Tea Partiers are in an awkward position.
by JP Bill - 12/4/12 12:46 PM
The only people they agree with are themselves, probably some of them don't agree with everything the other party members say.
...Boehner's plan, which was signed by other House Republican leaders including recent vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan, drew a sharp dismissal from Republican Sen. Jim DeMint of South Carolina, a leader of tea party conservatives in Congress.
"Speaker Boehner's $800 billion tax hike will destroy American jobs and allow politicians in Washington to spend even more, while not reducing our $16 trillion debt by a single penny," DeMint said.
They don't want the Democratic plan, they don't want the Republican plan...they don't have enough power to get their own plan through...I guess they sit on the sidelines and stir the pot/complain.