Although in this district take heart, we have a Candidate in the American Labor Party/ Independent Socialist Party named Vitov Valdes Munoz. Who is the only progressive on the ballot. So we Leftist Liberals have someone to Vote for.
Of course Tea Baggers say only Capitalism will save us. And BP is doing such a splendid job of saving us, that I have a friend in Florida who really appreciate what BP has done for her economy.
She is a cook, and she says no one is going to Florida for a vacation. The Oil Glots are already there and the Florida economy in her area is going into collapse.
When I figure that we have always hosted sweatshops and labor with multitudes of human rights abuses, one could be sure people didn’t wake up one mourning and say, just for the fun of it, lets start Unions. Capitalism works, and sometimes it works on people, animals, and the environment inhumanely. What a savior.
We are also Coffee Party Advocates. Rather than Conservative Reactionary Politics, The National Coffee Party is a Coalition of people who encourage deliberation guided by reason amongst the many viewpoints held by our members. We see our diversity as a strength, not a weakness, because we believe that faithful deliberation from multiple vantage points is the best way to achieve the common good. It is in the responsible and reasonable practice of deliberation that we hope to contribute to society.
I have re-founded the American Labor Party/Independent Socialist Party to run candidates and promote a greater democracy.
The Tea Party suggested that the Second Amendent allows us to bear arms against the Federal Government. Sounds like sedition too me. On March 20, 2010, before the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Bill was voted on in Washington D.C., it was reported that Tea Party protesters against the bill used racial and homophobic slurs. Several black lawmakers said that demonstrators shouted “the N-word” at them. Congressman Emanuel Cleaver said he was spat upon, and Congressman Barney Frank, who is gay, was called a “faggot.” Representative André Carson said that as he walked from the Cannon House Office Building with Representative John Lewis, amid chants of “Kill the bill” he heard the “n – word at least 15 times”. One man “just rattled it off several times.” Carson quoted Lewis as saying, “You know, this reminds me of a different time.”
I do not believe that the majority of the Tea Party activist are racist but if you go to one of their rallies a good portion of them are. Look up a group called Brave New Films. They have a section on the Tea Party rallies and racism.
The ALP/ISO and Coffee Clutch is concerned with many progressive issues. The Coffee Party and ALP/ISO have the same message in Coalition.
They are a political movement that developed as an alternative to the Tea Party movement. Its mission states that it is based on the underlying principle that the government is “not the enemy of the people, but the expression of our collective will, and that we must participate in the democratic process in order to address the challenges we face as Americans. Its stated goals include getting cooperation in government and removing corporate influence from politics.