Tea Bagger Group Targets Romney

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Mmm, tasty infighting. Makes our job easier. Via Taegan-

One of the largest and most influential national Tea Party organizations will focus its 2012 campaign efforts on "nudging the grassroots toward coalescing behind whoever ends up being the most electable alternative" to Mitt Romney, according to the Huffington Post.

"Interviews with top officials at FreedomWorks, a Washington-based organizing hub for Tea Party activists around the country, revealed that much of their thinking about the 2012 election revolves around derailing the former Massachusetts governor... Brendan Steinhauser, who travels around the country meeting with activists as FreedomWorks' top liaison to the grassroots, said most people he talks to are 'definitely trying to stop Romney.'... So FreedomWorks plans to bring its influence to bear during the primary. They'll be violating former President Ronald Reagan's so-called Eleventh Commandment -- that Republicans should not attack other Republicans -- but Steinhauser said these are unusual circumstances."

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  • Anonymous

    The tea baggers are quickly becoming has beens and they  probably realize they are corporate pawns who have been used to further the agenda of the filthy rich.  I laugh now about their  signs. Hands off my Medicare" as those they voted for voted to eliminate Medicare in the House. It is delightful to watch their influence go down in flames. By this time next year they will be further marginalized.

  • Anonymous

    Yes, Teabaggers, please get behind the Koch-Army-approved right-wing candidate with the best B.A.T.S.H.I.T credentials.

  • http://profiles.google.com/linzack5007 David Garber

    Oh, that wonderful Republican in-fighting... Can't get enough of it... Perhaps with time, they'll totally disappear... kind of like the heaven bound in the deep Rapture we felt this past weekend... Did any of your heavenly friends disappear?  None of mine did.  Oh, well.