Tea Party Movement More Popular Than Democrats & Republicans


So the Tea Party movement is not astro-turf after all, eh? All Democrats and spineless Republicans have managed to so is awake a “Sleeping” Giant!

Americans are ready to take their country back in 2010 … Real CHANGE you can believe in. Tea Party Fever … Catch It!


You mean the Tea Party movement is actually being looked at by the MSM as a viable entity? Really? With just like every story that does not fit the liberal MSM agenda, once again the lame street media is late to the game and the story. Funny, the Left, Democrats and the media have tried to marginalize the Tea Party Movement.

The media has never understood, better yet they never wanted to believe that Americans would be so angered and engaged that they would rise up and make politicians responsible to “WE THE PEOPLE”.

All are about to learn a lesson in humility, civics and that politicians work for the people.


According to a recent NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll, Tea Party movement is more popular than either the Democratic or the Republican parties.


Tea Party Nation … Hear them roar

Just how angry is the public with the country’s two leading political parties? Angry enough that the conservative, libertarian-leaning Tea Party movement is more popular than either the Democratic or the Republican parties, according to the latest NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll.

The Republican Party maintains its net-negative favorable/unfavorable rating in the poll, with 28 percent viewing it positively and 43 percent seeing it in a negative light.

For the first time in more than two years, the Democratic Party also now holds a net-negative fav/unfav, at 35-45 percent.

By comparison, the NBC/WSJ poll shows the Tea Party movement with a net-positive 41-23 percent score.

Make no mistake about it, although the Tea Party Movement is lead or beholden to no party, most of them cannot stand higher taxes, out of control spending, record deficits, socialism and bail outs … they would vote for a Republican long before they would ever consider a Democrat, especially since it would mean keeping Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid in power.


The MSM and the Democrat Party will feel the wrath of the Tea Party movement in 2010 and thereafter.

Politicians of all parties in local, State and Federal office … you work for us. If you continue to not represent the will of the people … YOU’RE FIRED!

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  • Comments

    8 Responses to “Tea Party Movement More Popular Than Democrats & Republicans”

    1. St Stephen on December 17th, 2009 1:29 pm

      The Tea Party is but the vocal chapter of the Silent Majority.

      There seem to be literally millions more behind them!

    2. Michelle Smith on December 17th, 2009 2:30 pm

      Congress & Mr. President:

      You’re fired!

    3. A Texas Grandfather on December 17th, 2009 4:25 pm

      Watch what happens when the primaries get going in the spring of 2010. Where a single visible tea-partyer is found there are three to five more with the same thinking about our government.

      “We the people” need to fire all in the House of Represenatives except a very few and as many of the Senators that are up for election in the year 2010.

    4. tuyvnsurvivor on December 17th, 2009 9:22 pm

      #3, you are so correct. Thankfully and fortunately, I get to be proud of going to one of the first Tea Party’s (and then more). In Burleson Texas, where people trying to turn in coming from the North, had to make an illegal turn accross a silly double yellow line. ANd cops, 4 and 5 of them were writing multiples of tickets. For far less energy and the only precaution in safety, would have put the cops to directing the traffic, orderly, accross the road. Local news would not report this even as I and others pointed it out to them.

      In the parking lots, suits went around taking down license palte numbers. What a hoot. The more self disciplened people of the area are at this function, and we got reported in media and by liberals as trouble makers, or insignificant.

      But before I went to those early Tea Parties, numerous people wished us ‘at a boys’. But there was never a risk I noticed. NIce people, p’d at gov. People wanting to preserve freedom, demand the use of our constitution, enforcement of our laws — illegal turns also…I suppose. People calling Republicans lazy and mealy mouthed while the liberals go about wrecking our country, with a few things Bush did as well. Though democrats really get the “liar” lable.

      Going random here: I did not wear any military do dad’s. I never have. Though much respect those who do. One of the Tea Party common complaints is however, not enough true respect of todays military personnel. Which reminds me, Merry Christmas to them. And thank you.

    5. Katablog.com on December 17th, 2009 10:18 pm

      tuyvnsurvivor: Like you, I was at one of the first Tea Parties in Overland Park, KS on a day which was 20 degrees. We also attended the March on Washington DC on 9/12/2009 which was an awesome site to behold. I don’t believe there have ever been so many citizens who paid their own way to march on Washington especially with just about 2 months notice.

    6. NewGirlBoston on December 18th, 2009 12:41 am

      In Boston, as you know—-WE LOVE TEA PARTIES!

      America! Wake up! Speak Up! We have a right to a peaceful assembly & protest.

      Congress….we are giving you the pink slip. You SUCK at your job.

    7. leonard small on December 18th, 2009 8:57 pm

      MR. one term I’ll be glad to see you going back to
      ILL.wish you much luck as a community organizer.
      NOW WE NEED A PRESIDENT!! Without bottomless pockets

    8. Michelle Smith on December 21st, 2009 1:16 pm

      #6 I love a good tea party :)

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