Is the Tea Party dead?

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    If Romney is nominated at the GOP candidate, where is the Tea Party? Can the Tea Party support Mitt Romney? I need a honest answer to a honest question.
     
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    They are dead until Roger Ailes and Fox News decides they are needed again

    If Romney is elected you will never hear of the Tea Party again
     
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    They kept their mouths shut when Bush was president, they will keep their mouths shut if Romney gets elected

    Once Obama gets reelected they will be back
     
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    The left needs to believe the tea party is dead like they need to believe that islam is a peaceful religion.
     
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    The original tea party if fractured after being co-opted by big corp. sponsorship. It is still there, but the MSM presentation is not the original movement.
     
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    Yep.

    In it's current configuration, the Tea Party was an invention of Dick Armey, the Koch Brothers and FOX.

    It's inception began here:
    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fQQfzXQ6UjA&feature=related]CNBC Rick Santelli goes basaltic on floor of Chicago Merc over housing bailout - YouTube[/ame]

    Short there after..FOX promoted the rallies:
    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ynTLYkvy-Kw]Biased FOX News promotes Tea Parties - YouTube[/ame]
     
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    They didn't exist when Bush was president,plenty complained about Bush and spending,the left only listen to themselves.
     
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    Plenty?

    Yea, you could load the Tea Party into a minivan when Bush was President

    As soon as Obama said he needed to borrow money to stop the economic collapse, FoxNews started to give it 24/7 coverage on how horrible the debt was......even though they never had a single story when Bush doubled the debt
     
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    The tea party is not mentioned anymore because its now a great big negative for the republican party.
     

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