Keli Carender, the Seattle activist credited with being the first tea partier, knows that something went wrong this year. Marquee Tea Party candidates lost big. Voters, in re-electing President Obama, seemed to reject the Tea Party values of repealing Obamacare and slashing taxes on job creators.
But Carender doesn't believe any of this means that the Tea Party failed, or that it abetted the failure of the Republican Party in elections this year. Instead, she's setting her sights on the future, which will involve teaching tea party activists to act like the Obama campaign.
yes you did just read what you thoughtwas a misprint, me too.
teaching tea party activists to act like the Obama campaign.
oxymoron mother bagger thinks it will be better if their parrots mimic their conqueror, guess you do have to get inside to know where it's vulnerable, but they neither have the temperament nor moral compass to pull that off without looking even more like a magic show that can't pull a rabbit ot of a hat..
"The right got completely out-hustled and out-organized by the Obama get-out-the-vote machine," Carender said in a phone interview from her native Seattle. She now works for the Tea Party Patriots group. "You’ve got to hand it to them for their community organizing capabilities. We can learn from them."
but they made a complete travesty out of community organizers as a "get a real job" talking point, slanting those all over the world who work at those selfless jobs, something they never heard of, selfless.