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  • In fact, as recent polling indicates, only 26%-30% of Americans - the Teapublican "base" - wants to repeal health care reform, while as many as 43% actually want to change it so that it does more than it does now!

    Rep. Connolly Blasts GOP Attempt to Bring Back "Pre-existing Conditions"

  • To the degree that no Teapublican candidate has the credibility or intellectual capacity to offer any cogent suggestions as to ameliorating the problems plaguing this country without betraying an actual, palpable stupidity speaks less to the problems they cite than to the shriekers themselves.

    Steven Weber: Tea Party in a Cuckoo's Nest

  • The Teapublican attempt to take our country backwards is reflected historically in the kinds of backlash that accompany massive socio-cultural change.

    Mark Olmsted: Horror in the Bronx: How They Could Have Done It

  • To the degree that no Teapublican candidate has the credibility or intellectual capacity to offer any cogent suggestions as to ameliorating the problems plaguing this country without betraying an actual, palpable stupidity speaks less to the problems they cite than to the shriekers themselves.

    Steven Weber: Tea Party in a Cuckoo's Nest

  • To the degree that no Teapublican candidate has the credibility or intellectual capacity to offer any cogent suggestions as to ameliorating the problems plaguing this country without betraying an actual, palpable stupidity speaks less to the problems they cite than to the shriekers themselves.

    Steven Weber: Tea Party in a Cuckoo's Nest

  • The only thing in Teapublican circles worse than politicians is former politicans, especially ones that have enough baggage to fill a decent-sized semi or two.

    Shan Wells: Buh-Bye Pizza Guy

  • The Teapublican attempt to take our country backwards is reflected historically in the kinds of backlash that accompany massive socio-cultural change.

    Mark Olmsted: Horror in the Bronx: How They Could Have Done It

  • The only thing in Teapublican circles worse than politicians is former politicans, especially ones that have enough baggage to fill a decent-sized semi or two.

    Shan Wells: Buh-Bye Pizza Guy

  • To the degree that no Teapublican candidate has the credibility or intellectual capacity to offer any cogent suggestions as to ameliorating the problems plaguing this country without betraying an actual, palpable stupidity speaks less to the problems they cite than to the shriekers themselves.

    Steven Weber: Tea Party in a Cuckoo's Nest

  • Unfortunately, the economy he saved from a second Depression couldn't recover far and fast enough to spare us from the most recent zag of the Teapublican sweep of the midterms.

    Mark Olmsted: Taking Comfort in the Zig-Zagging of American History

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  • First seen (by me, anyway) in the following article: Tea Partiers aim to remake local GOP | Cincinnati.Com: (as "Tea-publicans," with a dash.)

    "Republican leaders in some parts of the country are more than a little distressed over the possibility of a "Tea-publicans" taking over the party structure, but, in Hamilton County, chairman Alex Triantafilou has been encouraging them to run - although he said he hopes they focus on running for slots that are not already filled."

    February 1, 2010