Really like the idea....however, there are many of us on the west coast would find it much easier to make a cruise starting from west coast and cruising to Alaska, Hawaii, Mexico, or the Pacific Coast.
I have taken seven cruises and always look for the best prices and most of the time end up with a balcony or suite at much less of a price the Holland America is showing for this cruise.
Wish you much luck for the Caribbean cruise and hope a west coast departure can also be arranged soon....
So.. you're looking for the Butthurt form?
No, because the Tea Party doesn’t disrupt commerce or peaceable travel.
Great idea and food for you
I am really puzzled by the critical comments.
PEOPLE this is only ONE idea and of course not everyone who belongs to a Tea party or agrees with the principles can attend.
is there any one event every person who thinks of themselves as a tea partier can attend?
OF COURSE NOT
so plan your own on the west coast
or plan something in your hometown that is free
I am 5 ft. 18 in. BAREFOOT
Darn, I was thinking this meant we would all get together and poop on cop cars or sumpin’.
You threw that in with no information at all what you were talking about.
Then you put in the title area a title that is not at the link provided
OWS is diametrically opposite of the Tea Party Movement, why are you merging them?
Care to clear those things up?
If the Tea Party aligns with OWS, I am no longer associated with the Tea Party. OWS is the enemy and stands against everything we are supposed to stand for. I want nothing to do with those scum.
OWS and the TEA Party ar probably closer cousins than either side would really care to admit. Talk of “crony capitalism” is, after all, not that far off from decrying the Wall St. oligarchy. Too much power does indeed rest in the hands of a relative few, and massive wealth generally determines who that few are.
Where the two groups diverge is on how to address the problem. OWS wants more government in an effort to control and punish “the 1%” and to redistribute their wealth. (Two fundamental flaws in this approach, by the way: 1) it ignores the fact the the government is intertwined with the wealthy interests, and by no means is interested in harming its buddies, and 2) even if they were able to do as they wish, they become more dependent on “the 1%” than they already claim to be, as a parasite depends on its host.)
The TEA Party, on the other hand, recognizes that the government making policy to specifically affect their friends and allies is a major part of the problem. They want a smaller government that gets out of the business of picking winners and losers.