Thread: U.S. Issues The 15 Beliefs of the Tea Party
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Old 02-25-2014, 10:59 AM   #101
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Originally Posted by alnorth View Post
The OP is a bit misguided. The tea party does not exist as a unified, coherant, seperate entity. At the beginning it briefly looked like it might be an interesting libertarian movement, but it has since been highjacked by ultra-conservatives who seized the label, re-branded themselves with it, and shouted "tea party" until everyone basically gave up and let them have it.
Can't disagree with this. But don't forget that Conservatives, some who are "ultra" do have some libertarian leanings such as in economics, taxes etc.
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