Democrats sell Christmas gifts that say ‘I Hate Tea Parties’

The Democratic National Committee is selling Christmas gifts including an “I Hate Tea Parties” tumbler.

The Democrats tweeted Tuesday a list of overpriced items they’re asking an ethnically ambiguous Santa for, including a gift that expresses hate for fellow Americans.

To paraphrase Tiny Tim: “God bless us everyone except the people that we ‘Hate.’”

26 Comments - what are your thoughts?

  • 1commonjoe says:

    What do you expect from the democrat party? Their platform Booed God…. remember?

    1. I Seigel says:

      You must be thinking of the Republican platform, which laughed at “science” and demeaned women. And built an altar to the almighty dollar.

      1. 1commonjoe says:

        Proof please. Post Links.

        1. I Seigel says:

          Yes, links would be nice. Since you made a claim about the Dems platform, I decided to try to find proof of your claim. I looked up the platforms for 2008, 2010, 2012 and 2014, because you were so non-specific in your statement. I could find absolutely NO verification of your claim. So please provide a link to the phrase in the platform that you referred to.

          1. 1commonjoe says:

            It was the 2012 Democratic Platform. Go to 09/07/2012 ” Dem Denied God 3 Times” Also – on WND 09/07/2012 “Dems On Thin Ice”
            Then go to 09/06/2012 Dem Delegates, Leaders Struggle to Explain Floor Fight Over God ect…Platform Change”..

            Just to name a few.

            And still Waiting on Your Links.

          2. I Seigel says:

            I know WND and I know FoxNews. Now get real and quote the actual passages in the platform. Unlike you, I can find multiple examples right out of the Texas Republican platform.

          3. 1commonjoe says:

            If you know all about it then you would of known about the Democrat 2012 platform and what they did. If you were able to post links then you would of. “Enuff” said. Not Stupid.

          4. I Seigel says:

            I never accused you of being stupid. You’re smart enough to quote right-wing websites, which put their spin on whatever they’re writing about. You’re not quoting the actual document, or doing any hard research to look up actual facts. Your just quoting others’ opinions. I’m not stupid either.

          5. 1commonjoe says:

            The 2012 Democratic Platform of Booing God is a Fact. I even saw them do it on tv live, I happened to be watching. And they did try the voteing 3 times, befor they called it. So I am not surprized at anything they say or do.

          6. I Seigel says:

            I did a little more research on your claim. You have it wrong (of course), altho some of your statement is partially correct.

            There were SOME Democrats who booed when the question was raised at their convention about putting Israel and God into their platform in 2012. There was never anything actually written into the platform “booing God”, as you claimed. In other words, “booing God” is NOT an official position of the Democratic Party, which is what you claimed.

            There was – and is – a justifiable concern that bringing religion into politics and government blurs the line between separation of church and state, which is OF COURSE what the Founding Fathers were concerned about.

            Just as there were Republicans who were shouting and holding up signs about Obama, guns, abortion, etc – those were not part of the official Republican platform.

            So, once again, you’ve overstated, overgeneralized and assumed that everything you read or hear from right-wing news “sources” is true, and you don’t bother with your own investigating. We ALL – ALL OF US – need to question the news we get and the sources we choose.

          7. 1commonjoe says:

            typical democrat saying – “don’t believe your eyes and ears”…. Let me be clear, you like it, you can keep it.”. Good bye.

          8. I Seigel says:

            So what you’ve just said is, basically, “It’s better to be like a Republican and believe everything you see and hear.” Cool.

          9. 1commonjoe says:

            I trust my eyes and ears. Not the democrat lies.

          10. I Seigel says:

            Lies? What lies? I stated very specifically that the Democratic platform contains NO REFERENCE to “Booing God”. I will apologize to you from here to eternity if you can show me the portion of the Democratic platform – FROM ANY YEAR – in which the booing of God is stated. Remember, you said (and I quote) ” The 2012 Democratic Platform of Booing God is a Fact.” Otherwise, YOU stand corrected. Fair enough?

          11. 1commonjoe says:

            I Saw and Heard the Booing at the mention of God. When I was watching the 2012 Democrat Platform on TV. Here is a report….BTW YOU haven’t posted any links as of yet as to your accusations of the Republicans. Here is 1 more Link and you can look up more yourself. All your smoke and mirriors does not change what I and millions of Americans saw on TV in 2012. Link: Sept. 07,2012 ” On The Night Their Convention Booed God, Out-Of-Touch Democrats Think They Won The Election Because Of Clinton’s Speech!”

          12. I Seigel says:

            Let’s review a minute:

            YOU said that the Dems’ platform of Booing God is a fact. In other words, the platform contained some reference to booing God.

            I said that was able to find verification that SOME attendees at the convention booed when an attempt was made to add references to God and Israel to the platform statement.

            You said I was lying and that you believed your own ears and eyes.

            I do not dispute – i.e., I AGREED WITH YOU – that there was booing. That you saw and heard booing with your own eyes and ears.

            And yet you still maintain that the Dems’ platform – the official document stating their core beliefs – CONTAINS a reference to “booing God”.

