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A small group of trashy, uneducated, hypocrites who wave signs in protest of things they do not understand. A lot of these people will believe anything you tell them about the government as long as it has to do with taxes and conspiracies. They are constantly concerned that people are coming to take their guns and cite their own made up facts to convince you of it. Fueled by racism, this group did not exist prior to the election of our first African American President. These people share many similar traits to your common Wal*Mart white trash yet have the uncanny drive to create sharpie signs with words on them they will never understand. Their cultural icons are Rush Limbaugh, Bill O'Reilly, Glenn Beck, Sean Hannity, and Sarah Palin. While most of these toothless rejects don't possess the mental capacity to blink while walking without falling down, at some point they've been made to feel that their ignorant bigoted opinions are worth something more than the welfare checks they receive monthly. Which has led to many comical protests that resemble a trailer park circus. They are not to be taken seriously considering there are currently no professional wrestlers currently considering a Presidential bid. If you do come in physical contact with a Tea Party Patriot be sure to wash the affected area immediately. Lice and stench are the two most common symptoms people report after coming in contact with these brainless, white trash, morons.
Small Child : Mommy, what is that toothless thing over there waving that sign and screaming about hating n*ggers and Mexicans and loving his gun?

Mother : That is a product of economic plight in this country, my dear. You see, it never received a proper education so it was forced to move into a trailer and become one of the Tea Party Patriots.
por TscrwsCnty 19 de Dezembro de 2009
 
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Tea Party Patriots are American citizens whose mission is to attract, educate, organize, and mobilize their fellow citizens to secure public policy consistent with their three core values of fiscal responsibility, constitutionally limited government, and free markets. The impetus for their movement is excessive government taxing, spending, and borrowing.

They are one of several organizations that are part of the broader Tea Party political movement that was initiated by 2008 Republican presidential primary candidate Ron Paul (currently a U.S. Representative from Texas). Since that time, it has broadened to include a wide range of Republicans, Democrats, Libertarians, and independents who agree on this mission and these core values although they may disagree on many other political issues. This is to be expected, give the narrow scope of their core values that focus primarily on economic issues.
Tea Party Patriots believe that fiscal responsibility by government honors and respects the freedom of the individual to spend the money that is the fruit of their own labor.
por Thomas Cushing 16 de Abril de 2010