The Tea Party is alive and well-wait and see

The Tea Party is alive and well-wait and see

Washington : DC : USA | Apr 15, 2012 at 8:56 PM PDT
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Tea Party Started in 2007 by Ron Paul

The Obama administration, the Democrats and the liberal GOP all paint this picture that the Tea Party is dead. Contrary to alleged authorities on the Tea Party like Harvard professor Theda Skocpol, the Tea Party movement didn’t start in 2009 it started on this day, Tax Day in 2007 with Founder Ron Paul (see video) and the Libertarian Party as they marched on Washington D.C!

Skocpol was also wrong in claiming the movement is declining and Elizabeth Price Foley is equally wrong by stating that the Tea Party is the new Republican base. The fact of the matter is the Republicans saw the power of the Tea Party in 2008 and decided to move to hijack it to further their cause. True Tea Party people know the GOP for what it is the second largest contributor to big government.

People claiming to be Tea Party supporters like U.S. senator Marco Rubio and Mike Lee and then support Mitt Romney missed the whole point because they’re supporting a big government candidate.

Critics continually ask “Who is the Tea Party supporting for President?” There’s no answer. Why? Because the liberal media will do all they can to destroy him since they’re behind Obama. The true Tea Party is a grassroots underground movement, with some of the same tenets as the Occupy Wall Street group.

The 2nd Great Depression, going on five years now, destroyed the American Dream, bankrupted millions, eliminated the middle class and has changed Americans outlook on government. Citizens are more concerned, involved and knowledgeable than they have in maybe 200 years.

Apathy has been replaced by the Tea Party and the Occupy movements. America is still waiting for Obama and his Administration to fulfill its pledge to arrest those that stole America’s finances.

It’s true that President Obama and the liberal left are cocky as they see this re-election as a shoo-in against a rich Mitt Romney. But the Tea Party has had many surprise upsets in many recent elections across the country.

Letter to the President

Mr. President, you may be turning this country into a socialist republic but remember this- “The American people are watching your every move, your stooge and your little dog too.” We will remember all the pain that your administration fostered on us on Election Day.

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Ron Paul Founder of the Tea Party
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