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The Tea Party will support whoever wins the GOP presidential nomination - - even if that person is former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney. That's the affirmative word from Tea Party Express chair Amy Kremer. Kremer told Fox News on Saturday, "whoever the Republican nominee is will have to have the support of the Tea Party movement, the entire Tea Party movement." Read more: politics.blogs.foxnews.com...
Originally posted by Lemon.Fresh
Reply to post by watchitburn
Com the article:
"The entire Tea Party."
Umm … no.
The entire Tea Party will not endorse GOP.
Only the sellouts will.
Originally posted by watchitburn
reply to post by beezzer
Yup, Beezzer you are right. In fact they said that exactly. That their only real goal was to ensure Obama did not get re-elected.
While I agree that he should not be re-elected, I think their main concern should be trying to get our rights back, and limiting the powers of this bloated, ineffectual, tyrannical govt.
But that is never going to happen, so I am hoping for strategic meteor strikes.
Probably better odds than the Govt. fixing it's self.
Originally posted by TheWalkingFox
reply to post by Vitchilo
Well, it was never independent of the GOP in the first place. Let's start with Ron Paul. Why has he not divorced from the republican Party by now, if he is so removed from it?
Neither "thinking" nor "adult" are adjectives that are well-applied to the tea party movement - whatever you want to claim it actually is. In all its incarnations, it's pretty juvenile and involves about as much independent thought as a summer camp sing-along.
Originally posted by mishigas
What a juvenile thing to say. Seriously. And "independent thought"? Where'd you get that from? Which PACs promote that? Name ONE.
Go peddle your liberal talking poinst somewhere else, like a high school lawn. Thats about the level of your thinking. The TPM helped kick many of you out of office in 2010 and will finish the job next year.