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The GOP Establishment Should Think Twice Before Trying to Undermine the Tea Party

3129 Wrote: Feb 27, 2013 6:16 PM
It is interesting how the Tea Party fiscal conservatives are also Libertarian regarding social policy. If they start taking an active role in the Republican party, they will probably be able to take over. Us Tea Party Democrats no longer believe in "my party right or wrong". Viva la revolucion.
Earl29 Wrote: Feb 28, 2013 1:10 AM
Actually, Tea Party members seem to have no particular position on social policy. Their intense concern for fiscal responsibility and Constitutional government take up most of their effort.

Even though it changed the terms of the political debate, thus giving them a majority in the 2010 elections, many in the Republican establishment deeply resent the Tea Party. They don’t like being monitored by taxpayer-friendly groups that will expose them when they side with special interests (as they have in recent months on Export-Import Bank subsides and housing handouts).

And they really hate the idea of being held accountable at the polls when they side with the corrupt...