First, have you noticed how more and more cities are getting fed up with the "marches":
1) Atlanta, the party is over;
2) New York City, who is going to pay for the damages or pick up the garbage;
3) Oakland, a bit violent; and
4) ACORN is alive and well at the marches.
My guess is that people got the message and want the marchers to go back to work, or school or their parents' allowances. I think that we can safely say that the public has had enough of the "hippies"!
Second, what was really behind The Washington Post's 'hit piece" on Senator Rubio.
Could it be that the media does not know what to do, or react to, a conservative Hispanic? Do they think that all of us are liberals and madly in love in Pres BO?
At the same time, did the media pursue candidate BO's past with such detail and energy? They didn't and that's why so many of us found the attack on Sen Rubio to be rather bad.
Last, but not least, what's behind the chill between Gov Romney and The Tea Party? Is it issues? Is it that many Tea party partisans view Romney as an establishment candidate?
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