Tea Party Tim Trashes US President Obama – Snubs Bruins White House Celebrations – January 25, 2012

Tea Party Tim Trashes US President Obama – Snubs Bruins White House Celebrations – January 25, 2012

CFN – We owe Tea Party Tim Thomas a debt of gratitude.   It’s a slow week in the NHL.  No major news out there as the All Star break approaches.  Nobody really cares about the All Star game so Mr. Thomas deciding to be a totally classless human being is making the news far and wide in sports columns.

 I have a friend that works for the US government and we once chatted how he had been on “Bush Duty”  ie; he was assigned to protect the President of the United States of America; a role that would require him to step in Harms Way if the President attacked.

I asked him how he personally resolved it as he certainly wasn’t a Bush supporter and he said:

It’s the office of the President you Dumb Ass!

Yes, Mr. Thomas is a free man; chiefly because his country has a President and is a Democracy.    Mr. Thomas was not PERSONALLY invited to the White House.

His TEAM of which he’s simply one player as great as he is a goalie was invited to be honoured.     Instead of being a TEAM PLAYER he stole the spotlight from his team mates and made it a platform to espouse his personal political position.

This is wrong on so many levels.   The Bruins, in  the thick of a race to win Lord Stanley’s Cup again so they are trying to not have this impact their team.

What do you think of Mr. Thomas’ play Hockey fans?  You can post your comments below.

Best Western Cornwall

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Eric
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Tim “Brigette DePape” Thomas! Although it does not look like he set up a paypal account for donations as of yet. LOL

Darcy Neal
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As a fellow libertarian, Mr. Tim Thomas has declared a priceless statement; “I believe the Federal government has grown out of control, threatening the Rights, Liberties, and Property of the People. This is being done at the Executive, Legislative, and Judicial level. This is in direct opposition to the Constitution and the Founding Fathers vision for the Federal government. Because I believe this, today I exercised my right as a Free Citizen, and did not visit the White House. This was not about politics or party, as in my opinion both parties are responsible for the situation we are in… Read more »
Iris Mclean
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That’s funny. I have no interest in sports, but I ever landed the job of Dubya’s body guard (not too likely) he’d be in big trouble. I’d be practicing how to step sharply to one side. 🙂

Iris Mclean
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No editing here? I left out an “if”.

Destructo
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The only problem I see here is that we are talking about it…if some loser gets invited to some sort of thing as a part of some sort of group, but decides not to go…..so what? Let him stay home and wax poetic about protecting his property, excersing his rights and so forth….Pffffft…..just because he is an athlete or something, I’m supposed to care what he thinks? Screw him, and his ego….

jmguindon
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Au contraire Jamie, libertarians also believe that no one politician has all the answers. That’s why we want to take power away from the State and give it to individuals (because the answers won’t be the same for everyone). I don’t understand why you think Thomas declining the offer is classless. I also don’t think he wanted to upstage his teammates. It’s the media that made a huge deal out of it. All he did was comment about it on facebook. His statement was honest and respectful. He didn’t bash the President or the Dems as a Party. I see… Read more »
Destructo
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Dear Admin, the issue for me is that there is no issue…if he slighted his team, let them deal with it. I don’t care about hockey players and what they think…..

Ed
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I thought Tea Party Tim was the jerk who just blew the last provincial election.

Reg Coffey
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Ouch, a good one Ed!

Can you imagine if Tiny Timmy had gotten in then we would have a double dose of con-cons. Harper would be reducing OAS, Hudak would cut OHIP, I’m sure EI would be next, and on and on until we would be no better off as a society some of the third world nations or even worse, some of the Southern States.

Ed
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Yes Reg. I think Ontario’s Tea Party Tim is toast. Even the con-cons can’t stand a smug smirking jerk as a leader. He’ll be swept aside at their upcoming leadership review.

Eric
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An issue with the Ontario Conservative party changing leaders after every election, is name recognition by the voters for the next election. So many people, voters and non voters, get their news from headlines and it takes longer for people to get onside. Ed speaking of smug smirking jerk’s, didn’t Dalton McGuinty tell people something like ” if they don’t like it, they can write letters to the editor”?

Eric
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Reg Coffey, as a business man, how long could you operate by running such a debt and deficit as we are seeing now? OHIP is using about 47 cents from every dollar going to Ontario and NEEDS to be looked at SOON.

Ed
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Eric, every non-Conservative in the province is hoping that Hudak remains leader for the next fifty years.

Reg Coffey
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Eric, I don’t believe that the government should be run like a business with the intent to make a profit for the party in power. It should be run like a non-profit, dispensing services for it’s shareholders. Politicians and civil servants are employees paid to work for the tax payers. If they won’t provide the services needed by the public then they don’t deserve to be in power.

Eric
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I don’t want the government to be run a like a business for profit. I would like a return to taking care of core services not satisfying everyones wants. A million for foreign students who already can already afford to study here will not help our own kids. That million is an example of money being taken out of health care or education. Why do seniors still have to pay education tax on their property tax bill? The short anawer is to feed a system that just gets money thrown at a problem. Mr McGuinty just threw money at the… Read more »
Reg Coffey
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Just a note to point out that what I predicted in a previous comment is already happening. An article in the Toronto Star points out that EI is already under attack by the Con-cons.

http://www.thestar.com/opinion/article/1122864–canada-chops-employment-insurance-staff-leaving-jobless-in-the-lurch?bn=1

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