She describes the local TEA party in St. Cloud
During the past 20 years it has seemed harder to get bipartisan agreements. When you lose an election, you feel like you lost everything. There may be something dangerous in that.
There is concern that voters are becoming more polarized � coastal elites versus heartland conservatives (TEA Parties) � and there is more homogeneity in both parties. Both parties are losing their �INOs� (Republicans/Democrat in name only) yet, as Gross observed, �common sense isn�t a partisan issue.�
The piece features my fellow St. Cloud bloggers Gary Gross
and Leo Pusateri
, without whose work the local gathering would not have been possible.
Labels: Mrs. S, other people's money, taxes