Espresso Party USA

ESPRESSO PARTY MISSION STATEMENT: The Espresso Party Movement gives voice to Americans who are fed up to fcuking here with the bullsh*t in government.

We recognize that the federal government is the enemy of the people, not the expression of our collective will, and that we must all participate in the process of tearing the system down and kicking ass in November 2010 in order make room for building something fcuking useful to address the challenges that we face as Americans.

As voters and grassroots volunteers, we will support leaders who work toward positive solutions, and we will mercilessly hunt down and politically destroy those who obstruct them.

A Message From Our Founder


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    • Edger on March 26, 2010 at 22:06

    You’re either with us, or you’re history.

  1. Soon Beale is hosting a new program called The Howard Beale Show, top-billed as a “mad prophet.” Ultimately, the show becomes the highest rated program on television, and Beale finds new celebrity preaching his angry message in front of a live studio audience that, on cue, chants Beale’s signature catchphrase en masse: “We’re as mad as hell, and we’re not going to take this anymore.”


    Maybe now we should go back to reading Herbert Marcuse.

    • Edger on March 27, 2010 at 00:02

    in orange.

    Please rec. 😉

    • Robyn on March 27, 2010 at 02:25

    …some people can get mad and get people to listen…and some people can’t.

  2. I don’t think Bush could have gotten away with it, or McCain.

    It’s a grab into our wallets that would have infuriated that crowd had it been presented by Republicans.

    But since it’s a “Democratic” plan, described by “Democrats” as ground-breaking legislation then it’s something to cry about. “We finally did it! Hooray! We’ve covered 30 million uninsured Americans!” Well, no, actually 30 million Americans will now be forced to somehow come up with however many thousands of dollars it’ll take to buy off the insurance companies.

    The choice is which is worse? To pay a fine and not have health care coverage? Or pay the premiums (which will be a lot higher than the fine) and still not have health care coverage?

    Thank goodness for those tax credits, though! I think that’s how it will work if you qualify for subsidies. No actual discount, just a tax credit and of course, you’ll have to undergo humiliation while it’s being determined if you qualify for those credits.

    Amazing to see so many “Democrats” saying “those people” have to pay, otherwise the insurance companies would go broke.

  3. July through October should be very amusing for the Great Orange Satan, as a slowly dawning horror takes hold over the more intelligent Obamabots who have taken over the site that what they have is all they’re gonna get, and that it might not be so good to be so worshipping and holier than thou and that if they want more it might be a good idea to make nice, only it doesn’t work.

    And when Kos realizes he’s planted his banner aboard a very slowly sinking ship.


    • Edger on March 27, 2010 at 15:25

    Who added them?

  4. ….March 27, 1886, by Federal Police.

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