Answer: This headline: Sticker Shock Jeopardizes President Obama’s Agenda

Posted: June 21, 2010 by datechguy in opinion/news
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Question: What is the surest proof that the tea party moment has been effective?

The left and media have done their best try to marginalize the tea party movement, from words from a former president to the phony “documentary” from Chris Matthews, but the proof in the pudding is in this story:

In a major shift in congressional politics, Democrats have developed a severe case of sticker shock, just as many of their colleagues press to prime the pump of the economy in time for the mid-term congressional elections.

Remember that democrats have not only a 40+ majority in the house but an 18 vote edge of the senate and yet it is they who are on their heels.

A real turn off? I don't think so

David Frum might contend that the tea party is turning off moderates, but if that was the reality then we would not be seeing what we now see in congress. The reality of the tea party movement trumps it all.

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