HAHAHAHAHAHHAThe Liberal Media keeps telling the Loony’s on the Left that the TP is Dead nope we’re still here! We’re not motivate like the Left to draw attention to ourselves by going out and burning building, setting cars on fire, trashing property, or throwing rocks through windows we work quietly!!
I knew you were a Teabagger!!
So why is FAUX also calling the TP dead, after firing Palin and Beck??
""Has the Tea Party movement become the final casualty of the 2012 elections?
Here are four signs that the end – or at least a diminished future --may be near for once powerful Tea Party phenomenon that lifted Republicans to a House majority in the 2010 mid-term elections.
The first and most significant sign took place last week.
Speaker of the House John Boehner (R-Ohio) stripped four of the most outspoken Tea Party members of his caucus of key committee assignments. Representatives Justin Amash (R-Michigan) and Tim Huelskamp (R-Kansas) were booted off the House Budget Committee. Reps. Walter Jones (R-North Carolina) and David Schweikert (R-Arizona) were kicked off the House Financial Services Committee.
Speaking on the condition of anonymity, GOP leadership aides said they were removed for “not being team players” and they warned:“You want good things in Congress and to have a good career? Better play along nicely.” Two of the Tea Party’s most visible television messengers, Reps. Allen West of Florida and Joe Walsh of Illinois, also lost their re-election bids in November.
The second sign came in the Senate. Tea Party Kingmaker, Sen. Jim DeMint (R-S.C.) surprised the political world by announcing that he will be resigning from the United States Senate to become the President of the Heritage Foundation, a conservative think tank. DeMint said there is “no question” that he can do more to advance the conservative movement as head of a think tank than as a United States Senator who can introduce, amend, block and vote on federal legislation.
And a third sign of the Tea Party’s lower standing came when the incoming chairman of the National Republican Senatorial Committee, Sen. Jerry Moran, vowed that his organization will become more involved in senatorial primaries to prevent the nomination of Tea Party candidates who are likely to lose in statewide elections.“I don’t think we have any choice but to work to do things better than what we did, based upon the lack of success that we had.” Moran said.
Moran is obviously referring to the failed campaigns of Tea Party candidates that cost the GOP control of the Senate. Those candidates, backed by DeMint, include Delaware’s Christine O’Donnell, Nevada’s Sharron Angle, Colorado’s Ken Buck, Missouri’s Todd Akin and Indiana’s Richard Mourdock. Karl Rove, the GOP strategist, has said that he wants to reorient his America Crossroads organization to intervene in primaries because he was “sick and tired of spending money in races where the moderates and the conservatives had gone at each other and made victory impossible.”
And there is one final sign of the Tea Party’s trouble.
Dick Armey, the former Republican House Majority Leader announced his resignation as head of the influential Tea Party group, Freedomworks.
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So why is the wingnut media telling us the Tea Party is dead??
DAMN THOSE FAUXBOTS!!
You'd likely be unaware, you've been dead from the neck up for years now!!