Monday, January 11, 2010

Tea Party Explodes Into 2010

Early last year, the Tea Party movement was dismissed as a flash in the pan by both leading politicians and pundits. The movement, however, continued to gain momentum and is now entering 2010 with strength, amazing influence, and a growing following of supporters disaffected with both political parties. In fact, the tea party organization has become a to-be-reckoned-with force made up of a growing chorus of basically angry voters who are ready and anxious for a leader. “The tea party movement has the potential to drive public opinion and electoral support in ways that are hard to fully appreciate right now. The American people are angry at both parties, and the tea party movement fills an important void that neither party currently addresses,” said Democratic strategist and Fox News contributor Doug Schoen. According to Fox News, a 20-day, 42-city road trip that is scheduled to start in March – a cross-country caravan tour called the “Tea Party Express III.” Organizers are encouraging supporters to get in buses and join them at Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid’s hometown of Searchlight, Nev., on March more

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