The loosely organized, but noisy influx of Tea Party legislators have confused GOP and themselves. What started out as a reform for tax and smaller government size movement, has manisfested into a hinderance to political processing.
The Tea Party group praises a member one day, then calls the same person a defector the next. It’s a classic example of having no solidity of structure and being molded out of bad decisions, missed opportunities, erroneous enthusiam and inexperience.
For instance, Florida Rep. Allen West, a Tea Party favorite in some factions, has now been labeled a defector and he calls the accusation, Tea Party schizophrenia. He wants no part of it.
In actuality, though there may be some valid talking points among the Tea Party crowd, they are unfit to govern. Speaker John Boehner received a glimpse of the madness as he attempted to garner support as one party on votes, the Tea Party’s answer to him was division.
Washington may have been ineffective in some ways for years, but the Tea Party brings chaos and bravado stupidity instead of an intelligent governing environment.
Take an insight of the movement, look at each person that has been highlighted or showcased as a Tea Party star. They all become obscure and have no longevity as a national spokesman, example: Sarah Palin, Glenn Beck, R. Murdoch/Fox News, Rush Limbaugh (launches his own tea beverage), Michele Bachmann( to make her last hoorah in Iowa) then fade into the blue and Eric Cantor, after this debacle could become a Page or an aide.
These are not times for experiments and lofty dreams, it is time to make adult decisions with the best interest for all Americans in consideration. The world should witness the preeminence and notability of United States leadership, not a sideshow.