The Tea Party Doctrine

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Tuesday, 15 October 2013

The following was found at an intersection of one of the most dangerously traveled roads in the country. US 19, in Pasco county, Florida. More specifically, a 30 mile stretch of highway in New Port Richey. It seemed like a manuscript, bound in a cheap plastic binder and was lying face up on the ground. I am not able to release, at this point, the names of the members and leaders of this document. Perhaps, at a future date, once verification has been made, I will do so.

The title of said document is printed on the cover, "The Tea Party Doctrine." I've had an interest in this movement since it's inception around 2008. I've read various articles on the subject, but since finding this, I felt like I stumbled onto a pot of gold. The subject matter is quite lengthy and I will give only an outline of what I read in its pages. I'm sure that in years to come, if anyone can believe what I am to tell you, that people will look back and shake their heads in dismay, wondering how people can act this way, and believe in such a deranged political system.

From what I read, the party started out with simple outrage that someone, anyone, could defeat a man running for President with a running mate named Sarah Palin. They wondered how this could happen, with her honorable record of being scandal-free and being an honest Governor of Alaska. A feeling of betrayal grew stronger, and their party's name grew out of what happened in Boston hundreds of years ago.

Months passed and I read the document many times. The party gained popularity in 2009. It did not have an agenda in the traditional sense, however, there were many norms that had to be followed. Among the more known were being in complete control of divisiveness, an understanding of the principles of lunacy, be against prayer in church and schools, be against all forms of stimulus, among many others. This belief, of course,is like a circular firing squad.

All meetings began with the singing of Amazing Grace and tea bags are to be hung from one's hat. This movement, makes one wonder if it led to the increase in sales of tea party supplies, games, gifts for children, decorations, themes, recipes, menus and tea party invitations.

I will keep all up to date as soon as I am able to release further information.

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