2012 election the year that proved the TEA party is a sham

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    The TEA party has grown into something totally different than what it was when it was in it grassroots movement stage. The TEA party has compromised it's values for political expedience. The anyone but obama syndrome has killed what the TEA party once stood for.

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    How can any member of the TEA party support Romney or Newt and claim they have the views the TEA party is supposed to have or at least what they claimed was the reason the TEA party came to be.
     
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    It's a shame the TEA party had a great idea and became it's own worse enemy.
     
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    You want a REAL TEA Party candidate? His name is Ron Paul.
     
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    its was all based on stupidity anyway.

    Lies adn more lies.

    Its was merely a republican dodge to pretend they were not Bush voters.
     
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    Did you notice the TEA party no longer supports Ron Paul they support big government Romney and GETRICH.
     
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    No it wasn't the TEA PARTY HAS THE ANYONE BUT OBAMA SYNDROME, and has lost it's way.
     
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    I disagree.... at least regarding Romney. I see him as a reasonable candidate for TEA Partiers. He is what they respect.... hard working, honest, decent, intelligent, thoughtful, calm, rational, articulate. He'd make a good President, he is personally conservative and believes in getting government out of our lives.... with the added bonus of being the most economically smart man in the running.
     
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    the tea party was a shame from the start
     
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    Unlikely Activist Who Got to the Tea Party Early - NYTimes.com


    Ms. Carender’s first rally drew only 120 people. A week later, she had 300, and six weeks later, 1,200 people gathered for a Tax Day Tea Party. Last month, she was among about 60 Tea Party leaders flown to Washington to be trained in election activism by FreedomWorks, the conservative advocacy organization led by Dick Armey, the former House Republican leader.

    This month, a year to the day of her first protest, Ms. Carender stood among a crowd of about 600 on the steps of the State Capitol, acknowledging the thanks from a speaker who cited her as the original Tea Party advocate. Around her were the now-familiar signs: “Can you hear us now?” “Is it 2012 yet?” “Tea Party: the party of now.”
     

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