Discussion in 'Tea Party' started by basquebromance, May 25, 2018.
Trump ran as much against Neo-Conservatism as he did against Liberalism.
Missed the point.
If the Democrats weren't so anti-liberty and focused on destroying (identity politics) anyone who disagrees with them, and being nasty about it, Trump could never have been elected.
Ann Coulter has it right. liberalism is a mental disease.
Judge approves $3.5 million settlement from IRS to tea party groups - Judge approves $3.5 million settlement from IRS to tea party groups - @washtimes
Is the Tea Party era over? - Is the Tea Party era over? - @washtimes
And, that's ok with me. you can believe as you want to believe.
God bless America!
LOL the 'Tea Party' disintegrated years ago, and it's dead certain Trump would never be a 'Tea Party' candidate', he's a moderate centrist with both left of center and some right of center views. The 'The Tea Party' wasn't the 'grass roots' uprising they tried to market themselves as, they were strictly a Koch Brothers PR agency, same as the 'Liberation Party' was before the 'Tea Party' was invented and funded by the Kochs. Nobody even mentions them any more, except in innernetz fever swamps.
While I agree the Tea Party isn't as relevant, the idea it was the creation of the Koch Brothers is ridiculous.
For those who followed the money when it first popped up out of nowhere, it's just a fact. It would have gone nowhere without the Koch's seed money, and it wasn't any kind of a 'grass roots uprising'.
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