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I am the Tea Party Leader February 24, 2010

Posted by Beth in Uncategorized.
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The Tea Party movement has been called “astroturf” by its enemies in attempts to belie its genuine grassroots origin. Proponents of Big Government are threatened by us little guys rallying across the country in droves, protesting government intrusions into out private lives–especially since Scott Brown’s victory in Massachusetts.

According to BigGovernment.com, former-Presidnet Clinton and James Carville, a political commentator and Clinton’s presidential campaign strategist,  plan

“to identify 7-8 national figures active in the tea party movement and engage in deep opposition research on them. If possible, they will identify one or two they can perhaps ‘turn’, either with money or threats, to create a mole in the movement. The others will be subjected to a full-on smear campaign.”

Wish them luck. I wonder who they will find?

In the spirit of Sparticus, the Tea Party Patriots have decided to help Clinton and Carville in their search.

Tea, any one? One lump or two?

(HT TIA Daily)

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Comments»

1. Lynne - February 25, 2010

I love it.

Maybe you can send it to flag@whitehouse.gov. Oh, I’m sorry, that was a different campaign to shut up people who disagreed with the current administration.

2. Rinat - February 26, 2010

Beth, this is great!!! Love it.

3. sue - February 28, 2010

Oh Beth! You’re done for!

4. Charlotte - March 5, 2010

absolutely awesome! I love the visual aids and symbolic props! you go girl. Also great to hear Eva perform.


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