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Tea Party Movement Lights Fuse for Rebellion on Right

• NY Times
When Friends for Liberty held its first public event, Mrs. Stout listened as Richard Mack, a former Arizona sheriff, brought 1,400 people to their feet with a speech about confronting a despotic federal government. Mrs. Stout said she felt as if she had been handed a road map to rebellion. Members of her family, she said, think she has disappeared down a rabbit hole of conspiracy theories. But Mrs. Stout said she has never felt so engaged.

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Comment by Jerry Rose (28258)
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Those involved in the original "Boston Tea Party" were posers because they dressed up as Indians and did their deeds.

I'm sure if an Indian would have been falsely arrested for that incident, none of the posers would have come forward to accept the blame.

America will fall into a Civil War before the other half signs on to going 'back!'

Progress entails forward motion...not a yearning for the dubious politics of yester-year!