New York Times Admits Tea Party Here To Stay. Next Week: Washington Post Admits Public Advocate and Eugene Delgaudio have been in Washington for 30 years
The Liberal elite at the highest of levels is still recovering from Wisconsin and a string of losses in referendums, national and state elections in 2009, 2010, 2011 and the continuing lack of support in every segment of the population. So they have to actually do some serious reporting on what happened in 2009.
The New York Times reports:
The Tea Party began as a genuine bipartisan movement when thousands of tax protest rallies sprung up across the country on April 15, 2009. The protestors advocated for limited government, limitations on spending and taxation, as well as deficit reduction and a return to Constitutional principles.
On the eve of the 2010 midterm elections, the Tea Party movement was the most powerful political force in America. Indeed, polling I conducted in late October 2010 found a great deal of support for and interest in the Tea Party movement. A majority of voters surveyed (54 percent) said the Tea Party movement has been a good thing for the American political system, and one-quarter called themselves supporters of the movement. More at