Bud Kennedy continues to show the world who liberals and Democrats fear most — the Tea Party movement. (See: “Faith voters’ blessing was the key for Patrick,” on June 1.)
Liberals still do not understand that the Tea Party is not a political “party.” It is a political and cultural “movement” of common Americans who see the current trajectory of this country as suicidal — fiscally and socially — simply demanding spending limits, strong borders and fidelity to the Constitution (including the Second Amendment).
Liberals keep hoping that the Tea Party is dead, no matter what.
If Republican establishment candidates win their primaries over Tea Party candidates, the Tea Party is dead.
Conversely, if Tea Party candidates win overwhelmingly (i.e. the Republican primary results in Texas), libs say that it was not Tea Party voters, but some other special interest bloc of voters that made the difference. Either way, they say the Tea Party movement is dead.
Keep talking down the Tea Party movement. Keep marginalizing the movement and the message. Keep railing against it.
Like the article said, you “don’t have a prayer.”
— Craig Ward, Euless