RWNJ and Unindicted co-conspirator Ralph Reed is back

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Ralph Reed former head of the right wing Christian Coalition, which continually violated federal election and tax laws during his leadership, is back with a new organization trying to link the religious right and the Republican party. The group called “Faith and Freedom Coalition” is holding a conference this weekend in Washington DC. This shows once again that religious right criminals never have to pay for their crimes.

Ralph Reed’s job was simple: Get the grassroots stirred up and shaken so they would get active and oppose whatever it was his firm, Century Strategies, was paid to oppose. His partner, Tim Phillips, now director of Freedomworks, worked alongside Reed, but the strategies and interaction with Abramoff was strictly between Reed, Abramoff and Scanlon.

Ralph Reed should have gone to jail along with his buddy Jack, and by all rights ought to be slinging pizza in the outer reaches of south Georgia right about now. Instead, he’s taken a run at the Lieutenant Governor spot in Georgia and runs Century Strategies, and now the Faith and Freedom Coalition as well. He is not repentant. He makes no apologies for what he did. Also? He made millions.

Ralph Reed: High Holy Rolling Cable Astroturfer?

I just threw up in my mouth a little… ugh!

These cheap labor conservatives, religious right, and tea party people are all interconnected in some way and their agenda has nothing to do their stated religious beliefs because if it did there wouldn’t be so much money being laundered to steal our democracy, attack women, or hurt poor people.

Don’t believe me? Read the Bible.


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4 thoughts on “RWNJ and Unindicted co-conspirator Ralph Reed is back

  1. Neil C. Reinhardt

    TRY GETTING YOUR HEAD OUT OF YOR ASS!

    THE TEA PARTY, CHILD, HAS MANY CONSERATIVE ATHEISTS AS SUPPORTERS AND I KNOW THEY DO AS I AM ONE OF THEM.

    AND FYI CHILD, FEW ATHEISTS HAVE BEEN ATHEIST ACTIVISTS FOR AS LONG AS I HAVE (OVER 50 YEARS)

    SUPPRORTED AS MANY ATHIEST GROUPS AS I HAVE OR ARE MEMBERS OF FOUR OF THEM NOW AS I AM,

    NOR HAVE MOST ATHEIST ACTIVISTS DONE AS MUCH TO GAIN THE COMPLETE SEPERATION OF CHURCH AND STATE AS I HAVE.

    SO TRY GITTING A CLUE

    LAST, IF YOURE LIKE MOST ANTI-TEA PARTY RETARDS, YOU’VE NOT EVEN TAKEN THE TIME TO FIND OUT WHAT THEIR THREE BASIC TENETS ARE.

    NEIL C. REINHARDT

    religionsucks@webtv.net

    1. cadfile Post author

      Thanks for the comments and name calling.

      If you had read my post more than once you will have noted my last paragraph:

      "These cheap labor conservatives, religious right, and tea party people are all interconnected in some way and their agenda has nothing to do their stated religious beliefs because if it did there wouldn't be so much money being laundered to steal our democracy, attack women, or hurt poor people."

      My intent wasn't to label all Tea Party people as religious nut jobs but I'll give you the benefit of the doubt that I wasn't clear enough – so I will update the paragraph as follows:

      "These groups (like the cheap labor conservatives, religious right, and tea party people) are all interconnected in some way and their agenda has nothing to do their stated religious beliefs because if it did there wouldn't be so much money being laundered to steal our democracy, attack women, or hurt poor people."

      Is that better?

      All I know, whether you work for a church and/or the Koch Brothers, the Tea Party is supporting the cheap labor conservatives and religious right nut jobs who steal our democracy, attack women, and hurt poor people.

      What do you have? Medicare, Tricare, VA, or Social Security? Just usually the ones who complain the most about the government have government healthcare.

      You mentioned the 3 tenets of the Tea Party and I was wondering about that?

      Did you protest extending the Bush tax cuts since that added $800 billion to the deficit – I mean you do support Fiscal Responsibility right? So how responsible is it to give tax cuts to the rich? Did you also call for the bankers who tanked the economy in 2008 to be tried and put in jail. I mean they cost us at least 700 billion not to mention the hit pension plans took.

      Do you think it is okay for terrorists to use the gun show loophole to buy guns to hurt us? I mean you support Constitutionally Limited Government right? So you think its okay for the Koch Brothers to pollute your drinking water or steal your drinking water and force you buy it back from them? I assuming that you think African-Americans are only worth 3/5ths of a person since that's what the Constitution said.

      I know, the Tea Party just doesn't like any government they don't like – no real principles on that. When was the Tea Party protest of the extension of the Patriot Act? That's what I thought.

      Free Markets just don't exist. All markets, even so-called free markets, have some kind of rules or constraints. If you want to support the bankers and others who tanked the economy in 2008 under their "Free Market" then more power to you.

      If Free Markets were so great then why don't we see it elsewhere – because it is like a unicorn – it only exists in the mind as a fantasy.

      If my assumption is correct and you have some form of government benefits or know someone who does – you are supporting people who want to take that away and force you to pay for it again to their insurance buddies at a profit. How's that for a free market.

      Again I'm sorry you thought I was saying all Tea Party people were religious right nut jobs. Thanks for the visit.

      My recent post Church and State Links June 5- 2011

  2. sbj1964

    Republican conservative are always Bullshitting people with terms like free markets,but they don't tell they're mindless twits free markets means your jobs go over sea's. Yet when it comes to the banks the hell with free markets we need to shore up these guys who line our filthy GOP pockets !

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