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Published on Jan 3, 2010
Interview with Danita Kilkullen, organizer of the Fort Lauderdale Tea Party. The longest running Tea Party in America.
It's important to realize that the Tea Party movement is a very loose protest movement. It is more of a protest movement against the massive government than a movement "for" anything specific. There were people there with signs for "Pro Israel", "Pro life" etc, issues that do not really belong on a libertarian, constitutionalists platform since they should be beyond the roam of politics.
Setting up a Tea Party in your city is easy, do it.
The problem with the Tea Party movement is that the uniting factor is not much more than a growing distrust and disgust with the growing government. The Tea Party movement can therefore hardly become a political force in itself within the political system. The Tea Party movement is more of a force for information, education and disruption. People joining the Tea Party movement still have to spend the energy to educate themselves and look up the truth. The truth is not "within" the Tea Party movement, the Tea Party movement it merely for protest against government.