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January 29, 2013
Is the Tea Party for Sale?
MoveOn.org, the group responsible for malicious attacks against regular taxpaying folks in the Tea Party movement, has zeroed in on conservatives' disgust with the upper echelons of the GOP establishment. Now they're seeking to align themselves with the Louisville Tea Party to oust Senate Minority leader Mitch McConnell. From Politico: Sarah Durand, president of the Louisville Tea Party, said Democratic donors and activists have told her that they'd be willing to spend seven figures in a GOP primary to help a candidate willing to challenge McConnell. Durand said the challenge for tea party groups is to recruit a candidate who wouldn't hand the seat to the Democrats, even though, she said, tea party leaders across the state are not satisfied with McConnell's three-decade tenure in Washington. "We are doing a lot of reaching out to some of the tea party folks across the state," said Keith Rouda, a field organizer with the liberal group MoveOn and the Democratic super PAC, Progress...(Read Full Post)