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The Tea Party leaders -- in sharper aim of the folks they say got this country.
Into a big economic mess listen to Amy Cramer she works out of Georgia I chairwoman of the Tea Party express in that state with a warning to those who win.
These people were sending to Washington.
Are on probation.
We will fire them just as we fired.
Are about to fire some of the worst offenders that are -- here we are not sending them there you know with just a blanket of trust you know go do it.
And we were going to be watching them they're we're gonna hold them accountable and we're gonna work with them because we want to know that they're doing what they're suckered into it.
I'd love that line -- you're on probation Dana -- the Saint Louis Tea Party co-founder radio talk show host and editor of big journalism dot com how you doing Dana good morning to you four days ago almost see.
Where this country has come November 3.
What what's this whole idea about -- on probation what does that mean.
Well I tell you what bill I had the most endangered political species after Novak after the elections this Tuesday.
It's not going to be the incumbents to who voted for socialized medicine it's going to be.
These Republicans -- promise that they were going to deliver a more conservative agenda getting back to constitutional principles and if they -- to uphold it.
They are going to be the most endangered species and in politics because I this movement will hold them to the fire even more so.
Then they held the Republicans -- ideological opponents so it's -- They they make a deal with the grassroots movement they say they're gonna represent conservatism they better do it there or they're gonna add that the target -- -- A -- I gotta -- what you're saying then is that Republicans in the house or the senate.
If they do a deal on compromise with the -- the White House -- the democratic colleagues.
You're saying you're going after them.
Yes absolutely -- there's no compromise is what the people once and I think people have shown over and over again and numerous polls.
That we have seen over the past year and a half.
76% of the people -- -- did not support the congressional agenda when it came to the health care proposal they would have rather -- their own plan as opposed to going with something that didn't even address.
The major problems with health care.
These are people who want.
Less spending these are people who want the government to get on up out of their bank accounts get out -- everything else and just do what they're supposed to do according to article one section eight of the constitution.
And if Republicans cannot hold to that.
They will not be an office they will still -- when -- just.
As well if John Boehner is the majority leader in the house let's say Mitch McConnell is the majority leader in the senate whether he's the majority leader.
You're gonna send your folks to the eighth district in Ohio in trying to unseat John Boehner.
And you're -- -- -- back to Kentucky trying to unseat Mitch McConnell is that it is that I guess for lack of Nevada where is that the threat.
-- you're issuing no yes.
00 yes that will happen you know back and back in New York 23 when we had the GOP an attempt to push a woman named eighties as the father upon us.
That the Tea Party movement went out there and sent a message to the GOP that was the shot across the bow and it doesn't matter in what stated is that it can happen in any state.
No one is safe the only thing that keeps you say definitively upload your pleasant you know what you're seeing as you don't believe in compromise.
Based on the now out of pocket and I don't -- -- -- new century right.
-- based upon less spending I don't believe in compromise on less than I don't believe in pork barrel politics I don't believe that we need to keep on spending.
And adding to the deficit and spending out Childrens in incomes from from the next generation I don't believe -- -- -- that no one -- in the grassroots movement does.
Well moderates would say well this -- you gotta compromise somewhere.
Because if you don't it's just going to be continued gridlock or gonna dig deeper hole.
-- we have to compromise we have -- -- Republicans have been compromising I think.
Almost -- too much and this healthcare thing there was no compromise you had the GOP issue for the patients bill of rights Paul Ryan was a big champion of this -- going right.
Absolutely fantastic not a single -- whether that was heard not a single -- -- that was included in the bill that was passed.
There has been no compromise the ball has not been able to -- hasn't been play.
And so for -- for it anyone to say that that Republicans haven't been willing to compromise I think that.
Sort of a false premise because they didn't find at the same time you have the majority of Americans.
Who they want less spending -- no compromise on my spending there's no compromise on restoring people's individual liberty in terms of health -- -- three days -- Rasmussen did a survey on the screen he wanted to know whether or not people think you've had a positive or negative impact on the politics of the country.
Meaning the Tea Party 44% say positive 37%.
Say negative -- last thank you.
We will speak.
After November 2 okay it'll be in --
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