Tea Party Nation Calls On Business To Pledge: Hire No One Until Obama Gone


Dumb. Caught up in their own rhetoric, the Tea Party Nation is asking businesses to pledge that they will hire no one until after 2012.

After outlining the global socialist progressive conspiracy that Obama, the Democrats, and the OCCUPY folks are involved in they then ask business to take the following pledge:

“I, an American small business owner, part of the class that produces the vast majority of real, wealth producing jobs in this country, hereby resolve that I will not hire a single person until this war against business and my country is stopped.”

Seems that big business must have already taken this pledge some time ago. No need to ask now that they take the pledge. However, small businesses are different as they have indeed been the overwhelming force behind the jobs created over the last several years.

As for the Tea Party Nation rant and pledge-of-the-week you can read it for yourself. It is called

Call For A Strike of American Small Businesses Against The Movement for Global Socialism

Have saved a PDF copy should they realize how stupid this is and take it down.

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5 responses to “Tea Party Nation Calls On Business To Pledge: Hire No One Until Obama Gone

  1. George S. Harris

    They would rather take this nation down than have President Obama get reelected. I wonder if the average out-of-work Tea Party supporter will feel good about this. Will they swallow this poison pill??? I fear many may do so.

    • What? Out of work TPers? Well, they must be part of the “lazy people who live off the system” those whacked up weirdos are always going on about. They apparently hate themselves and think their families should starve..

  2. People with a bit of wealth don’t want America to fail for very pragmatic reasons. Their wealth tends to be in equities that would be worthless if America failed. They are happy to pay taxes but uncomfortable with how our Government spends their money.

    When I look around Prince William County, I realize that the groups actually helping people, feeding people, housing people are private groups (ACTS, SERVE, SEAS, local Churches, Synagogues, and the Mosque). I prefer to give “my money” directly to community organizations such as these rather than have the Government take it to fund wars, give away overseas, or finance junkets and
    Government excesses (and yes, I do “walk the walk”). I think people are forgetting the simple fact that they don’t have to just complain about the hungry, the homeless, the unlucky while waiting for the Government to do something, they can get involved and feed the hungry and find shelter for the homeless.

    It’s simple math… The more you have, the more vested you are in America’s success. Helping those who need a job or a little help contributes to America’s success. I don’t know who those Tea Party folks claimed to represent; however, they certainly don’t represent folks like me. Anyone who advocates or contributes to America’s failure is my enemy.

    • peter mccauley

      Yours is a fairly common view — that we are happier making our own choices about where and how much to help. Probably feel better that way. But I feel that such randomized help often misses those most in need — so I prefer to “give” systematically through our society (for which the government is the operative espression), and to vote against those who misuse (in my judgment) the money.

  3. George S. Harris

    It is interesting to note that groups like ACTS and SERVE (I don’t know what SEAS is) turn to the government for assistance. Yes we support them with our own private dollars but we also support them with taxes we pay to the local government. Stop damning the government and find ways to make it better and more efficient. I do agree that anyone who advocates for or contibutes to the failure of this nation is my enemy–”I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and DOMESTIC.” The Tea Party is one of my domestic enemies.

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