posted on Jul, 10 2010 @ 01:44 AM
Don’t double check this is Misoir creating a favorable thread about the Tea Party Movement, I’m sure your jaw just dropped to the floor. Moving
What we hear now about the Tea Party Movement is that they are just Conservatives or Libertarians, mostly Republicans or Independent Republicans, and
while demographically this is true it was not the original intention of the Tea Party Movement. The movement was started by 2008 US Presidential
candidate Dr. Ron Paul (R-TX), he is a libertarian conservative, a torchbearer of the ‘Old Right’, alongside Pat Buchanan.
The Tea Party were his followers, his backers as he was kept out by the msm from their fear of him exposing the truth. They were grassroots political
activists spanning the political spectrum while agreeing on one key principle, Liberty. His Campaign was for Liberty, that is why it was called the
‘Campaign for Liberty’.
A Tea Partier is a person who has several key beliefs; 1. Liberty, 2. Justice, 3. Peace, 4. Freedom, 5. Privacy, 6. Transparency, 7. Accountability,
8. Reform, 9. Smart government, 10. Patriotism.
I officially declare myself a Tea Partier! I am neither conservative, libertarian, authoritarian, centrist or liberal. I have my own blend, while
statistically leaning toward libertarian with liberal viewpoints I prefer to agree with the views of the founding fathers applied to leftism in our
So, are you a Tea Partier? A person who agrees with them 10 key beliefs? Put aside what the majority of them may actually be, put aside who is their
de facto leader, put aside some of the crazy people they may support for Congress. And just look at what it truly means to be a Tea Partier.