No One Can Really Tell The Truth Like John Walsh
“Beat the snot out of the Tea Party!” That’s the Republican establishment threat made Monday afternoon (10-28-13) directed at the Party!
Why just the snot? Hey! Why don’t you go whole hog and threaten to beat the shit out of them, too?
Check out The Tea Party’s on-the-record response below!
We say: “A Plague on Both Your Houses” — JWALSHCONFIDENTIAL.WORDPRESS.COM
From: “Todd Cefaratti” <email@example.com>
Date: October 28, 2013, 1:01:26 PM PDT
To: John <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Beat the snot out of the Tea Party
The Republican establishment has just formed a new Super PAC designed to “beat the snot” out of the Tea Party.
And they have already pledged $8 million dollars to do it. Help us counter them.
And they have the war chest to do it.
That’s right — mainstream Republican traitors are coming out of the wood work and they say they’re ready to be, “very aggressive and… get in their faces.”
That means they are going to get in YOUR FACE.
Where was this fight when Barack Obama and Harry Reid were bankrupting our nation with another debt ceiling? Where was this fight when liberal Republicans caved to fully fund Obamacare?
Establishment Republicans – led by a former liberal GOP congressman – are targeting the Tea Party and we must fight back.
If they want a fight…we will give them one. We here at the Tea Party Leadership Fund are not backing down.
That’s why I’m asking you to donate $5 dollars towards the “Primaries for Traitors Fund.”
Our America is under attack from all sides. Donate $5 to defend lady liberty.
P.S. They want a fight. We will give them one. I need you to make your most generous donation of $5 or more to support our grassroots efforts to elect true conservatives to replace the RINOs.
ABOUT THE TEA PARTY LEADERSHIP FUND
putting your nationwide support into local action.
Paid for by The Tea Party Leadership Fund PAC.
Not authorized by any candidate or candidate’s committee. Contributions from foreign nationals or entities are prohibited. Contributions are not tax deductible for federal income tax purposes.