The polls hadn't even closed Tuesday when "tea party" activists in Nevada started sniping at one another over whether Sharron Angle, the soon-to-be Republican nominee for U.S. Senate, was the best candidate to bring down Senate Majority Leader Harry M. Reid. In Virginia, tea partiers vented on blogs and to reporters about the movement's inability to coalesce around a single, strong candidate in two House races, resulting in the nomination of establishment candidates instead. The national tea party movement has never had a central organization or single leader; in fact, it has boasted the opposite. 'Tea party' hurt by lack of organization - Washington Post- msnbc.com full story of why the tea party may be an epic fail. why are americans turning on the tea party?