Originally posted by sheepslayer247
I really liked the Tea Party when they first got going. They wanted to reform tax laws and put freedoms back into the hands of the individual.
But after FoxNews and the GOP got hold of it, it became a convenient way for the GOP to give the illusion that they were reinventing themselves
without changing the ideology. The TP has been compromised and is no longer a valid alternative to the status quo.
I can't see how more TP people in congress is going to help. There are plenty of TP candidates that have already been elected and serve in office
today. They just fall right in line with the GOP. THey talk a good game, but them in power and they cow-tow to
So why should we be excited about the TP at all and why should we care what Sarah Palin says? She's a half-term quitter that decided it was best to
get on the GOP money train instead of fulfilling her obligation to the people that elected her.
The Tea Party has more power and influence in 2012.
Look what we did in Wisconsin. Gov. Scott Walker won his recall election.
That was a devastating loss for the liberals in Wisconsin. - Landslide Victory -
We will add more GOP members to the House and regain the majority in the
U.S. Senate. Get used to the term - minority leader Harry Reid-.
Of course, President Mitt Romney will be moving into the White House
January 20, 2013.
It is all very clear to me.