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« The Constitutional Politics of the Tea Party Movement | Main | The Tea Party, the Constitution, and the Repeal Amendment »

March 27, 2011



Brett Bellmore

Man, what a parody of Tea Party thought on the Constitution. You don't have to think the law is "inerrant" to believe that we shouldn't have the legal system based on pretending we have *different* law.

Anyway, I agree that Randy's proposal is timid. As the saying goes, "A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step."

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it “would be wrong” to dwell on such almost-certainly unrepresentative, albeit prominent, public figures who have avidly promoted and embraced the “Tea Party moment” of our contemporary polity.

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If Tea Party pols Bachmann and Palin are the tools of the wealthy then why are these same people pouring recordbreaking millions of dollars into Obama's re-election effort? Do you realize that nearly all of the news and analysis articles posted in your margin are sourced from CNN, a liberal rathole? I can only hope that you supplement your heavy diet of CNN, NBC, NPR and CBS with, at least, some Fox and Wall Street Journal.

P.S. Thanks for the photos of Sarah and Michelle and the absense of a Hillary picture.

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