Friday, August 13, 2010

Good Grief, do you believe this?

Good Grief, do you believe this?

Click below link for a real eye-opener as to what the Tea Party
Movement Is Really About $$$$!

Dayton Tea Party activist starts conservative business exchange

The Tea Party Republican Leaders or Tea Party Repugnant Organizers seem to have one eye http://www.thethinkingblue.com/temppics/eyeball.jpgon brainwashing their sycophants and the other eyehttp://www.thethinkingblue.com/temppics/eyeball.jpgon HOW TO MAKE MORE MONEY from their ignorance... But they did admit that... “It might attract some customers. It might drive some away,”... Let's hope for the latter. thinkingblue

PS: They will promote the Tea Party Exchange concept to other chapters of the Tea Party, whose members advocate for reducing taxes and cutting spending and the size of government.(WTF? Where were these assholes when Bush was spending us into the dire straits we're in now? They want it two ways... CUT TAXES FOR THE RICH AND LESS SPENDING ON THE POOR (or less social programs for the middle-class to help them from becoming poor...!) which means MORE MONEY FOR THEM... it makes me sick to my stomach ...! Go get your puke bucket and listen to this F**king jerk here: http://www.teapartyexchange.org/ ) or here.



Here's a tea party member with a business who doesn't want it mixed with politics... OH MY, A "THINKING" TEA PARTIER, will wonders never cease?

Click link below:

Tea Party backer doesn't want his business mixed with politics

PS2: I searched for a list and found the one below. I don't know why the TPX thingy ticked me off so much... I think it was Hutchinson's
persona
CLICK IMAGE TO HEAR THIS JERK TALK ABOUT HIS TPXand voice so typical of the know-it-all rethugs of the right who learned how to use propaganda to get the ignorant American to embrace their wealthy agenda while stepping on the faces of those they subjugate. The tea party is so full of ignoramuses that it
makes you want to
SCREAM...!
thinkingblue



List of businesses participating in Tea Party discounts


Tea Party supporters who obtain a TPX-Great American card — similar to a customer-loyalty card
consumers can attach to key rings — and show it at a participating business can get a discount on the company’s services. The local merchant then gives 5 percent of the sale revenue to the local Tea party chapter to help fund rallies.

Participating businesses:
  • Anderson Mechanical Associates, LLC

  • B & K Heating, Inc.

  • Beef O’Brady’s Family Sports Pub

  • Cool Solutions Heating & Air Conditioning

  • D.A.R.E. Automotive Specialists,Inc.

  • Essex & Associates, Inc.

  • Essex HR & Associates

  • Evans BMW, Volvo, Volkswagen

  • Flash Quick Copy, Inc.

  • G.L. Dart General Contracting/A-1 Roofing

  • Gamber Family Dental

  • Graphic Impact

  • HouseMaster Home Inspections and Radon Testing

  • Marketing Consultants

  • McAfee Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc.

  • O’Learys Pub & Grub

  • Reiber Cleaners, Inc.

  • Rich Roofing

  • Right at Home-Dayton

  • Ryan B. Walker CPA Inc.

  • Safeguard Print & Promo

  • Screen Works, Inc.

  • Susan Essex Realtor

  • Tea Party Payroll, LLC

  • The Accounting & Business Coach

  • The Bronze Salon Tanning - This
    one is probably AOK with John A. Boehner (R - OH).



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Here is the TPX article in full:

Dayton Tea Party activist starts conservative business exchange

DAYTON — About 30 local businesses are participating
in a program to link conservative consumers with
businesses owned by conservatives to help support the Tea Party.

Donald Hutchinson, a businessman and Tea Party
supporter, calls his initiative the Tea Party Exchange Inc.

Tea Party supporters who obtain a TPX-Great American card — similar to a customer-loyalty card consumers can attach to key rings — and show it at a participating business can get a discount on the company’s services. The local merchant then gives 5 percent of the sale revenue to the local Tea party chapter to help fund rallies.

“It might attract some customers. It might drive
some away,” said Herb Asher, an Ohio State
University political science professor. “If I were a
businessperson, the first thing I’d ask: Is this a
winner or a loser for me?”

Hutchinson is co-founder and president of Essex HR and
Associates, a Washington Twp. human resources consultant.
He said he plans to speak at the national March on DC Tea
Party rally Sept. 11 in Washington, D.C., and will
promote the Tea Party Exchange concept to other chapters
of the Tea Party, whose members advocate for reducing
taxes and cutting spending and the size of government.

But businessman Greg McAfee, president and owner of
McAfee Heating and Air Conditioning in Kettering, said
his company is participating in the Tea Party Exchange,
along with about a dozen other businesses.

McAfee said Thursday that since he started speaking at
Tea Party rallies in April 2009, he received four
negative letters from customers who said they would stop
using his company because of his politics. But McAfee
said he also has received about 75 positive letters and
e-mails from conservative consumers, and that they have
helped bring him an increase in new customers since then.

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Tea Party Leader or Participator (The
Blog)

There are a number of businesses getting involved in
the Tea Party Exchange. Some are Tea Party leaders and
take a position they are going to put their stake into
the ground and announce to the public they are Tea Party
Exchange Members. They do this through window decals,
banners, and posters. These businesses do not worry about
whether or not they may offend someone because of their
beliefs in the Tea Party’s three core values: (1)
limited federal government, (2) fiscal responsibility,
and (3) free markets. I applaud these businesses and
owners for taking a stand for what they believe in.
Without their courage, this movement would be much
harder. However, just as important as these leaders, are
the future leaders of the tea party, the participators.

These businesses join Tea Party Exchange yet do not want
to be as outspoken on the conservative topics. They often
have a substantial liberal client base that they do not
want to disturb. Many of the businesses have found their
rightful place in the Tea Party Exchange. They become
members in the exchange yet do not place window decals or
other advertising material in their place of business.
Therefore, they can be located within our conservative
database yet remain neutral on the issues to the general
public. Both groups will be very effective at fund
raising for our combined conservative cause.

One very important note to understand, whether you are a
Tea Party leader or participator does not define you as a
person, it simply defines the position you have placed
yourself within. In other words, sometimes we are leaders
and sometimes participators. It all depends on the
situation.

Question: How would you reply to a business owner that
says they would like to join the Tea Party Exchange yet
they do not want to risk upsetting their not so
conservative clients? Should this be a worry and how do
you plan on addressing it?


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