It's Proven: 'Water(s) Does Burn!'
Whew!! Maxine Waters is 'madder'n a wet hen!' All that 'wetness' caused an explosion directed at the "Tea Party" movement rather than those responsible. Ms Waters, Ms Bass and Ms Richardson--congressional owe-bamacRATics, all--hosted a gathering of constituents they called a "Kitchen Table Summit," which drew over 1,000 participants to Inglewood High School.
Prior to her '9.0' explosion, Ms Waters took the occasion to blame the "Tea Party" movement for all the owe-bama kinsmen's economic ills:
"As a black caucus, we've introduced 40 bills, all related to job development" she told the crowd. "They're not going anywhere in Congress because the House is dominated by the 'Tea Party.' What did they do? They organized, they hit the streets, they elected some people and they took over Congress in 2010."
Ms Waters seems so wrapped up in her communistic socio-fascism, she's failing to take the Constitution--she swore many times to support--into account with respect to the "Tea Party" movement:
"....the right of the people peaceable to assemble and to petition the government for a redress of grievances."
The "Tea Party" movement--even when baited by thuggery--since their inception in 2009, have peaceably assembled throughout the United States. The "Tea Party" movement redressed their grievances by replacing owe-bamacRATic representatives with those the "Tea Party" movement had properly vetted. Ms Waters went on to make this 'biden-esque' quip:
"This is a tough game. You can't be intimidated. You can't be frightened. and as far as I'm concerned, the "Tea Party" can go straight to hell."
The Tea Party Patriots organization is but a small segment of the entire "Tea Party" movement. They took this opportunity to take umbrage with Ms Waters' comments:
"We've had [owe-bamacRATics] calling American citizens 'terrorists' and 'hostage takers,' and now an elected [owe-bamacRATic] representative says we can 'go straight to hell,'" the group 'Tea Party Patriots' said. [The group continued:] "....Is civility only required from their opponents? Perhaps it's time for a new-NEW era of civility. ....The president's silence on these latest violations of civility has been deafening, but not surprising."
[NOTE TO Ms WATERS: This ain't a game; it's serious bid'ness!!]
I take from all this blather is that the "Tea Party" movement is ruling the discourse; the movement has the owe-bamacRATics defining their campaign strategy of one which will "vilify your opponent; ignore the "Clown Prince's" less-than-dismal record!" That's all the owe-bamacRATics--at any level--have!!http://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/maxine-waters-to-tea-party-go-to-hell/2011/08/22/gIQAjgEeWJ_story.html