i wonder, do other tea partiers see the comedic irony in their protestations that tea parties are not republican fronts focused on a social agenda, and that their excuses never seem to line up with the obvious reality?
but, yes i know, YOUR tea party is different.
which is why i wonder why we never hear that side of it nearly enough.
if you're for small government and individual liberty, you cannot possibly be for the republican party and a revocation of gay rights, among many other things. (not to mention pursuit of proof of citizenship by the local constabulary and, as i said, many other liberty-offensive things).
the first tea party that opposes party politics (i.e. repudiates-with-a-D's their republican party credentials, and their democrat, for that matter--this is an equal opportunity opportunity) and stands up for immigrant, gay, black and every other kind of personal and individual rights, has my attention.
i didn't think so...