Is it really a surprise that most extreme Christian Fundamentalists, are also staunch Tea Party Republicans?

They believe the biggest garbage around.

Update:

http://praisehouston.com/4289789/kansas-school-boa...

http://www.startribune.com/nation/181033581.html

http://mises.org/freemarket_detail.aspx?control=48...

I may be wrong about the republican part, however, "Conservative" candidates show no indication of that record.

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  • 8 years ago
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    No surprise at all. A film maker named Taki Oldham infiltrated some of the tea party's key events , including the 2009 -Defending The American Dream summit, convened by a group called Americans For Prosperity. The Koch brother gave the money that founded the tea party. The film shows David Koch addressing the summit opposing Obama's health care reforms. Suddenly the tea party conservatives are attending republican events opposing Obama care. They are on Twitter and Facebook opposing Obama's health care reforms. The koch brothers have set up dozen of tea party events all over the red states where David Koch promotes his politics to the tea party. He also pays John Boehner, the tea party appointee very well. Why because the Koch brother want their oil, coal, logging and chemical companies deregulated and they want to keep their tax breaks on the 100 billion a year income since they own 84% of their company that is a nice paycheck. They don't want to pay tens of millions in fines and settlements for spills and industrial accidents. Talk about greedy and heartless that is the Koch brothers.

    Source(s): Astro Turf Wars by Taki Oldham The tea party movement; deluded and inspired by billionaires www.monbiot.com
  • Anonymous
    8 years ago

    I am a pretty extreme fundamentalist

    and a register independent

    tea party garbage

    like freedom. fiscal responsibility and paying your own way

  • 8 years ago

    No, I'm not surprised at all. There's a belief that if you'll believe one fantastical thing, you'll believe any fantastical thing.

  • 8 years ago

    Not really, lower taxes, smaller government, and less government interference in our lives is a really radical ideology.

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  • 8 years ago

    It would be a surprise if they weren't.

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