posted on May, 24 2013 @ 11:13 PM
reply to post by muse7
I really dislike the tea party. They were founded as an almost libertarian conservative party, which I had no real beef with, but were quickly
hijacked, partly due to their popularity. Yeah, saying that those in the OP are representative of the party is indeed a generalization.
However, I think you, and most on this forum, would probably find enjoyment and fulfillment in reading about something called controlled opposition.
The best form of intelligence gathering is counter intelligence, that is to say the controlled release of information to suss out the true
information. The best form of control is something called controlled opposition. That is to say the control of a phony opposition to suss out the
The tea party, from my perspective, based on the actions of their leadership at least, is very much so a controlled opposition group. Some people are
suckers and follow them, much like the democrat and the republican parties, but most know when push comes to shove, the party isn't really on your
(the individual's) side.
Ask yourself if you honestly feel that the party you voted for is on your side, or are you on the party's side? There's a big and fundamental
edit on 24-5-2013 by Galvatron because: Spelling and extra sentence