Which of these political extremes do you like better/ hate less:
Occupy had no clear message, and we're angry that those who worked hard have good paying jobs working for the corporate machine. Its not the banks fault they chose poor majors and college and then didn't give them a job.
Both are way too extreme IMO
I like the Tea Partiers 'cause I are one! :-)
(What the heck auto correct!! New???)
I iz too.
I don't consider the tea party to be extremist. The ones in Washington hurting us the American people by the laws they pass and the mountains of debt they've gotten us in..those are the extremists! The tea party is sick of it
Oh and this poll was inspired by skinner.
I hate the tea Partiers less than I hate the Occupiers. I HATE HATE them.
You hate the Tea Party movement some? Why?
Look what they've done to the Party. They're radicals and they will never get elected ever, yet they're constantly screwing over electable republicans.
Good! We need someone to stick up for Conservative principles. I am sick that a Republicans actually agreed to the short term deal. Meanwhile, Ted Cruz was centering the debate around Obamacare that needs to be repealed.
Conservative family principles can't win anymore. In the past three years, we have lost arguably 4 seats in the senate because the extreme right nominated tea Partiers.
We also gained seats in 2010 because of the Tea Party. That is why it is relevant today.
Steve..hates a very strong word. What is wrong with the tea party movement? Look at nye media, the true enemy. They made the tea party into something it's not. It's just patriotic Americans tired of what's happening. The occupy ppl are just confused
It amazes me the people who say that they hate the Tea Party. It's goal is to return the government back to what the Constitution says the government should do. Hate the tea party you hate the Constitution. All the Republicans have to do is moderate its stance on abortion and gays.
The fact is that the kind of social conservatism that the tea party supports is not practical or electable in this day and age. The defeats of Richard Murdock, Todd Akin, Ken Buck, and Christine O'Donnell have pretty clearly demonstrated this.