Friday, February 3, 2012

Nevada tea party

  • And in 2008, there was no such thing as a Tea Party. These days, Nevada is a cauldron of Tea Party activity.
  • (New York Times)
  • Sharron Angle, the former Nevada Republican candidate for the US Senate who lost to Senator Harry Reid (D-NV) in 2010, has announced that she is endorsing Rick Santorum.
  • (Examiner)
  • Republican frontrunner Mitt Romney may seem like a sure bet in Nevada, but caucuses are difficult to poll and the Tea Party remains an X factor The latest polls show Mitt Romney powering towards his second landslide in a row in Saturdays Nevada Republican caucuses.
  • (YAHOO!)
  • Tea party aficionados will pick up the banner for Republican several hours after he endorsed the former Massachusetts governor in Las Vegas in the run-up to the Nevada GOP caucuses on Saturday.
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  • and cap and trade are a perfect fit with our main street Tea Party movement. As the Washington Post explains, neither endorsement is likely to have any significant impact on the Nevada caucuses.
  • (Slate)
  • University of Nevada Las Vegas Political Science Professor David Damore libertarian mythology of politics here and then you clearly have the Tea Party component.
  • (FOX News)
  • With Palin at the top of the GOPs 2012 ticket - she said yesterday she might give it it a shot - the Tea Partys more likely to shoot the GOP in the head, perhaps mistaking it for a moose.
  • (American Reporter)
  • (AP) -- Dont mistake Nevada Gov.
  • (Associated Press)
  • GOP candidate Rick Santorum, however, will be watching from Las Vegas. A Nevada Tea Party-cum-conservatives group run by Sharron Angle's old boosters, T.R.U.N.C.
  • (Las Vegas Sun)

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