Skip to comments.Defiant: New Hampshire GOP Establishment Gov. Candidate Calls Tea Partiers ‘Teabaggers’
Posted on 07/10/2014 11:47:14 AM PDT by cotton1706
New Hampshire GOP establishment has foisted Walt Havenstein on the state as the Republican candidate for Governor. But, typical of these establishment types, it seems that they have more contempt for people on their own side than they do for the real enemy; the Democrats. Havenstein, for instance, calls you Tea Partiers the disgusting name teabaggers. Not only that but he refuses to apologize for his slander.
Havenstein was recorded on video calling members of the Tea Party teabaggers at talk he gave a few years ago at the University of Marylands Robert H. Smith School of Business.
Now, one might note that this speech was a few years ago, sure. Maybe Havenstein has changed his mind, maybe he was just trying to be funny, maybe he really doesnt hate conservatives?
Well, Mr. NH Establishment was given a chance to repudiate his slanderous name-calling of conservatives just this week and guess what? Skip Murphy, the co-founder of the NH TEA Party Coalition and a well-known local political operative, confronted Havenstein at a campaign stop, and gave the candidate a chance to walk back his slanderous comments, but Havenstein refused to take it back.
So, once again we have a Republican Establishment Stooge who hates people on our own side more than he hates leftists. Walt Havenstein hates conservatives more than he hates those leftists destroying these United States of America.
Once again we see that the GOP establishment is out to eliminate conservatives from within their ranks. Once again we find that the GOP establishment thinks that YOU, my dear friends, are the enemy and that Democrats, liberals, leftists, communists, and socialists are more desirable than you and me.
Now tell me
why do we support the Republican Party, again?
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Why is he a Homophobe using the term “teabagger”.....
If you are making fun of the tea party and are part of the establishment you can use Homophobic slurs against your political enemies...
I said no such thing!
I own to TEAbagger...
just don’t call me an old bag...
You can’t compare this dude to Brown .for NH or Mass, Brown is not bad. Those states are what they are. Brown never would use tea bagger.
This wipe is nothing but a crony capitalist moderate from the word go.
Must be scared ... of TEA
That Free State Project sure is having an effect.
FYI, teabagging is hardly an exclusively homosexual practice. In fact, given that straight people are 97% of the population, I’d say it’s far more widespread among hetero couples.
Is HE homosexual? I understand it is a term used by homosexuals.
It won’t be long before Tea Partier will be replaced with Christian and Jew. Can you feel the rage? We are a lawless society - not good.
Lol. Took me a sec...
And if you had a bad slip on a bike as a boy, you might have flow through tea bags ;)
My theory is that during the Great Depression (instigated and worsened by FDR and his socialist mob), the leftist DemonRATS of the South moved north in search of jobs. They brought their liberals ideas to New England and turned it from the GOP to the 'RAT side forever. The Southerners who remained in Dixie were those of solid Christian and Jewish values, naturally Conservative and pro-America. And, IMHO, that's why the South transformed from DemonRAT to Republican. The so-called "Southern Strategy" has been discredited as a leftist fabrication, thus I attribute the change to regional migration of Southern liberals to the north.
“you might have flow through tea bags ;”
Or Oolong or Green teabags!
“Troe da bum out!”
Don’t kid yourselves, I’m sure most of the Karl Rove Brigade calls us this in private. Most of them are just not daft enough to do it in front of a hot mic.
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