In 2009, the Tea Party was bursting onto the scene. We were pressuring Washington to hold true to our values of fiscal responsibility, free markets and limited government. We were winning statewide elections in seats previously held by Democrats - including Ted Kennedy's Senate seat in the People's Republic of Massachusetts and the NJ Governor's office. We went from the silent majority to a force to be reckoned with seemingly overnight.
Do you know what Barack Obama was doing in 2009? In addition to passing trillions of dollars of so-called stimulus spending and working hard to ram his unconstitutional healthcare scheme through Congress, Obama used his elitist Hollywood connections to throw a lavish Halloween party at the White House.
The party, co-hosted by Tim Burton and Johnny Depp, was so over the top that Obama made sure the press didn't cover it. It's only coming out now because a New York Times columnist is finally breaking the gag order.
This sort of disdain and disrespect for the Tea Party and our values is indicative of the entire Obama presidency. While we were protesting big government, he was adding more to the federal deficit than every President before him combined. While we were cleaning out Congress in the midterm elections, his Justice Department was running guns to Mexico under Operation Fast and Furious. And while we were advocating for government restraint and personal liberties, he has tacked regulation on top of regulation, strangling the economy and stunting job creation.
Whether his administration is a result of pure ineptitude or a radical ideological agenda designed to change the very fabric of our republic is immaterial. The Tea Party must defeat Barack Obama and his allies in Congress! We will be on the front lines in the battle over the heart and soul of America, and we cannot do it without the support of patriots just like you.
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