The Tea Party Is Not Dead
Contrary to what some may believe, the Tea Party, aka main-stream America, did not evaporate after their big victory in the 2010 mid-term elections. This year, members of Tea Party groups across the nation are focusing on other activities that are necessary to grass roots organizations: training future activists, working to support the election of more conservatives to Congress and state legislatures, and assisting in teaching young Americans about their Constitution and why they need to defend it.
In addition, Tea Party Patriots has its own response to President Obama's State of the Union Address:
Members of the Tea Party know that true change is not just about political rhetoric and big rallies. Unlike President Obama, and the liberal elites in Washington, who apparently believe that governance by fiat and authoritarian control of the electorate assure them of prolonged periods of power, the Tea Party knows that true power comes from within the hearts and minds of Americans. Like a stealth fighter, the Tea Party is doing the essential work, even if not the center of attention.