Tea Party Republicans who threatened the US AAA Bond ratingby President of Somos A. Bustos on Aug. 03, 2011, under General Political Talk
Here is the list of Tea Party Senate Republicans who threatened the AAA Bond rating with Senator DeMint being the king of the tea party terrorists because they have held our economy hostage. They are on record for wanting to shut down the government like anarchists, and now they want nothing to do with bipartisanship. Ronald Reagan was a good President because he worked across the aisle. What makes tea party politicians better than Reagan? Why don’t they acknowledge that Reagan increased taxes, too?
Pat Toomey (R-PA) 202.224.4254
Marco Rubio (R-FL) 202.224.3041
Rand Paul (R-KY) 202.224.4343
Mike Lee (R-UT) 202.224.5444
Ron Johnson (R-WI) 202.224.5323
Our markets started to take a dive here in the U.S. then the rest of the world because the teahadists are unreasonable and have become a party of “no”. One Tea Party Republican, Eric Cantor, was caught shorting the market putting himself in a position to benefit when the markets failed. Go figure.
Who in their right mind would want to put their money against US Markets yet call themselves a true patriot?
Be sure to call these tea party Republicans and tell them you are tired of their political games. These individuals believe the entire US population voted “only them” in not realizing that the American people have voted in several hundred politicians from diverse backgrounds across the political spectrum around the nation. It’s unfortunate the Republican Party has been hijacked by freshmen and crying babies.
Joe Nocera writes:
Tea Party’s War on America
These last few months, much of the country has watched in horror as the Tea Party Republicans have waged jihad on the American people. Their intransigent demands for deep spending cuts, coupled with their almost gleeful willingness to destroy one of America’s most invaluable assets, its full faith and credit, were incredibly irresponsible. But they didn’t care. Their goal, they believed, was worth blowing up the country for, if that’s what it took.
Like ideologues everywhere, they scorned compromise. When John Boehner, the House speaker, tried to cut a deal with President Obama that included some modest revenue increases, they humiliated him. After this latest agreement was finally struck on Sunday night — amounting to a near-complete capitulation by Obama — Tea Party members went on Fox News to complain that it only called for $2.4 trillion in cuts, instead of $4 trillion. It was head-spinning.
Read more here.