Dec 12 2010 - 12:00pm
Where did the Tea Party Movement begin?
Right here in Boston, both in 1773 and again in 2007 where disenfranchised Americans, tired of oppressive government rallied at Faneuil Hall and nation-wide to raise a record breaking $6 million one-day fundraiser "money bomb" for candidate for US President, Congressman Dr. Ron Paul.
By the year 2010, America has seen the rise of the "tea party movement" and almost every candidate is using "money bombs" to raise money. Boston Tea Party 2007 Keynote speaker Rand Paul has gone on to become US senator of Kentucky and Veteran Jim Forsythe has won his bid for NH state Senate.
The tea parties are being pandered to by neo cons and RINO's because this movement is making a difference. Many political pundits have stated that the next political force in our country will be the TEA Party, creating viable third party candidates in the upcoming 2012 election cycle.
As we head into the upcoming presidential campaign race with candidate announcements, the MassLPA has seen it fit to continue the ideological shift back towards the conservative libertarian roots of our Republic by providing a celebration of liberty in the "Cradle of Liberty", Faneuil Hall on December 12th 2010 at 12:00.