Tea Party Trips, Spills Its Bags in the Harbor


An April 26, 2014 Washington Post article by Matea Gold aggressively casts the Tea Party into Boston Harbor with an alarming disclosure of apparent mismanagement and wasteful spending that borders on cavalier misconduct. Article link: http://www.wapo.st/1nVhTKZ

It sets a terrible example when an organization operates opposite of the values they promote. The basic creed of the Tea Party is a good one, but they just might burn down their house by their wayward course. However, the issue is likely mismanagement more than misconduct. Nevertheless, they better correct the problem or forever, lose credibility. As a result, the meritorious crusade against big government and profligate spending will likely will die without an heir to continue that much needed effort.

I also suggest reviewing the extensive list of many articles in the right hand column for advocacy on a wide range of issues.

For truth, justice, God’s morality, honor, and the original American way,
The Word Guru

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2 Responses to Tea Party Trips, Spills Its Bags in the Harbor

  1. The lavish spending underscores how the right wing protest movement has gone professional, with national groups transforming themselves into multimillion-dollar organizations run by activists collecting six-figure salaries. It’s not so much about politics as it’s about business and the profit margin.

  2. Your link does not work!

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