According to this week’s Rasmussen poll of more than 1,000 likely voters, only 8% now consider themselves a part of the Tea Party movement—down from the 24-30%, depending on the poll, of a little less than two years ago. This is a significant drop in support and not one that is unexpected considering the media onslaught and the concerted efforts by The White House, Democrat leaders in Congress, an
I take a lot of abuse from my conservative friends for this belief, but it’s not based on emotion. It’s based on the reality of marketing, advertising and promotion. In those three areas the Democrats clearly do a much better job than the Republicans.
Tea Partiers continue to cause gasps in the Montana legislature. Even Republicans in the state are calling the Tea Party backed bills a laughingstock for Montana. One such proposal is asking for it to be legal to hunt big game -- with a spear.
The internet grants immense power to everyone that uses it. The power to learn and the power to persuade. But what happens when that power is used to shield and obstruct certain views and beliefs from being known?