiz, April 6, 2010 at 2:49 pm Link to this comment
Why do people on this site doubt my identity? I am the
son of Oscar Ortiz and Amparo Lopez and I live in
Mexico. I am a Honduran. I was educated in Honduras and
I am merely repeating what Gallup found…they are
scientific in their methods. It is their research, not
By pfii, April 6, 2010 at 1:25 pm Link to this comment
A sample size of 1033? Pretty hard to generalize across 300,000,000 people with that type of sample size. Not to mention Gallup’s historical Republican bias.
Don’t let Gallup fool you… this is a white movement.
Much ado about very little.
By ibhdez, April 6, 2010 at 10:44 am Link to this comment
Sorry, no they are not - I can say, by just scanning the crow that there are no HISPANICS nor AFRICAN AMERICANS on the crowd.
For the most part, they are old ‘Anglo Saxons’ who are petrified of the world to come. Get over it, and I am positive that Ortiz is not your real name - maybe your gardener?
By Aaron Ortiz, April 6, 2010 at 6:21 am Link to this comment
It is interesting and perhaps relevant that the most recent Gallup poll found that
Tea Party members are from a very representative group of US citizens. In other
words, them may skew to the right of the political spectrum, but not the racial or
I think the media is playing the race card against a group they distrust.
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