In 2009 things looked very bleak indeed, I sat in my home in Napa California watching the acceptance speech of newly elected president Barack Obama, and I quietly wondered if I was the only person feeling as if the country I loved was slipping away. Was there anyone else out there who felt my outrage as the federal government continued to eat away at individual liberty?
Then came the rise of the Tea Party and I watched folks across party lines rally together to speak out on the issues that concerned me, I felt a sense of kinship and for the first time in quite awhile I felt hope.
The Tea Party launched numerous grassroots organizations, they rallied and they began to flex political muscle ,whichcame to a head with the 2010 midterm elections. They became the sworn enemy of the Democrat Party, and they have now become the enemy of those in control of the Republican Party. As 70 brave Tea Party house memebers plan to make a stand on the amensty bill , a trap is in the works to destroy the last bit of influence that the Tea Party still holds.
Is there a way to stop this plan?Does the Tea Party have enough left to carry on the fight to save this society? Will discuss these issues and much more on the Prime Time edition of The Conservative Watchtower.
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