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Coffee Party imitates Tea Party but with big difference

Annabel ParkThe liberals formed a new organization called the Coffee Party. The founder is a former Obama campaign worker named Annabel Park. She claims the Coffee Party is a grassroots organization, but the Coffee Party is made of pro-Obama people who appear to be appendages of the Obama agenda.

Park co-directed a video for the YouTube channel, UnitedForObama, in which she encourages her mother to give a pro-Obama testimonial in their native Korean. The slick four-minute production, titled “Annabel’s Mom Takes on Sarah Palin, In Korean!!!,

MISSION: The Coffee Party Movement gives voice to Americans who want to see cooperation in government. We recognize that the federal government is not the enemy of the people, but the expression of our collective will, and that we must participate in the democratic process in order to address the challenges that we face as Americans. As voters and grassroots volunteers, we will support leaders who work toward positive solutions, and hold accountable those who obstruct them. from American Thinker

The collective will of the people?  That’s a stretch when we view the negative polls on government health care reform. The opposition are the "obstructionists" defined by Obama. 

The Tea Party members are from mainstream America and it includes Democrats, Republicans, Independents and Libertarians. Their agenda is fiscal responsibility, small government, states rights, and preservation of personal freedoms as stated in the US Constitution. Each state has it’s own independent networked organizations that generally are active participants in local government elections.

No one person can claim to be “the leader” of the Tea Party. Republicans, who display big spending and big government ideology won’t find support from Tea Party participants.

Note to Ms. Park: open dialog with Tea Party participants should not include the word “teabagger” which you’ve used on your tweets. It's not conducive to a civil discussion. It’s a vulgar and lewd term introduced to the Internet by liberals to demean the Tea Party. The average person had no idea what the word meant until liberal news media mainstreamed the term.

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