By Joanna Harrison-Smith - 03/09/10 12:41 AM EST
I am convinced that we need another Boston Tea Party to throw the current Tea Party into the drink, be it Boston Harbor or the public eye.
How could the Tea Party’s dirty dealings and rhetoric fool the American public? It can’t.
The absurd Republican rhetoric is so blatant that it cannot be ignored as anything other than a bunch of rich folks fretting that they may have to let loose of a little bit of cash. In the meantime, others are prostituting themselves to feed their kids.
Reagan should have never deregulated the banks in the ’80s. I am sure if he knew the greed of folks back then he would not have done so. Now, the kids from the ’80s and ’90s who are used to making money from questionable trades are paying their dues. Let them.
A new Boston Tea Party should arise, with the ideal of putting the get-rich-quick notion into the drink, and putting peace in the U.S. back on the map.