Monday, March 23, 2009

A Tale of Two Tea Parties

The country can move in two very diverse directions. There are two very different approaches. One is the godless secular humanistic approach where man has all the answers and the other is a God-respecting and honoring approach where God and His eternal principles hold the key to individual and national success.


This Tea Party has been brewing for some time, perhaps for a 100 plus years. It came together and went into full-swing on 1/20/09. I call it the Democratic Tea (TAX EVERYONE ALWAYS) Party. It is characterized by this quote pointed out to me in a posting on the National/International Politics Forum at It really captures the essence of a worldview that has captured much of academia, the national media, main line churches, political parties, especially the Democratic Party.

"If you can dream it, you can be it." ---
Hello Kitty

This could very well be said of the former community organizer, Saul Alinsky protégé and disciple and alleged President Barry Soetoro (a/k/a Barack Obama), Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid.

This troublesome triumvirate joins together with other Democratic Party elite, who all dream of the day when America will become a fully socialistic state/utopia. During the first two months of the Soetoro (Obama) presidency you can see evidence of where these radical socialists and secularists want to take America.


In stark contrast to the Secular Left are the majority of Americans who to some degree want to preserve all or some portion of the original principles, values and freedoms upon which this nation was founded hundreds of years ago.

Tax Day, 4/15/09, the TAXED ENOUGH ALREADY (TEA) Parties symbolize the hundreds of millions of American who want to do the right thing. They will have a means to voice their protest. This is needed since many of our representatives are listening more to their party leaders and moneyed and highly influential constituents and lobbyists than the people living in their states or districts back home.

This party includes those who dream of a day when America will be restored.

We believe in and work toward restoring the values and principles of our Founding Fathers, which include: Honoring God, Respecting Life, Hard Work, Small Limited Government, Preserving National Sovereignty, Minimal Taxes, Absolute Moral Standards and Truth, etc.


In a November 24, 2008 Washington Times article, "
Gerald Celente: Visionary” by Armand de Borchgrave, Mr Celente is described as “the man who track the world’s social, economic, and business trends for corporate clients.”

According to the Washington Times article Celente has forecasted accurately “the 1987 stock market crash, the collapse of the Soviet Union in1991, the 1997 Asian currency crash, the 2007 subprime mortgage scandal that he said would soon engulf the world . . . In November 2007, Mr. Clelente also told UPI a massive devaluation of the dollar was coming and that some Wall Street giants were headed for total collapse. He called it the “Panic of 2008”

“This time, Mr. Celente’s Trends Research Institute, which the Los Angeles Times described as the Standard & Poor’s of pop culture, can see a tax rebellion in America by 2012, food riots, squatter rebellions, job marches, and a culture that puts a higher premium on food on the table than gifts under the Christmas tree.

“Mr. Celente says, “There will be a revolution in this country,” though not until 2012, and it will take the form of a bloodless coup and the meteoric rise of a third party . . .”

“. . . The catastrophe that is about to hit our nation, he says, has its origin in wars we were told would be “off budget” and would not affect more tax cuts. This is the school that says there’s nothing wrong with a little deficit funding .

“One of the cornerstones of America’s giant economy is the ability to borrow from other countries—primarily China and Japan—from $2 billion to $3 billion a day in order to maintain the world’s highest standard of living, which is based on conspicuous consumption, at a time of growing world shortages. That was bound to change. But Mr. Celente does not believe we can switch to a thrifty society without a gigantic upheaval, from which a new paradigm will emerge . . .”

The Tea Party Movement may be a precursor to the calamities predicted by the Bible, Mr. Celente, and others.

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