By Butch Morris
Ever wonder why the powers that be don’t like the Tea Party? There’s probably several reasons but the main one is that Tea Partyers are average people that look at the facts and are not controlled by a large organization.
Tea Party groups are autonomous. That means that each group tends to it’s own business without regard to national party. This doesn’t mean that we won’t help out another Tea Party group, we do on occasion.
You might ask, “If this is true, why is the Tea Party becoming such a force in national politics?” I would answer that by saying that generally conservatives think along the same lines. Probably 90 plus percent of the time, we believe in the constitution and think that things should be done in accordance with that document and expect the same out of the people we send to represent us.