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Analysis: Can tea party spark a real revolution?

WASHINGTON (AP) — They heeded a pamphleteer's call for "manly opposition to the machinations of tyranny" — the 60 American colonists who stormed Griffin's Wharf and emptied 342 chests of tea into Boston Harbor. And with that, a revolution brewed.

Now, more than two centuries later, come the angry throngs of the modern-day tea party. They've gotten the nation's attention. Can they foment their own revolution?

Not yet.

The Associated Press reviewed tea party operations in almost every state, interviewing dozens of local organizers as well as Democratic and Republican strategists to produce a portrait of the movement to date — and its prospects for tilting this November's elections.

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Embracing Palin as their spokesperson was a mistake.

She is Neo-Con republican thru and thru.

No REAL idea of the liberty movement--Endorsing the Tea Party one day and endorsing McCain the next.

McCain is a war-monger if there ever was one and she is right on board with that.


The rotted republican party had better get down on its knees and ask for forgiveness real soon for its war crimes and dis-respect for REAL libery people like Ron Paul.

Or else they will continue to lose-lose-lose.

The Tea Party supporters will make sure of that.

"We have allowed our nation to be over-taxed, over-regulated, and overrun by bureaucrats. The founders would be ashamed of us for what we are putting up with."
-Ron Paul



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