As the tea party movement’s popularity waned and the GOP became the party of tea party politics, its roots have been firmly planted.
It’s hard to imagine the tea parties in their early days could have achieved the kind of momentum they have, but they did.
As we reported earlier this month, the Tea Partiers are now one of the biggest political forces in the country, having grown from a small group of activists and tea party supporters to a force that could challenge the power of the GOP in the 2018 midterms and beyond.
Tea party supporters in both parties have embraced the movement, and the Tea party has been one of its largest and most influential organizations.
But it’s the tea partiers’ efforts to create a culture of “birtherism,” a political movement that asserts that President Barack Obama was not born in the United States and that President Donald Trump is a fraud, that have the most impact on the movement today.
This movement has grown into a grassroots movement with members across the country who feel strongly about the issues and who are motivated by a desire to make a difference in their communities.
Tea Party members are not just a handful of individuals who disagree with the president on a number of issues.
They are an active and growing force in American politics.
This is a growing and diverse group.
They’re not just white men.
They’ve come from all walks of life, from African American communities, from the LGBTQ community, from all different walks of people.
I’m not going to be able to talk to you about every single member of that group.
But the group that I have seen coalesce around the tea movement, which I call the Tea People, are some of the most articulate, articulate people I’ve ever met in American history.
There are no political operatives who haven’t had to fight for the tea-party movement.
I’ve never met a group of people that are so passionate about the tea.
They love their tea.
And they’ve come to see it as a chance to do something about something.
They’ve never seen themselves as the party.
They see themselves as a political party, but a political platform that brings together all of the constituencies that make up the country and that’s the platform that they want to be a part of.
I’ve never heard of a group that is so passionate and so passionate in its politics and so committed to a message of unity, of standing up for the middle class and the working families.
The Tea Party’s power comes from its willingness to push for policies that benefit the middle classes, including the Affordable Care Act, a bill that has benefited millions of Americans.
They have worked tirelessly to pass this legislation and have been vocal about the need for it to be more progressive.
And it’s made the president a little more palatable.
What are the key issues that you think the tea partsies care most about?
I think what people are most passionate about is the middle-class and the economic issues.
When people talk about the middle and working classes, they’re not talking about the working poor.
They think about the white working class, and they think about people like me and my family, people who have worked hard and made it.
And when they talk about health care, they see it in the context of Medicare.
They don’t see it, for example, as a public health problem.
They focus on the pharmaceutical industry.
But when you look at the health care issues, they really focus on Medicare, and that has been a big deal for the people of this country.
For example, in the last two years, we’ve seen the pharmaceutical companies make $3.6 trillion in profits.
We’re seeing this happen, but when it comes to the middle of the income distribution, people are being squeezed and they’re being pushed out of the health insurance system.
This is something that the Tea partiers really care about, and so they’ve worked hard to make sure that they have the right provisions in their bills to ensure that they’re going to have the health coverage that the middle income people need.
It’s not just about health insurance, but the economy.
The middle class is going through an economic crisis, and people are struggling to make ends meet.
So what they care about most is the economy, and how it’s affected their everyday lives.
So what are the other key issues you think people care most deeply about?
Well, I think the first thing is the environment.
It is such an important issue.
This country is a leader on climate change.
The tea party is a climate change champion.
And we have seen that our politics has evolved from a very different politics to a more populist, more climate-focused politics.
And when you have a climate-change movement, when you start to get the attention that climate change has, you start pushing for policies and actions that you can support.
So I think climate is going to continue to be an important area of focus