“A number of commentators seem shocked at how unreasonable Republicans are being. “Has the G.O.P. gone insane?” they ask.
Why, yes, it has. But this isn’t something that just happened, it’s the culmination of a process that has been going on for decades. Anyone surprised by the extremism and irresponsibility now on display either hasn’t been paying attention, or has been deliberately turning a blind eye.”
New York Times
By PAUL KRUGMAN
Published: July 14, 2011
No Republican Presidential Candidate can win the primary without their support. All the Republican presidential candidates are forced into saying in some manner that default is preferable to doing what President Obama wants.
“I've been hearing from more and more people that they are concerned about the debt ceiling negotiations. Many of these people are busy with their daily lives, and they don't usually pay close attention to politics or budget issues.
This concern is probably why consumer sentiment fell sharply in the Reuters / University of Michigan preliminary July survey.
“No worries”, I think we should be really worried. We might avert “the greatest financial shock in history”-(Steven Wieting, Managing Director in the Economic and Market Analysis team of Citigroup, in a July 11, 2011 report.) but this is just the very beginning of the 2nd Teavangelist crazed Republican Revolution. Really crazy, insane people control the Republican Party.
The Republicans have a nightmare situation. They have radicalized their party into a political party that will not ever be able to win the Presidency and may eventually be replaced by a new American political party.
Our local Chester County Teavangelists are fairly well known. The best known of them is probably former Chester County Commissioner Colin Hanna now President of Let Freedom Ring
Two times 6th Congressional District Republican Pat Sellers directed the campaign of the now infamous “Bloc of Four” in Coatesville.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 23, 2011
Local Teavanglist extremists are our now West Chester School Board members:
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2009
I do not understand why they are permitted to threaten peaceable citizens on their personal business in our downtown streets.
One of them, Sean Carpenter prominently featured in this video, is a Republican endorsed 2009 candidate for West Chester Area School Board." Kipp Stone-Candidate for Chester County Treasurer