YES ~ It did and does.
NO ~ It helps the GOP and will strengthen the GOP in the future.
Neither. It really is a nonpartisan movement.
The TEA party hurt itself when they started focusing on social issues and became more openly xenophobic. All the controversies over Muslims, immigrants, and social issues distracted from their argument about fiscal responsibility.
As far as social issues go, the US is becoming more progressive not less. So fighting a war on social issues is a futile one.
The country is also becoming more diverse. Whites are now the minority among children born since 2011. The TEA party and republican party will contribute their own irrelevance if they follow the lead of the white nationalist parties in Europe.
Time to get the certifiable tea-baggers out of congress before they ruin America.
The tea baggers moved the GOP too far right and sucked in Mitt etc.
And??Originally Posted by kudzu
So does that mean I should not hate them?Originally Posted by kudzu
Personally I find weed just too insignificant of an issue to even care much about that. I did argue against weed legalization but I have said that it wasn't very important to me.Originally Posted by kudzu
If someone says something I disagree with, I'm going to respond. Don't put words in my mouth.Originally Posted by kudzu
You did. I still have no idea what point you're making. If you think I should support the Tea Party because of an issue I barely even care about, I don't know what to tell you.Originally Posted by kudzu
Maybe 1% Tea BaggerOriginally Posted by kudzuNo.Are you ?
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