What do you like, or dislike, about the Tea Party?

Just wanting to see what people say about the Tea Party.... Personally, I think it's a good group. People, especially the government, should be held responsible for their actions....whether it is good or bad. You can't simply make the government into superheroes if they are doing a bad job, you need to "protest" them to hold them accountable. Freedom and liberty don't sound too bad either. Maybe there is a flip side to what I think of when I hear Tea Party?

Asked By: MD N' DC Sports Net - 12/19/2011
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Dislike, they are a bought and paid for construct of Glenn Beck, Rupert Murdoch, the Koch Brothers and the guy that owns the Cancer Treatment Centers of America(which by the way have a lower rate of survival for cancer than the cancer patients who were in the national average for hospitals that do not focus on cancer).
Answered By: skipjack2012 - 12/19/2011
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I like watching the media try to define what "the TEA Party" is when there is no such party. It's many groups of many citizens who see a common ground in fighting for individual liberty and against a government that is becoming increasingly, and dangerously, powerful. The media tries to act as if it can define the TEA... More
Answered By: TheBansheeofBebop - 12/19/2011
As I understand it , the tax rate at the time of the Boston tea party was 3... More
Answered By: Thor Veblen - 12/19/2011
I initially liked the Tea Party and attended a couple of their rallies. However, after the second one I started following what was happening and I started doing some research and I soon became convinced I could not support the Tea Party. Following that was the 2010 elections and when the Tea Party started backing... More
Answered By: bdozen13 - 12/19/2011
I love the fact that they do NOT hesitate to hold dirty politicians feet to the fire , and that is why Mr Obama is so frightened of them...we need the Tea Party, I can't think of negative aspects, in spite of the lies Liberals TRY to spread. .Americans see through liberal lies !!
Answered By: pogmathoin - 12/19/2011
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