Now that the Tea Party has not only demonstrated its power to force the Republican Party to begin acting like a true party for less government, it has also shown that it has staying power. The elections of 2010 were just the beginning of the Tea Party’s ascent to power in Washington, and the liberals are running scared. And when they run scared they begin calling names.
In a two-hour, closed-door Democrat Caucus meeting, Rep. Mike Doyle of Pennsylvania angrily said, “We have negotiated with terrorists. This small group of terrorists have made it impossible to spend any money.” Vice-President Biden agreed: “They have acted like terrorists.” Biden later denied that he had said that, but after Politico published the remarks, spokeswoman Kendra Barkoff said: “The word was used by several members of Congress.”
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And many prominent elite liberals are now using similar terms to describe the Tea Party enemy. In one of his columns in the New York Times, Thomas Friedman described the Tea Party as the GOP’s “Hezbollah faction.” And Maureen Dowd wrote that some Democrats were describing the Tea Party as “the Republican ‘Taliban wing.’ ”