The criteria for membership are straightforward: Stay true to principle even when it proves inconvenient, be assertive but respectful, add value and don't taking credit for other people's work. Our community is built on the Trader Principle: We associate by mutual consent, to further shared goals of restoring fiscal responsibility and constitutionally limited government. These were the principles that enabled the Sept. 12, 2009 taxpayer march on Washington to be one of the largest political protests in the history of our nation's capital.This is fine and all, and especially appreciated coming from a former political office holder, but why must the Tea Party declare war on English?
Tuesday, August 17, 2010
Via ladypoverty, here is Dick Armey's Tea Party Manifesto: