Anyone who trusts anything from ABC should be put away for their own safety.
I seem to recall that the Tea Party was pretty strong just months ago, November 2011.
The Tea Party needs to get brewing again. They brought about major change in 2010, and can do it again in November.
The way that the mainstream media describes the Tea Party is about as accurate as the way that Al Jazeera describes Israel. If only they reported Obama half as honest, Dear Leader’s approval would be about 25%.
Yeah, keep on believing this crap. Just because ABC wills it does not make it so. They will be a major force this summer..
Horse Crap Poll... Whatever you want to call Americans who are fed up with 0bama and his Assministration, we will be out to vote in November... greater than 2010!
The contention of the article has some merit. Unfortunately you’re a newbie and you are going to be fried soon. Good luck in your next life.
They speak the uncomfortable truth.
Jeremiah wasn’t too popular either.
I can understand why “half”, the people who depend upon the nanny state handouts and vote for Barry, “like it less”. I’ll bet these nanny staters love the hell out of the occupy fleabaggers. BTW, has anyone ever seen any “polls” or “surveys” about how the “young adults, seniors, women, moderates and people in the $50,000 to $100,000 income range” feel about the freeloading, fleabaggers?
IF this is true, and I doubt it, they have surveyed people who get their info from ABC.
So Americans like the Tea Party less, the more they hear about it? So is OWS and its criminal nature more to their liking?
After all.. they`re the same people who put 0bama in office in 2008.
I don’t know. The M.O. here on FR is to post these MLM (Mainline Media) stories that usually carry a heavy load of fiction. Why repeat lies? Half the readers are discouraged when they read this stuff on this site not realizing it should prima facia be discounted.
More than half the country has become the “Tea Party,” as the majority of Americans can’t stand Maobama’s policies.
Their last two interviews were with someone they called a Tea Party leader and with another guy who supported Ron Paul.
The Tea Party leader was an older, overweight, tan-less, balding guy in a wheelchair in front of his mobile home in the trailer park, all filmed outside in the harsh, bright Florida sun.
The Ron Paul supporter was very upscale yuppie-type in his very nice, upper middle-class home, middle school age girls in the background, the lighting soft and warm.
You don't have to be an expert in marketing, product staging and creating first impressions to see what they did there.
Because the movement was infiltrated just like everything else. It now does not stand for anything out of the norm. Yes there might be a few small groups here and there that are genuine, but they are over shadowed by the big players.
The Tea Party has definitely not received a lot of media attention of late, which, to ABC, naturally indicates that it is losing favor with voters. I doubt it. It wasn’t the TEA Party that people voted for in 2010. They voted for Republican candidates that would oppose Obama and they’ll get the opportunity to vote against Obama, directly, in 7 months whether or not the TEA party is a force in the election. People that may have voted for him in 2008 are fed up and/or disappointed. Add to that (significant) number traditional Republican voters as well as conservatives that have to, once again, hold their nose and vote for a RINO (Romney) who, as usual, is ‘better than the Democrat alternative’. The result: Obama loses.
ABC declares victory in the media campaign against the evil Tea Party movement. That’s basically what the media do, is declare things. Their problem is that there’s a big difference between declaring victory and winning one.