The mainstream media has mentioned that the Tea Party is dead and/or a non factor in politics today. Really? How about we ask Senator Lugar his thoughts... Oh that's right he was voted out and the Tea Party backed Mourdock won the primary. At what point do you think the main stream media will give the credit that the Tea Party obviously deserves? Okay, that's a dumb question, they never will and I'm okay with that, their ratings, subscriptions and being wrong election after election just proves they are the ones that are a non factor.
Breitbart's crew had a great take on the subject. They said:
"The Tea Party has spent the past several months methodically building, training, and developing its army without much flashy media attention. The lack of media coverage has led a few people to ask if the Tea Party is still alive. After his defeat at the hands of the Tea Party, soon-to-be former Senator Dick Lugar can tell you, the Tea Party is not only alive but they are also organized to fight, and win"...
..."The next big battle ground in which the Tea Party will exercise its more refined skills is the June 5 recall election in Wisconsin. Tea Party Patriots, the nation’s largest grassroots Tea Party umbrella group, already has advance teams laying the groundwork for a massive influx of reinforcements to support Tea Party principles in Wisconsin.""By next week, buses will begin bringing Tea Party Patriots volunteers from all across America to start canvassing Wisconsin and motivating the voters to support fiscal responsibility, constitutionally limited government, and free markets. It remains to be seen if the Ruling Class--i.e. the glad-handing, back-slapping, good ol' boys and girls in both parties and their complicit cohorts in the mainstream media--will be able to see past their own bigoted prejudices enough to pay attention."
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