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ENG - The Tea Party movement is a populist, conservative/libertarian, grassroots, political movement in the United States that emerged in 2009 through a series of locally and nationally coordinated protests. The protests were partially in response to several Federal laws: the Emergency Economic Stabilization Act of 2008, the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009, and a series of healthcare reform bills. The name "Tea Party" echoes the Boston Tea Party, a 1773 incident when colonists destroyed British tea rather than paying what they considered a tax that violated their right to "No Taxation without Representation." As of 2010, it is not a national political party, does not officially run Congressional candidates, and its name has not appeared on any ballots. According to ...
for31against   I clearly support it. Tea Party is quite good party. For instance, because it ... (if I wanted to write why it is good, I wrote it here), positive
for3against   john boehner is a joke and should be fired asap!, lapoker222
for2against   It's a dangerous political movement based on demagogy and populism., Galileo
for1against   The people before the profit!!!, Galileo
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Tea Party Legislators Rival Obama as Preferred Policy Leader


PRINCETON, NJ -- Americans are as likely to want Tea Party-backed Republican members of Congress to have the most influence over federal policies in the coming year as they are to prefer President Barack Obama. The Democratic leaders in Congress rank last in this regard, behind the Republican leaders. The 27% of Americans preferring Tea Party Republicans on this measure roughly matches the percentage telling Gallup throughout 2010 that they are supporters of the Tea Party movement -- 26% in a recent pre-election survey. Looking more broadly at the partisan balance of the results, ...


Tea Party Movement: The Wave Of The Future


Tea Party Patriots is launching a Perpetual Legislative Watch/Congressional Accountability Project. We have already been watching the legislators for the past 20 months. We have no intention of letting up now. On the weekend of November 12 – 14, local coordinators from around the country will meet with the incoming Congressional freshmen for an orientation. We will have legislative experts who will guide the freshmen on how to first defund and ultimately repeal government controlled health care. We will have economic experts to help them understand the things they will ...


Tea party hopes to plant Va. roots for 2011 elections


WASHINGTON — Tea party activists are working to solidify their movement by focusing on state and local races they think will show they are not a one-time uprising tied to this year's congressional contest. A major focus will be Virginia. Tea party groups are launching a political action committee to recruit, train and fund candidates, and help them drive a legislative agenda during January's General Assembly session. The groups see the state's legislative contests as an opportunity to build a network of officials who someday rise through the ranks and compete for statewide ...


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Video: CBS Sports Rejects Tot Reciting the Pledge of Allegiance ad as Too Political
(BizPacReview) – CBS Sports has announced it won’t air a controversial 30-second commercial because it took on a “political nature” for featuring a young girl reciting the Pledge of Allegiance. Washington state real estate broker Dave Retter, of the Horse Heaven Round-Up, created the ad to run during CBS’s broadcast of the Wrangler Champions Challenge rodeo, Tri-City Herald reported. In ... The post Video: CBS Sports Rejects Tot Reciting the Pledge of Allegiance ad as Too Political appeared first on Tea Party.
Polls Show America has Soured on President Obama
(TPNN) – Whether they like it or not, the 2014 midterm elections are going to serve as a referendum on the presidency of Barack Obama. Sure, Democrat hopefuls like to pretend otherwise, but nearly universally in recent decades, the rule stands: the sixth year of a presidency means that the agenda for that president’s party ... The post Polls Show America has Soured on President Obama appeared first on Tea Party.
Islamic Leaders: Don’t Increase Terror Threat Level, it Will Victimize Muslims!
(BizPacReview) – Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott raised his nation’s terror threat level from medium to high Friday, and Australia’s Muslims aren’t happy about it. The heightened level puts Australia’s 500,000 Muslims — about 2 percent of the population — at risk of “increased prejudice” and greater “Islamaphobia,” the Australian Federation of Islamic Councils says, according to the Sydney Morning Herald. ... The post Islamic Leaders: Don’t Increase Terror Threat Level, it Will Victimize Muslims! appeared first on Tea Party.
Video Explains Why the Democrats Will Lose the Senate in November
(Yahoo) – Republicans are likely to win control of the Senate in November’s midterm elections, according to projections by the statistical prognosticators at FiveThirtyEight. “We’re currently projecting that Republicans have a better chance than Democrats to control the Senate, but it’s still up for grabs,” FiveThirtyEight political analyst Harry Enten said. “The current number that ... The post Video Explains Why the Democrats Will Lose the Senate in November appeared first on Tea Party.



 
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