General Interest, State and Local

Is the Tea Party Movement Dying?


April’s Tax Day has come and gone without a major display by the Tea Party Movement.  Even Eric Erickson of Red State writes about the apparent decline of the Tea Party Movement.  What is really happening?  The Tea Party is changing in some significant ways.  Read how at RedStateVirginia.com  (Liv: some of these issues will become a great divide)

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4 thoughts on “Is the Tea Party Movement Dying?

  1. I know that our local tea party members are busy filling vital rolls such as precinct chairs, delegates and running for local offices. I don’t feel at this time that rallys are the most important function. We said we will make an impact and take back our towns, states and country Before it is to Late! That is what is happening in the Tea Party. We are Not Gone or Burned Out, Just working very hard!

    Posted by Sandra Clark | May 9, 2011, 7:05 pm
  2. Dieing? I think not, undergoing a schism well maybe. True that the Republicans represent members of the Tea Party more than others but just as not all Republicans belong to the Tea Party, not all Tea Party members are Republicans nor are they “wannabe” Republicans. I believe that one cannot be a card carrying member of ANY party and committed to Tea Party principles. Evidence the Boehner Continuing Resolution in which the Republicans deceived the voters and then tried to conceal the deceit.

    Posted by Nick | May 10, 2011, 12:35 pm
  3. The answer is YES, when members think that Sarah Palin is the best candidate to put forward you drive most members away.

    Posted by Concerned | May 11, 2011, 5:46 am

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