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2-26-2010 @ 2:37PM
@CMThis is not a political forum, but there are extremes on both sides and failing to realize that makes you just as "crazy."Not all tea-party goers are extremists, that's just what you will see most covered by the overwhelmingly liberal media. The simple point of the current tea-party movement is to protest the "big government" ideal we are currently experiencing. Liberals/Democrats think that government intervention is the way to fix the economy and other problems, whereas Conservatives/Republicans believe more in localized power to the states and the free market's ability to regulate itself."He's talking about the current group of crazy people in the US who hold "tea party" rallies to protest things they don't understand but they are really, really angry about."If you are going to attack a group of people you should have a more clear understanding of their viewpoint than "things."
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