Roger L. Simon

No Tea Party: Financial Craziness in London

As the Tea Party Movement ramps up for what promises to be a very big day on April 15, it seems things got a little out of hand in London (today? yesterday? depends on where you are or were). What are we supposed to make of this? Obviously this demonstration was a hodge-podge of oldsters worrying about the impact of low interest rates on their retirement and anarchists raging that capitalism is dead in England. (Was it alive?)

Anyway, what strikes me, in brief beore I get into the car for the office, is that folks in the Tea Party Movement should start thinking about some ideas. What solutions are they proposing? Being the anti-Obama will work for a while, but at some point you throw some concrete ideas on the table – or many ideas.