April 9, 2010

DAN RIEHL: Does the Tea Party Movement Need A Federation? “In my opinion, the existing loosely-conglomerated, somewhat state-wide model that looks to have created itself is doing well and could easily lose more than it gains by forming into somefederation. . . . Given the state of communications today, I’m not nearly as afraid as some seem to be of the group not having a significant political impact because it isn’t somehow more organized. And given the potential pitfalls such an organization brings with it, no matter how well intentioned the effort, I’m simply not sold on the need for a federation.” I’m inclined to agree.

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