            Now come on – do you still want to continue with this?

            By the way, the Texas Republican Party Platform – linked here – is rife with contradictions from what they say to what they actually do. You can find the actual document at this webpage:

          13. 1commonjoe says:

            Thanks for the link. I did not mean that You lied. I mean the democrat party has been and still does lie to the American people, to futher their agendas. Anyway, here is a new idea, what do you think of this question? Since Prince William and Kate have recently come here on Commerical airlines, don’t you think it would be a good idea for the Obamas to also fly commercial? Look where all that money could go and the good it could better do!

          14. I Seigel says:

            It’s an interesting idea, and if the Obamas weren’t the “ruling family”, it would be a fair expectation. Of course, the commercial flight would also have to make room for their Secret Service contingent, which they’re entitled to for life, per law.

            However, William and Kate are not the “ruling family” yet. They’re on a goodwill tour, but a vacation. When Prime Minister David Cameron and his wife just flew to Australia for the G20, they flew on a RAF jet. As all world leaders, he needs to be reachable by his government at a moment’s notice, so his transport is outfitted with special comms gear, security, room for press, etc. Same as Air Force One.

            If you’ll check the records, which I did earlier this year, I believe you’ll find that the Bushes, the Reagans and perhaps the Clintons took as many, if not more, flights on AF One during their times in office. I’m not sure what it is about the use of AF One by a Democratic president – or maybe it’s just Obama – that has the Right’s panties bunch up so tight. If you were to outfit all the gear, the “hardening”, the space needed, etc that AF One consists of on a commercial flight each time the President flew, you’d be spending far more money than to have a dedicated aircraft for that purpose. That’s kind of obvious. To obsess about AF One, therefore, doesn’t seem to be about economics or saving money. It seems to have a darker purpose, maybe one specifically targeted at this particular president?

            Yes, AF One is expensive to operate. Millions of dollars per flight, in fact. But a drop in the bucket what we lose out on everyday by a whole range of things the country spends money on. I could give you a long list, which of course would indicate my political leanings. You could put together your own list, which would most likely be very different from mine.

            How about this one, which is kind of a no-brainer: Use the Pentagon’s recommendations to close bases and discontinue unneeded or grossly over-budget weapons systems, both of which are perpetuated solely by politicians wanting their pork. That alone would save far more money than AF One costs to operate during the eight years of anybody’s presidency.

          15. 1commonjoe says:

            My political leanning is this: vote for the person who will do the best job in any office, Local on up. I believe we can find good statesmen for the people and the country in any political party. My big issue is when our elected officials start voteing/ not voteing according to the popular pac instead of being independant thinkers and doing what it right. Because I have always been raised that if someone jumps off the bridge that doesn’t mean you go ahead and do that too. And not ”every bright idea” is really ever that bright. I was taught to work smart, think for myself, and do no harm to others and be a contribuating citizen as much as I am possibly able to. So I lean toward picking out canidates who seem to me,to reflect good judgement. You may be surprized to know I have voted democrat in the past. I also was on Hillary’s team back when she ran for president the 1st time. At that time she seemed to have a good balanced understanding of the poor, and regular working people ( like me), and of course she knew the wealthy side. And I felt she was a Constitutional patriot. Now alot has happenned since then, I am also dissappointed in the dems for not vetting Obama and for going along with alot of foolish spending and basically determintal policies. Likewise I was particulary shocked George Bush also got away with negative crap. I know no one is perfect, but I don’t see where America has been benifited in the past 14 years anyways. Good old common sense seems to have flown out the window, along with morals and good ethics.

          16. I Seigel says:

            “Good old common sense seems to have flown out the window, along with morals and good ethics.”

            I think a major contributor to this problem is the lack of any reasonable kind of campaign finance laws. A great amount of money in politics is equal to a great lack of morals and ethics. Or so it would seem.

          17. 1commonjoe says:

            WOW! That was what I said when the dems were elected and they basically said ‘hey, We won, so it’s our way or the highway!” Harry Reid the Democrat Senate Majority Leader sat on hundereds of bills from the House and would not even bring them up for a discussion. That was wrong and Not in the peoples interest, just his agenda. So agree with you there.

          18. I Seigel says:

            And don’t forget that John Boehner did exactly the same thing in the House. In fact, when Boehner WANTED to find a way to compromise to accomplish small things – like keeping the government from shutting down – members of his own party prevented him from making a deal. Which was NOT in the best interests of the country, I think

          19. 1commonjoe says:

            It will be very interesting these next couple of years. It’s like 1 foot is already over the clift, so what will happen next….. sometimes compromise is wise, and sometimes right is right and wrong is wrong.

          20. I Seigel says:

            And world history – and current events – are full of examples of people and countries fighting for what they think is right. So maybe compromise is a better option.

            How much misery and death have been caused by people fighting for their version of “God, Queen and Country”?

          21. 1commonjoe says:

            With the way things are Linning up, I doubt there will be anything left to fight for anyways.

          22. I Seigel says:

            Aw, c’mon. For the next few weeks, anyway, try to think happy thoughts. There will be plenty of time for the gloom and doom when the new Congress gets going.

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