Maybe I don’t know what’s going on, but how is the Republican party handling the Tea Party movement? Upon hearing the latest chatter from the Democrats about driving a wedge between the Republican party and the Tea party movement, it would seem imprudent for the Republicans to sit back and just let the relationship evolve.
Michael Steele or someone from the Republican leadership should be taking an active role in formulating a strategy to bring the Tea Party movement into the Republican fold. If Democrats can successfully separate the two parties, it would be a very bad thing for both the Republicans and the Tea Party movement. Does anyone know if there is a plan in the works or if there is an initiative underway?
crossposted to The Ritz Report